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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.

    Chris Hayes: Oath Keepers were doing what they thought Trump wanted

    Chris Hayes: Oath Keepers were doing what they thought Trump wanted

    Guests: Ben Collins, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Bill Swor, Daniel Goldman, Mark Elias

    Tonight: A look at the plans the Oath Keepers and other extremists were making ahead of the January 6th Capitol insurrection and the link to Trump World. Then, a look back through history at when the charge of 'seditious conspiracy' has been used before. Plus, another corruption case sees an official indicted for seemingly far less than what Donald Trump has done out in the open.

    • 44 min
    First ‘seditious conspiracy’ charge handed down to Jan. 6 suspect

    First ‘seditious conspiracy’ charge handed down to Jan. 6 suspect

    Guests: Ryan Reilly, Caroline Frederickson, Rep. Adam Schiff, Marc Caputo, Sec. Marty Walsh
    Tonight: The Department of Justice finally moves up the MAGA food chain. Jaw-dropping details on the "seditious conspiracy" charges for a right-wing extremist leader—and what those charges mean for other Trump world figures. Then, the Jan. 6 committee drops new subpoenas as Liz Cheney calls out Kevin McCarthy for engaging in a cover-up. Plus, Ted Cruz attempts to redeem himself by pushing Fox News conspiracy theories. And the Supreme Court's shocking opinion that a deadly pandemic is not an occupational hazard.

    • 44 min
    Jan. 6 panel asks top House Republican Kevin McCarthy to cooperate with probe

    Jan. 6 panel asks top House Republican Kevin McCarthy to cooperate with probe

    Guests: Betsy Woodruff Swan, Rep. Pete Aguilar, Michael Steele, Barbara McQuade, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Andy Slavitt
    Tonight: The extraordinary letter from the January 6th committee to Kevin McCarthy, why they're investigating his conversations with Trump before during and after the insurrection, and why it has serious implications for the top House Republican. Plus, Senator Elizabeth Warren on the new strategy for Democrats to pass voting rights. And what looks like seriously encouraging data on the omicron surge.

    • 44 min
    Dr. Fauci on why he ‘called out’ GOP Sen. Rand Paul: ‘Pure ad hominem’

    Dr. Fauci on why he ‘called out’ GOP Sen. Rand Paul: ‘Pure ad hominem’

    Guests: Dr. Anthony Fauci, Sen. Cory Booker, Adam McKay
    Tonight: an exclusive interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci after he confronted Sen. Rand Paul about his baseless claims. Then, Senator Cory Booker on the president's rousing call to protect democracy. And academy award winning filmmaker Adam McKay on the uncomfortable truth in his new hit "Don't Look Up."

    • 45 min
    If far-right groups are bankrupted by Jan. 6 lawsuit, ‘so be it,’ says D.C. AG

    If far-right groups are bankrupted by Jan. 6 lawsuit, ‘so be it,’ says D.C. AG

    Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Karl Racine, Ruth Conniff, Dr. Craig Spencer, Dr. Megan Ranney
    Tonight: As the Jan. 6 committee prepares a public phase, why Jim Jordan is having second thoughts about cooperating—and what the committee is prepared to do about it. Then, can the D.C. Attorney General use the law that crippled the KKK to hold the Proud Boys accountable for January 6th? Plus, he could be America's least responsible senator—and he's running for re-election. And the frontline Omicron challenges that are not getting enough attention.

    • 44 min
    Ted Cruz grovels after accurately observing Jan. 6 reality

    Ted Cruz grovels after accurately observing Jan. 6 reality

    Guests: Rep. Ruben Gallego, Barton Gellman, Josh Kaul, Jocelyn Benson, Paul Krugman
    Tonight: Is Senator Ted Cruz being cancelled for observing reality? The real world danger of disqualifying Republicans who oppose political violence. Plus, can we just talk about the surprise appearance of Dick Cheney on the right side of history? Then, today's supreme court arguments to overturn vaccine requirements during a pandemic. And the under-appreciated evidence of a booming Biden economy.

    • 44 min

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