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Rachel Maddow describes some of the history of the collection of intelligence known as the
The Arizona Republican Party used a stock photo for 'Asian Americans' that really got people's attention.
Congress will be back in session after Labor Day, and they won't have much time before they hit two crucial deadlines on the debt ceiling limit and the spending bill.
Janet Napolitano warns the president against pardoning former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted of defying a court order to stop racial profiling.
Politico reports that Donald Trump made phone calls to two Republican Senators to complain about matters related to Russia.
Trump said he is ready to bring down the US government, the government he pledged to lead.
Secretary Clinton is telling her side, in her upcoming book, entitled
The festering wound that is President Trump's relationship with the Republican party is bursting open.
Trump bashed the Democrats for not backing his wall and threatened to shut down the government if it wasn't funded.
America’s justice system runs on the exchange of money for freedom. Some say that’s unfair. But can data fix it?
Philippe Reines, a Clinton aide who played President Trump in Hillary Clinton's debate prep, gives Ari Melber the inside scoop on the debate preparation and Clinton's new book.
Robbie Myers, Naomi Wolf and Neera Tanden discuss with Ari Melber the excerpts released from Hillary Clinton's new book and how she handled Donald Trump's behavior during the presidential debates.
ESPN announced today that Robert Lee will be pulled from calling the UVA opening game simply because he shares a last name with Robert E. Lee. Katy's take? Let him play the game.
Today's edition of quick hits.
Katy fact checks President Trump's comments attacking members of his own party and the press and defending his comments on Charlottesville at his campaign style rally in Arizona yesterday.