Two of the 16 conservative lawyers talk to Chris Hayes about why they came out in a joint letter as in favor of impeaching Donald Trump, and quickly.
Democratic Rep. Krishnamoorthi fielded the request from the CNN anchor to provide cover to the GOP to condemn the president. He was a lot nicer about it than I would have been.
Detailing the heartbreaking scene, the U.S. soldiers are devastated by what is happening to their allies, the Kurds, and the Syrian civilians left to the Turkish military attacks.
John Avlon and the CNN Newsroom riff on Gowdy's hypocrisy given his performance during the Benghazi hearings. They openly laugh at the Republican trying to defend him.
The Federalist Society justice appeared open to certain plaintiffs' arguments on the Title VII SCOTUS case, but no one is getting their hopes up.
Looks like the higher-ups at Fox see the writing on the wall. Politics News Editor Chris Stirewalt fact-checked Bill Hemmer on-air about his bogus spin.
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.
The case of the white cop who murdered Black neighbor Botham Jean in his own apartment is continuing to cause deadly harm to those who came forward against her.
Martha MacCallum asked Giuliani the question we are all wondering: wtf is he doing meddling in Ukraine affairs?
Chairs of the Intelligence, Oversight, and Foreign Affairs committees in the House of Reps gave the vice president until October 15 to turn over all he has on Ukraine.
Kurt Volker has a nine-hour deposition, and Trump invites allllll the nations to investigate Biden. News round-up just since this afternoon.
It's not bad enough 45* extorted Ukraine to investigate the Bidens. Our self-incriminator-in-chief went further to ask China and Ukraine to investigate them, too.
At today's joint press conference, a reporter wondered if Dems were making too much of the Zelensky phone call. The Chairman of the Intelligence Committee set him straight.
Uh, oh. That's a felony, Donald. The House Judiciary Committee will not be happy.
As usual, the law favors police officers when they use deadly force. Amber Guyger's trial is no exception. The Jury, on the other hand, found her guilty of murder, and that IS an exception.