New York Attorney General Letitia James talks to Alicia Menendez about leading a multi-state coalition challenging Texas' abortion ban during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already been overturned and re-instated by federal courts.
Coronavirus whistleblower, Navy Captain Francis Crozier, who was dismissed after attempting to protect the women and men under his command from the spread of the pandemic, is discussed by Rep. Ruben Gallego--an Iraq war vet.
The coronavirus pandemic's disproportionately higher impact on communities of color is discussed by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) who tells Joy Reid 'institutional racism' in healthcare and the economy is likely partially blame.
Jared Kushner's statements on who controls the national stockpile of medical supplies have sparked outrage, as many people believe he implied that the precious resources needed to fight the coronavirus pandemic belong to the federal government and not
The Coral Princess, a cruise ship that has passengers who tested positive for coronavirus, has docked in Florida. Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, D-Fla., talks to Alex Witt about how her district is handling these ships docking with patients on board.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio discusses the coronavirus outbreak in his city, as deaths from the pandemic start to surpass 2,000, telling Joy Reid, 'this is like the equivalent of being in a war.'
The Centers for Disease Control is now recommending that people wear non-medical face coverings when they go out in public. Medical experts say N95 and surgical masks should be left to health care workers, but for general use, a bandana or homemade mask
While Trump has referred to himself as a 'wartime president' as the nation deals with the coronavirus pandemic, he has repeatedly shifted blame to governors describing the federal government as a 'backup' to states.
Robert Reich tells Ali Velshi that the Trump administrations decision to exempt small businesses from providing paid leave to 75% of workers puts them in an impossible position to choose between going to work or missing a paycheck. He also discusses
Rachel Maddow points out for Donald Trump the failures of the George W. Bush administration in dealing with the disaster of Hurricane Katrina and encourage him to recognize his own administration's fecklessness as COVID-19 is killing thousands of
Chairman Adam Schiff tells Ali Velshi that Donald Trumps late-Friday-night firing of the Inspector General who flagged the whistleblower complaint to Congress is the president retaliating against the people that are on his enemies list.
Lt. General Russel Honore, commander of Joint Task Force Katrina, on Jared Kushner saying that distributing lifesaving materials from the federal stockpile is not the government's job: He doesnt know what the hell hes talking about. Hes totally
As people adjust to life during the coronavirus pandemic, many artists are performing from home, speaking out and even releasing new work, as Grammy-nominated rapper Jeezy discusses in this new interview with MSNBCs Ari Melber. Jeezy discusses how times