Andrew Bacevich, retired U.S. Army colonel, professor, and historian, talks with Rachel Maddow about why war in America's only answer to problems in the Middle East and what other means of addressing the region are needed.
Rachel Maddow reports on the litany of football players facing abuse accusations, charges, or convictions and the confusing mix of penalties faced, and the clumsy stumbling of NFL coaches and officials.
Rachel Maddow teases to an upcoming segment by explaining that according to the Senate handbook, Senators are supplied one and one-third pages of paper per constituent.
Rachel Maddow reports on the possibility of a new trend in U.S. elections this year (including Alaska, Kansas, and maybe soon Maine) in which Democrats and Independents in three-way races unite against the Republican candidate to ensure Republican defeat.
Rachel Maddow reports on the publication by USA Today of the U.S. Senate handbook, full of the bureaucratic rules that keep the Senate running, from where to acquire office plants to how to select telephone on-hold music.
TRMS Executive Producer Cory Gnazzo gives a preview of Monday night s show, and reminds viewers to tune in to important news coming out of Kansas tomorrow morning.
Shira Springer, sports enterprise reporter for the Boston Globe, talks with Rachel Maddow about the difficulty NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is having producing an acceptable response to the abuse scandals that plague his league.
Rachel Maddow salutes the democratic spirit of citizens of Scotland who are registered at nearly 100% to vote in this Thursday's referendum on whether to declare independence from the United Kingdom.
Rachel Maddow reports on an optional paywall Esquire has put on a story about the 9/11 Falling Man photo, with proceeds going to a new James Foley scholarship fund.
Rachel Maddow reports on a complicated series of scandals in Nebraska that left an ineligible man on the state ballot, requiring a special exception to remove him.
Cory Gnazzo, executive producer for The Rachel Maddow Show, previews Friday night s show including the exciting conclusion of the L-name chart segment.
TRMS Executive Producer Cory Gnazzo gives a sneak peak of tonight s show and makes a self-described embarrassing confession about his favorite music making an appearance on the show tonight.
Jon speaks with Rachel Maddow, host of "The Rachel Maddow Show" on MSNBC.
Guests: Prof. Michelle Alexander, Steve Coogan, Charles Cooke, Fmr. Rep. Jane Harman, Rachel Maddow.
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At the funeral of a man that Springfield loved but we’ve never met, Marge regrets the music she listened to while pregnant, Brockman regrets a lost opportunity, Burns a lost love and Homer selling his Apple stock.
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Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Jon welcomes Rachel Maddow to the show to discuss her book "Drift."
Progressive political TV host Rachel Maddow sits down with Stephen to discuss the election results.
From Executive Producer Chris Rock, standup comedian W. Kamau Bell dissects a multitude of topics including politics, pop culture, race, religion, and the media.
Rachel Maddow talks to Jon about her new book, "Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power."
MSNBC host and political commentator Rachel Maddow stops by The Daily Show.
Guests: Jeff Sharlet, Michael Ware, Niall Ferguson, Rachel Maddow, Joe Queenan. HBO's acclaimed series hosted by politically incorrect muse Bill Maher features an opening monologue, 'roundtable' discussions with Maher and a guest forum, segments with other special guests, special taped segments, and Maher's popular 'New Rules' segment.
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Matt lets his jealousy over Henry get the best of him.
Just as Betty agrees to move in with Matt, Henry pays a visit to NYC.
Marc and Betty become candidates for a job opening at Mode; Justin hopes for acceptance at a performing arts school.
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