Apparently it's a deportable offense to HAVE FRIENDS who criticize the U.S. — Chris Hayes explains the frightening reality of brown people with even legal standing to enter the country.
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.
Joel Pollak is whining "First Amendment - WAH!" because he's wasn't allowed to insult and gaslight students at Benedict College during an O'Rourke campaign event.
At a sick G-7 presser, Trump outrageously blamed the former president for Russia's international war crimes.
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.
The former press secretary for the Racist-In-Chief has landed a job as a Fox News analyst.
The field narrows a bit for Democrats, but Jay Inslee hopes climate change is still a big focus for those who remain.
Trafficking in anti-Semitic tropes is not new for this president, but saying Jews who vote for Democrats are "disloyal" has people of all religious stripes outraged.
Shep Smith rips Trump for licking the boots of the NRA no matter how many people die because of guns.
For those of us not paying close attention, the 2020 Democratic candidate made it abundantly clear last week on Lawrence O'Donnell's show that he is not considering a run for the Senate seat in Texas.
Jamil Smith minced zero words analyzing what Jay-Z's partnership with the NFL looks like from the outside.
Danny Cevallos explains why it's astonishing this case about migrant children ever reached the appeals court to begin with.
Can we just have Stephen Colbert's team run ads in Kentucky for Amy McGrath?
Nicolle Wallace and Chuck Rosenberg get into the details of the former FBI director's lawsuit against the Department of Justice. He was fired for "Refusal To Pledge Loyalty To Trump"
The 2020 candidate didn't let this phony accusation of misquoting Trump break his stride.