The Pentagon has released new video showing the US launching airstrikes against Iranian-backed targets in Yemen on February 3, 2024.
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“It’s particularly notable that Trump compared himself to ‘rogue cops’ and ‘bad apples,’” says Chris Hayes on Trump’s rant demanding criminal immunity. “Trump’s theory…is that he deserves less scrutiny than the already threadbare we’ve set for police in this country.”
The U.S. military attacked Houthi targets inside Yemen for the fifth time in retaliation for attacks in the Red Sea. The Biden administration formally redesignated the Houthis as a terrorist organization. NBC News’ Richard Engel spoke with a top commander of the Houthis who claims they are at war with the U.S.
Seth takes a closer look at Trump claiming he should have complete and total immunity to break any laws he wants and the judge in his defamation trial threatening to kick him out of the courtroom.
While on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gave a meandering speech that touched on everything from ‘non-liquid gold‘ (aka corn) and the funeral for his mother-in-law.
CNN legal analyst Norm Eisen weighs in on the heated exchange between Judge Kaplan and Donald Trump that took place in court and includes the moment the judge told the twice impeached, fired ex-president, “you just can’t control yourself.”
Judge J. Michael Luttig speaks to Ali Velshi about the Supreme Court’s decision to take up the question of Trump’s eligibility and why he believes it will be “one of the most consequential Supreme Court decisions since the founding of the nation.” He also explains what many Americans get wrong about the case and what he expects the outcome of the Supreme Court’s decision to be. “The Supreme Court does not want to decide this case and they will likely look for every legitimate way possible to avoid deciding whether the former president is disqualified from the presidency. But there are very, very few, if any, off ramps that would allow the Supreme Court to avoid decision in this case. Indeed, I believe there are none. Section 3 of the Constitution simply couldn’t be any clearer.”
Donald Trump received at least $7.8 million in payments from foreign governments, during two of his four years in the White House, according to a new House report. MSNBC’s Ari Melber reports on the findings, and wider significance of legal bans on foreign payments, as foreign forces try to use money to corrupt politicians in both parties.
Buying has almost always been favored over renting when it comes to housing. For generations, the prevailing wisdom has been that renting is a waste of money. But what about now, with a tough real estate market characterized by elevated listing prices and interest rates? Geoff Bennett discussed that with David Leonhardt, author of, “Ours Was the Shining Future: The Story of the American Dream.”
From January 2019, Scott Pelley’s interview with “the oracle of AI,” Kai-Fu Lee. From this past April, Pelley’s report on Google’s AI efforts. And from this past March, Lesley Stahl’s story on chatbots like ChatGPT and a world of unknowns.
ABC News’ Jonathan Karl interviews three former Trump White House staffers on “This Week.”
Lava is flowing in Iceland (but everyone’s ok), Biden’s campaign links Trump to Hitler, Rudy Giuliani can’t keep his mouth shut after losing in court, and New York City’s current and former mayors are masters of embarrassing themselves.
A huge winter storm knocks out the power at Jimmy and The Roots’ holiday block party, but the new 2024 Ford F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid with Pro Power Onboard saves the day.
Colorado Supreme Court Rules Against Trump‘s 2024 Presidential Candidacy Under 14th Amendment Section 3
Explore the groundbreaking decision as Colorado’s Supreme Court rules against Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential candidacy, citing the 14th Amendment Section 3. Unprecedented and based on the Capitol attack, this historic verdict sets a legal precedent, barring Trump from the state’s primary. The decision prompts anticipation of a fierce legal battle and raises questions about the interpretation of the insurrection clause’s impact on presidential eligibility.
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news and make each other read jokes they’ve never seen before live on air to close out 2023.
All this year, Judy Woodruff has been exploring the deep divisions we see playing out every day in the country. She’s distilled much of that reporting into a special airing Tuesday night on PBS. For that, she recently sat down with a panel to talk through their concerns heading into another contentious election year. It’s for her series, America at a Crossroads.
John Oliver discusses Elon Musk, the influence he has over more than just his businesses, and the perfect place for him and Mark Zuckerberg to finally have that cage match.
Republican presidential candidate and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie speaks with CNN’s Jake Tapper about anti-immigration comments Donald Trump made at a campaign event.
Former President Donald Trump echoed comments made by Russian President Vladimir Putin during a campaign rally attack on President Joe Biden.
White evangelical voters helped Donald Trump win the White House in 2016 and stuck by him in 2020. Political journalist Tim Alberta sought to find out why, as that support is largely inconsistent with basic Christian values. His new book, “The Kingdom, The Power and the Glory,” offers a view of how GOP politics are transforming and fracturing the church. Alberta discussed more with Geoff Bennett.