Thursday, September 28, 2017
Schiff: House committee is assessing whether Kushner should have turned in more emails relevant to the investigation
Uh, Gary Cohn (who is worth several hundred million dollars) thinks it costs $1000 to buy a new car (or renovate your kitchen)
Top Trump economic aide defends tax plan: "People don't buy homes because of the mortgage deduction"
Too bad helicopters,military transport,portable pontoon bridges,solar generators,fuel transport & parachute drops haven’t been invented yet
Trump has a problem with Puerto Rico’s ‘massive debt’ – but $33 million of it came from his failed golf course there
Whoa. This is explosive. Republicans plan to RAISE the lowest tax rate and LOWER the highest tax rate.
Pope Francis launches two-year campaign about plight of migrants to counteract mounting anti-immigrant sentiment.
The Jones Act will make basic goods twice as expensive for Puerto Ricans as they need to be, McCain says.
Houston woman dies from flesh-eating bacteria contracted after falling into Harvey floodwaters in her home
If you're single, childless and make $19,725, Trump's "doubled" standard deduction cuts your taxes by less than $6
Maria is 'probably the single biggest hurricane catastrophe in the history of the U.S.,' says Puerto Rico governor
Read the confidential memo about the Alabama Senate race, circulated to GOP donors by Mitch McConnell's allies
Sen. Corker's retirement announcement sets off frenzy of speculation about who will try to succeed him
Even if Trump is unable to lift sanctions on Russia, he has delivered to Putin a significant victory, aided by tech companies' negligence
Facebook has faced scrutiny over the 2016 election. But Twitter may have been used more extensively by Russians.
A man waiting for gas near San Juan says "what is actually historic [about Maria] is the absence of our government."
Equifax says it will allow customers to lock and unlock access to their credit files for free -- and for life
'A very effective way to conceal' payment: We now know more about why Manafort offered private briefings to a Russian oligarch
Trump just said 6 times that Graham-Cassidy failed because “there was a senator in the hospital.” There are no senators in the hospital
New paper on Russian influence ops, exploitation of free and open societies and civic/media/historical illiteracy
Bruce Bartlett and David Cay Johnston join Lawrence O'Donnell to expose why the Trump tax plan could be a "massive tax cut" for the rich – including the Trump family.
President Trump unveiled the Republican tax plan, but immediately went off-script during his speech to share the dirty little secret of so-called tax reform when he told the crowd it was all about "massive tax cuts."
Rachel Maddow reports on the Iraqi government's crackdown on Kurds in the wake of their vote for independence, which was supported by Russia and the paid consultancy of Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort.
Gadi Schwartz, NBC News reporter, talks with Rachel Maddow about the desperate effort by Puerto Ricans to restore livability to the island, and the maddening administrative gridlock that is keeping ready help from the people who need it.
Rachel Maddow reports on the life-threatening shortages in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and how supplies and human resources are ready to help but an apparent lack of leadership of the operation has left storm victims suffering.
Caitlin Dickerson, national immigration reporter for The New York Times, talks with Rachel Maddow about how right-wing media, aided by Russian accounts, whipped a local story into an anti-immigrant, anti-Islam fake news crisis that terrorized residents of an Idaho town.
Rachel Maddow reports on the latest revelations about how Russia used social media to disrupt the 2016 U.S. election and in actively encouraging secessionist movements around the world to promote division as it tries to grow itself