GOP House Leader Steve Scalise Courted White Supremacists
An aide to House GOP majority whip Steve Scalise admits Republican House Leader Scalise likely spoke at a 2002 conference hosted by former KKK leader "David Duke" before the Neo-Nazi/White Supremacist group. Political reporter Benjy Sarlin joins to discuss.
On Nov. 8, 2016, the Democratic candidate will start with a minimum 247 of the 270 electoral votes she needs to win. In order to shift the map, a Republican nominee would have to find a way to win Colorado and/or Virginia.
Former Obama Aide Denies He Weighed Dropping Biden
A new book asserts the idea of replacing Vice President Joe Biden with Hillary Rodham Clinton was floated in President Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, but the former White House chief of staff denies it.
Another of President Obama’s choices to fill a vacancy on a powerful appeals court was blocked by a filibuster as Senate Republicans stalled another White House nominee — the third in two weeks — and deepened a festering conflict with Democrats over presidential appointments. By a vote of 56 to 41, the nomination of Cornelia T. L. Pillard, a Georgetown law professor, fell short of clearing the necessary 60-vote threshold.
We've said goodbye to 2014. And what's next for 2015? Correspondent Wyatt Andrews discusses with Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank the progress that Republicans will have to show now that they are in charge of a very unpopular Congress.
Ferguson Shooting: Gunfire and Aftermath of Suspect on Ground
Police said they came under fire and then shot a man in Ferguson, Missouri, on Sunday night. This clip was posted by the user Search4Swag, who regularly live tweets from protests in Ferguson. The user also tweeted that he himself was under arrest, and later, that he had been released