Recalling a viral FB post, Rachel Maddow spoke with Professor Timothy Snyder, who wrote a survival guide for citizens living in a democracy at risk.
Weld, Walsh and Sanford wrote a powerful op-ed in the Washington Post arguing that they deserve to challenge Trump in primaries.
Facebook and Twitter aren't the most accurate barometer of public opinion when it comes to elections.
Gavin Newsom is weighing signing a bill that former California governor Jerry Brown declined to, demanding tax returns for candidates to appear on California's ballot.
A 5-4 decision that leaves gerrymandered districts in place.
It was 5-4 along partisan lines, of course. This means we take the fight to the state level.
Reporters really need to ask better questions if they don't want to get schooled by the Speaker of the House.
"He (Trump) won't touch it. He won't deal with it. What we didn't know was that the people around him were trying to do things and have been stymied," Camerota said.
In an illegal move, Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party paid activists and electoral workers to film voting in primarily Arab neighborhoods.
Lori Lightfoot, Chicago's first African American woman mayor as well as first openly gay mayor, said to her supporters, "Tonight a lot of little boys and girls are watching. And they are seeing something a little different."
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