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AG Sessions' testimony on Russia outreach faces new questions

It wasn't long after Attorney General Jeff Sessions was sworn in when he faced a scandal over possible perjury. Now he's facing similar allegations.

Seeing Andrew McCabe as a potential 'significant witness'

After Trump pressured Comey to go easy on Flynn, Comey informed a small group of witnesses. As Andrew McCabe's firing shows, they haven't fared especially well.

Will Republicans agree to protect Mueller from Trump?

Democrats believe the need to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller from Donald Trump is obvious. For Republicans, the picture looks... different.

Why the FBI's Andrew McCabe was fired

The Justice Department has an official rationale for why former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was fired. Donald Trump's taunts make it difficult to believe.

Team Trump takes a dramatic turn, goes on offensive against Mueller probe

For months, Donald Trump and his legal team have been extremely cautious in its confrontations with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Not anymore.

Murder considered in death of another Putin opponent in UK

Ellen Barry, international correspondent for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about British authorities treating the death of Russian exile...

Trump shows new seriousness about Stormy Daniels case

Rachel Maddow reports that Donald Trump has hired attorney Charles Harder to represent him in the Stormy Daniels legal case, and filed to move the case to a...

Trump shows disturbing pattern with officials critical of Russia

Rachel Maddow points out the concerning proximity between criticism of Russia and the job peril of Rex Tillerson and H.R. McMaster. Andrea Mitchell, NBC News...

Rachel Maddow 3/16/18

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Treasury's Mnuchin racks up sky-high costs with taxpayer-funded travel

It's not easy for one person to rack up nearly $1 million in military flights at taxpayers' expense in less than a year.

Interior's Ryan Zinke just can't seem to stay out of trouble

I realize this administration has its share of controversial cabinet secretaries, but it'd be tough to top the sheer volume of questions surrounding Ryan Zinke.

The banking deregulation bill isn't a done deal just yet

If it's Jeb Hensarling, and not Elizabeth Warren, who kills this bill, I'm going to laugh quite a bit.

Friday's Campaign Round-Up, 3.16.18

Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.

Trump's top new voice on the economy is always wrong about the economy

If there were an economic downturn, would Donald Trump's top new adviser on the economy even recognize the signs?

Nunes: There's 'no one left' for Mueller to indict in Russia scandal

In the Russia scandal, House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes isn't done covering for his ally in the White House.

In FEMA's strategic plan, climate change is nowhere to be found

As one observer put it, "Words matter. Trump's appointees haven't forgotten that -- and neither should we."

After admitting he makes stuff up, Trump clings to bogus claim

Here we are, watching the White House, for no particular reason, start with a falsehood on Wednesday night, only to spend Thursday pretending fiction is fact.

Oklahoma Will Be First State To Experiment With Nitrogen Gas In Executions

Oklahoma will execute prisoners using an experimental method never before attempted anywhere in the world: nitrogen hypoxia. Mike Hunter, the state’s attorney general, and Joe M. Allbaugh, the director of the department of corrections,...Show More Summary

Why Ben Carson's office decorating mess matters

This isn't just some quirky story about a cabinet secretary and office redecoration. This may prove to be a career-ender.

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