In episode 6, Gaslit Nation continues its look at the decades of American crises that gave rise to Trumpism and paved the way for Russian interference in our democracy.
If Republicans were true patriots, they'd go to the mat for the country, not for a corrupt, morally bankrupt president. So why are they hedging?
Trump and his cronies wanna yuk it up? Ok, fine. But can we move this comedy venue somewhere more appropriate, like, behind bars, forever?
We are not witnessing a hysterical political game but an international corruption ring with a clear ally in the Oval Office.
Are the Russian nationals solely to blame for election interference? Or have we allowed our news media to become useful idiots?
The former national security adviser, who's pleaded guilty for lying to the FBI, promises to do the most damage to the Trump administration to date. But how much … and who's next?
Indictment charges for Manafort and Gates, a guilty plea from Papadopoulos—it seems like a promising start. But what does it all mean? Our legal adviser breaks it down.
With Friday's news of pending indictments, No. 45 naturally resonded with a nearly hysterical tweetstorm. Meanwhile, the White House continued to unravel policies. Here’s what you missed.
While the fourth largest U.S. city drowned this week, Trump proved his incompetence handling a natural disaster. Meanwhile, a lot of other really important news happened. Here’s what you missed.
While the chaos POTUS Trump was busy weaponizing his smartphone and 140 characters against Mika, Joe and the news media, actual stuff happened.