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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.

    Targeting Simone and Jan. 6 police: How cruelty is still the point for GOP

    Targeting Simone and Jan. 6 police: How cruelty is still the point for GOP

    Tonight: The officers who defended the Capitol mocked for their testimony—why even police officers are now fair game for the right-wing media. Then, how Democrats are done with Republican nonsense. Plus, a big win for the Biden agenda as the infrastructure bill moves forward with bipartisan support.

    Guests: Rep. Eric Swalwell, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Sheera Frenkel, Max Fisher

    • 44 min
    Capitol officer to Jan. 6 committee: This is America

    Capitol officer to Jan. 6 committee: This is America

    Tonight: The true horror of the insurrection, the nature of the crowd and their supporters, and the demand for accountability in testimony from officers on the front line on Jan. 6. Then, the Republicans who take democracy seriously. And the GOP clown show that was chased away from their own press conference. Plus, once again the CDC revises the mask guidance--Dr. Fauci.
    Rep. James Clyburn, Rep. Adam Schiff, Barbara McQuade, Adam Serwer, Dr. Anthony Fauci

    • 44 min
    McCarthy calls GOP reps on Jan. 6 committee 'Pelosi Republicans'

    McCarthy calls GOP reps on Jan. 6 committee 'Pelosi Republicans'

    Tonight: What the January 6th committee will be investigating when they convene tomorrow. Then, despite the ongoing misinformation damage, how some of the "vaccine hesitant" are starting to come around. Plus, Senator Chris Murphy on the challenges of working with Republicans---on anything. And with voting rights under threat, we remember the leadership of civil rights activist Bob Moses.
    Guests: Rep. Stephanie Murphy, Andy Slavitt, Sen. Chris Murphy, Beto O’Rourke, Imani Perry

    • 44 min
    How vaccine passports can help end the pandemic

    How vaccine passports can help end the pandemic

    A governor who made vaccine passports illegal lashes out at the unvaccinated—and how the vaccine fight today echoes the seatbelt fight of the 80s. Then, the accused foreign agent from the former president's inner circle out of jail on a $250 million dollar bond. Plus, the guy who sunk $30 million into building Trump's wall is now looking for a buyer. And a big moment in baseball as the Cleveland Guardians step up to the plate.

    Guests: Brandy Zadrozny, Matthew Baum, Dr. Ashish Jha, Michelle Goldberg, Kavitha Davidson, Aaron Payment

    • 44 min
    Why some Republicans changed their tune on vaccines

    Why some Republicans changed their tune on vaccines

    After months of silence and misinformation, Republicans start promoting the Covid vaccine. But what's really behind the sudden Republican turnaround—and will it work? Then, as Republicans try to rehabilitate the violent crowd of insurrectionists, Pelosi rejects the Republicans trying to troll the January 6th investigation. Plus, new details on the plot to kill the Governor of Michigan—and the FBI’s role in it. And it has stood in the Tennessee statehouse for over forty years, but now the Nathan Bedford Forrest bust is finally coming down.

    Guests: Ron Nehring, Mehdi Hasan, Katie Hill, Jessica Garrison, Pat Kane

    • 44 min
    Chris Hayes: Climate change isn't a future threat—it's here

    Chris Hayes: Climate change isn't a future threat—it's here

    As Republicans fight funding for climate mitigation dangerous smoky air blankets the Northeast as epic wildfires burn thousands of miles to the west. Then, House Republicans take their ball and go home over the January 6 investigation. Plus, the head of the National Institutes of Health on how to fight Covid misinformation. Then, the latest on the arrest of Trump's inaugural chairman—and what it can tell us about the ex-president's actions in the Middle East.
    Guests: Gov. Kate Brown, Naomi Klein, Sahil Kapur, Olivia Beavers, Matthew Cole, Dr. Francis Collins

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
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midwestBlue ,

july 22 pod

the clip i love best is hannity saying he believes in science. u didn’t play that one but that one is unbelievable. good thing republican followers are morons with short term memory. fox, newsmax n the like plus majority of republicans in congress totally count on that. blahhh

tiredofthesehoops ,

Thoughtful and Informative

I look forward to listening to Mr. Hayes as part of my morning podcast routine. He has a depth of heart that I find refreshing in today’s world of reporting. His down-to-earth style is a welcome part of my day. Mr Hayes’ research and willingness to go deep and offer interesting connexions allows me to consider ideas I may not have thought of otherwise. I enjoy his guest interviews. Even when asking tough questions, Mr. Hayes remains polite and respectful.

I held back on 5 stars because for the past three weeks his Friday show has not uploaded to my podcast feed, even though MSNBC shows he did broadcast. Most annoying.

Ugly Chugley ,

Understand the psychology of Republican response to trump

For those of us who understand narcissistic psychosis and other personality disorders, the way Republicans respond to trump is predictable and consistent with how people get hooked by the crazy and manipulation. Please research it so you won’t be so perplexed and you can name it for the public

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