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The biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable.

301 Episodes

GOP rep invokes Proud Boys at Trump trial: 'Standing back and standing by'

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Published: 17 May 2024

Bible-loving Mike Johnson attends Trump 'porn star mistress' trial

Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Tim O’Brien, Olivia Nuzzi, Andrew Rice, Anna Bower, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Mike Hixenbaugh The red tie brigade comes to court. How Trump's trial turned into a VP audition. And is Trump using his surrogates to violate his gag order? Tonight: the ramifications for the defendant. And what could happen in court tomorrow. Then, President Biden and Donald Trump come to terms—but will the debates ever actually happen? And there's good news on the inflation front for Bidenomics.

Transcribed - Published: 16 May 2024

‘Nothing’: Maddow says Trump lawyers ‘didn’t bring it’ for Cohen cross-examination

Chris Hayes, Alex Wagner and Lawrence O’Donnell, Rachel Maddow and more discuss the second day of Michael Cohen's testimony in the Trump criminal trial during MSNBC's special coverage.

Transcribed - Published: 15 May 2024

Trump reads positive press clippings about himself to bide time during trial

Guests: Kristy Greenberg, Suzanne Criag, Phillip Hamilton, Lisa Friedman, Michelle Goldberg Donald Trump's fixer will take the stand. Tonight: what we learned from witnesses in court today—and why it's all a prelude to the key witness. Then, a wild story Trump corruption hiding in plain sight. And about that "No Going Back” book tour...the crucial takeaway about the media, Kristi Noem, and the dog she killed.

Transcribed - Published: 11 May 2024

Trump's 'nuts and sluts defense' against Stormy Daniels backfires

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Harry Litman, Amanda Carpenter, Luis A. Miranda, Jr. Donald Trump's attorneys mock and shame Stormy Daniels—and the people's witness apparently holds her own. Tonight: the wild cross examination of the woman at the center of the cover-up and the two big rulings that caused the defendant to storm off. Plus, is a sitting Republican Senator helping skirt the judge's gag order?

Transcribed - Published: 10 May 2024

Marjorie Taylor Greene fails to oust Speaker Mike Johnson; Trump weighs in too late

Guests: Andrew Weissmann, Mary McCord, Sahil Kapur, Ben Rhodes Judge Cannon delays the classified document trial indefinitely. Tonight: the failure of the courts to hold Donald Trump accountable. Then, President Biden heads to Wisconsin to troll his rival's Foxconn failure. And a major embarrassment for Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Transcribed - Published: 9 May 2024

‘Jump scare’: Stormy Daniels testifies about sexual encounter with Trump

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Harry Litman, Jen Psaki, Hala Gorani Stormy Daniels takes the stand and tells the jury what happened with Donald Trump—and how she was paid for her silence. Tonight: the impact of her testimony on the case. Lisa Rubin and Harry Litman watched it all happen and join live tonight. Then: with one candidate in a courtroom and the other on the campaign trail, how are the polls this tight?

Transcribed - Published: 8 May 2024

Hope Hicks ‘drops a bomb’ during Trump trial: ‘Nail in the coffin moment’

Guests: Kristy Greenberg, Olivia Nuzzi, Catherine Christian, Tara Setmayer, Timothy Noah, Eric Cortellessa The People call Hope Hicks to the witness stand. Tonight: gripping testimony from a Trump insider on the Trump campaign's attempt to catch and kill. And what the jury heard about campaign panic over the Access Hollywood tape. Then, new reporting on how to project a second trump term—and how to predict Trump's second pick for VP.

Transcribed - Published: 4 May 2024

An oral history of how exactly Trump killed Roe v. Wade

Guests: Florida Rep. Anna Eskamani, Michelle Goldberg, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Rebecca Roiphe Tonight: our special report on the man who killed Roe v. Wade. Then, Congressman Jamie Raskin a potential nightmare brewing in the Supreme Court. And as protests over Israel and Gaza disrupt colleges nationwide, what's getting lost in the way it's all being covered.

