It's unclear whether Ted Cruz really meant to imply the U.S. should ban foreign aid to countries that use the death penalty for gays and lesbians.
The Texas senator is lining up a disturbing set of endorsements to help him climb in the polls.
The MSNBC host showed why the Republican political event of the weekend 'had a significantly different vibe' from a Democratic gathering she hosted.
Clinton stands by her statements that DOMA was a way to avoid something worse, while she, Bernie Sanders, and Martin O'Malley discuss a variety of issues with Rachel Maddow.
The out MSNBC anchor said it matters whether DOMA is remembered as a "mistake that never should have happened."
If it were Hillary Clinton serving as president instead of her husband in the '90s, the country might still have gotten the Defense of Marriage Act and "don't ask, don't tell."
Rachel Maddow devoted her MSNBC show to break down the former secretary's 11 hours of Benghazi testimony.
When the new Daily Show host put the out MSNBC anchor on the spot, she grudgingly admitted which Republican candidate she'd vote for if she had no other choice.
The out MSNBC anchor tries to make sense of the 'total Republican mess' that's consuming Capitol Hill right now.