Instead of taking up the immigration legislation that received 68 votes in the Senate, the House GOP is now likely to advance individual elements of reform as separate bills, a piecemeal approach that threatens to stretch the process well into the fall... watch
On Saturday's Up with Steve Kornacki, we'll start with the very latest on the George Zimmerman trial, where the jury is deliberating. We'll also cover the latest in the immigration reform negotiations in the House and the grim prospects for any big legislation in the age of Congressional obstructionism. read more
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano said Friday that she will resign to become the next president of the University of California system. She will be the first female president in the system’s history.
Napolitano confirmed in a statement that she will leave department after heading the office for more than four years. Napolitano attended Santa Clara University. Before serving two terms as governor of Arizona, she served as U.S. attorney for the District of Arizona and as the state’s attorney general. read more
Just as Ohio's Gov. John Kasich quietly signed a budget including many anti-abortion measures, it seems a trend of under the radar attempts to chip away at women's health rights is emerging. Steve Kornacki and the Up panel wonders if this is indicative... watch
Donita Judge, Dave Weigel, former Rep. Brad Miller, and Jim Morrill join Steve Kornacki to discuss the recent move by Republicans in North Carolina to slip in anti-abortion restrictions into an anti-Sharia bill, then talk about what happens when... watch
Steve Kornacki breaks down why the idea of Rick Perry for president isn't entirely farfetched for 2016, with one small caveat: until his "oops" moment during the Republican primary in 2012 is replaced as everyone's first thought of the Texas Governor,... watch
While the GOP has pushed back against assertions that it needs to appeal to minority groups, the Up panel talks about why even just courting white voters will require some shift of message from within the Republican Party. watch