Whether bringing down the Iron Curtain, facing down the IRA or smashing Britain's political glass ceiling, former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is being remembered as a woman who changed modern politics and the modern world. Read More
Meet the latest winners of our #TDRGoodMorning challenge: Kerry Shea and her "Trivia Mafia Players" group near Utah State University in Logan, Utah.
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Watch a message from Chuck Todd about how to become the next winner of the #TDRGoodMorning Challenge. Read More
Meet the latest winners of our #TDRGoodMorning challenge: The staff at Buzzfeed.com and their paper goatees.
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President Obama is getting some heat for his comments about California Attorney General Kamala Harris, but don't count Los Angeles mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel among his critics. Read More
High drama in the race for high office in the two biggest cities in the country. Read More
A recent report by the Society of Actuaries showed health care costs per person were expected to go up an average of $1,200 a year. Read More
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said he doesn't believe the strict gun rules he helped put into place last month will hurt him in a 2014 re-election bid. Read More
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff (Calif.) and Republican Congressman Luke Messer (Ind.) agreed Monday that a pathway to citizenship for the nation's 11 million undocumented immigrants, and a deal on metrics to measure border security are likely to be the biggest challenges to final passage of immigration reform. Read More
U.S. presidents have been throwing out the first pitch on opening day for more than 100 years. That doesn't mean it always goes as planned. Read More
It may only be the first quarter of 2013, but Capitol Hill has already seen many memorable moments. Read More
It's almost time for round two of “Senate Madness”—our online contest pitting history’s most consequential U.S. senators against one another. Unlike the NCAA tournament, all of our #1 seeds are still in the running. Read More
Rick Santorum is putting himself between former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford and a political comeback. Read More
Meet the latest winners of our #TDRGoodMorning challenge: Tori Balkin from across the pond in London, England.
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James Carville, a longtime Clinton confidant, says he hasn't met a Democrat yet who doesn't want Hillary Clinton to run for president. Read More
Lawmakers, particularly on the Republican side, are finding it hard to square their principles with their politics when it comes to same-sex marriage. Read More
The country usually gets bad grades in this report, but this year it actually showed improvement from a D in 2009. Read More
While millions of sports fans put the finishing touches on their NCAA brackets, The Daily Rundown and the NBC Political Unit are launching our own version of March Madness. We're calling it “Senate Madness"– our online contest pitting history’s most consequential U.S. senators against one another. Read More
The Republican party's post-election report argues, "We need to campaign among Hispanic, black, Asian, and gay Americans and demonstrate we care about them, too." But RNC Chairman Reince Priebus told MSNBC's Luke Russert that doesn't mean a change in the party's belief that marriage is between a man and a woman. Read More
"I think our party needs to have the attitude that, 'if I disagree with you on one issue, it doesn't mean that you're a lousy Republican. It means that you're a good Republican. It means that we agree on most issues, and it means that we need to unite our Party,'" he said. Read More