For red-state Democrats to play nice with Trump's Supreme Court picks is to further enshrine two competing governing standards for the parties.
As a rule, very stable geniuses tend not to describe conversations that didn't occur in reality.
Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., and Thomas Suozzi, D-NY, both visited the southern border to witness firsthand the current migrant crisis. Rep. Suozzi also visited a Long Island facility sheltering separated migrant children. Both congressmen join...
Nidhi Kapur is the CEO of Maiden Home, a direct-to-home custom furniture company based in North Carolina. Kapur sits down with Stephanie Ruhle to discuss her company and its place in the current economy.
The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to reconsider its long-standing view that putting someone on trial more than once for the same crime does not violate the Constitution's protection against double jeopardy. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
Some of the country’s biggest companies are under investigation for discrimination. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by New York Times reporters Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Natalie Kitroeff to discuss prejudice against pregnant women and how Anthony Kennedy’s
The markets have already been affected by President Trump’s trade war, but Stephanie Ruhle explains how blue collar workers are now starting to feel the pinch. Weighing in: Vanity Fair special Correspondent Bill Cohan
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement does not only affect his fellow justices, it affects future abortion laws, LGBT and civil rights. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by Root.com Politics Editor Jason Johnson, Washington Post opinion writer
When it comes to the 2016 attack on our elections, Donald Trump continues to suggest officials in Moscow are more reliable than officials in his administration.
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin to hold a summit in Helsinki, Finland, on July 16, according to the White House. Andrea Mitchell joins the discussion.