Wednesday, October 25, 2017
The Trump campaign is scrambling to distance itself from Cambridge Analytica after Assange-Clinton email flap
JUST IN: Puerto Rico governor demands investigation into $300 million contract for tiny energy company
Hello: first Steele dossier story, and its Dem & GOP funding before that first reported by @DavidCornDC on 10/31/16
Sent bipartisan ltr urging @POTUS to demand Pres Erdogan to stop harassing American diplomats & respect human rights
Two of Jeff Sessions’ top contributors are entangled in a federal bribery case. He still hasn’t recused himself.
Puerto Rican officials claim the water crisis is under control. Reports on the ground tell a very different story.
In Puerto Rico, seemingly every facet of modern life—electricity, water, cell service—is still in short supply.
Exclusive: Joe Biden's planned 2016 campaign was upended by the death of his son. Why 2020 isn't off the table
Under the cover of darkness and distraction, Senate GOP just voted to rig the system against millions of American consumers.
Under the cover of darkness and distraction, @SenateGOP just voted to rig the system against millions of American consumers. https://t.co/yz5enqeS8S— Senator Dick Durbin (@SenatorDurbin) October 25, 2017
BREAKING: Senate votes to nullify rule letting consumers band together to sue banks or credit card companies.— The Associated Press (@AP) October 25, 2017
Intel agency reports: RU hackers discussed how to obtain emails from HRC's server & transmit them to Flynn via an intermediary
NEW: Graham eyeing testimony from Google, Facebook, Twitter in Judiciary - the day before they go to Intel.
42 dead, 8,400 structures burned, more than $1 billion in damage: the devastating toll of California’s wildfires
The new U.S. ambassador to Canada says when it comes to climate change she believes in "both sides of the science"
Coming up at 6am ET on @Morning_Joe, Jeff Flake discusses why he won’t seek re-election in 2018. Watch the interview next on MSNBC.
Everyone always asks: “where does Putin keep his money?”. The OCCRP has found $24B connected to his $200B stash. Putin’s not happy today
Everyone always asks: “where does Putin keep his money?”. The OCCRP has found $24B connected to his $200B stash. Putin’s not happy today https://t.co/zjjs2VJGbf— Bill Browder (@Billbrowder) October 25, 2017
Putin's family members & friends control $24bn in wealth they can't easily explain, @OCCRP & @novaya_gazeta find https://t.co/MpiylxP1n1 pic.twitter.com/v9LVwkpFrP— Alec Luhn (@ASLuhn) October 25, 2017
Questions swirl after small firm with ties to Trump admin lands multimillion-dollar Puerto Rico power contract
ANALYSIS: Sen. Bob Corker has crossed a critical threshold in questioning Pres. Trump's fitness for the presidency.
BREAKING: A Federal appeals court just ruled a teenager can have control of her own body . . . whether she is "documented" or not.
BREAKING: A Federal appeals court just ruled a teenager can have control of her own body . . . whether she is "documented" or not.— Andy Slavitt (@ASlavitt) October 24, 2017
The National Park Service Wants To Charge $70 For Admission To The Grand Canyon And Other Top Destinations
You can finally kiss promoted posts that can only be seen by the people advertisers pay to target goodbye
Rep. Schiff: "The plain fact is, sometimes what is uncovered in opposition research turns out to be true."
WSJ calls "Putin's Revenge" a "work of electric power" that's "steady in its capacity to fascinate — or enrage."
Russia's state TV: participants of a show hosted by notorious propagandist Vladimir Soloviev discuss how to cause economic crisis in the US.
GOP now wants to investigate Hillary and Russia, while refusin' to make Trump impose the Russian sanctions they passed weeks ago.
GOP now wants to investigate Hillary and Russia, while refusin' to make Trump impose the Russian sanctions they passed weeks ago.— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) October 24, 2017
Exclusive: The Clinton campaign and the DNC helped fund research that resulted in the now-famous Trump dossier
Michael Beschloss, NBC News presidential historian, talks with Rachel Maddow about Senator Jeff Flake's withering criticism of Donald Trump and whether there is any momentum behind the recent spate of Republicans speaking out against Trump.
Rep. Adam Schiff talks with Rachel Maddow about the Republican effort to discredit the Trump Russia dossier and shift attention away from Donald Trump's relationship with Russia and Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
Devlin Barrett, national security reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow about new reporting that the Trump Russia dossier, after initially being paid for by an anti-Trump Republican, was eventually paid for by the Clinton campaign and the DNC.
Rachel Maddow relays a new report from the Wall Street Journal that former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort under a federal investigation for money laundering in the Southern District of New York.