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Cory Booker: Peace is not merely the absence of violence, it's the presence of justice

Cory Booker: Peace is not merely the absence of violence, it's the presence of justice

Sen. Booker remembers the first conversation he and his parents had about police: “I wish we lived in a nation that 30+ years later there weren’t still hundreds of thousands of parents feeling like they have to teach their black boys how not to get killed by police.”Read More

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Rev. Sharpton: We will protest until all 4 officers are arrested

Rev. Sharpton: We will protest until all 4 officers are arrested

Rev. Al Sharpton, host of MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation” and president of the National Action Network, says the charges against officer Derek Chauvin “do not nearly answer the call for justice” in the case of George Floyd’s killing.Read More

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'There was no warning whatsoever': Police shoot tear gas toward protesters, MSNBC crew

'There was no warning whatsoever': Police shoot tear gas toward protesters, MSNBC crew

Ali Velshi and his crew are hit by tear gas while reporting from the George Floyd protests in Minneapolis.Read More

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Chicago mayor sets curfew, expresses 'total disgust' as protesters come 'armed for all-out battle'

Chicago mayor sets curfew, expresses 'total disgust' as protesters come 'armed for all-out battle'

Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot announces a curfew from 9 p.m. till 6 a.m. until further notice. Light foot expressed her "total disgust" at the amount of protesters "who came to today's protest armed for all out battle." Lightfoot added, "You don't come to a peaceful protest with a bowling ball or a hammer ... I'm here to call you out."Read More

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Protesters gather outside White House on Friday night

Protesters gather outside White House on Friday night

Protests over the death of George Floyd have continued throughout the day near the White House. NBC 4's Shomari Stone reports.Read More

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Floyd's brother: Trump 'didn't give me the opportunity to even speak'

Floyd's brother: Trump 'didn't give me the opportunity to even speak'

Philonise Floyd, George Floyd's brother, calls for the murder charge against former Officer Derek Chauvin to be changed to 1st-degree murder. He goes on to say President Trump didn't give him "the opportunity to even speak" during their conversation.Read More

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Barr blames 'far-left extremist groups' for violence amid George Floyd protests

Barr blames 'far-left extremist groups' for violence amid George Floyd protests

Attorney General William Barr spoke about the death of George Floyd and the protests across the country. He blamed "anarchic" and "far-left extremist groups" for the violence that has taken place.Read More

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Team Trump can't keep its story straight on potentially dangerous drug

Team Trump can't keep its story straight on potentially dangerous drug

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 29, 2020, 3:20 PM UTCBy Steve BenenOn Wednesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci said what others in the Trump administration had not: the evidence shows hydroxychloroquine is for the coronavirus. Yesterday morning, Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie told Congress his department is in the process of of the potentially dangerous drug when treating COVID-19 patients.This comes the same week as NBC News that the World Health Organization suspended a trial of hydroxychloroquine, fearing the medication may put patients in even greater danger. All of this, of course, comes on...

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Trump forgets a key rule: don't make up discussions with real people

Trump forgets a key rule: don't make up discussions with real people

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 29, 2020, 4:44 PM UTCBy Steve BenenAt a White House event yesterday, a reporter asked Donald Trump about his concerns regarding border tensions between India and China. The president briefly reflected on his belief that "they like me in India," and his affection for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, before ."They have a big conflict going with India and China. Two countries with 1.4 billion people. Two countries with very powerful militaries. And India is not happy, and probably China is not happy. But I can tell you, I did speak to Prime Minister Modi. He's...

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Despite pandemic, Trump abandons ties with World Health Organization

Despite pandemic, Trump abandons ties with World Health Organization

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 29, 2020, 8:12 PM UTCBy Steve BenenDonald Trump has spent the better part of his presidency lashing out at some of the leading global institutions that help represent the pillars of international stability. Over the course of his term, the American president has lashed out at bodies such as the United Nations, NATO, the European Union, and the World Trade Organization as foes, fools, or frauds.The World Health Organization, of course, the list, and today, Trump announced his intention to abandon support for the WHO altogether. The Associated Press :President...

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Joe Biden: 'More than one African-American woman' being considered for VP

Joe Biden: 'More than one African-American woman' being considered for VP

Former VP Joe Biden says there is definitely "more than one African-American woman" being considered to join his ticket as Vice President.Read More

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Colleges considering learning ‘cocoons,’ where students learn and live in same building

Colleges considering learning ‘cocoons,’ where students learn and live in same building

How are colleges and universities preparing for a fall semester during the ongoing pandemic? College presidents from Howard University and Rice University join Steve Kornacki.Read More

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White House's McEnany also votes by mail, slams voting by mail

White House's McEnany also votes by mail, slams voting by mail

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 27, 2020, 6:46 PM UTCBy Steve BenenAt a White House press briefing in early April, Donald Trump denounced mail-in balloting as "horrible" and "corrupt." It led a reporter to remind the president of an inconvenient detail: in the most recent election cycle. Offered a chance to reconcile the contradiction, it didn't go well."Sure, I can vote by mail," . "Because I'm allowed to."The trouble, of course, is that many Americans also want to be allowed to. The president, apparently fearing the consequences of expanding voting access in his own country, has nevertheless...

