Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in Russia to protest the arrest of Vladimir Putin’s highest profile critic. Opposition leader Alexei Navalny called for demonstrations after he was detained. The arrest came as Navalny returned from Berlin, where he was recovering following an attack with a deadly nerve agent. President Biden now faces the tough task of redefining America’s relationship with Russia. Joshua Johnson spoke with Former Foreign Policy Adviser to Vice President
Source: MSDNC, How will President Biden redefine the relationship between the U.S. and Russia?
Alicia Menendez, MSNBC’s host of “American Voices,” takes a look at President Biden’s actions to get America back on board with science. From re-entering the Paris Climate Accord, to mandating masks on federal property, it’s no easy task restoring Trump’s first term war against science.
Source: MSDNC, Biden working to make science great again
President Joe Biden is set to impose new travel restrictions on non-U.S. citizens who have been to South Africa. NBC News’ Monica Alba reports on what other countries will see travel bans as new Covid-19 variant concerns rise.
Source: MSDNC, Biden to impose travel ban for non-U.S. citizens traveling from South Africa amid Covid variant concerns
With the date set for the second Impeachment trial of former President Trump, impeachment manager Rep. Diana DeGette tells Ali Velshi this trial will be especially interesting to argue because “these senators – they’re not just the jury. Most of them are also victims of this crime.” She added that the case is vital because, “we have to make sure that he never holds federal office again.”
Source: MSDNC, Impeachment manager Rep. DeGette: Senators are not just jury, but “victims of this crime”
Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial is elucidated by Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), a House impeachment manager, in conversation with Jonathan Capehart.
Source: MSDNC, Rep. Cicilline: We’ll present overwhelming evidence Trump incited insurrection
Vaccine shortages across the country are causing appointment cancellations and delays. MSNBC’s Cori Coffin talks with frustrated people from a vaccination site in Queens, New York.
Source: MSDNC, States struggle to keep up with vaccine demand
The president’s trillion-dollar COVID relief bill being preferably pushed through via bipartisan effort is discussed by Deputy Assistant to President Joe Biden Karine Jean-Pierre, in conversation with Jonathan Capehart.
Source: MSDNC, Biden Dep. Assistant Jean-Pierre on pres. pushing for bipartisan COVID relief bill effort
President Biden has wasted no time making climate change a priority. His early actions include rejoining the Paris Climate Accord, reversing rollbacks on vehicle emission standards, and revoking the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline’s permit. NBC’s Joshua Johnson spoke with New York Times Correspondent Coral Davenport and Science Educator Bill Nye about what role the U.S. will play in meeting global climate change goals.
Source: MSDNC, Breaking down the Biden Administration’s Climate Change plan of action
MSNBC’s host of “American Voices” Alicia Menendez discusses the history Madam Vice President Kamala Harris made when she took the oath on Inauguration Day.
Source: MSDNC, The glass ceiling shattered by Vice President Kamala Harris
President Joe Biden’s ambitious day one flurry of executive orders include some of the most progressive immigration reforms seen in decades. Plans that are exciting advocates and are already getting pushback from Republicans. NBC News correspondent and author of The New York Times bestseller “Separated,” Jacob Soboroff, joins MSNBC’s host of “American Voices” Alicia Menendez to discuss the current state of the country’s immigration system and what remains to be seen with Biden’s
Source: MSDNC, ‘Cautious optimism’ follows Biden’s progressive immigration bill after decades of reform struggles
Symone Sanders, Senior Advisor and Chief Spokesperson for Vice President Kamala Harris, speaks with Ali Velshi to discuss the new administration’s plans for the next four years. She says President Biden and Vice President Harris are already at work addressing the four major crises, as they see them – “the climate crisis, crisis of racial injustice, economic crisis, a public health crisis.” On watching Vice President Kamala Harris sworn in this week? Says Sanders, “An amazing moment.”
Source: MSDNC, Symone Sanders says “strong possibility” of Republican support for a Biden-Harris COVID relief plan
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with Alex Witt about honesty, transparency, the pressure he felt during the Trump administration and when life might begin to return to normal in the U.S.
Source: MSDNC, MSNBC talks with Alex Witt about Covid, Biden and Trump
President Joe Biden’s family reunification task force, which will address children separated by Trump administration policies, will soon release more details. MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff joins with this breaking news, in addition to Rep. Jimmy Gomez, who analyzes Biden sending ‘The Citizenship Act of 2021’ to Congress, among other immigration developments.
Source: MSDNC, Biden family reunification task force details emerge, as president works with Mexico
Deradicalizing internet extremists has less to do with toppling the kingpin, more to do with striking at the right time.
Source: MSDNC, The cat-and-mouse game with pro-Trump extremists online has just begun
Legendary television host Larry King died this morning at a hospital in Los Angeles at the age of 87. King spent 63 years in both television and radio, his longest running show “Larry King Live” aired on CNN for 25 years. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles looks back at his life and legacy.
Source: MSDNC, Remembering legendary television host Larry King
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with Rachel Maddow about how the Trump administration blocked him from appearing on her should through most of the coronavirus crisis and how much more free top U.S. scientist are under the Biden administration to communicate with the public.
Source: MSDNC, Fauci to Maddow: ‘I’ve been wanting to come on your show for months and months.’
Dr. Anthony Fauci talks with Rachel Maddow about the challenges of working with the Trump administration and the burden that was put on government health agencies.
Source: MSDNC, ‘Science was distorted and/or rejected’: Dr. Fauci on working with the Trump admin
HuffPost’s Matt Fuller and Chris Hayes discuss Republican Rep. Andy Harris getting caught trying to bring a gun onto the House floor—just two weeks after the Capitol insurrection.
Source: MSDNC, Republican congressman caught trying to carry gun onto House floor
The impeachment articles against Donald Trump will formally go the to Senate in mere days. But as MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber explains, Trump’s second impeachment will be different from his last. Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer is now in charge, which means there could be more evidence and witnesses admitted in trial- two things Republicans blocked last time- and Trump is now out of office, ensuring the entire case is about whether or not he should be convicted. Melber asse
Source: MSDNC, See why Trump may be banned from running in 2024
New York Times Justice Department reporter Katie Benner joins Chris Hayes to discuss her reporting that Trump weighed ousting the acting attorney general to install a loyalist in his place instead.
Source: MSDNC, NYT: Trump and DOJ lawyer said to have plotted to oust acting attorney general
Joy Reid ends the show remembering the life and legacy of Hank Aaron.
Source: MSDNC, Joy Reid remembers the life and legacy of Hank Aaron
Congressman Ted Lieu says impeaching Trump is a matter of deterrence: “Future presidents need to know they cannot attempt a coup to hold on to power.”
Source: MSDNC, Ted Lieu on impeachment: Future presidents need to know they can’t attempt coups to hold on to power
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) just announced Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial schedule has been agreed to and will begin in a little more than two weeks on February 8. MSNBC’s Ari Melber reports on the breaking news, announcing the House managers will formally present the articles of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, January 25.
Source: MSDNC, Schumer announces impeachment trial beginning week of Feb. 8
Congresswoman from Pennsylvania and one of the Impeachment Managers, Madeleine Dean, speaks to Nicolle Wallace about preparing for the Senate impeachment trial, why she feels this vote is so essential, and whether she now feels safe at the Capitol
Source: MSDNC, Rep. Madeleine Dean: The impeachment hearing will be the ‘very first steps of this nation healing’