Transcribed - Published: 2 May 2024

Trump back in court for 2nd week of testimony in criminal trial

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Harry Litman, Judge LaDoris Cordell, McKay Coppins, Andrew Marantz Tonight: the judge hands down his penalty for violations of the gag order. And what we learned from the man brokering the deal between Stormy Daniels and Donald Trump. Then, the chilling plan for a second term, in Trump's own words. Plus, what we know about what's driving the campus protests nationwide. And the latest installment in our ongoing series: Are You Better Off?

Transcribed - Published: 1 May 2024

Day 8 of the Trump criminal trial: 3 witnesses take the stand

Guests: Harry Litman, Kristy Greenberg, Diane Kiesel, Phillip Hamilton, Jamelle Bouie, Jelani Cobb The election conspiracy trial continues and a new witness takes the stand. Tonight: what we learned from day 3 of David Pecker and the next two witnesses. Then, as Supreme Court mulls absolute immunity for a coup, why Donald Trump's own impeachment lawyer knew better. Plus, the latest on the campus protests.

Transcribed - Published: 27 April 2024

WaPo: Meadows, Giuliani and other Trump allies indicted over Arizona 2020 election

Guests: Vaughn Hillyard, Richard Painter, Mary McCord, Tom Joscelyn, Harry Litman, Dr. Dana Kass Brand new indictments in Arizona. 18 people charged in a fraudulent scheme to steal the election including fake electors, and Donald Trump named as unindicted co-conspirator. Then, sitting tight in New York as the high court awaits, will Donald Trump face trial for his attempted coup? And what's at stake for the Supreme Court. Then, today’s hearing on abortion rights in post-roe America. Plus, as the campus protests over Israel and Gaza grow, the president signs foreign assistance into law.

Transcribed - Published: 25 April 2024

Trump trial witness details secret 2015 meeting with Trump

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Transcribed - Published: 24 April 2024

Inside Trump’s courtroom nightmare: ‘He has no power in there’

Guests: Olivia Nuzzi, Kristy Greenberg, Diane Kiesel, Phillip Hamilton, David Jolly, Alencia Johnson The full jury is set and there’s three more sleeps before opening statements in the trial of Donald Trump. Tonight: a last ditch effort to delay is denied, a barrage of rulings from the courthouse—including which prior bad acts can be used at trial. Then, the historic vote in the House, marking a major defeat for both Donald Trump & Vladimir Putin. And 200 days from Election Day, real evidence that America's re-acquaintance with Donald Trump is going well for President Biden.

Transcribed - Published: 20 April 2024

‘Pure thuggery’: Trump juror dismissed after ‘MAGA intimidation machine’ targets her

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Michelle Goldberg, Charles Coleman, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Secy. Jennifer Granhom Fox News and the criminal defendant go after the jury. Tonight: how the court is dealing with Trump's juror intimidation. Then, a major Republican beef bursts out on the House floor: how the MAGA mess just keeps getting messier. And as the Biden campaign gets a Kennedy family endorsement, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on the high stakes of this presidential election.

Transcribed - Published: 19 April 2024

‘Dumb as f---’: Trump forced to hear mean tweets about himself in court

Guests: Olivia Nuzzi, Elizabeth Spiers, Rep. Robert Garcia, DeRay McKesson, Avishay Ben-Sasson-Gordis, Ben Rhodes Jury selection week in New York versus infrastructure week in Pennsylvania. Tonight: the twists and tweets inside Donald Trump's criminal trial. Then, inside the MAGA revolt during today's sham impeachment. Plus, new alarm over the conservative court's take on Jan. 6 charges. And another painful answer to the question the Trump campaign just keeps asking.

Transcribed - Published: 18 April 2024

Judge scolds Trump for ‘intimidating’ potential jurors on Day 2 of New York trial

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Catherine Christian, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Drew Harwell, Sahil Kapur Free range Donald Trump meets no nonsense criminal court. Tonight: the second day of jury selection in a trial about so much more than hush money. Meanwhile on the campaign trail, Senator Elizabeth Warren on the stakes of Biden versus Trump. Plus, guess who's losing money as the Trump stock craters? And why Republicans are openly calling on their own speaker to resign.

