For what possible reason could Gatorade and bags of chips be considered threats?
So many hearts are heavy with the shocking and devastating loss of brilliant and kind actor Chadwick Boseman. Bobblehead thread below.
When a caller from Atlanta wants to know why Democrats are keeping a Senate bill from passing, the Nation's Justice Correspondent explains who's truly in charge of the Senate.
Prof. Paul Butler argues brilliantly in a trial that SHOULD be happening, but is not. Because Breonna Taylor's killers still have not been arrested, even though we know exactly who and where they are.
No, John Roberts, Democratic nominees would NOT do this, mostly because they follow the law and respect the Hatch Act.
The timing couldn't be more perfect to highlight the differences between the two campaigns. Joe Biden's as fact-based and compassionate, and Trump's as pathetic, weak, and dangerous.
Republicans have never been big on facts, though, have they?
Rachel Maddow gives us the basic rundown of the tragic shootings at the Jacob Blake protests in Kenosha, WI, and there's more to learn about the shooter, now in custody and charged with first degree murder.
Chief Daniel Miskinis did everything he could to avoid talking about Jacob Blake and last night's shootings at the protests, but when he finally did, he blamed everyone but the shooters.
The family of the young Black man shot in the back by a white police officer at close range spoke to the press and the country about personal and generational trauma of this unhinged systemic racist brutality.
Here's your Sunday morning line-up, plus some election-inspired art!
Who had Kellyanne Conway comparing Dr. Fuaci to Patty Hearst on their 2020 Batsh*t Crazy Bingo Card?
"These [sheriffs] are not crazy....they know who elect them." — Majority Whip Jim Clyburn.
Jim Acosta tells Anderson Cooper that Trump and Steve Bannon have indeed been in touch recently, contrary to Trump's claims otherwise.
"Donald Trump doesn't deserve to call himself Commander in Chief for another four minutes, let alone another four years." - Sen. Tammy Duckworth