‘The Rachel Maddow Show’ is a political news and opinion television program that features the eponymous host and airs daily on MSNBC. The show’s format involves interviews with guests, panel discussions, and reports of political activities. Maddow also discusses recent events with newsmakers and guest commentators. A graduate of Stanford and the University of Oxford, Rachel Maddow is known for her strong liberal views. She started her TV career in 2005 featured as a regular panelist on “Tucker.” She was also part of the team of political panelists during MSNBC’s ‘Race for the White House.’ In 2008, MSNBC announced the TV debut of ‘The ‘Rachel Maddow Show’. In addition to hosting the show, Maddow is featured as a pundit on several MSNBC programs. She guest hosted MSNBC ‘Countdown with Keith Olbermann’. ‘The Rachel Maddow Show’ runs for 60 minutes and is sometimes filmed in front of a live audience. Rachel also hosted a similarly titled radio show that aired from 2005 to 2010 over the Air American Radio network.

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Pinpoint strikes, aid drops continue in Iraq

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Courtney Kube, NBC News National Security producer, talks with Steve Kornacki about the latest U.S. actions in Iraq; the ISIS positions targeted by U.S. military strikes, and the humanitarian relief being dropped to Kurdish refugees.

US history with Iraqi Kurds long, complicated

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Steve Kornacki traces the history of the U.S. relationship with Iraqi Kurds, from the failure to deliver support to an anti-Saddam Hussein uprising during George H.W. Bush administration to President Obama's humanitarian airdrops and targeted military strikes against ISIS.

Questions of duration follow new Iraq mission

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Brian Katulis, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, talks with Steve Kornacki about the objectives of U.S. military strikes on ISIS and how far the U.S. should be willing to go to achieve those ends.

Obama utterance of ‘genocide’ draws scrutiny

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Michael Crowley, chief foreign affairs correspondent for Time magazine, talks with Steve Kornacki about what it means that President Obama used the word "genocide" in speaking about conditions in Iraq and U.S. military action against ISIS.

Will Congress back Obama on Iraq strikes?

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Steve Kornacki reviews recent objections in Congress to President Obama using the U.S. military in Iraq without explicit Congressional authorization, and wonders what the response will be when the time comes for a vote to authorize further force.

US operations in Iraq continue to develop

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Steve Kornacki reprises the reporting on developments from Iraq and advises viewers to continue watching MSNBC coverage of U.S. military and humanitarian operations in support of Iraqi resistance of advancing ISIS militants.

US completes humanitarian operation in Iraq

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Jim Miklaszewski, NBC News chief Pentagon correspondent, reports on the successful completion of a U.S. mission to send C-17s, escorted by F-16s, to drop humanitarian aid to refugees in Iraq fleeing aggression from ISIS forces.

White House considers range of Iraq options

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Jeff Mason, White House correspondent for Reuters, talks with Steve Kornacki about the options being considered by the White House to address the problem of ISIS in Iraq while keeping any military action "limited in scope."

Mitchell: ‘Wealth of Iraq at stake’

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Andrea Mitchell, NBC News chief foreign affairs correspondent talks with Steve Kornacki about the incursion of ISIS into Kurdish territory in Iraq, the relationship between the United States and the Kurds, and what's at stake if ISIS remains unchecked. 

Obama orders two operations to address ISIS

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Kristen Welker, NBC News White House correspondent, reports on the U.S. actions outlined by President Obama in his address to the nation regarding addressing ISIS aggression in Iraq and the humanitarian crisis of refugees fleeing deadly violence.

Americans wary as US military drawn to Iraq

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Paul Rieckhoff, founder and executive director of the IAVA, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, talks with Steve Kornacki about the concerns of American service members and veterans as they watch the response to the ISIS terror campaign in Iraq.

US military action in Iraq met with concern

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Patrick Murphy, former congressman and Iraq war veteran, talks with Steve Kornacki about concerns that the American military will be asked to deal with a problem in the ISIS terrorist group that really requires a political and diplomatic solution.

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