Rachel Maddow looks back at a recent Hillary Clinton health scare and reports on Clinton's newly released clean bill of health. Maddow also shares an unusual...
Frederick Williams plies his well-honed news-watching skills to the task of answering questions about the stories covered on this week's The Rachel Maddow...
Marc Morial, president of the National Urban League, talks with Rachel Maddow about presidential candidates addressing his organization today and the...
Today's edition of quick hits:
The Supreme Court has said reproductive rights are protected under the Constitution. A President Huckabee wouldn't care.
The National Park Service's announcement that they'll be phasing out sales of bottled water in some parks and replacing them with reusable bottles and refilling stations was met with outrage by, and this is a real thing, the powerful bottled water industry. Show More Summary
Just a few short weeks ago, the Kochs and the Republican party were in what one Republican operative said was an "all-out war" over who would control the party going forward. The Kochs have been systematically putting a ground forceShow More Summary
Nothing says "liberal man of the people" quite like a white tie tuxedo. Earlier this week, the Kochs publicly released a smarmy letter to the few hundred people comprising their political donor network, likening their efforts to British...Show More Summary
Mark you calendars, folks, for Thursday, August 6. Best debate ever. Imagine a NASCAR driver mentally preparing for a race knowing one of the drivers will be drunk. That's what prepping for this debate is like — John Weaver (@JWGOP) July 27, 2015 Jeb!'s screwed. Show More Summary
Ray Tensing: alive, free, and asking for his job back How to achieve what's posed in the headline? Be a police officer. Only in America could a man do what Officer Ray Tensing did—be filmed blowing a man's head off, be filmed telling...Show More Summary
Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly and his guest Bernard McGuirk were engaged in some pretty illuminating discussion on misgendering and proper pronoun use when McGuirk suddenly stumbled on an original thought. McGuirk then bemoaned thatShow More Summary
Greece probably wishes it could get back the $15 billion it spent on its summer Olympics. Instead it is stuck with myriad abandoned venues like this canoe and kayak slalom center. Phew! Deep skepticism here about whether taxpayers would...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Things I Learned From Republicans In July It's quite a nutritious bowl of brain food this month: The Justice Department is on the cusp of legalizing pedophilia. (Fmr. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay) The percent at which you are taxed is proportional to the percent at which you are considered a slave. Show More Summary
The New York Times was forced to issue two corrections after relying on Capitol Hill anonymous sourcing for its flawed report on emails from former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The Clinton...Show More Summary
Seriously, I'd be more worried if a candidate didn't respond. Really now? Who convinced @HillaryClinton to pick a fight with @nytimes (and by extension all of us)? PR malpractice. http://t.co/... — Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) July 31,...Show More Summary
From the July 31 edition of Fox News' Happening Now: Previously: The New York Times Reverses Course On Clinton's Emails After Public Editor Admits Fault In Reporting After Two Corrections, The NY Times' Botched Email Story Still HasShow More Summary
Click to enlarge. The election is still very far away, and Donald Trump is sucking up all the media oxygen from every other candidate. He's also leading the Republican field in the polls, which is hilarious. Claims that Trump is more extreme than his peers are untrue. Show More Summary
Several Fox News figures are attempting to shift partial blame onto Samuel DuBose for his own death at the hands of a Cincinnati police officer during a traffic stop, arguing DuBose should have cooperated with the officer's instructions...Show More Summary
Brian Murphy on Chris Christie's dismal polling numbers, his newfound vow that he'll get right on replacing the failing rail tunnels that link New Jersey to New York City, but only if you make him president first, and Christie's absolutely...Show More Summary
The Indiana State Department of Health found no wrongdoing by Planned Parenthood clinics in the state in regards to the handling of fetal tissue donations after an investigation sparked by a shady anti-choice organization's heavily edited videos was completed. Indiana Gov. Show More Summary