Donald Trump has blamed Gov. Steve Sisolak for what he calls a “cesspool of crime” in Nevada, but it's his fellow Republican Joe Lombardo who oversaw a record spike in murders while serving as Clark County sheriff.
Gov. Tony Evers’ veto of MAGA Republican laws has prevented an even more severe rise in gun violence.
Since the Tucson mass shooting, Arizona Republicans have passed more than a dozen dangerous gun laws; now, Arizonans are paying with their lives.
Democratic and Republican voters have different priorities heading into the 2022 midterm elections; whichever set of policies drives more political engagement and persuasion among voters will likely determine the outcome this November.
Youth organizer and podcaster Victor Shi joins Daniella to discuss what motivates young voters, the influence of social media on U.S. elections, and what politicians and pundits can learn from Gen Z activists.
Despite “tough on crime” rhetoric, Republican-led states are not nearly as safe as New Jersey, a state that has ended cash bail.
Former Washington, D.C., police officer Michael Fanone joins Daniella to discuss his experience defending the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and holding those involved in the attack accountable.
At least 104 MAGA Republican ads this cycle display and feature firearms or weapons, blowtorches, and even “Tommy” gun auctions, with many including threats against opponents on both the left and right.
This week on "The Tent," Daniella and Brandon Wolf, activist and press secretary for Equality Florida, discuss the state's "Don't Say Gay" law and restrictions on gender-affirming care for transgender youth.
This week on "The Tent," Daniella and Christy Goldfuss, senior vice president of Energy and Environment at the Center for American Progress, discuss recent climate research, the state of climate legislation, and what Democrats can do to prepare for the midterm elections.
Daniella speaks with Laphonza Butler, president of EMILY's List, about the 2022 midterm elections, electing Democratic pro-choice women to office, and why Democrats should rally around the past year's accomplishments.
New CAP Action analysis finds that union members voted for the Democratic Party presidential candidate in much greater proportions than did nonunion members in 2020, cementing President Biden’s electoral victory and offering a path forward for the party to maintain and grow support.