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The biggest news and political stories of the day with a commitment to in-depth reporting that consistently seeks to hold our leaders accountable.

    New details on the federal investigation into Matt Gaetz

    New details on the federal investigation into Matt Gaetz

    Guests: Michael Schmidt, Rep. Elaine Luria, Timothy O'Brien, Robert Reich, Betsey Stevenson
    From cursing the president on the House floor, to scoring political points after a tragic death on a movie set, how the shock-jock caucus has taken over the Republican Party. Then, one day after the contempt vote for Bannon, a key actor in the DOJ coup comes forward. Plus, why critics are saying Trump's social media platform could be his biggest scam yet. And a demonstration in how not to explain the Build Back Better agenda from our old friend Mitt.

    • 44 min
    Officer Fanone: We're "doomed to repeat" Jan. 6 if nation's division is ignored.

    Officer Fanone: We're "doomed to repeat" Jan. 6 if nation's division is ignored.

    Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Officer Michael Fanone, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, Michael Daly

    Tonight: Congressman Jamie Raskin on the House vote to hold Bannon in contempt—and the high-stakes decision for the Justice Department. Then, beaten by the Trump mob on January 6th, police officer Michael Fanone joins Chris Hayes with reaction to today's big vote. And the lieutenant governor of Texas offered a big reward to find voter fraud, and the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania is here to talk about how one of his constituents is finally collecting a check.

    • 44 min
    Mark Meadows retains top GOP lawyer for Jan. 6 probe

    Mark Meadows retains top GOP lawyer for Jan. 6 probe

    Guests: Sherrilyn Ifill, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Sen. Sherrod Brown

    Tonight: The expansion of federal voting rights are blocked in the Senate as Trump's henchmen menace the select committee. Plus, what we're beginning to learn from the select committee about pre-insurrection planning meetings. Then, Senator Sherrod Brown on what might survive in the Build Back Better bill. And, should leaders who knowingly let Covid rip through their country, killing hundreds of thousands be charged with crimes against humanity? It's happening in Brazil, so why not here?

    • 44 min
    Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Bannon in contempt

    Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Bannon in contempt

    Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Ian Bassin, Anna Merlan, Nina Perales, John Podesta

    Tonight: The January 6th Committee votes to hold Steve Bannon accountable. So what now? Congressman Adam Schiff is here to tell us. Then, the pro-Covid right continues courting infection over vaccines. Plus, the first lawsuit in Texas over intentionally discriminatory political maps. And guess which Congressman packed his family into a pickup truck to announce his own indictment.

    • 44 min
    Trump sues Jan. 6 committee to block release of documents

    Trump sues Jan. 6 committee to block release of documents

    Guests: Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Katie Benner, Harry Litman, Mehdi Hasan, Michelle Goldberg, Judd Legum, Dr. Syra Madad

    The disgraced ex-President makes his move to stop the January 6th committee: what we know about Donald Trump's last ditch appeal to the Supreme Court. Then, Colin Powell succumbs to coronavirus complications at age 84, and the vaccine misinformation machine kicks into gear. Plus, how dark money groups that catalyzed Obama-era tea party protests are doing the same with school board protests. And why so called "natural immunity" still isn't an excuse to not get vaccinated.

    • 44 min
    Teachers told to offer "opposing" views on the Holocaust

    Teachers told to offer "opposing" views on the Holocaust

    Guests: Jelani Cobb, David Becker, Ryan Reilly, Maria Hadden, Antonia Hylton

    Tonight: The hollowing out of America democracy continues as qualified, non-partisan election officials keep getting purged for MAGA replacements. Then, what we know about the Capitol Police officer charged with helping a January 6th rioter attempt to obstruct justice. Plus, the showdown in Chicago and across the country as police unions refuse public health orders on vaccines. And how one reckless law in Texas is causing chaos for teachers across the state.

    • 34 min

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