Rachel Maddow continues her discussion with Senator Elizabeth Warren about student loans, why the United States should invest in education, and what is possible for the “American Family.”
Rachel Maddow discusses President Obama’s recent promise to extend clemency to potentially hundreds of drug offenders currently serving harsh sentences, and the overhaul to the presidential pardoning process that will precede it.
Take a look at msnbc.com’s latest photo essay: The Arctic’s devastating transformation
(Photos by Camille Seaman)
Republicans in states across the country are refusing to accept the free federal money that could expand health care access to some of their neediest residents by expanding Medicaid, and that battle is heating up in Louisiana.
After decades of explosive growth, the cost of health care has climbed at a snail’s pace over the past three years. As the White House boasted this week, per-capita medical spending is now rising at just a third the rate the country has seen for the past half century.
Recently-fired Latta, SC Police Chief Crystal Moore says she was let go because she is openly gay. The mayor who fired her tells us otherwise. Crystal Moore speaks exclusively with MSNBC’s Craig Melvin. And, HRC’s Sarah Warbelow explains why in most states getting fired for your sexual orientation is perfectly legal.
Mike Barnicle reflects on the tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombings and explains why everyone participating or watching the marathon today “are all winners.”