President Trump, one of Roseanne’s most public advocates, just weighed in on the comedian’s controversy - but he didn't call out the actress, he called out ABC. Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University Michael Eric Dyson, Washington Post Opinion
As hurricane season is about to begin later this week- Puerto Rico is already bracing - not yet recovered from last year's devastating Hurricane Maria. According to a new Harvard study at least 4,645 people died as a result of that storm, that's more than
A Harvard study showed that Hurricane Maria killed at least 4,645 people, more than the official government total of 64. This as hurricane season quickly approaches and officials on the island of Puerto Rico say they're not prepared to take another hit.
Attorney Michael Avenatti joins MSNBC after his Wednesday court appearance, and offers reaction to a federal judge’s warning about his standing in the Michael Cohen search warrant proceedings. Avenatti also calls for the public release of alleged audio
Honoring Henrietta Lacks who’s invaluable cancer cells changed the face of research.
A new Harvard Study shows certain Americans get more time than others - even for the same crimes. Stephanie Ruhle takes a closer look at our system of justice by the numbers.
Roseanne Barr is not a stranger to controversial remarks or offensive tweets. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down Roseanne’s history of rants, comments and tweets. Weighing in: Variety Senior Editor Ted Johnson.
During a campaign rally in Nashville for Republican Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, President Trump told several lies. But For Fact’s Sake Stephanie Ruhle sets the record straight. Weighing in: Founder and Editor of the Weekly Standard Bill Kristol.
Top North Korean official Kim Yong Chol is heading to the United States to meet with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo amid back-and-forth talks of a summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Ahead of California's June gubernatorial primaries, candidate and former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spoke about the need for immigration reform and whether Gavin Newsom will run for president in 2020.
What do the Republicans who praised last week's move on North Korea do now that the president is trying to do the opposite?
MSNBC political analyst Michael Steele breaks down the Roseanne Barr controversy after the ABC sitcom revival of "Roseanne" was canceled following a racist tweet by the actor.
Axios' Alexi McCammond joins First Look for Friday's 1BigThing.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Federal investigators are also working to piece together shredded documents that were seized in the April raid. NBC’s Tom Winter reports on what was learned from Michael Cohen's latest court appearance.
I'm starting to get the sense that maybe, just maybe, the president and his team are reluctant to fully cooperate with Robert Mueller's investigation.
Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., discusses his new book "The Right Answer: How We Can Unify Our Divided Nation.
Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko who was reportedly dead appeared at a news conference. It turns out Ukrainian Security Services faked his death in an attempt to find the people trying to kill him.
The White House has had very little to say about deadly skirmish in Syria in February. At a fundraiser, however, Trump apparently couldn't help himself.
When a woman can no longer style her own hair because of a stroke, her husband of 45 years steps in to make sure she keeps feeling beautiful.