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'This is an attack around which there have to be consequences': Fmr. Gov. Deval Patrick on Capitol riot
Former Democratic Governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss Republicans call for unity despite rejecting President elect Biden’s win and inauguration security concerns following the Capitol riot.
President Trump is using his final hours in office to look at presidential pardons. Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and Politics War Room co-host James Carville join Stephanie Ruhle to discuss how some people are spending big bucks to get on the pardon list.
On Martin Luther King Day, Morning Joe talks with Martin Luther King III and Arndrea Waters King about MLK's final years.
Ornery, witty and devoted to Black equality, Stevens was a real ally.
Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Lawrence O'Donnell that the flow of Covid-19 vaccines is steady enough to ensure everyone will get their second dose and to ensure 100 million vaccinations in Joe Biden's first 100 days in office.
A look back at President-Elect Joe Biden’s life-long career in politics, that spans more than five decades. It all began in November of 1972, and this week, Biden will become the President of the United States.
When the January 6th attack on the Capitol resulted in the President losing his Twitter privileges, many of his followers simply moved to more secretive and obscure corners of the web. MSNBC’s host of “American Voices” Alicia Menendez speaks with NBC News law enforcement analyst Carmen Best and NBC News reporter Ben Collins to discuss where these people might be lurking…and what we can expect from them in the days to come.
Dramatic new video released by The New Yorker from the Jan. 6 riot at Capitol Hill shows rioters clashing with police and rummaging through the Senate floor while taking photos. The FBI is still looking for many of the rioters shown in videos from that day.
The military and police departments across the country are investigating whether active-duty and retired service members participated in the Capitol riot. NBC News' Janelle Griffith discusses her reporting on the rise of domestic extremism in law enforcement.
A Virginia man was arrested at a Washington checkpoint by the Capitol with an unauthorized inauguration pass, a gun and around 500 rounds of ammunition. The man described the situation to the Washington Post as "an honest mistake."
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will officially resign from her Senate seat. Harris will be the first woman, the first Black American and the first South Asian American vice president. She will be sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latina Supreme Court Justice.
Congresswoman Stacey Plaskett (D-U.S. Virgin Islands) discusses her role as an impeachment manager for the second Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. On her plan to appeal to republican senators, Rep. Plaskett told NBC’s Joshua Johnson, “I have great confidence in all 100 of those Senators. I’m not going to be speaking to a select group or bringing one side over to the other.”
NBC News' Ken Dilanian reports on the FBI investigation into whether foreign governments, organizations or individuals funded extremists who helped plan and execute the Jan. 6 pro-Trump attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The U.S. government revealed in a court filing this week that hundreds of migrant children are still waiting to be reunited with their parents. MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff discusses the “driving force” behind Trump’s family separation policy and how Biden’s promises of accountability and immigration reform will play out in his first 10 days.
Rev. Al Sharpton delivers his final memo to President Donald Trump.
President-elect Joe Biden announced his nominations to his White House science team that would help "lead the way" on developing responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, economic recovery, and worldwide technologies.
Donald Trump supporters and anti-government anarchists are planning Inauguration week protests, authorities say. Tiffany Cross and her panel of law enforcement experts discuss the ongoing threat.
At least 18 states are taking security precautions after the U.S. Capitol attack on Jan. 6. NBC’s Frank Figliuzzi says we are looking at an “almost permanent urgency inside our country,” and that we are going to see an increased security presence for the “foreseeable future.”
The Attorney General of New York Letitia James joins Ali Velshi to talk about her lawsuit against the NYPD for "years of [NYPD] using excessive force and making false arrests against New Yorkers, most recently during racial justice protests in 2020." She says, “I will defend individuals right to peacefully protest in New York and beyond…this behavior has gone unchecked for a long period of time.”
As DC officials are tightening security ahead of Wednesday's inauguration, NBC’s Anna Schecter reports that extremists are “recalibrating and planning for January 20th” even though their preferred app to plan, Parler, was shut down. She tells Ali Velshi that these extremists have found a workaround: “Telegram was the app favored by ISIS and now it’s really the place for far-right extremists and conspiracy theorists.”