Saturday, November 25, 2017

Turkey’s Torrid Love Affair With Michael Flynn

Donald Trump’s Twitter fights since January 20 (non-political edition)

White House officials discuss Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner departing by 2018

JUST IN: Trump angry with Ivanka for condemning Roy Moore

Conservatives growing increasingly angry at Mueller as Trump-Russia probe continues

BREAKING: Tom Arnold is callingout Two Trump Associates, AJ Benza & David Pecker on Twitter, claiming there is a tape in which Trump assaults a woman in an elevator similar to the "Ray Rice Tape". He's calling people out live

Hate crimes in the United States have increased to a point not seen in recent history, according to a statistical report released by the FBI

Someone needs to tell this guy that real Americans fight and defeat Nazis. Being a Nazi sympathizer should never be “normal” in our country. Period

‘Elitists, crybabies and junky degrees’: America's political divide on higher education

Historic turnout of young voters in Virginia election poses problem for Republicans

JUST IN: Trump privately claiming infamous "Access Hollywood" tape isn't authentic: report

Diplomats Sound the Alarm as They Are Pushed Out in Droves

Vladimir Putin could secretly be one of the richest men in the world — an investigative reporter who spent 4 years in Russia explains

Congratulations @vkaramurza for receiving the Magnitsky Award. You are a brave and honorable man standing up to Putin and advocating for the Magnitsky Act after two assassination attempts.

How Trump is slowly destroying America's national security agencies

Jared Kushner’s Vast Duties, and Visibility in White House, Shrink

POLITICO Money podcast: Get smart on the tax debate

The Senate tax bill's chances got a big boost this week

Warren: Trump "can't override" the law by appointing Mulvaney head of consumer protection bureau

Tillerson's State Department has fired or demoted most African American and Latino diplomats: repor

Russia's Putin signs 'foreign agents' media law

Trump tells Turkey the United States will stop arming Syrian Kurds -- one of the best allies in the ISIS fight

The real reason Trump cares so much about the Time cover

Prague appeals court allows Russian hacker extradition to US

Flynn could prove to be key asset in Mueller's U.S. campaign probe, sources say

FCC chairman defends net neutrality repeal plan

Germany's Merkel eyes Social Democrats in bid to form government

Ex-Obama adviser: Trump has done more to disrespect our country than any football player

For Kushner, Israel Policy May Be Shaped by the Personal

Multiple sources with links to UK intelligence say Theresa May will be warned the #Brexit referendum was so corrupted by Russian money and influence as not to be 'free and fair'

The head of Trump’s Election Commission is holding a fundraiser with the head of the Trump’s businesses

Celeste Wallander says she first understood Russian disinformation when flight MH-17 was shot down.

Times Square

The @newyorker has you covered @realDonaldTrump

Republicans are sneaking right-wing social policies into their corporate tax cut

President Trump's earliest appearance in Panama Papers revealed

Donald Trump Jr. meets scrutiny of his Russian contacts with defiance

Poll: Plurality supports House tax plan, but many expect to pay more

Alexei Kulikov was charged with looting a small Moscow bank. But his trial turned into a window on the shadowy—and seemingly uncontrollable—world of money laundering in Putin’s Russia.

Obama ethics czar: Flynn will give Mueller all the dirt on Kushner

One of Pres. Trump's lawyers tells CBS News that Michael Flynn may be arranging a plea deal

Trump's judicial picks: 'The goal is to end the progressive state'

Franken issues Thanksgiving Day apology, pledges to regain constituents' trust

37 of 38 economists said the GOP tax plans would grow the debt. The 38th misread the question.

Tom Arnold about to speak up?

BREAKING: Canadian hacker charged with helping Russia's FSB hack Yahoo - affecting 500 million accounts

Following in the footsteps of Putin, Erdogan, Orban and Kaczyński, Trump and the GOP want to stack the courts so they can ignore the Constitution

Need the WALL, need the BAN! God bless the people of Egypt. — Donald J. Trump

How December Could Make or Break the Trump Presidency

The killing of hundreds of mosque worshippers in Egypt suggests that the Islamic State could be turning even more reckless and radical with the loss of its caliphate

Consumer watchdog chief quits, names successor; Trump announces different appointment

Newman’s Own tax break

"I know what you do," Trump told Pelosi. "You’re somebody that gets things done, better than anybody."

Mueller Probe Looks at Mike Flynn’s Work on Documentary Targeting Exiled Turkish Cleric


Happy thanksgiving to this woman only

"The cover-up is more interesting than the accident," said a physicist about a mysterious radiation cloud

FCC net neutrality process "corrupted" by fake comments and vanishing consumer complaints, officials say

Study finds that after the 2016 presidential campaign, Americans could barely stand to look each other in the eye

“Sessions is methodically reshaping the Justice Department to reflect his nationalist ideology and hard-line views...”

The President is incorrect about how we choose Person of the Year. TIME does not comment on our choice until publication, which is December 6.

Holder: Gerrymandering threatens US democracy

Former Attorney General Eric Holder talks with Rachel Maddow about the project he and former President Obama are working on to counter Republican gerrymandering and level the electoral playing field to make elections more about ideas.

Clinton: U.S. needs people around Trump to restrain him

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump's weakness to his own emotional impulses and why the best hope for the United States during the Trump administration is that the people around him keep his reactive personality contained.

Trump administration bias against State wastes valuable resource

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talks with Rachel Maddow about the value of the U.S. State Department and how the Trump team's bias against international institutions robs the American people of a vital resource.

Trump fails to keep proper distance from Justice Department

Former Attorney General Eric Holder talks with Rachel Maddow about the necessity of a wall between the Department of Justice and the president and the risk Donald Trump takes by ignoring that particular tenet of American government.

Attorneys general often a proxy for presidential scorn

Former Attorney General Eric Holder talks with Rachel Maddow about the particular scorn directed at people who hold the attorney general position, especially from a particularly paranoid slice of the American public.

Women lead backlash against Trump, whether U.S. is ready or not

Rachel Maddow looks at how the election of Donald Trump motivated women to action in protest and also in running for political office, and replays a portion of her earlier discussion with Hillary Clinton about how America responds to a woman running for office.