Rachel Maddow reports on the outcome of Scotland's independence vote and points out that on the same night, world-famous St. Andrews Golf Club voted to allow women to join, so, fittingly, Rachel demonstrates the mixing of a Cameron's Kick cocktail.
William Rhoden, New York Times sports columnist, talks with Rachel Maddow about the calculated way in which the NFL is addressing the outrage over a series of domestic violence cases, catering to constituencies instead of acting according to a moral code.
Anne Gearan, Washington Post diplomatic correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the U.S. war on ISIS will progress absent Congress for six weeks, and what to expect when they return, given the apparent lack of concern for foreign affairs.
Rachel Maddow reports breaking news that Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State, having lost his Kansas Supreme Court case to force Democrat Chat Taylor onto the ballot, will instead add a disclaimer to federal overseas ballots for Kansas voters abroad.
TRMS Executive Producer Cory Gnazzo shares how tonight s plan for the show changed dramatically since the afternoon planning meeting.
Rachel Maddow reports on Russian President Vladimir Putin's ambitions to build a separate internet, how sanctions on Russia have upended a major Russian oil deal with Exxon, and U.S. jets sent to intercept six Russian planes near the coast of Alaska.
Dave Helling, political reporter for the Kansas City Star, talks with Rachel Maddow about the Kansas Supreme Court ruling against Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach to allow Democrat Chad Taylor off the senate ballot.
New Jersey state representative John Wisniewski talks with Rachel Maddow about a leak from a federal source to WNBC that the federal investigation of New Jersey traffic lane closures has turned up no wrongdoing by Governor Chris Christie.
Matt Wells, U.S. blogs and networks editor at the Guardian, talks with Rachel Maddow about how Scotland's independence vote is likely to affect British politics even if separatists are not successful with this evening's vote.
Rachel Maddow reports on the Senate's passage of expanding the training of Syrian rebels, and points out the abject dereliction by Congress to give itself more months off without addressing the war on ISIS while the U.S. military continues the fight.
Alastair Jamieson, NBC News digital journalist reports live from Scotland as votes for and against independence are being counted and discusses whether a late push by the 'no' campaign will be enough to keep the United Kingdom united.
Rachel Maddow reports on some of the early returns in the Scottish vote on independence from the United Kingdom, noting that the early success of 'no' voters is not an encouraging sign for separatists.
With a lot of news to cover today from all over the world and just an hour of show time to fill, TRMS Executive Producer Cory Gnazzo explains the daily struggle at the Rachel Maddow Show of deciding what makes air.
Rachel Maddow, in teasing ahead to an upcoming segment, reports on a war of polling data analysis between heavy hitters Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com and Sam Wang of the Princeton Election Consortium.
Rachel Maddow reports the breaking news that the NFL players union has filed an appeal of the indefinite suspension of Ray Rice, arguing that his punishment was changed unfairly and asking NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to recuse himself as a judge.
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