This isn’t the first time we’ve witnessed promising rap careers being decimated by a RICO indictment.
This is a good time for Democrats to focus on other Latino groups in Florida.
A new report offers an enraging look at the fundamentally fraudulent — and sometimes deadly — nature of Trump-style “populism.”
A new study from FAIR Health found over 75 percent of long Covid sufferers weren’t hospitalized when they were initially diagnosed with the disease.
Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff says the Jan. 6 Select Committee doesn’t need to reach out to the wife of Supreme Court Clarence Thomas despite emails and text messages showing she tried to overturn the 2020 election. “For some reason, [Ginni Thomas] is being treated in a more deferential way than people who are even as politically powerful as Kevin McCarthy,” explains Politico National Correspondent Betsy Woodruff Swan. She joined former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks to discuss whether
Former Republican Tara Setmayer says "This is not your grandfather's Republican party anymore" as she, Joe Walsh, Miles Taylor and Michael Steele discuss the future of a Republican Party that has been overtaken by far-right extremists.
A shipment of infant formula has arrived to the U.S. from Germany amid the ongoing formula shortage. But some experts say more needs to be done for parents. They joined American Voices to discuss some long-term solutions.
It’s hard not to see a connection between Cawthorn getting on the wrong side of his own party and the sudden emergence of leaks meant to embarrass him.
Back in March, officials from the U.S.
The defeated congressman says his new "mission" will target “cowardly and weak” Republicans. This is very likely to get ugly.
After Donald Trump lost, Ginni Thomas sure was busy. She found time, however, to give some Republican state lawmakers demonstrably ridiculous advice.
A judge in Michigan suspended a 1931 law that would have made abortion immediately illegal in the state if and when Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Accused of leading a Capitol tour the day before the Jan. 6 attack, Rep. Barry Loudermilk responded with new information he failed to share for 16 months.
It wasn't just Donald Trump's lawyers and operatives who tried to overturn his 2020 defeat. The former president himself was directly involved, too.
CPAC is hosting a major event in Hungary, where authoritarian leader Viktor Orbán is speaking alongside several Republicans, including Mark Meadows.
Former President George W. Bush accidentally said Iraq instead of Ukraine when referring to Putin's "wholly unjustified and brutal invasion."
Mehdi Hasan looks at how religious extremists in the Christian nationalist movement have cast Donald Trump as a messianic figure and threaten to make democracy secondary to empowering Donald Trump as an expression of divine will.
Prosecutors are accusing Trump ally Thomas Barrack of seeking money from the UAE for investments while lobbying for them. Casino mogul Steve Wynn also faces accusations from the Department of Justice for lobbying Trump on behalf of China. MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports the latest on their legal woes.
Ahead of the January 6 committee’s public hearings, former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner joins MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell to discuss the committee’s newly obtained official White House photographs. Glenn Kirschner says after the public sees the committee’s evidence, the “only next reasonable step” is for Donald Trump to be indicted for his crimes.
It has been six days since the horrific, racist shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York. On Thursday the families of the victims held an emotional press conference with attorney Ben Crump and Rev. Al Sharpton. Joy Reid and Bishop William Barber discuss.
David Perdue has been Trump’s ride or die since even before they both lost statewide in Georgia in 2020. But just days before the GOP primary for governor of Georgia, it seems like Trump is hanging his old buddy out to dry.
CDC warns of monkeypox. Here’s how it spreads.
Health officials are warning of a new possible rare disease outbreak called monkeypox. After dozens of cases have been reported globally, the first U.S. case showed up in Massachusetts and a possible case is being investigated in New York City. Dr. Kavita Patel explains how the virus spreads.
Washington Post congressional investigations reporter Jackie Alemany, former U.S. attorney Harry Litman, and editor-at-large of the Bulwark Charlies Sykes react to the January 6th committee requesting testimony from Rep. Loudermilk over a January 5th tour of the Capitol
Power over bodies has a long history that is inclusive of racism, classism and ableism. We need to change the way we talk about abortion rights.
The WNBA has a decal in tribute to Griner on every court and is donating to Griner’s charitable foundation.