Most talked about MSNBC stories

Rand Paul makes his case on foreign policy

msnbc.com — Threading the needle between his noninterventionist roots and the GOP's hawkish center, Rand Paul laid out what he called a "foreign policy that recognizes our limits and preserves our might" in a speech in New York on Thursday.
Oct 23, 2014

Honestly have no idea what Rand Paul’s latest speech on foreign policy means. on.msnbc.com/1t7DpkX

Oct 23, 2014

RT @BenjySarlin: Rand Paul's speech tonight made clear he isn't abandoning his noninterventionist roots for 2016: msnbc.com/msnbc/rand-pau…

Oct 23, 2014

Rand Paul's speech tonight made clear he isn't abandoning his noninterventionist roots for 2016: msnbc.com/msnbc/rand-pau…

LIVE VIDEO: New York officials discuss Ebola

nbcnews.com — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor, Bill de Blasio provide an update on the condition of an Ebola patient at Bellevue Hospital

NYC doctor tests positive for Ebola

nbcnews.com — Chris Hayes reports breaking news that Dr. Craig Spencer, a New York City doctor who was in Africa, has tested positive for Ebola.
Oct 23, 2014

RT @msnbc: Dr. Craig Spencer, a New York City doctor who was in Africa, has tested positive for Ebola: on.msnbc.com/1vVAXih pic.twitter.com/AkRzaERDDT

Oct 23, 2014

RT @msnbc: Dr. Craig Spencer, a New York City doctor who was in Africa, has tested positive for Ebola: on.msnbc.com/1vVAXih pic.twitter.com/AkRzaERDDT

$100 million donated to help stop Ebola crisis

msnbc.com — A Connecticut family of six was quarantined after traveling in West Africa, West Haven Mayor Edward O'Brien said late Wednesday. They don't have any symptoms of Ebola, NBC News reported, but under the executive orders signed by Connecticut Gov.

Cotton helps disseminate ISIS propaganda

msnbc.com — It's been alarming to see so many Republicans use ISIS propaganda in their campaign ads. But Rep. Tom Cotton (R), the frontrunner in Arkansas' U.S. Senate race, appears to have taken the tactic to a whole new level.
Oct 23, 2014

Republican senate candidate's beyond-cynical use of ISIS propaganda. Sadly it appears to be working. msnbc.com/rachel-maddow-…

Oct 23, 2014

If Tom Cotton's decision to disseminate ISIS propaganda doesn't count as "disqualifying," what does? on.msnbc.com/1rrKeID #arsen

Oct 23, 2014

"Deliberately putting terrorists’ propaganda on the air, on purpose, to advance his personal ambitions" goo.gl/SBSHdl

The effect of leaks in the Ferguson grand jury

nbcnews.com — Chris Hayes talks to a newspaper editor who was offered leaks pertaining to the grand jury but refused them.

Don Young digs deeper, blames suicide on public benefits

msnbc.com — As we discussed yesterday, Rep. Don Young (R) recently spoke at an Alaska high school, less than a week after a student had committed suicide, and managed to offend nearly everyone. Yesterday, he managed to make matters much worse.
Oct 23, 2014

Bullshazzle! MT @chrisgeidner: Don Young: Suicide is either because you have bad/no friends OR because, government: on.msnbc.com/1sdcU84

Oct 23, 2014

Rep. Don Young keeps going: Suicide is either because you have bad/no friends OR because, government: on.msnbc.com/1sdcU84

Oct 23, 2014

After his suicide & bull-sex remarks, Rep. Don Young (R-AK) couldn't make things worse. Wait, actually he could on.msnbc.com/1rrv9qe

New York 'as ready as one could be': Cuomo on Ebola case

nbcnews.com — New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Dr. Mary Bassett, NYC Health Department commissioner, and other health officials discuss the Ebola patient being treated in New York City and the extent of the city's preparation and resources.
Oct 23, 2014

RT @msnbc: "I would get on the subway tomorrow," says Acting NY Commissioner of Health on Ebola in NYC on.msnbc.com/1sfpzri pic.twitter.com/UV5wR4Vomp

NYC Ebola case met with prepared response

nbcnews.com — Dr. Stephen Morse, professor of Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, talks with Rachel Maddow about the extent to which New York City is prepared to handle an Ebola case and what protocols are being followed.

The midterm money race

nbcnews.com — What would you do with a 100 million dollars? Would you spend it all on one senate race in North Carolina?
Oct 23, 2014

We should demand 25% of the ridiculous amounts of money spent on campaigns goes to education. msnbc.com/the-cycle/watc… pic.twitter.com/B5J8dbZ9Yf