Rev. Al discusses the case of A.J. Burgess, a two-year-old boy in dire need of a kidney. His father was prevented from donating by the hospital because of a probation violation. The Burgess family joins.
Are even die-hard Donald Trump supporters fleeing the president? Joy Reid and her panel discuss his eroding base, according to new poll numbers.
Joy Reid debunks the Uranium One fake news story, a GOP talking point proven false, but reintroduced as a reason to investigate Hillary Clinton, as her panel discusses more apparent conservative disinformation.
As Puerto Rico recovers, its governor and the mayor of San Juan call for the cancellation of Whitefish Energy’s $300 million power grid contract. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the controversy over how it was awarded.
Former senior Clinton advisor Joel Benenson responds to allegations of impropriety with the Clinton campaign's newly revealed role in funding the infamous Trump-Russia dossier.
President Trump's lawyer Ty Cobb has asserted that the president's web-based accusations of Russian collusion with Clinton and the Democrats are not reactions to the coming indictment. Rep. Ted lieu calls that a lie.
President Trump's administration denies his weekend tweet-storm is in any way connected to news of Mueller's impending indictment. White collar crime expert Samuel Buell looks at the possible implications.
Natasha Bertrand discusses why she thinks Michael Flynn or Paul Manafort, both at one point senior Trump aides, may be the subject of Bob Mueller's sealed indictment.
Republicans have endeavored to pass a sweeping package of tax cuts before the holidays. GOP Congressman John Faso explains why he voted against his party's budget, a precursor to the tax plan.
Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman recommended articles of impeachment against president Nixon. In Trump's reaction to the Russia probe, she sees uncanny similarities.