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This one won't be familiar to new viewers.
Stripped of context for your listening glee!
OK, this is Lady GaGa, not Rachel Maddow.
Rachel's rendition of Joe Wilson's obnoxious blurt has a strangely heavy metal vocal quality, don't you think?
Originally part of a list of reasons why Rachel is Sarah Palin's worst nightmare, out of context it's not a bad way to be out and proud.
What do you say when the folks who are employing the racist hate crimes guy try to cast you as a racist?
In fluent pseudo backward devil-speak Rachel echoes the sentiments of our possessed president.
Rachel employs the cheap time machine to revisit history -in this case Libertarian tea parties before teabaggers- with viewers.
Rachel Maddow and Kent Jones feel the passion of the Eurovision song contest.
Meant to mock an exasperated Mitt Romney it's hard to miss the note of surprised cheer
A handy ringtone if your phone allows you to assign rings to specific callers.
Originally described a CNN reporter who got a little out of line with President Obama at a news conference.
Nothing on The Rachel Maddow Show is ever just "small."
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's response to Barack Obama's first address to Congress famously defies analysis even by the likes of Rachel Maddow.
It's the theme gurgle and clean ping that marks Rachel Maddow's new series about cleaning up the mess left behind by the Bush administration.
Rachel suffers vicarious shock through Super Bowl viewers in Tuscon who were surprised by the interruption of the broadcast with a brief porn clip.
Rachel reacts to Hillary Clinton thanking her husband in a speech after being sworn in as Secretary of State.
Special thanks to the Maddow fan who preserved this one online.
Rachel's response to poor sportsmanship, poor politics and bad ideas
(Rachel asks viewers to join her in defending the New Year holiday from gratuitous non-New Year ball dropping.)
(With waka-chika soundtrack)
Do you have the lucky ticket? A winner was sold at a supermarket in Zephyrhills, Fla., a Florida Lottery official confirmed to NBC News early Sunday.
President Barack Obama's team emerged on Sunday to defend his handling of revelations that the IRS had targeted conservative groups for scrutiny, as senior Republicans conceded they lacked evidence — so far — that the president directed the abuses.
Imagine having a drink with dinner at a restaurant only to be pulled over on the way home and slapped with a DUI. That could happen under a proposed plan to toughen the drunk driving laws across the country, and it has restaurateurs alarmed.
Derby winner Orb was unable to find his rhythm after breaking from the rail, and never challenged in finishing fourth as Oxbow ran away with the Preakness Stakes.
There's been no confirmation, but lots of speculation and excitement that Blue Ivy may soon have a sibling to hang out with.
Angelina Jolie’s revelation this week that she’d had both breasts removed to lower her risk of cancer came as a bombshell to many -- but not to three sisters from Berkeley Heights, N.J. Cathy Balsamo, Cindy Lepore and Patti Broccoli have spent the past year grappling with the dilemma that Jolie faced: What to do when a genetic mutation means you’ve got a sky-high chance of breast or ovarian cancer?
A slight solar storm ejected from a powerful sunspot sparked northern lights as far south as Colorado on Friday night — and there should be more to come.