‘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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ISIS unlikely to react to anything but force

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Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Steve Kornacki about how the ISIS terrorist group has gained power and territory as it has progressed in a deadly campaign, and how they are likely to respond to U.S. threats.

ISIS problem calls for regional solution

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Steve Clemons, Washington editor for The Atlantic, talks with Steve Kornacki about White House concerns of a genocide by ISIS in Iraq and the context of the Sunni and Shia tensions as they exist across international borders. 

Damaging tax cuts haunt Brownback campaign

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Dave Helling, columnist for the Kansas City Star, talks with Steve Kornacki about the war within the Kansas Republican Party over the damage Governor Brownback has done to the state's finances with deep tax cuts that failed to produce new revenue.

Torture report redactions under fire

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Senator Mark Udall talks with Steve Kornacki about efforts by the Senate Intelligence Committee to reduce the number of redactions in the CIA torture report to ensure greatest transparency when the report is made public.

Passing border bill won’t save GOP reputation

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Steve Kornacki and Roll Call editor-in-chief Christina Bellantoni discuss the border security bill that passed through the House late Friday night, and how it will affect the public’s perception of a GOP in chaos.

Senate approves Russian Ambassador nominee

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Steve Kornacki discusses how the Senate finally confirmed the U.S. Ambassador to Russia after a week of stalling on a long list of presidential appointments.

House debating second of two late-night bills

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Steve Kornacki discusses the late-night debate in the House to pass a bill that would restrict the expansion of a 2012 deferred action bill allowing undocumented children to stay in the US.

Senators call for CIA director to resign

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Steve Kornacki talks to Wall Street Journal intelligence correspondent Siobhan Gorman about the implications for CIA Director John Brennan after his admission that the agency spied on members of Congress.

‘Fancy’ weekend in store for Kentucky

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Steve Kornacki talks about the events planned for the annual Fancy Farm picnic in Kentucky this weekend, where politicians speak before roaring and raucous crowds.

DACA bill narrowly passes House

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Steve Kornacki discusses the breaking news that the House narrowly passed a bill to prevent the President from expanding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program late Friday night on a party-line vote.

GOP spikes their own border bill

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Steve Kornacki talks to Washington Post reporter Eugene Robinson about the GOP’s failure to hold a vote on their own symbolic legislation to address the border crisis.

CIA admits to hacking Senate computers

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Steve Kornacki is joined by New York Times nation security correspondent Mark Mazzetti to discuss the implications of the CIA’s admission that the agency spied on Senate computers, despite previously denying such allegations.

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