Tonight: Congress begins impeaching Trump for abusing power
In this episode of "The Beat," MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber provides legal and political analysis ahead of the Judiciary Committee's vote on impeachment
SDNY Prosecutors who led top mafia & Wall St. cases talk Giuliani, Irishman & Terrorism with Ari Melber
PODCAST SPECIAL: MSNBC’S Ari Melber leads a rare discussion with five different former U.S. Attorneys who led the famed Southern District of New York prosecution office, which has convicted some of the most notorious criminals in the nation. The SDNY office is back in the news a probe involving Rudy Giuliani, who once led the SDNY office, and in this podcast event, the former prosecutors discuss that Giuliani case; how the office approaches investigating powerful, famous and sometimes dangerous subjects; how legendary prosecutor Bob Fiske prosecuted mafia cases including the “Five Families” and Russell Bufalino (played by Joe Pesci in the Irishman); and how different prosecutors dealt with potential pressure from the DOJ or the White House. The event was hosted by MSNBC’s The Beat with Columbia Law School’s Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity, featuring CAPI Executive Director Berit Berger and former SDNY U.S. Attorneys Bob Fiske, David Kelley, Joon Kim, Lev Dassin, and Benito Romano.
House holds marathon 9-hour impeachment hearing
As House Democrats wrap up 9 hours of impeachment hearings, MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondest Ari Melber hosts "The Beat," and provides legal analysis of the marathon hearings.
Bonus: Pelosi outlines plan to draft articles of impeachment
MSNBC Chief Legal Corespondent Ari Melber hosts special series "Impeachment: White House in Crisis." In this bonus episode, Ari highlights the key moments from the Judiciary Committee hearings, breaks down the evidence revealed in the Impeachment Report and what's next for the impeachment probe.
Democrats march towards impeachment as Trump bails on next hearing
In his latest stonewall attempt, Trump has announced he will not participate in the next impeachment hearing. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent reports on this latest development of the impeachment probe.