After tireless advocacy by protesters and Jimmy Kimmel, Republicans gave up on their latest attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare – and President Donald Trump again attacked members of his own party.
The Steve Bannon-backed candidate for Alabama's GOP Senate nomination has defeated the Donald Trump-backed incumbent in what might be just the first round of Bannon's battle against the GOP. Mike Murphy, Jason Johnson and Ron Klain join Lawrence O...
Sam Stein, politics editor for The Daily Beast, talks with Rachel Maddow about a newly discovered example of apparent special access to White House officials given to a donor to Donald Trump's inauguration fund.
Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz of Puerto Rico's capital city, San Juan, talks with Rachel Maddow about the desperate situation in her city and in Puerto Rico broadly, and expresses her frustration with an administration that is slow to deploy eager helpers.
Rachel Maddow reports breaking news from the AP that Roy Moore has defeated Donald Trump's chosen candidate Luther Strange in the Alabama Republican run-off primary election.
Congressman Adam Schiff, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the investigation into Russia's use of social media to interfere in the American democratic process is advancing.
Rachel Maddow reports on expectations that special counsel Robert Mueller will interview White House staff this week in the Trump Russia scandal, and notes how crowded the timeline since 2016 has become with known events.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price reportedly took at least 26 charter jets in just the past four months, at least twice going to locations where he owns property.
Rep. Eric Swalwell tells Chris Hayes that the House Intelligence Committee might need to bring Trump confidant Roger Stone back to testify further, following his appearance for a private session.
At least six of Donald Trump's advisors in the White House have used private email accounts to talk about government business, according to the New York Times.
Donald Trump is bored with the day to day business of being president, says Chris Hayes, instead spending time attacking black athletes for protesting.
President Trump had a chance today to tamp this fire down. He could have said that the athletes protesting police conduct are entitled to their views, entitled to express them. But he didn’t.