Surprisingly, questions from the Justices indicated Neil Gorsuch might be the swing vote in the matter.
NBC News London correspondent Bill Neely explains why Trump's Syria move is so dangerous, but also to make a damning comparison to another disgraced appeaser: Neville Chamberlain.
In discussing the disastrous impact of the president's plan to abandon the Kurds to Turkish forces, Bill Neely hears echos of Chamberlain's abandoning Czechoslovakia to the Nazis.
Uh, oh. That's a felony, Donald. The House Judiciary Committee will not be happy.
If true, this is an offense punishable with a five-year-prison sentence.
Bradley Moss, who works for the firm representing the whistle-blower urged everyone to stop and figure out where all the leaks have come from. Hint: Not the whistle-blower.
Brad Moss works for the law firm representing the whistleblower and he points out that the administration is weaving a narrative that may have nothing to do with the substance of the whistle-blower's story
On Velshi & Ruhle today, the co-host did an in-depth graphic showing over the years how Democrats' concern over their NRA ratings has dwindled.
Ali Velshi's guest explains the dramatic downturn of the NRA's reach in Congress. But it's still powerful enough to prevent gun reform.
Ali Velshi focused on the politics of deforestation in Brazil's rain forest, and the impact of the Amazon fire on the world's wildlife, water, and air.
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