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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.




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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.




How Trump could use his last hours of pardon power

Tonight: How America gave itself the chance to end its long, national nightmare. Then, Trump's last days, and what's next for the party that enabled him. Plus, Jordan Klepper of the Daily Show on the Americans still under the spell of Donald Trump.


More than 20K National Guard troops to be in D.C. ahead of Biden inauguration

Tonight: John Podesta on America's first non-peaceful transfer of power, and the chaos Joe Biden is inheriting. Then, Congressman Jamaal Bowman on his plan to fix the failures that lead to the siege. Plus, David Remnick on the New Yorker's stunning first person record of what happened inside the Capitol. Plus, on the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., one last attempt to rewrite history from the White House.


Capitol mob came within seconds of meeting VP Pence

Tonight: How one party's moral failure, fear, and disloyalty to the country led America to this point—and how it’s not too late to do the right thing. Then, as federal prosecutors allege insurrectionists plotted to capture and assassinate elected officials, one police officer speaks out after being, dragged, beaten, and tased by Trump's mob.


Public officials, school therapist, fmr. CEO among those arrested in wake of Capitol riot

Tonight: As arrests continue, what we're learning more about how the insurrection was planned, and new warnings about the threat we still face. Then, as the economy moves in the wrong direction and vaccinations continue to lag, will the new Joe Biden plan be enough to make a difference?


10 Republicans join every Democrat to impeach Trump for the second time

7 days from the inauguration, 7 days after an insurrection, Donald J. Trump is impeached for the second time. Tonight: what this means for the country, for a Senate trial, and for the next president. Then, as 10 Republicans vote to impeach, new calls to investigate the members who supported the mob.


House prepares historic vote to impeach Trump again

Tonight: Breaking news that Mitch McConnell will turn on his partner in the White House and attempt to purge the president with impeachment. As the House prepares to vote, the growing bipartisan push to remove Trump from office. Then, what we learned from the first big briefing about last week's attack on the democracy and the clear and present danger we still face.


Giuliani left voicemail for senator after riot asking for help to overturn election

Tonight: The desperate push to secure the country as the FBI warns of new violence and D.C. plans the inauguration. Plus, stunning new scenes of brutality inspired by the president, the digital detective work to find and arrest the perpetrators, and the constitutional tool to prevent Trump conspirators from holding office.


New evidence shows Capitol riot was way worse than we thought

Tonight: Congressman Hakeem Jeffries on what Democrats are planning to remove Trump from office--and how soon. Then, as the President is permanently suspended from Twitter, a Republican senator calls for his resignation. Plus, new arrests of the mob that stormed the Capitol, and a new murder investigation as a Capitol police officer dies.


4 dead in the wake of Trump-inspired riot

Tonight: The growing urgency to remove Donald Trump from office before it gets worse. Then, the reckoning for everyone who enabled the president's insurrection, the alarming crop of Republicans continuing to support sedition for Trump, and the national security failure that allowed the president's mob to breach the Capitol.


Trump pressures Georgia Secretary of State to “find” enough votes to overturn election

Tonight: The seditious activity of a lame duck loser and the caucus of Republicans ready to hold a gun to the head of American democracy. Then, control of the Senate is at stake tomorrow in Georgia—is the president helping or hurting? Plus, Dr. Fauci joins Chris Hayes live.


Sen. Hawley endorses Trump’s anti-democratic fantasy, announces he will contest election

Tonight: A Republican senator officially co-signs the anti-democratic fantasies of a defeated president. What Sen. Josh Hawley's endorsement of a coup means for January 6th and beyond. Plus, how did police ignore the stark warnings about the Nashville bomber? Then, new questions about the delayed vaccine rollout for the Trump administration.


Wealthiest Republicans in Senate oppose $2000 checks to struggling Americans

Tonight: How Republican millionaires just blocked $2000 checks for Americans on bread lines. Then, the federal failure on vaccine distribution, and new projections of just how awful this winter will get. Plus, how the Q-Anon conspiracy theory Trump helped spawn appears like it's here to stay.


Millions face pause in jobless benefits after Trump delays signing relief bill

Trump leaves the golf course to sign Covid relief. But not before causing even more pain for millions—for no reason. Tonight: The damage Donald Trump is doing every day he's still the president. Then, as Louie Gohmert sues Mike Pence to keep Trump in the White House, is there any doubt about the MAGA takeover of the Republican Party?


Trump pardons Charlie Kushner, Paul Manafort, Roger Stone among others

Tonight: More lame duck pardons, including Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, Trump ally Roger Stone, and Jared Kushner's father. Plus, how Covid relief was taken hostage in service of Donald Trump's desperate attempts to overturn the election—and how the Republican bargain with Trump is coming back to haunt them. Then, the growing outrage over the pardon of ex-Blackwater guards convicted of killing civilians—the attorney for the 9-year-old victim joins Chris.


Trump issues 20 pardons and commutations ahead of leaving office

Chris Hayes breaks down the 20 pardons and commutations Donald Trump issued on Tuesday, including two people involved in the Mueller inquiry, three Republican congressmen, and four Blackwater guards.


Trump meets with GOP reps over how to “fight back” against election results

Tonight: Trump's obsession with stealing the election, the people helping him plot, and the distress signals from inside the White House. Then, the lies about voter fraud that leaves certain right-wing media in serious legal jeopardy. Plus, as Biden gets the vaccine, new concerns about a U.K. super spreader strain. And at long last, a deal on Capitol Hill. What we know about what's in the 900 billion dollars of Covid relief.


FDA grants emergency authorization to Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine

Tonight: Trump raises a quarter of a billion dollars after losing the election as new details emerge about a shell company set up by Jared Kushner that spent over 600 million dollars of campaign cash. Then, Rupert Murdoch gets the vaccine while his own media outlets spew anti-vaxx nonsense and attack essential workers. Plus, the former national security advisor of the United States advocates the overthrow of American democracy.


Department of Energy says it was hacked in suspected Russian campaign

Tonight: The government agencies in charge of nuclear weapons were hacked by Russia in a massive, undetected operation. Then, new challenges for the rollout of the vaccine as anti-vaxxers turn to local media to spread disinformation. Plus, how an election season of sabotage by Trump cronies led to a holiday season of delays and other issues for the U.S. Postal Service.


Top Trump appointee: “We want them infected”

Tonight: New details on the tragically failed Trump strategy to get as many healthy Americans sick as possible with the chilling instruction, “We want them infected.” Then, the massive failure of intelligence as the full scope of a Russian hack of multiple U.S. government agencies comes into view.


Anti-democracy coup fails, despite Trump and his enablers

Tonight: How wildly antidemocratic and irresponsible the Republican party has been throughout this election. Then, the massive and sophisticated Russian hack of multiple U.S. government agencies. How deep does it go? Plus, Day Two of the big rollout, as the FDA gets ready to okay a second vaccine.