Rachel Maddow tells the story of civil rights activist Minoru Yasui, who resisted Japanese-American internment and curfews in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Yasui will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Tuesday.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports breaking news that the U.S. State Department has issued a worldwide travel warning for Americans, citing the threat of terrorism and cautioning Americans against large crowds or crowded places.
Rachel Maddow reports on developments within the Republican race for the 2016 presidential nomination, the most significant of which is front-runner Donald Trump's insistence on a lie about thousands of Musilms celebrating in New Jersey on 9/11.moreless
Ryan Heath, senior European correspondent for Politico, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the city of Brussels has been on lockdown for three days out of fear of a terror attack, with some residents beginning to weary of the precautions.moreless
Rachel Maddow follows yesterday's reporting about Donald Trump's apparent position on tracking Muslims in the United States with new reporting on Trump's response to the controversy. His position, however remains clouded in half-answers and deflections...moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on a terror attack at a hotel in the capital of Mali and traces the recent history of terrorist activity in that part of Africa, with its oddly factional terror groups, and a terrorist leader...moreless
Rachel Maddow reports breaking news that Belgium has raised its terror alert to its highest level ever, and the Belgian government warns specifically of an "imminent threat" in the country's capital, Brussels.
Martin O'Malley, Democratic candidate for president, responds to the anti-ISIS plan that his rival Hillary Clinton presented in a speech today, and presents his own thoughts on how best to address the dangers the United States faces in the world.moreless
Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the French intelligence system succeeding in identifying potential terrorists but failed to closely monitor the most dangerous of them to prevent an attack.moreless
Vaughn Hillyard, NBC News campaign embed, talks with Rachel Maddow about his specific questioning of Republican front-runner Donald Trump about his support for the idea of creating a national database of Muslims in the U.S.moreless
Rachel Maddow presents an extended version of NBC News' Lester Holt's exclusive interview with the captain of the French assault team that raided the Bataclan club in Paris to kill the terrorists holding concertgoers hostage there.moreless
Richard Engel talks with Rachel about what is known so far about a deadly raid on an apartment housing terrorists in a Paris suburb, and what further answers authorities hope to learn as they sift through the evidence.moreless
Colonel Jack Jacobs, retired U.S. Army Colonel and medal of honor recipient, talks with Richard Engel about the effectiveness of airstrikes on ISIS in Syria and the realistic scope of a military effort to effectively eliminate ISIS.moreless
Congressman Seth Moulton, a Marine veteran and member of the Armed Services Committee, talks with Richard Engel about the need for long term political planning for Syria to work in conjunction with military efforts to eradicate ISIS.moreless
Bruno Stagno Ugarte, deputy executive director for advocacy at Human Rights Watch, talks with Richard Engel about the desperate refugee crisis in Europe, the need for American assistance, and the unfounded concerns of the American right.moreless
Malcolm Nance, former U.S. counter-terrorism and intelligence officer, talks with Rachel Maddow and Richard Engel about the particular explosive used in the vests of the Paris terrorists and what the forensics of that explosive...moreless
Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, describes the rigorous screening process for admitting refugees into the United States, which is not only objectively thorough, but contrasts starkly with the situation in Europe.moreless
Rachel Maddow shows how a series of planned, thwarted, and successful terror attacks in Europe, including the deadly attacks in Paris, all have connections to a single Belgian man, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who is already well known to authorities.moreless
Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about the context of the deadly attacks in Paris in the context of the competing interests of Islamic extremist terror organizations and rogue operatives.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on the race for governor in Louisiana in which Democratic candidate John Bel Edwards is leading Republican David Vitter by double digits and is also out-fundraising him 10 to 1.moreless
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