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Current income inequality levels as bad as during Great Depression

Current income inequality levels as bad as during Great Depression

The United States is seeing levels of income inequality we have not seen since right before the Great Depression. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by Politico Chief Economic Correspondent Ben White, former
One year later, remembering Parkland — Has anything changed?

One year later, remembering Parkland — Has anything changed?

On the one-year anniversary since the Parkland school shooting, Hallie Jackson looks at what's changed, and what has stayed exactly the same.
There have been 1,200 young gun violence victims since Parkland

There have been 1,200 young gun violence victims since Parkland

It has been one year since the senseless mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by the Managing Editor for The Trace and the Project Manager for “Since
Manafort’s plea deal voided after judge finds he lied

Manafort’s plea deal voided after judge finds he lied

A judge has found that Paul Manafort lied about his contacts with Russian Intelligence, voiding his plea deal. Stephanie Ruhle is joined by NBC News National Security and Intelligence Reporter Ken
Why gun reform laws are personal for one representative

Why gun reform laws are personal for one representative

The House Judiciary advances bill HR8, which expands background checks for gun sales. Rep. Debbie Mucarasel-Powell, D-Fla., joins Morning Joe to discuss HR8, how her life was impacted by gun violence
True to form, Trump finds a way to stiff...

True to form, Trump finds a way to stiff...

Donald Trump has spent years stiffing contractors. In the new spending deal, he did it again.
Why Paul Manafort's latest court defeat...

Why Paul Manafort's latest court defeat...

Paul Manafort didn't just lie about trivial matters; he lied to federal prosecutors about his Russian contacts, for reasons that aren't altogether clear.
South Bend mayor makes his case for 2020

South Bend mayor makes his case for 2020

As the Democratic 2020 presidential field continues to take shape, where does one hopeful, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg stand on the issues, ranging from the Green New Deal to capitalism and
Rattner breaks down impact of SALT deduction cap

Rattner breaks down impact of SALT deduction cap

One of the consequences of the 2016 election was the repeal of deductibility for state and local taxes known as SALT. Now, with the new law having been in effect for only one tax year, the impact of
GOP shows double standard in condemning anti-Semitism

GOP shows double standard in condemning anti-Semitism

In a surprise move, the House voted unanimously on Wednesday to condemn anti-Semitism, which came two days after Democratic leaders publicly condemned Rep. Ilhan Omar for tweets that were considered
Big win for Mueller probe as judge rules Manafort lied

Big win for Mueller probe as judge rules Manafort lied

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller had proved that Paul Manafort lied on three occasions and agreed the prosecutors are no longer bound by a deal to
Joe: Dems can't afford more unforced errors

Joe: Dems can't afford more unforced errors

As the president's job approval numbers rise in the latest Gallup poll to 44 percent (up from 37 percent in January), Joe Scarborough offers some advice to Democrats.
Did Trump help launch Beto O'Rourke's 2020 campaign against him?

Did Trump help launch Beto O'Rourke's 2020 campaign against him?

Did Trump's competing rally with Beto O'Rourke help the upstart Democrat's 2020 changes? We talk to Todd Gilman and Garrett Haake.
Trump: Wall is 'on its way,' will be harder to climb than Mt. Everest

Trump: Wall is 'on its way,' will be harder to climb than Mt. Everest

Trump is again talking up his border wall as Congress waits for a funding compromise with hopes that the president will sign that legislation and avert another government shutdown. We talk to Phil
Judge agrees with Mueller team and says Manafort lied on purpose

Judge agrees with Mueller team and says Manafort lied on purpose

There's new trouble for Paul Manafort as a federal judge sides with Team Mueller. We talk about what it could mean for the fmr. Trump campaign boss and the president himself with Julia Ainsley, Jeremy
Tonight's Last Word: Golfing inside the White House

Tonight's Last Word: Golfing inside the White House

The White House claims that President Trump does not use the $50,000 simulator that he had installed in the White House.
Democrats call Acting AG Whitaker back to ‘clarify’ testimony

Democrats call Acting AG Whitaker back to ‘clarify’ testimony

Lawrence unpacks three breaking news stories. A judge in Manafort's case ruled that he lied to Mueller's team as House Judiciary chair summons Matt Whitaker back to clarify his testimony, and Trump
House Judiciary passes first major gun violence bill in decades

House Judiciary passes first major gun violence bill in decades

Rachel Maddow reports on a bipartisan background check bill passing the Democratically controlled House Judiciary Committee, the first such gun violence prevention legislation to pass the committee
Manafort facing significant prison time for breaching plea deal

Manafort facing significant prison time for breaching plea deal

Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about what it means that a judge has ruled against Paul Manafort, finding he lied to investigators, violating his plea agreement with
Schiff: Mueller findings 'too big to be swept under the rug'

Schiff: Mueller findings 'too big to be swept under the rug'

Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee talks with Rachel Maddow about the American public's need to know the findings of the Robert Mueller investigation whether Donald Trump's