Transcribed - Published: 17 April 2024

'Gentleman's Big Lie': Hayes rips MAGA attempt to sanitize stolen election lies

Guests: Michael Fanone, Barbara McQuade, Charles Coleman, Olivia Nuzzi, David Milliband The Republican nominee unveils a mutation of the big lie. Then, the final approach for the New York criminal trial. Plus, the surreal consensus on who's to blame for the Trump abortion bans. And how the 2024 presidential election has somehow become a referendum on an Alex Jones conspiracy theory.

Transcribed - Published: 13 April 2024

Stormy on the stand? Trump hush money trial witness list revealed

Guests: Danya Perry, Diane Kiesel, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Joy Reid Four days from the scheduled start, the Trump trial witness list is revealed—with a few surprises. Then, the dystopic origins of Arizona's new abortion law as Republican panic sets in. And looking back at one of the most important cultural moments of the 20th century in the wake of the death of O.J. Simpson.

Transcribed - Published: 12 April 2024

Republicans resort to lying about abortion stance after Arizona ban

Guests: Rep. Ruben Gallego, Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Bernie Sanders Republicans warm up the bus for reproductive rights. Tonight: why the people who created the nightmare can't escape responsibility. Plus, Donald Trump's money man reports to Rikers as the latest stall tactic for his own criminal trial fails. And Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi on what the collapse of the MAGA House means for the country.

Transcribed - Published: 11 April 2024

Trump ‘petrified’ of prison as he loses 10th bid to delay hush money trial

Guests: Catherine Christian, Lisa Rubin, Eric Lipton, Kris Mayes, Mary McCord A last ditch attempt to delay trial fails. Tonight: six days from the people v. Donald Trump, why the New York charges have a chance to stick. Then, alarming new reporting on a grifting First Family not named Biden. And Arizona's attorney general on the new abortion ban in her state.

Transcribed - Published: 10 April 2024

Unprecedented: Jack Smith battle with Trump-appointed judge escalates

Guests: Neal Katyal, Mary McCord, Sen. Peter Welch, John Podesta A new ruling from Trump's Florida judge and a quandary for the special counsel. Tonight: the slow-walking on the documents case and the dwindling options for Jack Smith. Then: Why a sub-prime auto lender from California put up Trump's $175 million bond. What does he get in return? Plus, new pressure on Israel that might actually be working.

Transcribed - Published: 5 April 2024

‘Ludicrous’: Trump judge's 'Alice in Wonderland' order scorched by Jack Smith

Guests: Harry Litman, Kristy Greenberg, Ron Klain, Sen. Chris Murphy, Maria Hinajosa An outrageous move by Judge Cannon—and a swift response from Jack Smith. Tonight: what it all means for the classified documents case in Florida as Trump suffers a setback on his claim of broad immunity in Manhattan. Then: the stark difference between Biden and Trump on appealing to voters. Former White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain joins on that. And tensions rising between the U.S. and Israel after the attack that killed 7 aid workers in Gaza.

Transcribed - Published: 4 April 2024

Trump teeters on brink of violating gag order: ‘He knows what’s he’s doing’

Guests: Jeremy Konyndyk, Noga Tarnopolsky, Wendy Sherman, Lisa Rubin, Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, Michael Bender Outrage and anger after an Israeli military strike kills aid workers in Gaza. Tonight: the fallout from the attack, the threat of regional escalation, and renewed pressure on Israel's biggest ally. Then: a new gag order against Donald Trump as he takes his legal grievances on the campaign trail. And election night in America as Biden embraces choice and Trump embraces church.

Transcribed - Published: 3 April 2024

The Supreme Court just ‘tipped the scales’ for House Republicans

Guests: Rick Hasen, Adriel Cepeda Derieux, Judge LaDoris Cordell, State Sen. Mallory McMorrow, Tim Miller The ex-president keeps attacking his judge's family as delay from the highest court takes its toll. Tonight: the Trump attacks and the latest evidence the Supreme Court is letting him run out the clock. Then, new data on the Republican electorate still voting against Trump in a primary election that's already over—even as elite, billionaire donors return to the Trump camp.

