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MSNBC Premiered Aug 07, 2007 Between Seasons

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  • 2008 Presidential Debates
    • Democratic Presidential Debate (Cleveland, Ohio)
      Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama face off in Cleveland on MSNBC TV before crucial contests in Ohio and Texas.
    • Republican Presidential Debate (Boca Raton, FL)
      For Republican presidential contenders John McCain and Mitt Romney, Thursday's debate on MSNBC, from Boca Raton, presented a chance to step out smartly in the struggle for victory in next week's Florida primary.
    • Democratic Presidential Debate (Las Vegas, NV)
      The debate in Las Vegas, which was televised by MSNBC and streamed live on msnbc.com, took place without Rep. Dennis Kucinich. Instead, only the three leading candidates - Clinton, of New York; Obama, of Illinois; and Edwards, of North Carolina - fielded questions from the moderators, Brian Williams, Tim Russert and Natalie Morales of NBC News.moreless
    • Democratic Presidential Debate (Philadelphia, PA)
      Hillary Clinton's rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination attack her in the latest debate from Philadelphia, PA. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports.
    • Republican Presidential Debate (Dearborn,Michigan)
      Republican presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani clashed over tax and spending cuts Tuesday, each claiming greater commitment than the other in a debate in Dearborn, Michigan.
    • Democratic Presidential Debate (Dartmouth College)
      The leading Democratic White House hopefuls conceded Wednesday night in a debate that they cannot guarantee to pull all U.S. combat troops from Iraq by the end of the next presidential term in 2013. From Dartmouth College.
    • AFL-CIO Democratic Forum
      8/7/07
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      At an outdoor debate before 15,000 union activists, New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton took barbs for her ties to lobbyists and Wall Street. The 90-minute debate, held at Soldier Field, was sponsored by the AFL-CIO. It was televised on MSNBC and moderated by Keith Olbermann.