The teachers strike in West Virginia is "a testament to the turbulence of the political moment we live in," says Chris Hayes, "that whole new vistas of mass action are suddenly coming into view."
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke claimed reducing Bears Ears national monument in Utah wasn't about oil and gas. The New York Times now reports oil was central in the decision to shrink the monument, according to internal agency emails.
President Trump became "unglued" Wednesday evening, according to NBC News reporting, and, spurred on by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, he "was angry and gunning for a fight, and he chose a trade war."
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is lying about his account of what he knew about allegations of spousal abuse by former Staff Secretary Rob Porter and when he knew it, reports the Daily Mail.
The special counsel is trying to figure out whether the president's son-in-law shaped foreign policy to benefit his family's business.
With everything going on in the White House and around the world, President Trump woke up and tweeted about Alec Baldwin.
Watch Ted Cruz Campaign chief Ron Nehring blast Trump cabinet member Ben Carson for wasting money, in this irreverent discussion with Hip-hop DJ Jay Smooth, "Black Panther” author Jesse Holland and MSNBC host Ari Melber.
NPR reports on a Putin-connected Russian using the NRA to meet Trump in 2015 as Mueller eyes whether Trump knew Putin before he was elected.
MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reveals Watergate archival material showing how the abuse of executive privilege can be a crime -- and an impeachable offense. The lawyer who wrote Nixon’s articles of impeachment says Trump may be walking the...
Federal investigators are scrutinizing whether any of Kushner's business discussions with foreigners during the presidential transition shaped policies.
Despite evidence from the US intelligence community, Russian President Putin today once again denied that his country interfered in the 2016 election.
After starting a trade war yesterday, the president tweeted today how easy it will be to win.
The president is reportedly "angry," "isolated," "depressed." And he's lashing out in ways that have big repercussions, like trade.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how the millennial generation workforce is motivating companies to make politically divisive stances on social issues.
Fmr CIA Director John Brennan joins Deadline: White House to discuss the recent developments in the Russia investigation as well as the turmoil coming out of the White House
NBC's Carol Lee and Peter Alexander join MTP Daily with the latest on Jared Kushner's place in the White House and Mueller's interest in his foreign business ties.
WaPo's Ashley Parker reports that confidence in senior aide Jared Kushner has significantly dropped in the White House
Nicolle Wallace and Peter Alexander report on Trump's growing frustration with his White House staff