IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Former Trump Administration Official Miles Taylor Announces Departure From the GOP

    08:45
  • Former ICC Official: “it is challenging but not impossible” to hold leaders like Putin accountable

    06:21
  • Fmr. Secretary of Education calls GOP assault on education “deeply disturbing” 

    07:12
  • Trump allies Thomas Barrack and Steve Wynn in legal trouble

    01:45
  • Madison Cawthorn loses primary battle

    07:40
  • The January 6th Committee has key new evidence ahead of their public hearings

    07:28
  • U.S. Soccer reaches historic equal pay agreement

    01:35
  • Amnesty International Secretary General says overturning Roe will have global impact

    08:36
  • Progressive candidates secure primary wins despite dark money group spending

    07:30
  • The Right’s white violence problem

    03:32
  • The New Campaign Theme In Republican Primaries

    09:28
  • Early Lessons For Progressives In The 2022 Midterms

    08:40
  • Is Turkey Being The Joe Manchin Of NATO?

    09:40
  • Rebuilding life in Ukraine as war stretches into third month

    06:01
  • Buffalo shooting suspect's alleged manifesto cites racist conspiracy theories

    08:40
  • The mainstreaming of the "Great Replacement" theory

    03:35
  • DOJ investigates Buffalo shooting as a hate crime

    05:49
  • Thousands mourn veteran Al Jazeera journalist’s death in the West Bank

    02:06
  • Finland & Sweden look to join NATO

    08:19
  • Lawmakers under fire for inflation inaction

    09:10

Debating the GOP’s double standard after Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) had another very bad week

08:08

Controversial Republican Congressman Madison Cawthorn had another very bad week. On Tuesday he was cited for bringing a loaded handgun to an airport, again, and the following day he was criticized by a senior member of his own party, when his home state Senator Thom Tillis called for a bipartisan investigation of Cawthorn for possible insider trading. MSNBC’s Zerlina Maxwell spoke to Juanita Tolliver, Eddie Glaude Jr. and Rick Wilson about the GOP’s double standard between how they handle controversial members of their party versus how they treat Democrats for far more minor offenses.