Returning to AM Joy after a weeks-long absence due to a health scare of her own, Joy Reid gave a brilliant lesson on how health care in this country works, and how to make it work for everyone.
Former federal prosecutor Barbara McQuade advised Democrats that a simple, understandable message about Trump’s wrongdoing may be more important for impeachment than a mountain of strong evidence.
On AM Joy, Wilkerson said he saw the "shadow of impeachment" in the background of all of this.
On AM Joy, Colin Powell's former Chief of Staff reminds of the context in which the raid took place.
It's been quite a roller coaster for the Criminal Justice Forum at Benedict College in South Carolina this weekend.
After calling himself a lynching victim, Donald Trump’s effort to hold himself up as a champion of criminal justice reform did not go over well with former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner, to put it mildly.
As Boehlert pointed out on this Sunday's AM Joy, The NY Times has apparently not learned a single lesson from 2016 with the promotion of Schweitzer.
MSNBC contributors David Corn and Cynthia Alskne take apart the latest desperate talking point coming out of Trump-land, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but it wasn't a "corrupt one."
Joy Reid's guest sees big benefits for Russia in Trump's disastrous foreign policy moves.
Harvard law professor Lawrence Tribe joined AM Joy to discuss impeachment: Start with Trump's abuse of power on Ukraine and keep going.
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