A new book, Russian roulette by Michael Isikoff and David Corn, provides a captivating new account of Russia's unprecedented influence campaign.
David Corn and Michael Isikoff discuss with Rachel Maddow some of the insights explored in their new book, "Russian Roulette," including how many of the...
David Corn and Michael Isikoff discuss with Rachel Maddow some of the insights explored in their new book, "Russian Roulette," including the unusual presence...
Rachel Maddow shares highlights from "Russian Roulette," the new book by David Corn and Michael Isikoff, including a story about Donald Trump's visit to a...
Michael Isikoff and David Corn tell the story of how Russia and its meddling came to dominate a presidential election.
Michael Isikoff and David Corn, the co-authors of 'Russian Roulette,' say they are "surprised it's taken so long" for Mueller to subpoena the Trump Org....
David Corn: “This means that Mueller’s probe could yield additional information regarding the details and breadth of the Russian campaign to intervene in the election to assist Trump. The president, who has yet to say anything in public showing he [...]
It didn’t take Mother Jones Washington Bureau Chief David Corn long to find the first error in the four-page memo released by House Republicans Friday afternoon. Corn was the first to report on the existence of what’s become known as the Steele dossier, before the election—but House Republicans aren’t sure when: Hey, Nunes and Co., it […]
David Corn: Once again, the political-media world is in a tizzy over a Donald Trump remark. In a White House meeting on Thursday, he... oh, you know what happened.... Trump's "s---hole" moment was years in the making. With the nation...Show More Summary
POLITICO: Top FBI official linked to reporter who broke Trump dossier story: James Baker, the FBI’s recently reassigned general counsel, was in touch with David Corn of Mother Jones in the fall of 2016, GOP sources said. “The GOP sources said the documents — made available recently to lawmakers by the Department of Justice — […]
Rachel Maddow looks back at how David Corn was first to publish a story about the Trump dossier and its author, Christopher Steele, but public attention was drawn to the Access Hollywood tape and the FBI's announcement about Hillary's email server.
Rachel Maddow looks back at how David Corn of Mother Jones was first to publish a story about the Trump dossier and its author, Christopher Steele, but...
Now here's something you don't hear in every political era: "Many US Senators are concerned the president is nuts." so-called David Corn at Mother Jones: As [the Senate foreign relations committee] questioned three experts—retired Gen. Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) I wonder if there are going to be any liberals left after the sexual harassment purge trials end. On top of the news about Mark Halperin and David Corn, now we learn that Hamilton Fish has resigned as publisher of The...Show More Summary
Charity begins in the home, but for progressives, stringent Sex Laws begins far, far away from the home. Always lecturing, yet never heeding the lectures. Emails from 2014 and 2015 suggest that a top editor for the progressive magazine Mother...
"... warning him about touching female staffers and insensitive descriptions of sexual violence, and would now probe the allegations further in light of two emails written by former staffers in 2014 and 2015 and obtained by POLITICO."One...Show More Summary
The investigative reporter who first broke the story of a dossier containing sexual allegations about Donald Trump is being investigated for sexual harassment for the second time in three years. David Corn, the Washington bureau chief...Show More Summary
What a huge bummer. David Corn is the guy who broke the 'Steele Dossier' story, and did a great job of it. (more…)
Big news! Unknown hackers breached the Trump Organization. Trump's company didn't find out for four years. Ad there's a connection to Russian servers! https://t.co/rzL7Ka1jlv — David Corn (@DavidCornDC) November 2, 2017 David Corn and AJ Vicens at Mother Jones have the details. Four years ago, the Trump Organization experienced a major cyber breach that could […]
AM Joy panelists talked about the anger of NY Times reporter Maggie Haberman over attorney Mark Elias "lying" about the Fusion GPS dossier. (Just want to point out here that we don't know exactly how the reporter worded the question, but whatever.) "There's all this anger. Show More Summary