Trump Told Russia To Get Clinton's Emails. The Same Day, They Obeyed

In the morning of July 27, 2016, Donald Trump encouraged Russian hackers to find emails that had been deleted from Hillary Clinton’s private server that she used while serving as secretary of state. “I will tell you this, Russia: If you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Trump said … Read more

5-year-old boy writes his own obituary before dying from rare cancer

A five-year-old Iowa boy who suffered from a rare form of cancer penned his own obituary before succumbing to the deadly disease, WHO reports.Garrett Michael Matthias passed away on June 6 after fighting a nine-month battle against Stage 4 Alveolar Fusion Negative Rhabdomyosarcoma (ARMS), a rare form of cancer that attacked his temporal bone, cranial nerve and … Read more

Paul Manafort Mug Shot Released After Transfer To Alexandria Jail

Paul Manafort Mug Shot Released After Transfer To Alexandria JailDonald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort changed jails ThursdayDonald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort changed jails Thursday morning and, along with his new digs, got a new mug shot.Officials told The Washington Post that Manafort has been booked into the Alexandria Detention Center in … Read more

Ohio State wrestlers share emotional descriptions of alleged abuse

Former students at Ohio State University and former head wrestling coach Russ Hellickson describe misbehavior by Dr. Richard Strauss in a video that helped spark the university’s internal investigation.Watch NBC News brings its worldwide resources to these in-depth special programs. Brian Williams takes the lead in covering topics that enlighten, uplift or demand further scrutiny. … Read more

Far-Right Leader Viktor Orban Wins Hungary’s Election, Early Results Show

BUDAPEST ― Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán looks set to easily win a third consecutive term in Sunday’s election and further cement his grip on the country, according to early official results.“This has been a decisive win,” Orbán told crowds of supporters outside his party headquarters in Budapest.The country’s National Election Office projects that Orbán’s right-wing … Read more

Teen Gets Decades In Prison For ‘Murder’ Of Someone Killed By A Cop

A judge on Thursday sentenced an Alabama teenager to 65 years in prison for a series of crimes, including murder, even though a police officer was the one who actually killed the victim.Lakeith Smith, now 18, was convicted under the state’s accomplice liability law in March. Based on that law, a person can be convicted of murder … Read more

How is a subject of an investigation different from a target?

Joon Kim, former acting U.S. attorney for SDNY, explains the difference between a subject and a target of an investigation and whether Donald Trump’s lawyers will be informed if his status changes from one to the other.Watch Launched in 2008, “The Rachel Maddow Show” follows the machinations of policy making in America, from local political … Read more

Photos of the week: 3/30 – 4/6

A woman wounded three people at YouTube’s headquarters near San Francisco this week before taking her own life. Police said the shooter, Nasim Aghdam, was angry with the company because she believed it was suppressing her videos. Police had questioned Aghdam on the day of the attack after her father had warned them that she may go to the office, … Read more

Rep. Ted Lieu Urges Trump To Keep Pruitt As Symbol Of Administration's Corruption

While Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) has railed against Scott Pruitt, he quippedWhile Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) has railed against Scott Pruitt, he quipped Saturday in a tweet that President Donald Trump should keep the beleaguered head of the Environmental Protection Agency because he’s “such a great symbol” of the corruption and fraud in the president’s administration.He also asked … Read more

Pilots Warned Company Of Harnesses Before Deadly New York Helicopter Crash: Report

Pilots for the company involved in the fatal “doors-off” helicopter crash in New York City in March had reportedly warned their bosses of potential safety risks for equipment in the aircraft, according to an investigative report published Saturday by The New York Times.A company email exchange obtained by the Times revealed that pilots for FlyNYON … Read more