Transcribed - Published: 30 March 2024

Rachel Maddow on the unlikely institution holding Trump’s coup plotters to account

Guests: Rachel Maddow, Pete Buttigieg, Jena Griswold, Janti Soeripto Actual justice for an infamous January 6 plotter. Tonight: Rachel Maddow on what happens when the Big Lie meets criminal justice system and the growing pressure on the Supreme Court. Then, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold on the alarming increase in threats after her state's effort to remove Trump from the ballot. And Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on the federal response in Baltimore—and the federal push to rebuild the bridge.

Transcribed - Published: 29 March 2024

Trump RNC's question for new hires: Was the 2020 election stolen?

Guests: Jared Davidson, Stephen Richer, Heather Williams, Robert Gibbs, Jen Palmieri A new litmus test for the RNC as an election losing election denier finally gives up the game. Tonight: Why Kari Lake admitted to defamation—with the Republican state official who brought the lawsuit. Then, the incredible upset victory for Democrats in Alabama. And just when you thought you were spending too much on groceries, a special report on what Donald Trump's plan for tariffs would mean for you.

Transcribed - Published: 28 March 2024

'Trump Bibles': Former president is selling 'God Bless the USA' bibles in latest cash grab

Guests: Jesse Eisinger, Lisa Rubin, Melissa Murray, Elie Mystal Grift mode for the presumptive Republican nominee. What today's Trump IPO means for his desperate search for cash. Then: days away from his first criminal trial, why Donald Trump was just gagged by the judge. And what happened when the latest Republican effort to eliminate abortion reached the Supreme Court.

Transcribed - Published: 27 March 2024

Another GOP rep quits rather than deal with Republican ‘toxic dysfunction'

Guests: Julia Ioffe, Mikhail Zygar, Adam Reiss, Sahil Kapur, Jamelle Bouie Gunfire, bombs and dozens killed in a massive attack on a Moscow concert hall. Tonight: what we know about what happened, who is responsible, and the American warning before it happened. Then, with three days to pay, did Donald Trump find a path to half a billion? Who will Donald Trump owe if he makes his Monday deadline? And inside the latest calamitous collapse of the MAGA circus tent.

Transcribed - Published: 23 March 2024

‘Vulnerable and desperate’: Trump running out of time to post $454 fraud bond

Guests: David Cay Johnston, Cornell Belcher, Tim Miller, Sen. Sherrod Brown, Michelle Goldberg He still has a structured penalty and he needs cash now! Tonight: New court-ordered restrictions on how Trump can pay his half-billion dollar fine. Then, don't look now: new polling on what sure looks like a Biden bump. Plus, Sen. Sherrod Brown on the big money lining up to remove him from the Senate. And what Trump's support for a national abortion ban means for women and the election.

Transcribed - Published: 22 March 2024

‘Panic’: Trump has ‘buddies beg for money’ amid desperate search for $464M

Guests: Susanne Craig, Rep. Jamie Raskin, John Hudson, Peter Beinart Five days to find a half a billion in cash. Tonight: as the New York AG threatens to seize buildings, new reports of desperation and rage as time is running out for Trump to pay up. Then, Congressman Jamie Raskin on turning the tables at today's "impeachment" hearing. Plus, the latest on the desperation in Gaza as Republicans host Netanyahu. And our series continues: Are you better off now than you were four years ago?

Transcribed - Published: 21 March 2024

Drowning: New details on Trump's ‘absolutely desperate' finances

Guests: Steve Kornacki, David Pepper, Shelby Talcott, Harry Litman The big vote in Ohio as the top of the ticket runs out of cash. Tonight: The first results from a crucial Senate primary and the danger of a nominee desperate for money. Then, Trump lawyers release their Supreme Court argument for absolute immunity as the indicted frontrunner turns his attempted coup into a campaign cornerstone.

Transcribed - Published: 20 March 2024

Trump VP contenders compete for who can 'debase themselves most intensely'

Guests: Amanda Carpenter, David Jolly, Catherine Christian, Charles Coleman, Sen. Chris Van Hollen, David Wallace Wells A stunning rebuke from Trump's first running mate as the current Veepstakes goes dental. Tonight: the unbelievable importance of Trump's running mate. Then, the delay in Trump's New York criminal trial becomes official. And why the White House is now openly calling for the MAGA Congress to give up on impeachment.