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Pompeo tries to deal with the results of a failing Iran policy

Pompeo tries to deal with the results of a failing Iran policy

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 28, 2020, 2:16 PM UTCBy Steve BenenOver the last couple of weeks, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has faced a harsh spotlight and confronted , including a controversy in which the Kansas Republican fired an independent watchdog that was investigating him. Yesterday, however, we were reminded that the cabinet secretary is burdened by policy failures, too.Two years ago, Donald Trump, for reasons the American president struggled to explain, withdrew from the international nuclear agreement with Iran, but the White House left one element of the policy in place. Under...

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Trump attacks and deflects as U.S. COVID-19 deaths top 100,000

Trump attacks and deflects as U.S. COVID-19 deaths top 100,000

On the day the confirmed U.S. death toll from the coronavirus reached the grim milestone of 100,000, the president spent his morning attacking his critics and more before heading to Florida and touring a NASA facility without wearing a face mask.Read More

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Coronavirus crisis a national story made of local outbreaks

Coronavirus crisis a national story made of local outbreaks

Rachel Maddow looks at Alabama as an example of a place not usually in the spotlight of American national media but informing a key part of the national coronavirus story as a surge in cases puts a strain on hospital resources.Read More

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See the chilling virus warnings Trump ignored – before pandemic outbreak

See the chilling virus warnings Trump ignored – before pandemic outbreak

The coronavirus has upended most of the world, but there were key warnings about pandemics in general, and the virus specifically, that were often ignored, downplayed or even punished. MSNBC’s Ari Melber documents this crucial history – and what can be learned from it now – in this exhaustive special report spanning years of expert research, warnings and even the fateful final months as the virus approached the U.S. early 2020. Melber also discusses a "Cassandra effect," where some experts who got it right were sidelined and faced alleged retaliation by the Trump Administration.Read More

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Why Trump lies so aggressively about the integrity of US elections

Why Trump lies so aggressively about the integrity of US elections

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 27, 2020, 3:13 PM UTCDonald Trump continued his campaign against postal balloting yesterday, peddling a familiar series of discredited claims via Twitter, and that the 2020 election cycle in his own country "will be a Rigged Election." What made this latest effort to mislead the public notable, however, was what the social-media platform chose to do about it.For the first time, Twitter yesterday added to the president's dishonest missives, alerting the public to the fact that Trump's claims are "misleading." Predictably, the president isn't responding well,...

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Congressman says Trump criticisms of him are an attempt to distract

Congressman says Trump criticisms of him are an attempt to distract

Rep. Conor Lamb, D-Pa., pushes back against recent criticisms of him by the president, saying they are another effort to distract from the real issues. Rep. Lamb also discusses his service and the impact of the coronavirus on western Pennsylvania.Read More

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Some states slow to understand dynamics of coronavirus spread

Some states slow to understand dynamics of coronavirus spread

Rachel Maddow looks at some areas of the U.S. where the coronavirus is spreading, putting a strain on local hospital systems, and yet the state governments are oblivious to why cases continue to rise.Read More

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Targeting science again, Trump ponders whether to 'use insulin'

Targeting science again, Trump ponders whether to 'use insulin'

Get the Msnbc newsletter.May 27, 2020, 1:19 PM UTCBy Steve BenenBy all appearances, the point of yesterday afternoon's White House event was to announce a program to cap copay costs for Medicare recipients who rely on insulin treatments. But many of those who saw the display in the Rose Garden were struck not by what the president announced, but rather by about insulin.President Donald Trump pondered on Tuesday whether he should be taking insulin, a hormone typically prescribed to diabetics, during an announcement for a plan which would aim to drastically reduce the price of insulin for...

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Speaker Pelosi: We need to test with a strategy

Speaker Pelosi: We need to test with a strategy

Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the need for COVID-19 testing plan: “Testing with a strategy, testing with a timetable, with benchmarks and milestones. …This is essential, and it is such a disappointment that we have not made the decision at the executive branch.”Read More

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Trump rages at Twitter after fact-check of his false mail ballots tweet

Trump rages at Twitter after fact-check of his false mail ballots tweet

The president is falsely accusing social media giant Twitter for attacking free speech after it hit one of the president's tweets on mail ballots with a fact-check for the first time. Philip Rucker joins to discuss.Read More

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OSHA 'missing in action' as coronavirus threatens U.S. workers

OSHA 'missing in action' as coronavirus threatens U.S. workers

David Michaels, former OSHA administrator, talks with Rachel Maddow about the lack of response from OSHA under the Trump administration to the danger posed to workers by the spread of the coronavirus.Read More

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Widower asks Twitter to delete Trump’s conspiracy tweets

Widower asks Twitter to delete Trump’s conspiracy tweets

A widowed husband says the president has “perverted” his wife’s death for “perceived political gain”Read More

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