On last night’s episode of The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow suggested that that part of what was interesting about her scoop of publishing Donald Trump’s 2005 tax returns was how... uninteresting it was. The story, which ran Tuesday night and revealed that Trump paid $38 million in…
In January, President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Kellyanne Conway told CNN in no uncertain terms that her boss would be flouting presidential convention by not releasing his tax returns. On Tuesday night, Rachel Maddow revealed one document — his 1040 from 2005— courtesy of investigative reporter David Cay Johnston…
Kellyanne Conway (a.k.a. the new Paul Manafort) (a.k.a. the new, new Corey Lewandowski) appeared on The Rachel Maddow Show on Wednesday evening, presumably to speak about policy matters more eloquently than could, say, her gelatinous heap of a candidate, Donald Trump.
A recent poll suggests that some Americans like Clinton, some like Trump, and some like the idea of a giant ball of dust and ice destroying us all where we stand. As the kids say: Me af.
In a scenario that I have previously dreamed about, Massachusetts senator and all-around BAMF Elizabeth Warren officially endorsed Hillary Clinton on Thursday night’s episode of The Rachel Maddow Show.
On Monday night’s episode of her show, Rachel Maddow excitedly introduced a man named Bill Bogert, the star of “Confessions of a Republican,” a famous, 4-minute political ad produced in 1964 for Lyndon B. Johnson’s presidential campaign. Bogert, whose 1964 self I will somewhat disrespectfully suggest is worthy of a …
During Monday night’s town hall on MSNBC, Hillary Clinton promised that, if elected president, women would make up half of her Cabinet.
On Wednesday night’s show, Rachel Maddow made an understandable error. When discussing Senator Angus King, a Maine Independent, she showed a photograph of Peter King, a Republican congressman from New York. Later in the episode, she dedicated a brief segment apologizing for the mix-up, saying:
Bernie Sanders told Rachel Maddow Thursday night that, while he’ll “strongly support” President Obama’s nomination of Judge Merrick B. Garland to the Supreme Court, he’s not that excited about it.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Rachel Maddow experiments with a new look, JoJo gets it and Sarah Michelle Geller doesn’t.
In an interview on Monday with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, Hillary Clinton was asked whether her campaign was behind the inconveniently timed and very sparse Democratic debate schedule, which both O’Malley and Sanders have implied was rigged to support Clinton.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Rachel Maddow cracks a joke, Ingrid Michaelson recalls a simpler time and Ta-Nehisi Coates is wrong....but only about the website. Fall is great.
Jezebel staff writer Hillary Crosley Coker appeared on Chris Baes last night to talk about Bill Cosby. Her segment led into Maddow. And how was your Thursday?
A couple weeks back we told you about the curious fight between an Arizona school district and science, namely the Gilbert Public Schools Governing Board's plan to rip out two pages of a high school biology textbook. Those offending pages mention the existence of contraception and abortion, and for that, of course,…
If you are an American who hates the wage gap, cares about women being allowed to make medical decisions about their own bodies and doesn't want their state to be led by a man who believes that Duck Dynasty is God's way of speaking to us, the 2014 midterm elections probably could have gone better for you.
Rachel Maddow, bastion of political information in bold frames, shared her top five punk songs to help us survive the midterm elections on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Not sure if you've noticed, but the Democrats are chasing black folks around while Colorado politicians who've long been against a women's right to…
It would seem the National Review looked up and realized that suddenly, its stockpile of liberal stereotypes were out of date. The old standbys like "latte-swilling limousine liberals" "hairy-legged radical feminists" and "effete Ivory Tower collectivists" just don't have the same punch. Meet the statistics-spewing,…
Despite the unconstitutionality of the statute, Louisiana continues to support an anti-sodomy law which has been on the books since the 1970s. This is especially troubling as allegations surfaced last year of actual enforcement of the law.