Transcribed - Published: 16 March 2024

‘Tortured legal logic’: Trump dealt blow over bid to dismiss stolen docs case

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Temidayo Aganga-Williams, Michelle Goldberg, Mondaire Jones, Mini Timmaraju Tonight: The criminal defendant candidate appears before the judge he appointed. What today's hearing means for the Trump trials. Then, how a MAGA delusion is officially taking hold at the RNC. And as Republicans keep threatening reproductive rights across the country, a historic show of support for women in the form of a Planned Parenthood visit.

Transcribed - Published: 15 March 2024

'Name your price': Trump TikTok flip-flop shows he’s ‘for sale’

Guests: Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, Katie Phang, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Sen. Bernie Sanders A TikTok flip-flop for the ages. Tonight: The TikTok vote and the major, flashing warning signs of a cash-strapped candidate. Then, what the dismissed felony counts means for defendant Trump in Georgia. And the rebirth of a decades-old campaign trope and the very painful answer to the Trump campaign's question.

Transcribed - Published: 14 March 2024

Trump loyalists purge RNC staff following MAGA takeover

Guests: Steve Kornacki, Sarah Longwell, Cornell Belcher, Jamelle Bouie, Sen. Chris Murphy Another big primary night. Tonight: Votes across the country and Joe Biden's case that his arrow is pointed up. Then, the unprecedented cash grab and hollowing out of a major American political party. And Senator Chris Murphy on the Republican frontrunner's infatuation with strong men.

Transcribed - Published: 13 March 2024

Republicans react to Katie Britt’s SOTU response

Guests: Jon Favreau, Tim Miller, Alexis McGill Johnson, Ben Rhodes The Biden speech defies expectations and Democrats drive home the contrasts. Tonight: the evidence that the incumbent is on the right path. Plus, why even MAGA-world is befuddled by the Republican response. And why the president's Supreme confrontation could be an even bigger deal than it looks.

Transcribed - Published: 9 March 2024

Maddow: This election is a choice ‘between having a democracy and not’

Guests: Rachel Maddow, Alex Wagner, Steve Kornacki, Jen Psaki, Claire McCaskill, Rep. Ruben Gallego The general election has begun. Donald Trump running unopposed against President Biden. Tonight: Rachel Maddow and Alex Wagner join on Biden's chances against candidate Trump as Republicans try to erase the memory of his disastrous presidency. Then, Steve Kornacki at the Big Board on who will decide this election. And Jen Psaki and Claire McCaskill on what's at stake. Plus, Rep. Ruben Gallego joins me for his first national TV interview since Senator Sinema dropped out.

Transcribed - Published: 7 March 2024

SCOTUS torn on 'shooting device so horrifying even Trump wanted it banned'

Guests: Neal Katyal, Katie Phang, Rep. Katie Porter, McKay Coppins, Tom Schaller The hearing that could derail Trump's prosecution in Georgia as the indicted ex-president tries to delay his documents trial. Tonight: Florida, Fulton County, and what it all means for the election timeline. Then, how the Republican frontrunner is effectively mulling a nationwide abortion ban. And is the United States Supreme Court so extreme that they're about to end a Trump-era gun safety law?

Transcribed - Published: 2 March 2024

Renewed calls for Supreme Court to act quickly on Trump case

Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi, Janti Soeripto A day after delaying justice for Trump, the historic proof that a quick decision the Supreme Court is possible. Then, Nancy Pelosi on the wildly unpopular MAGA push to eliminate reproductive rights. And gunfire, a stampede, and over 100 killed—the latest on the nightmare unfolding in Gaza.

Transcribed - Published: 1 March 2024

Coup trial delay reveals Supreme Court ‘in cahoots’ with Trump

The Supreme Court will take Donald Trump's immunity case. Tonight: Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O'Donnell on the Supreme Court, their delayed decision—and what it means for justice. Plus, Lisa Rubin and Kristy Greenburg on how we got here. And David Plouffe on the new political reality for an electorate that has stopped Trump before.

