President Obama shows off his comedy chops and touts healthcare.gov on Funny or Die’s web show. Co-creator Scott Aukerman explains what went on behind-the-scenes.
New data indicates Obamacare might be helping to drop the rates of uninsured Americans, but that hasn’t kept Republicans from trying to dismantle law yet again.
President Obama succumbed to Zach Galifianakis on ‘Between Two Ferns,’ answering questions about the Olympics, health care, and “same-sex divorce.”
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As Texas’ anti-abortion law goes into effect, the impact is being felt hardest among those who cannot afford it. Heather Busby from NARAL Texas and Carolyn Jones from The Texas Observer join Karen Finney to discuss.
In cities like Atlanta, Phoenix and Las Vegas, Wall Street is moving into the rental market for single family homes, a new trend that is raising concerns among housing advocates. Josh Barro, David Cay Johnston, Laura Gottesdiener, Dorian Warren and Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., join to discuss.
The Princeton Review’s Robert Franek, Baruch College’s Brian Murphy, William Hiss, former Dean of Admissions at Bates College and NBC education correspondent Rehema Ellis join to discuss how the overhaul to the SAT will affect students.
Across the country, abortion clinics are being forced to close. But it’s a different story in California. Here’s why.
Why did we really invade Iraq? Rachel Maddow explores the question with her new documentary “Why We Did It”.