Trump World says a massive corporate tax cut would lead CEOs to make new capital investments. CEOs apparently disagree.
During his hearing Tuesday, AG Sessions was questioned about diversity at the State Department. And President Trump has nominated 480 people so far in his presidency and 80 percent are men, according to a Daily Beast report. Former U.S. Attorney Joyce...
How Moore and his allies are responding to these circumstances says a great deal about him and the kind of message he believes will resonate with Alabama voters
While more GOP leadership calls for Senate candidate Roy Moore to step down from his race, potential voters in Alabama remain conflicted over their choice. Vaughn Hillyard joins the discussion.
It's like a Republican caricature: a bill that cuts taxes for the rich, raises taxes on some in the middle class, and takes health security from millions.
New Jersey Gov.-elect Phil Murphy discusses his ideas on growing the state's economy, which includes innovation and infrastructure. Murphy says the state can deliver middle class property tax relief.
Watch then-candidate Donald trump say WikiLeaks141 times at 56 campaign stops.
Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., discusses the individual mandate repeal in the Senate's tax bill and why he says Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore should step down from the race.
The Trump White House has shunned experts for top jobs choosing instead inexperienced staffers who believe they know what's best for the country, the Morning Joe panel argues.
AG Sessions told lawmakers Tuesday that he now recalls the meeting with former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, but also said he didn't lie under oath about Russia. The panel discusses.
In a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said there would be no special counsel to probe Hillary Clinton without a factual basis. The panel discusses.
Responding to the sexual assault & misconduct and the crisis that's created, GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore says he's being harassed by the press. Our report panel reacts.
Back from his 12-day trip across Asia, Pres. Trump is facing a long to-do list on Capitol Hill and new questions about his campaign and Russia. Presidential historian & author Jon Meacham joins to discuss.
Tony Schwartz co-wrote "The Art of the Deal" with Donald Trump and he thinks the thought of starting World War III excites Trump. Schwartz also contributed to the new book, "The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump." He joins Joy Reid to discuss the mental...
Roy Moore says today we have a problem after "new rights" were created in 1965, which is the year the Voting Rights Act was passed. Moore also claims Christians like him are "under persecution." Rev. Dr. William Barber says nothing Moore stands for is ...
The Senate Foreign Relations committee wanted to know if the President is mentally stable enough to have nuclear authority and if he ordered a strike, could anyone stop him?
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions faced down the House Judiciary Committee for the first time since new revelations about Russia & the Trump campaign came to light. Our reporter panel reacts.
Rachel Maddow follows up a previous report to let viewers know that the false teeth left behind in a voting booth in Portland, Maine remain unclaimed despite world-wide publicity.
Steve Kornacki, MSNBC national correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about what, if anything, Republicans can do to keep Roy Moore out of the Senate, either by withholding support, blocking him, or even expelling him.
Rachel Maddow reminds viewers of the sexual harassment case against Senator Bob Packwood and how Mitch McConnell used the Senate Ethics Committee and the threat of expulsion to drive Packwood from the Senate in shame. So he knows how to handle Moore.