Federal prosecutors subpoenaed the committee to turn over donation and spending documents.
What's an activist to do if you find out children separated from their parents are in your city?
This was a fascinating and important piece of television.
Dan Rather deja vu, all over again!
Los Angeles Times columnist Doyle McManus argued that Roger Ailes "will decide which candidates can compete in Republican presidential primaries next year."
My first word when I found out Cantor lost his primary? CMON!
If you didn't think the new George W. Bush library and its "Decision Theater" was bad enough already for the history revisionism on the invasion of Iraq, wait until you get a load of how Bush's disastrous handling of Hurricane Katrina is treated.
Michael Isikoff, national investigative correspondent for NBC News, talks with Rachel Maddow about a newly obtained, confidential Department of Justice white paper that hints at the details of a secret White House memo that explains the legal
The Senate is broken so badly due to GOP obstruction that, as Ezra Klein pointed out in the segment above, they're less popular than the idea of the United States becoming a communist country, so hey, why fix anything? Right? It seems Grandpa
During the second presidential debate, undecided voter Susan Katz expressed to the governor her concern that a Romney presidency might be a return to the policies of the Bush Administration that hurt the economy, asking the governor how he would be different from President Bush.
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