Deirdre Macnab, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida, talks with Ari Melber about her organization's victory in court against a Republican redistricting scheme to reduce Democratic representation in Congress.
John Stanton, D.C. bureau chief for Buzzfeed, talks with Ari Melber about whether Congress will pass President Obama's request for more funds to help at the border and how the politics of the coming 2014 elections will shape what ultimately passes.
Ryan Grim, Washington bureau chief for the Huffington Post, talks with Ari Melber about why Speaker Boehner chose an element of Obamacare as the basis of his lawsuit against President Obama when Obamacare is showing so many signs of success for Americans.
Ari Melber reports that the episode of Between Two Ferns featuring President Obama is nominated for an Emmy, putting the president on a potential path to a rare 'EGOT' (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), after his audiobook Grammy.
Ari Melber points out a movement in Congress to grant citizenship to a Revolutionary War hero who died 200 years go, and points out that Congress has failed to move the ENLIST Act to make military service a path to citizenship for actual living people.
Ari Melber reports on a clerical mistake in Pennsylvania that led to 14,000 notices being sent to (dead) men born between 1893 and 1897, telling them to register for the military draft.
Ari Melber explains that despite alarming headlines about ISIS obtaining nuclear material in the course of its military campaign in Iraq, the nature of the material in question is not as dangerous as it would seem.
Cory Gnazzo, senior producer for The Rachel Maddow Show, previews Thursday night s show, which includes some fun trips back in time.
Rachel Maddow shares her favorite piece of historic presidential audio tape: President Johnson ordering a pair of pants, describing in very graphic terms how they need to fit in the crotch to avoid discomfort.
Rachel Maddow shares new audio tapes of former President Richard Nixon while in office, discussing homosexuality and the relative smartness and attractiveness of women who swear.
Mark Mazzetti, national security correspondent at The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about the recent spate of very public mistakes by the CIA and how U.S. spying has strained relations with Germany.
Rachel Maddow reviews the gaffes and humiliations of Texas governor Rick Perry's bumbling presidential campaign to examine why he thinks tough talk on the immigration crisis is a political win even though it's not helpful as a practical solution.
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.
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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