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Lawyer: Senators want to smear Ford without getting hands dirty

Senators' strategy shifts for Ford-Kavanaugh SCOTUS hearing

09/23/18 07:28PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui discusses with his panel the upcoming Senate Judiciary Committee testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, an allegation he denies. Lui is joined by New York University law professor Melissa Murray, who testified at Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing, Sarah... watch

Amnesty International:  U.S. needed in U.N. Human Rights Council

Will the U.S. go back to the U.N. Human Rights Council?

09/23/18 07:17PM

On the eve of the UN General Assembly, Amnesty International Secretary General Kumi Naidoo tells MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin that the U.S. withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council was “tactically idiotic” because the move basically supports the regimes the U.S. criticizes. Also joining the discussion, Joel Rubin, former deputy assistant secretary... watch

Kavanaugh/Ford Senate hearing: The unanswered questions

Questions ahead of Kavanaugh's Supreme Court hearing

09/23/18 07:07PM

MSNBC’s Ayman Moyheldin discusses the agreement between the Senate Judiciary Committee and attorneys for Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, which he denies. Ayman’s guests are NBC News political reporter Leigh Ann Caldwell, New York Times reporter Elizabeth Williamson, former Senate... watch

Strategist: Supreme Court nomination could swing midterms

Alleged Kavanaugh assault may hurt GOP SCOTUS, midterm odds

09/22/18 07:31PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui speaks to Republican strategist and MSNBC political analyst Susan Del Percio and Democratic strategist Basil Smikle about the potential political fallout from the sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. watch

Law advocate: GOP using ‘bullying tactics’ on Kavanaugh accuser

Blasey Ford able to testify in Kavanaugh nom, faces backlash

09/22/18 07:23PM

Fatima Goss Graves, CEO and President of the National Women’s Law Center, tells MSNBC’s Richard Lui that Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee have an “optics problem” when it comes to the handling of sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. All Republican committee members are men, and Graves says they... watch

Kavanaugh accuser's sister-in-law: 'No doubt she’s telling the truth'

Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s sister-in-law speaks...

09/21/18 02:02PM

In her first televised interview ever, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s sister-in-law, Sandra Ford Mendler, talks to NBC News’ Kristen Welker about Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Mendler says there is “no doubt” her sister-in-law is telling the truth and that she is “proud” of Ford’s courtage... watch

Record rainfall drenches Carolinas

Record rainfall drenches Carolinas after Florence

09/16/18 01:22PM

Tropical depression Florence downgraded, but flooding in the Carolinas remains a major concern. Record rainfall has left up to 30 inches of water in some areas. More than 13 thousand military personnel are actively involved in rescue efforts. watch

Florence victim: 'Please help us as much as you can'

Florence victim: 'Please help us as much as you can'

09/15/18 06:09PM

MSNBC’s Cal Perry is in Wilmington, North Carolina where Florence has caused flooding and damage to many homes. He spoke to a woman who said people are getting help from their neighbors without even having to ask, but that much more help is needed. watch

Roads turn into rivers as flooding continues in South Carolina

Florence turns roads into rivers in South Carolina

09/15/18 06:07PM

NBC’s Tammy Leitner gives an update from Conway, South Carolina where roads have been turned into rivers. At least eight people were killed after Hurricane Florence made landfall on North Carolina's coast on Friday. At least one person was killed in South Carolina. watch


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