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CIA ignores own lessons in developing torture program under Bush
Rachel Maddow tells the history of Yuri Yosenko, former KGB spy, to whom the United States apologized for torturing him when he tried to defect, and other examples of how the CIA learned that torture interrogations, while tempting, are counterproductive.
Doctor who sounded alarm keeps spotlight on Flint with new book04:21
How an immigrant's concern for kids drew a nation's eyes to Flint04:35
Trump family separation policy becomes focus of national outrage06:21
New audio gives voice to migrant kids in U.S. detention center08:40
Trump accelerates rate of taking migrant kids from parents19:35
Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort sent to jail to await trial16:52