Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with Rachel Maddow about how the Trump administration blocked him from appearing on her should through most of the coronavirus crisis and how much more free top U.S. scientist are under the Biden administration to communicate with the public.
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with Rachel Maddow about the challenges of working with the Trump administration and the burden that was put on government health agencies.
HuffPost’s Matt Fuller and Chris Hayes discuss Republican Rep. Andy Harris getting caught trying to bring a gun onto the House floor—just two weeks after the Capitol insurrection.
The impeachment articles against Donald Trump will formally go the to Senate in mere days. But as MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber explains, Trump’s second impeachment will be different from his last. Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer is now in charge, which means there could be more evidence and witnesses admitted in trial- two things Republicans blocked last time- and Trump is now out of office, ensuring the entire case is about whether or not he should be convicted. Melber asse
New York Times Justice Department reporter Katie Benner joins Chris Hayes to discuss her reporting that Trump weighed ousting the acting attorney general to install a loyalist in his place instead.
Argo has improved the cameras, radar and lidar and even added microphones to its Ford Escape test vehicles.
Joy Reid ends the show remembering the life and legacy of Hank Aaron.
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Ted Lieu on impeachment: Future presidents need to know they can't attempt coups to hold on to power
Congressman Ted Lieu says impeaching Trump is a matter of deterrence: “Future presidents need to know they cannot attempt a coup to hold on to power."
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) just announced Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial schedule has been agreed to and will begin in a little more than two weeks on February 8. MSNBC's Ari Melber reports on the breaking news, announcing the House managers will formally present the articles of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, January 25.
Congresswoman from Pennsylvania and one of the Impeachment Managers, Madeleine Dean, speaks to Nicolle Wallace about preparing for the Senate impeachment trial, why she feels this vote is so essential, and whether she now feels safe at the Capitol
The Microsoft co-founder and longtime vaccine advocate thanked those who helped get the shots into arms.
Steve Schmidt, co-founder of the Lincoln Project, calls out the current Republican party for its role in the insurrection and says the party is a “real life autocratic movement”
You probably can't visit Paris right now, but that doesn't mean you can't wear its landmarks.
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Streaming app Peacock has free movies and TV shows, but you have to pay to unlock the full catalog including the entirety of The Office.
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President of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton and editor at large of the Bulwark Charlie Sykes on President Biden’s efforts to stabilize the economy
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The Defense Intelligence Agency separates information on US residents, according to The New York Times, but can search the data with permission.