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In this special preview, Rachel tells you why you can’t miss MSNBC’s newest podcast, “American Radical.” In this five-part original series, host Ayman Mohyeldin explores the story of Rosanne Boyland, a woman from his own hometown who became a foot soldier in one of the most dangerous movements in America and died at the Capitol on January 6th. List…
Tonight's guests are Rep. Zoe Lofgren, member of the January 6th Committee; and Jeh Johnson, former secretary of Homeland Security and former general counsel for the Defense Department.By MSNBC
Tonight's guests are Brandy Zadrozny, NBC News senior reporter covering misinformation, extremism and the internet; and Stacey Abrams, candidate for Georgia governor.By MSNBC
Tonight's guests are Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights; Dahlia Lithwick senior editor and legal correspondent for Slate; and Rep. Bennie Thompson, chair of the January 6th Committee.By MSNBC
Tonight's guests are Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights; and Rep. Lauren Underwood.By MSNBC
Tonight's guests are Dr. David Kessler, chief science officer for the Biden administration's Covid-19 response; Will Sommer, political reporter for the Daily Beast; and Rep. Pete Aguilar, member of the January 6th Committee.By MSNBC
Tonight's guests are Gwen Keyes Fleming, former DeKalb County, Georgia district attorney; Derrick Johnson, president and CEO of the NAACP; Jean Peters Baker, prosecutor for Jackson County, Missouri; Bill Nye, CEO of the Planetary Society, also, science guy.By MSNBC
Tonight's guests are Roberta Kaplan and Karen Dunn, co-lead counsels for plaintiffs in the Charlottesville trial; and Hillary Clinton, former senator, former secretary of state, and now novelist.By MSNBC