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With Gates flipped, where does Mueller go next?

With Gates flipped, where does Mueller go next?

02/24/18 04:20PM

Special Counsel Bob Mueller has obtained the cooperation of former Trump aide Rick Gates, who has now plead guilty for lying to investigators. What could Gates tell Mueller, and who might that implicate next? Former federal prosecutor Samuel Buell discusses. watch

Stoneman Douglas teacher: Arming teachers is "the most preposterous idea"

Stoneman Douglas teacher responds to idea of arming faculty

02/24/18 04:13PM

President Trump has made repeated calls for teachers to arm themselves and defend their schools in potential active shooter scenarios. Stoneman Douglas algebra teacher Shanthi Viswanathan vigorously opposes with this idea and explains her reasoning to Alex Witt. watch

Rep. Dingell: Enough politics, "let the kids be the spokesmen"

Rep. Debbie Dingell speaks out on gun safety reform

02/24/18 03:16PM

In the wake of the Parkland massacre, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell draws on the experience of losing her sister to addiction. Dingell relates her sister’s story to the way mental health is addressed in this country, and speaks about how reforms need to be approached from a more holistic, apolitical manner. watch

Fmr. Adult Film Actress on possibility of more Trump scandals: "Stormy Daniels is not the only one"

Why don't Trump affair allegations seem to stick?

02/18/18 03:48PM

Allegations of indiscretion seemingly pass right by President Trump. Why is it that the many accusations (which Trump vigorously denies) of sexual misconduct don't seem to have staying power when it comes to the president? Former adult film actress Aurora Snow discusses. watch

Rep. Lieu: Trump tweets after Mueller indictment show "consciousness of guilt"

Rep. Lieu blasts Trump's reaction to Mueller indictment

02/18/18 03:38PM

Congressman Ted Lieu is criticizing President Trump for failing to fully implement sanctions against Russia for election meddling, and for firing off what he terms "unhinged" and "desperate" tweets after Special Counsel Mueller's latest indictments in the Russia probe. watch

Sandy Hook parent: I know what Parkland survivors are feeling

Sandy Hook parent leading campaign to make schools safe

02/18/18 03:32PM

Alissa Parker, who lost her daughter Emilie to the massacre at Sandy Hook, is reacting to the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 individuals lost their lives. Parker is optimistic that reforms will be enacted to ensure that schools are a safe haven for students. watch

Fmr. Watergate Prosecutor: "Definitely" more indictments are coming

Mueller indictment has many anticipating more charges

02/18/18 03:25PM

Jill Wine-Banks, a former Watergate prosecutor, believes that Special Counsel Mueller has obtained the cooperation of a Russian disinformation operative. Will more charges follow his 13-person indictment, and who might be implicated next? Wine-Banks and Katie Phang discuss with Alex Witt. watch

Intelligence Expert: "Absolutely" Russians affected election outcome

How successful was Russian disinformation campaign?

02/18/18 03:18PM

'Reflexive control' is a psychological tactic that conditions people to react in specific and predictable ways. How did the Russians use this maneuver during their 2016 campaign to muddle the election process? Alex and her panel of intelligence experts discuss. watch

Jill Stein: Not aware of Russian effort to help my campaign

Jill Stein reacts to Mueller indictment showing Russian support

02/18/18 01:11PM

Jill Stein is reacting to Special Counsel Mueller's comprehensive indictment of the Russian campaign to influence the 2016 election. The document also details Russia's support for her, though Stein retorts that Mueller only mentions one ad, and "that's it." Does she think Russia managed to change any votes in her favor? watch

Parkland student to Congress: "This is our fight now, because you messed it up"

Parkland students organize after deadly mass shooting

02/18/18 01:09PM

Stoneman Douglas students are speaking out after their classmates were gunned down in one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history. Seniors Emma Gonzalez and Sofie Whitney are no longer waiting for a congressional response. They will helm a nation-wide protest in March where students will take to the streets to demand action on gun... watch

Rep. Garamendi: Trump "has taken no action" to protect country from Russia

Rep. Garamendi blasts Trump's response to Russia indictments

02/17/18 03:44PM

President Trump responded to recent indictments in the Russia probe by assuring his followers of "no collusion" with respect to the Trump campaign's alleged involvement. Congressman John Garamendi believes Trump's response falls far short of what is necessary to defend this country against a sustained assault on our democracy. watch

Mueller indictment begs question: what's next?

Mueller indictment begs question: what's next?

02/17/18 03:37PM

Special Counsel Bob Mueller released an indictment of 13 individuals and three companies involved in a coordinated effort to disrupt the American electoral process. The charge does not directly implicate the president or his associates, but could Mueller be making his way closer to the Oval Office? Alex and her panel discuss. watch

Stoneman Douglas Teacher: 'The kids needed me,' so I did not cry

Parkland teacher blames easy access to assault weapons

02/17/18 03:29PM

Stoneman Douglas High School teacher Melissa Falkowski recounts the harrowing experience of hiding from a teenage gunman who laid siege to her school, killing 17. Falkowski believes that regardless of the FBI's failure to follow up on a possible tip-off to the suspect, he should not have had access to an AR-15 in the first place. watch

2016 Pres. Candidate O'Malley: "Every state has a responsibility to act" on gun violence

Martin O'Malley rips country that lets kids die in mass shootings

02/17/18 03:16PM

Former Presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is denouncing American leaders who preside over a country where children die from school shootings on a semi-regular basis. He draws on his experience as Maryland's governor, where he helped pass gun safety legislation despite significant pushback. watch

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