‘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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Controversial Democrat helps on border bill

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Alan Gomez, reporter covering immigration issues for USA Today, talks with Steve Kornacki about controversial Congressman Henry Cuellar working with Senator John Cornyn on a border funding bill that can actually pass the current, recalcitrant Congress.

$7 billion just ‘the cost of doing business’

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Andrew Ross Sorkin, New York Times columnist and author of "Too Big to Fail," talks with Steve Kornacki about why the Justice Department's settlement with Citigroup is not a case of justice served.

Remember when Christie was a straight talker?

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Steve Kornacki reminds viewers of when New Jersey governor Chris Christie emphasized plain-spoken candor as elemental to his political identity.

Sudden shyness as Christie prepares for 2016

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Steve Kornacki reports on an apparently sudden unwillingness by Chris Christie to be free and candid with his opinions on major national issues, indicating a new political sensibility as he prepares a likely run for president in the next election.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Cafeteria worker

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Steve Kornacki shares FOIA'd documents from the CIA containing complaints about the CIA cafeteria.

Another busy Monday

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Bill Wolff, executive producer for The Rachel Maddow Show, previews Monday’s show, guest hosted by Steve Kornacki and featuring coverage of the immigration crisis and the crisis in the CIA cafeteria.

GOP wary of Boehner lawsuit backfiring

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Ryan Grim, Washington bureau chief for the Huffington Post, talks with Ari Melber about why Speaker Boehner chose an element of Obamacare as the basis of his lawsuit against President Obama when Obamacare is showing so many signs of success for Americans.

Citizenship easier for long dead hero

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Ari Melber points out a movement in Congress to grant citizenship to a Revolutionary War hero who died 200 years go, and points out that Congress has failed to move the ENLIST Act to make military service a path to citizenship for actual living people.

An Emmy for President Obama?

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Ari Melber reports that the episode of Between Two Ferns featuring President Obama is nominated for an Emmy, putting the president on a potential path to a rare "EGOT" (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), after his audiobook Grammy.

Election politics cast shadow on border funds

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John Stanton, D.C. bureau chief for Buzzfeed, talks with Ari Melber about whether Congress will pass President Obama's request for more funds to help at the border and how the politics of the coming 2014 elections will shape what ultimately passes.

GOP redistricting scheme blocked by court

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Deirdre Macnab, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida, talks with Ari Melber about her organization's victory in court against a Republican redistricting scheme to reduce Democratic representation in Congress.

Dead men dodge no drafts

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Ari Melber reports on a clerical mistake in Pennsylvania that led to 14,000 notices being sent to (dead) men born between 1893 and 1897, telling them to register for the military draft.

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