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Crowd outside Notre Dame 'petrified' watching flames

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on fire, crowd 'petrified'

04/15/19 04:34PM

Geraldine Amiel, Bloomberg Paris bureau chief, describes the sad scene in Paris as the Notre Dame Cathedral continues to burn. 400 firefighters are working to douse the flames, as a petrified crowd stands by. The French government reported they ‘may not’ be able to save the historic church. watch

Venezuelan comic: My shows are an act of rebellion, and the government will make me pay

Larry Charles and Gabo Ruiz on comedy being dangerous around...

04/14/19 06:36PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui discusses “dangerous comedy” with two comedians. Comedians around the world, Lui explains, often risk punishment from their governments. Venezuelan comedian Gabo Ruiz sees his comedy shows as an act of rebellion, he says, and believes that it’s not a matter of if the government will make him pay for his jokes, but when. watch

Legal analyst about the Mueller probe: There’s a different standard of proof for a criminal prosecution than for impeachment

Katie Phang talks Mueller's Russia probe and impeachment

04/14/19 06:29PM

MSNBC’s Richard Lui discusses the impending release of the redacted Mueller report with a panel. Legal analyst Katie Phang elaborates on the different standards of proof required for criminal prosecutions versus impeachment: In a criminal prosecution, there must be proof beyond a reasonable doubt, she says, while impeachment requires each... watch

Booker: Trump's reported offer to pardon DHS official should 'shake every American'

Booker: Trump's reported offer to pardon DHS official should ...

04/12/19 08:11PM

In an exclusive interview with Joy Reid, 2020 Democratic candidate Senator Cory Booker responds to President Trump's reported offer of a pardon to acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan if he closed the border and faced legal challenges. Booker says the report should "shake every American" that the president would... watch

AG Barr says Mueller report expected to be released 'within a week'

AG Barr says Mueller report expected to be released 'within a...

04/09/19 11:01AM

In his first congressional testimony since his summary of the special counsel's report, the attorney general said a redacted version of the Mueller report would be released "within a week," and that he is 'reviewing the conduct' the FBI's Russia probe during the summer of 2016. watch

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigns

04/07/19 06:24PM

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is resigning. In a tweet on Sunday President Donald Trump said, “Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen will be leaving her position, and I would like to thank her for her service." Kevin McAleenan, commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, will become acting secretary pending... watch

Nadler: We can't rely on what may be a hasty, partisan interpretation of facts

Nadler: We can't rely on what may be a hasty, partisan...

03/24/19 06:56PM

Rep. Nadler, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, says it is “unconscionable that President Trump would try to spin the Special Counsel’s findings as if his conduct was remotely acceptable,” demands the release of the full report, and will ask AG Barr to testify. watch

Mueller states no exoneration for Trump on obstruction, Trump claims opposite

Mueller states no exoneration for Trump on obstruction, Trump...

03/24/19 06:29PM

According to MSNBC Chief Legal Analyst Ari Melber, Attorney General Barr’s letter tries to go much farther than what Special Counsel Mueller found on obstruction. The Attorney General, who Donald Trump appointed, tries to declare that the president did not obstruct justice, despite the fact that Mueller did not try to resolve that fact. watch

Joe: If there was no collusion, why did Trump and associates lie about Russia?

Joe: If there was no collusion, why did Trump and associates...

03/24/19 05:03PM

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough notes that while findings in the Mueller report make it a “very good day for the President of the United States politically,' the question remains that if there was no collusion, then why did President Trump, his administration and his associates lie during the campaign? “I guess the answer to that may just be pure,... watch

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