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In a win for Democrats, the United States Supreme Court rejected a request by Pennsylvania Republicans to block the state's newly drawn Congressional map.
Chris Matthews and a panel of guests discuss the political news of the day.
A new book, Russian roulette by Michael Isikoff and David Corn, provides a captivating new account of Russia's unprecedented influence campaign.
Chris talks about the 50th anniversary of Eugene McCarthy’s near political upset and how young people turned out for the anti-war candidate.
Chris breaks down the historic significance of starting talks with North Korea.
Trump’s lawyers are considering asking Robert Mueller to set a hard end date for his investigation, in exchange for a sit-down with the President.
To Chris, watching the Republican party obey Donald Trump is like watching a game of "Simon Says."
The majority of Congressional Republicans, including Speaker Paul Ryan, are looking to avoid this topic.
A new Monmouth University poll shows Democrats hold a 9 point advantage in the generic congressional ballot.
The adult film star says a 2016 agreement not to discuss their alleged "intimate" relationship is not valid because then-candidate Trump never signed it.
Chris thinks the Democrats are figuring out how they can win in 2018 and beyond.
The White House shake-up may start looking like a green room.
Russia's recent actions show that Vladimir Putin is taking more brazen steps to thumb his nose at the west.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the two have reached a temporary truce rather than an ironclad peace treaty.
With news that Mueller is asking for documents from the Trump Organization, Chris thinks this doesn’t spell good news for the President.
The President admitted that he made trade talks up when talking to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The Associated Press reported that "Trump has privately mused about firing Sessions."
Tonight, the investigation led by Robert Mueller has approached the White House gates.
Thousands of students gathered in front of the White House and Capitol Hill to protest inaction on gun violence.
More departures could soon come from the White House.