I really like her, though, and when there is news on the weekends, she does usually cover it-- like the Charlottesville disaster, and March for Our Lives. That's why I was so disappointed and actually surprised that they spent so much time rehashing at length the same three stories, when there WAS new stuff and it didn't get mentioned. It seems out of the ordinary for the show.
I liked the Netroots coverage yesterday, and today 's show was pretty good. She had some panels talking about things in a hard-hitting way that wasn't happening earlier in the week. They talked about the ICE raids, and what people's legal rights are. Malcolm Nance was on, talking about an event he attended at Auschwitz, where survivors of Hitler, Rwanda's genocide, and other similar atrocities were talking about how "Never Again" is not being lived up to, including in the USA-- it was also the first time I've seen anyone name check the Never Again Action demonstrators in the USA who have been protesting and shutting down ICE with massive civil disobedience day after day in many locations.
None of that was talked about elsewhere, at least on any of the other several shows I regularly watch.
She has also been talking about the ICE raids in cities around the USA (and pointing out that they aren't happening in rural areas where there are lots of people doing farm labor, who may also not be documented) in greater detail than other places, which are focused only on the southern border.
Her analysis is often a little different than other shows, even when they are all featuring the same topics. I sometimes miss it because I'm just burned out by the weekend and need a break, and I thought a lot of yesterday was dull. But today was worth the time (I thought), and I would hate to see her show cut in half; I think that she provides a service to people who have been too busy during the week to follow things closely, and also because the way she showcases things is often independent of the same old same old coming out of a lot of other mouths.
I kind of feel bad for complaining yesterday. Today, one of her "Who Won The Week" panelists actually mentioned the story I had been wanting the show to cover yesterday. It's not nearly he amount of coverage I expected or wanted, but it was still something, and they talked about it in a fresh way, even if it was very brief.