Transcribed - Published: 29 February 2024

Haley, Trump make final push to win over South Carolina voters

Guests: Maya King, Margie Omero, Cornell Belcher, Alexander Vindman, Saul Anuzis, Lisa Rubin, Katie Phang, Donna Edwards, David Jolly Tonight: the state of the race ahead of the South Carolina primary. Plus, how critics of Trump are already preparing for the threat of retribution. Then, an in-depth look at the debacle unfolding across the country in state Republican Parties. And how the world record holder in fork-bending and straitjacket escapes ended up making a fake Biden robocall with artificial intelligence.

Transcribed - Published: 24 February 2024

‘Atrocious investment’: Trump RNC takeover ripped by ex-chairman

Guests: Sabrina Siddiqui, McKay Coppins, Lucy Caldwell, Carlos Curbelo, Dexter Filkins, Heidi Przybyla, Tara Setmayer, Angelo Carusone Tonight: How the star witness for the Republican impeachment effort ended up back behind bars after claiming he got the Biden misinformation from Russian intelligence. Then, the two men who want to remake the Republican House—and their very different ideas of what that will look like. Plus, how Republicans are scrambling to reassure voters after Alabama endangers access to fertility treatment. And the Republican plan to win the next election with a can of gold spray paint and some sneakers.

Transcribed - Published: 23 February 2024

Trump dealt massive financial blow with $450M verdict

Guests: Lisa Rubin, Charles Coleman, Andrea Bernstein, Mikhail Zygar, Rep. Mike Quigley Donald Trump loses big in court. A New York Judge says Trump's fraud "shock(s) the conscience.” The Republican frontrunner hit with crippling financial constraints. Tonight: How a lifetime of fraud finally caught up to Donald Trump. Then, the man leading the Russian resistance to Vladimir Putin dies in a Siberian prison.

Transcribed - Published: 17 February 2024

‘Spectacular embarrassment’: GOP's ‘informant’ charged with lying about Hunter Biden

Guests: Ryan Reilly, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Katie Phang, Melissa Redmon, Michael Steele, Trymaine Lee The FBI informant Republicans hoped would take down Joe Biden is arrested. Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on the spectacular collapse of a MAGA attack. Then, what today's Fani Willis hearing means for the prosecution of Donald Trump in Georgia. Plus, the indicted frontrunner's push to install his family at the RNC so he can siphon campaign cash to pay criminal attorneys.

Transcribed - Published: 16 February 2024

Special preview of Into America presents: Uncounted Millions

In a new Black History Month series, MSNBC’s Trymaine Lee discovers a surprising story on reparations that could shift the way this key debate is understood across the country.

Transcribed - Published: 15 February 2024

'Losing streak': GOP refuses to learn lessons from ‘crushing’ election losses

Guests: Jason Kander, Harry Litman, Michelle Goldberg, Rep. Grace Meng A Super Bowl celebration ends in mass gun violence. Tonight: What we know about what happened in Kansas City. Then: Jack Smith asks the Supreme Court to hurry up. Tonight's filing from the special counsel to try and end Trump delay tactics. And as George Santos taunts the MAGA Congress that ejected him, new signs Republicans aren't learning lessons from their losing ways.

Transcribed - Published: 15 February 2024

All eyes on high-stakes NY special election

Guests: Steve Kornacki, Sahil Kapur, Jennifer Palmieri, Leah Litman, Jamelle Bouie, Rep. Dan Goldman Republicans take another run at impeachment as New York votes to replace a disgraced MAGA member. Tonight: what we know about the fate of impeachment and the MAGA House. Then, how Jack Smith is responding to Trump's latest attempt to delay his trial. And how Vladimir Putin's greatest investment keeps paying dividends as Republicans vow to block Ukraine aid on the orders of Donald Trump.

Transcribed - Published: 14 February 2024

Santos sequel? Republican candidate in NY-3 special election raises eyebrows

Guests: Mark Joseph Stern, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Marisa Kabas, Tommy Vietor Donald Trump's favorite judge does it again. Tonight: the dark implications from latest slow walking in the stolen documents case. Then, is the district that was duped by the George Santos about to make a similar mistake? And why Fox News is sprinting away from their own anti-migrant fearmongering.

Transcribed - Published: 10 February 2024

Into America presents: Uncounted Millions

What if Black Americans had been compensated for slavery? Into America follows the untold story of one of the only Black men who ever was.

Transcribed - Published: 8 February 2024

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