Victims of white nationalist terror fight back (and win) in court

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The Rachel Maddow Show
00:46:28 8/9/2019

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00:45:31 9/20/2019
9:00 Trump admin reverses course on deporting ailing immigrant kids 9:05 In reversal, McConnell backs new money for election security 9:06 Trump lawyers argue Trump can't be investigated or prosecuted 9:11 New details emerge as Trump fights to quash whistleblower report 9:29 Whistleblower complaint related to Trump involves Ukraine: report 9:38 Schiff slams DOJ for isolating intel community whistleblower 9:47 'He might go on to hurt someone else' 9:53 Rigorous journalism stopped Harvey Weinstein, started a movementLearn more about your ad choices. Visit
00:47:54 9/19/2019
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00:49:25 9/18/2019
9:00 Combative Lewandowski begrudgingly affirms Mueller report's truth 9:17 Intel chief escalates standoff over secret whistle-blower report 9:22 New post-debate poll shows boosts for Biden, Warren 9:29 Warren targets 'corruption right at the heart of our government' 9:42 Warren: Beyond Trump, things have been broken for a long time 9:52 Warren: Trump is dangerous and we need a new presidentLearn more about your ad choices. Visit
00:45:49 9/17/2019
9:00 Acting-DNI Joseph Maguire defies law to hide whistleblower report 9:08 White House concocts excuses to protect Trump from testimony 9:11 House probing Chao on questions of conflict with family business 9:14 8 years of Trump's tax returns sought by Manhattan D.A. 9:16 Unhealed wounds of Kavanaugh confirmation reopened by new report 9:30 Harris: Trump White House choreographed 'sham' Kavanaugh hearing 9:43 Harris: Trump military conflict with Iran 'completely avoidable' 9:53 Harris makes case against Trump's long political rap sheetLearn more about your ad choices. Visit
00:46:58 9/16/2019
On September 11, 2001, Assistant United States Attorney Rob Spencer sat in his Alexandria, Virginia office - five miles from the Pentagon - waiting to meet an FBI agent about a new extortion case. The al Qaeda attacks that day changed his life, as it changed the lives of so many people in this country.  Rob, a career federal prosecutor with deep experience in national security cases, was tasked to lead the team of extraordinary prosecutors and agents from New York and Virginia who teamed up in the case against 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, the only person ever charged and convicted in a US courtroom for his role in those horrific attacks.  Rob describes the investigation and prosecution of that remarkable, complex, and emotional case. Rob also discusses the prodigious efforts to reach out to victim families to give them a voice in the proceedings, and helps us to remember those we lost - and those we continue to lose - as a result of the 9/11 attacks.  As always, email us with any thoughtful feedback or comments at more about your ad choices. Visit
01:03:47 9/15/2019
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00:46:40 9/13/2019
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00:45:33 9/12/2019
9:00 Trump fumbles in search for fourth NSA to replace Bolton 9:02 Protesters savvy to GOP fast walk of dubious judicial nominee 9:07 Sick immigrants make case in Congress to protect medical deferral 9:23 Medically fragile immigrant appeals to Congress in fight for life 9:32 9/11 cases show superiority of criminal courts over Guantanamo 9:45 Called out, Trump nominee regrets repeating anti-Muslim myth 9:52 Trump's latest 'doozie' judge nominee struggles at confirmation 9:57 RNC keeps candidates in the dark to protect Trump support: reportLearn more about your ad choices. Visit
00:45:26 9/11/2019
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00:46:45 9/10/2019

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