AM Joy's panel discussion of the danger in which we find Roe had Lizz Winstead making an understated point about white women that should be made LOUDLY.
On AM Joy Saturday, Amandi urged Congressional leadership not to wait for 2020 to settle anything Trump-related.
Calling Mitch McConnell "The Grim Reaper," Rep. David Cicilline stood by the bill passed by the House banning discrimination against LGBTQ citizens, even though it's likely to die in the Senate.
It's not like Fox and Friends has any interest in helping brown people enter our country. Trump says the "crisis" is the brown people "invading," and like trained dogs, the sycophants at Fox follow right along.
Alexi McCammond joined Nicolle Wallace's panel to offer some advice to all the current and future white guys running for president.
Georgia's fiercest voting rights advocate is still considering her options for 2020.
During the Congressional Oversight Hearing on white supremacy, witnesses explain to Rashida Tlaib the many ways in which Trump has put out the welcome mat to white supremacy and white nationalism all over the country.
Pamela Turner was on the ground after a struggle when the cop shot his gun five times, hitting her at least once and killing her.
Emotional state Senator Singleton told Alabama Senate they told his daughter, "You don't matter to the State of Alabama" with passage of draconian abortion law.
John King's panel discuss the impact of the freshman Rep.'s reflections on the Holocaust and her personal connection to its impact on her family.
Hallie Jackson's panel seemed stymied by the voter who DIDN'T prefer Biden.
All Republicans have ever cared about is themselves anyhow. David Gura's panel dissected Don McGahn's motives.
Rudy Giuliani told Shannon Bream his trip to the Ukraine was cancelled. Darn it.
Women are so very, very tired. If men could get pregnant, you could get an abortion at Starbucks.
Appearing on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Anne Hathaway explained how the movie she's promoting was originally rated R.