Rachel reports the increasing suspicion that a spike in cases of Legionnaires' disease in Flint, Michigan, ten of which were fatal, is related to the botched change in the city's water source that has also poisoned residents with lead from corroded pipes.moreless
Michael Steele talks about attacks on Donald Trump by the Republican establishment, including Nikki Haley's response to the State of the Union Address will only serve to boost Trump's support, which is rooted in disdain for Washington Republicansmoreless
Rachel Maddow reviews the story of U.S. sailors being taken into custody by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and notes that the changing details about the circumstances of the sailors' capture calls the Pentagon's story into question.moreless
Rachel Maddow points out that for the second year in a row, the Spanish-language version of the Republican response to the State of the Union Address has included mentions of immigration reform that are not in the English-language version.moreless
Major Lisa Jaster, one of the first women to graduate from Army Ranger School, talks about what it means to her to have been the invited guest of the first lady at the State of the Union Address.moreless
Governor Daniel Malloy of Connecticut reacts to President Obama's State of the Union address and holds back when asked if he'd lend his political accomplishments to a vice presidential role in a 2016 campaign.moreless
Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews about the complex political and diplomatic environment in which U.S. sailors have been taken into custody in Iran.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on a police officer in Philadelphia being ambushed by a gunman who took at least 11 point-blank shots, hitting the officer three times before running away. The injured officer chased the shooter who was eventually captured.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on how some Republican candidates' campaigns are struggling in the days leading up to the first primary voting, with Jeb Bush turning in an abysmal likeability number, Rand Paul polling too poorly for the main debate.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on the latest developments in the 2016 campaigns, including newly announced debate criteria for the Democratic candidates that put Martin O'Malley barely over the line to qualify.
Rachel Maddow presents a mock-up for the kind of form that would be required if a new bill proposed in Missouri to require politicians to declare sex with lobbyists as a political gift actually becomes a law.moreless
Curt Guyette, an investigative reporter for the Michigan ACLU, talks with Rachel Maddow about the effort to unearth documents to find out when and what the Rick Snyder administration knew about Flint, Michigan's water toxicity problems.moreless
Senator Chris Murphy talks with Rachel Maddow about the growing momentum in the anti gun violence movement since the Sandy Hook massacre, and the political power they're building with support from President Obama.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on the racial remarks that are the latest in a string of offensive comments from Maine's governor Paul LePage, and sets them in the context of odd New England politics, including Donald Trump's visit tonight to Burlington, Vermont.moreless
Rachel Maddow discusses the scandal of the mismanagement of the Flint, Michigan water supply by appointees of the Rick Snyder administration that has left many residents with toxic, lead-tainted water.
Paul Heintz, political editor for Seven Days newspaper in Vermont, talks with Rachel Maddow about how the city of Burlington is preparing for a schedule Donald Trump rally for which there have already been 20,000 tickets issued for a 1,400 seat venue.moreless
Joe Cirincione, president of The Ploughshares Fund, talks with Rachel Maddow about the differences between difference types of nuclear weapons and why experts don't believe North Korea's claim that it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb on Tuesday.moreless
Rachel Maddow reports on a newly obtained e-mail from June of 2015, confirmed by NBC News, that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's chief-of-staff was troubled that Flint's bad water tests were not being taken seriously.moreless
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