Latest News 10 Suspected Migrants Dead After Truck... 2017-07-23T16:01:26.000000000-04:00 Ten people have died and more than a dozen are injured after authorities discovered them in the back of a packed and overheated 18 wheeler in San Antonio, Texas, early on Sunday, July 23. Humans on Mars? That's no moonshot! 2017-07-23T13:53:37.000000000-04:00 Dr. Mae Jemison, the first woman of color in space, describes her current work bringing space-age techniques to foreign countries and the limits of human achievement in the cosmos. Himes: "History will not be kind" to those... 2017-07-23T13:34:52.000000000-04:00 Rep. Jim Himes, D-CT, reacts to new disclosures from Jared Kushner and the possibility that Pres. Trump could fire the man investigating his associates in relation to his probe of Russian meddling. Trump family finances hard to unravel 2017-07-23T13:19:12.000000000-04:00 Former federal prosecutor Jennifer Rodgers comments on how Donald Trump's and Jared Kushner's finances have brought new scrutiny to the Russia probe. FOIA request uncovers Clinton-era memo... 2017-07-23T13:08:08.000000000-04:00 NYT reporter Charlie Savage discusses the latest on the Russia probe, including his article that describes a Clinton-era memo by Ken Starr which found that a sitting president could be indicted. Kang: "No good options with North Korea" 2017-07-23T12:53:25.000000000-04:00 USC professor David Kang discusses various approaches the U.S. can take with North Korea, and how nearly all of them cannot force Kim Jong-un's hand on American policy priorities. Buell: Trump pardon could itself be... 2017-07-23T12:35:09.000000000-04:00 Sam Buell, a former federal prosecutor, details how financial scrutiny could fold into Mueller's investigation of Trump associates, and describes the outer limits of Trump's pardon power. Scaramucci, from day one, out in full force 2017-07-23T12:06:31.000000000-04:00 NYT reporter Jeremy Peters and POLITICO's Josh Dawsey react to newly-minted White House comms director Anthony Scaramucci's debut, casting doubt on the certainty of Russian meddling in the election. Can Pamela Keith flip Florida’s 18th... 2017-07-23T11:50:25.000000000-04:00 Attorney Pamela Keith, who has also served in the military, tells Joy Reid why she believes she can win a congressional seat as a Democrat in a district that tends to vote Republican. Trump’s lies and his war with the media 2017-07-23T11:35:26.000000000-04:00 The New York Times reports that Trump told a falsehood every day for his first 40 days in office. Joy Reid and her panel discuss the social and political impact of this, and more.