Saturday, March 11, 2017
US Attorney Preet Bharara has indicated that he doesn't plan to resign — a move that would force Trump to fire him
"You know he has killed people in Ukraine? Knowingly" -Andrea Manafort, writing abt her father (former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort)
White House strategist Stephen Bannon led a mysterious lifestyle as he built a conservative movement
Fmr. Trump transition official this AM on MSNBC: The Trump transition "was aware" of Mike Flynn's lobbying work
Unlike House Speaker Paul Ryan, Stephen Colbert doesn't need PowerPoint to break down the finer points of the GOP's health plan.
The CIA remains under intense pressure, as WikiLeaks says it is considering releasing leaked CIA cyber weapons, if internet security professionals can determine if the data is inert.
Emily Bazelon, NYT, explns chilling relationship betwn Sessions/Bannon-their shared visceral hatred of diverse USA.
Charlie Savage, Washington correspondent for the New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about what is behind the expected and abrupt purging of 46 U.S. attorneys, particularly Preet Bharara, who would have overseen any investigations into Donald Trump's operations in New York City.
Rachel Maddow reports on the sudden, unexpected purge of 46 U.S. attorneys from the Justice Department, including Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, who has been asked personally by Donald Trump to stay on.
What we can learn from Reconstruction, Watergate, and the Clinton saga.
Congressman Eric Swalwell has launched a web page to try to connect the dots between President Trump, his inner circle and Russian officials.
Rachel Maddow reviews the dubious explanations the Trump administration has offered for its behavior toward disgraced National Security Adviser Mike Flynn and points out the glaring problems in V.P. Pence's story about what he knew about Flynn's lobbying.