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

    How a federal appeals court decision could affect hundreds of Jan. 6 cases 

    02:15
  • Lawrence: SCOTUS ‘threw out half of Trump’s appeal’ in immunity case

    09:40
  • Rep. Swalwell: Accountability coming to Trump for inciting Jan 6 insurrection

    03:55
  • How Letitia James could seize Trump assets if he doesn’t pay

    03:10
  • Lawrence: Jack Smith asks SCOTUS to move fast on Trump. Nixon case is proof they can.

    07:55
  • Trump’s bombshell move pays off? Supreme Court responds to his request to hold 'immunity' smackdown

    05:51
  • Rep. Garcia: Republicans are turning their backs on democracy

    04:15
  • Trump can be jailed in 2024: Appeals court deals nightmare blow in Jack Smith case

    09:58
  • Prof. Tribe on Trump ballot case: Colorado was doing its job applying the Constitution

    08:48
  • Lawrence: Every justice knows Clarence Thomas should have recused on Trump ballot case

    05:33
  • Judge Luttig: The most historic constitutional and political case in all of American history

    06:48
  • Lawrence: Donald Trump is not stupid enough to believe everything Donald Trump says

    12:42
  • Lawrence on Trump immunity rejection: This is the country I thought I was living in

    05:27
  • Lawrence on immunity rejection: Trump fears Chutkan presiding at his trial

    08:03
  • 'He's not above the law': Trump immunity rejected by court

    10:35
  • Lawrence: Historians’ brief teaches Supreme Court 14th Amendment’s real history

    11:34
  • Liz Cheney calls out Elise Stefanik amplifying ‘crackpot’ Jan 6 conspiracy theories

    04:55
  • Judge rips GOP for "preposterous" Jan. 6 claims, Committee Investigator weighs in

    08:27
  • Judge slams Republicans for January 6 rhetoric

    07:03
  • 'Trump, you’re next': What Peter Navarro’s sentencing means

    03:23

Republicans press partisan obstruction over 1/6 investigation they once supported

02:27

Rachel Maddow relays reporting that House Republicans are whipping against a bipartisan select committee to investigation that January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol by Donald Trump supporters, turning even the most seemingly obvious votes into an act of partisan obstruction.