As the U.S. finds itself in a precarious position with an increasingly nuclear North Korea, Congressman Eric Swalwell argues that the president's Twitter feed only exacerbates the situation.
Actor and activist Nikolaj Coster-Waldau joins Joy Reid to discuss his work to promote awareness of climate change, which many people believe is a major theme of the hit series he stars in, ‘Game of Thrones.’
‘Medicare for All’ appears on the surface to be a liberal policy, but Joy Reid’s experts outline how more conservative business sectors could be sold on the idea.
hat does the president retweeting a gif reportedly depicting him hitting Hillary Clinton with a golf ball say about the state of American politics?
The impact of Hurricane Irma continues to linger in the Caribbean. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
NBC anchor and correspondent Katy Tur recounts being spat on by a Trump supporter and singled out by then-candidate Donald Trump among other details from her book on his presidential campaign.
Joy Reid and her panel discuss Jared Kushner’s reportedly troubled 666 Fifth Avenue property, his foreign policy decisions, and his recent business dealings with foreign entities.
Facebook has provided Special Counsel Mueller with evidence of a coordinated Russian effort to buy political ads on its platform. Business Insider's Natasha Bertrand explains why this is significant.
Rev Al sits down with columnist William C. Rhoden and former NBA player Craig Hodges to discuss the recent rise in activism in sports and why it's important.
Join Rev. Al as he gets into the details of why players like Colin Kaepernick, Michael Bennett, and even ESPN Anchor Jemele Hill are getting heat for speaking out against racism in their field.
Join Rev. Al as he discusses police reform and the protests in St. Louis this weekend with Yamiche Alcindor and Jonah Newman.
As the Cassini spacecraft plunges into Saturn's icy depths, the probe's operations manager Julie Webster describes its legacy and impact on the scientific community writ large.
As President Trump reaches out to Democratic leadership to forge ahead on immigration, Hillary Clinton makes a splash with her new book reviewing her candidacy. Alex and her panel discuss.
Will Democrats work with President Trump if he's willing to make meaningful concessions? Democratic Representative Dan Kildee thinks so, as long as they are able to help their constituents.
Joy Reid and her panel discuss how Hillary Clinton’s return to the news cycle is forcing Democrats to do some soul-searching about Bernie Sanders’ influence and the future of the party.
An email from a member of Trump’s voter fraud commission suggesting the exclusion of diverse political views is released, spawning further criticisms of voter suppression.
Many Trump voters feel betrayed, according to Joy’s panel, now that his apparent compromise with Democrats on DACA might soften his immigration stance.
Republicans claim to have almost enough votes to repeal Obamacare, yet Bernie Sanders has more mainstream political support than ever for his single payer healthcare proposal.
It’s been a whirlwind week in Russiagate news, with the reaches of Robert Mueller’s probe expanding to include new angles and players. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
Joy Reid and her panel discuss a surprising, possible reason Donald Trump may have sought a deal on DACA with Democratic leadership. Was it a need for praise?