‘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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Engel: Iraq headed for civil war

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Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about conditions in Iraq and what the future is likely to hold, and considers the safety of what is likely thousands of Americans still in Iraq at the sprawling US embassy.

Re-invade Iraq? The US has been here before.

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Rachel Maddow looks back at examples of the challenges of transitioning from a state of war to a stable government and questions whether the United States wants to commit itself militarily to propping up governments in Iraq and Afghanistan indefinitely.

Accountability lacking at border agency

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John Stanton, Washington bureau chief for Buzzfeed, talks with Rachel Maddow about the opacity of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and reveals that the head of the agency's internal affairs office was fired just as he was due to testify before Congress.

Duck calls, southern drawls and basketballs

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Rachel Maddow previews an upcoming segment by revealing the incongruous ingredients: Duck Dynasty, Bobby Jindal, and basketball.

Reproductive health options dwindle in South

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Rachel Maddow reports on a new law signed by Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal that imposes restrictions on abortion providers that will likely force almost every clinic in the state to close, and put doctors at risk by publishing personal information.

Thursday night lights

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Bill Wolff, executive producer of the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of Thursday’s show.

How to recognize a political shocker

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Rachel Maddow offers a history of shocking election upsets and proposes a matrix of criteria for determining whether an election is, in fact, a shocker, pointing out that Eric Cantor's loss to a primary challenger bears all the hallmarks.

Unpopularity real reason for Cantor downfall

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Rachel Maddow points out that contrary to the overwhelming conclusion drawn by election night analysis, polls show voters in Eric Cantor's district are not especially opposed to immigration reform. They do, however hold Cantor in low regard.

Lesson in Cantor loss: tea party here to stay

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Frank Rich, writer-at-large for New York Magazine, talks with Rachel Maddow about the political clout and staying power of the tea party element of the Republican Party despite a series of establishment GOP wins in recent elections.

Congress poised to pass veterans health bill

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Rachel Maddow reports on the passage of veterans health care bills in Congress, all but assuring the problem will be address with legislation. Only Senators Jeff Sessions, Bob Corker, and Ron Johnson voted against it.

Cantor leaves legacy of failed rebranding

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Sam Stein, Huffington Post political editor and White House correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about Eric Cantor's track record of rebranding the Republican Party without making any substantive changes to the party's positions on issues.

Debunktion Junction: Second to none edition

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Rachel Maddow sorts fact from fiction in stories from the day's news, including the true winner of a Democratic primary in Nevada, and Eric Cantor's pollster of dubious merit.

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