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A bipartisan health care compromise was emerging in the Senate. Republican leaders decided they couldn't allow that to continue.
There's something inherently Dickensian about the story of Tom Price's private-jet travel.
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) said he supported health care plans that passed the "Jimmy Kimmel Test" He lied -- and Jimmy Kimmel is not pleased.
Republican donors who assumed their contributions were going to help the party and its candidates just received some bad news.
Watch the full episode of Tuesday night's The Rachel Maddow Show.
Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump's speech to the UN General Assembly, and the...
Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether it's unusual for a prosecutor to inform a target of imminent indictment, and...
Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about breaking news that special counsel investigators interviewed Assistant A.G. Rod...
Rachel Maddow reports on Donald Trump lawyer Michael Cohen violating his agreement with the Senate Intelligence Committee and being forced to reschedule his...
Dudley Althaus, reporter for the Wall Street Journal, talks with Rachel Maddow about the damage suffered by Mexico following a massive earthquake, and the...
Bill Karins, NBC News meteorologist, talks with Rachel Maddow about the intense strength of Hurricane Maria and the threat it poses to millions of people in...
Rachel Maddow shares new reports that Donald Trump is using money donated to the Republican National Committee to pay for lawyers for himself, family and...
Today's edition of quick hits.
When Donald Trump said there are "long gas lines" in North Korea, he probably didn't realize most North Koreans don't have cars.
We know Republicans are trying to pass a regressive health plan, but no one knows the substantive problem they're trying to solve.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
States like Arizona, Louisiana, and Nevada would be punished by the Republican health care plan. So why are Republicans from these states supporting the plan?
Once the governing norms of the United States are shattered, there's no reason Democrats won't take advantage of the opportunity.
What happens when there's a far-right "news" source that's literally an extension of the Republican Party?
Republican leaders have a choice between governing responsibly, with a full understanding of their bill's consequences, or legislating in the dark.