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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.




Can we trust Trump to handle coronavirus?

Tonight: as the President continues to attack Roger Stone's judge, are more pardons on the way? Plus, Congresswoman Maxine Waters on what Democrats can do about an out of control President. Then, Senator Brian Schatz on why he says the Trump administration is woefully unprepared to deal with coronavirus.


The loud drumbeat for Bill Barr's resignation gets louder

Tonight: Thousands of former Justice Department officials call for Barr's resignation. Then, new reporting on Trump's ruthless search for the "anonymous" resister inside the White House. And on this Presidents Day, a look at how the decisions candidates make can shape generations to come.


BONUS: Protecting Trans Rights with Chase Strangio

As a bonus for All In listeners, Chris is sharing some of his favorite episodes of his original podcast, Why Is This Happening?, right here over the next few weekends. In this episode, he talks with Chase Strangio, a trans man and lawyer at the ACLU, about many of the complex factors at play in the fight for transgender rights. The Trump administration wants to legalize transgender discrimination in the workplace. This conversation breaks down how we reached this point. From the ways our...


How organizers are attempting to lay the groundwork for 2020 success

Tonight: Chuck Rosenberg on what separates America from an authoritarian spiral. Plus, is there really such things as moderate and progressives lane in the Democratic Primary? Then, we hear from the organizers attempting to lay the groundwork for 2020 success. Also, Chef Andrew Zimmern on the politics of food in Trump's America.


Chris Hayes: We need to hear from more former White House staffers

Tonight: Neal Katyal on what Congress can do to rein in Trump's abuse of power. Plus, Steve Kornacki and Michelle Goldberg on what could be many pathways to a Democratic victory. Then, Trymaine Lee reports on how South Carolina sees the Democratic field.


Trump cheers DOJ intervention in Roger Stone case

Tonight: the aftermath of the mass exodus at the Justice Department, and how Democrats plan to get answers from an Attorney General executing the President's wishes. Then, Democratic front-runner Senator Bernie Sanders on his big win in New Hampshire, and Senator Elizabeth Warren on her call to end Trump corruption. Plus, can anyone really predict who is the most electable candidate?


Chris Hayes: Trump is weak, and beatable

Tonight: DNC Chair Tom Perez on how Democrats can unite to take on Trump. Then, the architect of Barack Obama's elections on where this race stands in New Hampshire and beyond. Plus, why William Barr is now openly admitting to working with Rudy Giuliani to investigate the President's political foes.


BONUS: The Uneven Playing Field with Howard Bryant

Professional sports are never more than an inch away from the deepest core of what's happening in America. They are an amazing crucible of politics and culture that manage to reflect the issues we are working through as a country. And because these spaces are so integrated, particularly in football and basketball, racial politics quickly come to the foreground. This is the intersection Howard Bryant examines in his new book "Full Dissidence: Notes from an Uneven Playing Field". In it, he...


Post-debate special LIVE from New Hampshire

Chris Hayes hosts a post-debate special live from New Hampshire. He is joined by several candidates, including Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar.


Trump delivers his real State of the Union during White House victory lap

Tonight: how Donald Trump's post-impeachment performance brings the stakes of 2020 into stark relief. Then, how the White House is now mobilizing the executive branch for retribution. Plus, Senator Elizabeth Warren joins Chris live in New Hampshire.


Democrats, Independents, and a Republican vote to remove Donald Trump from office

Tonight: why today's vote could have wide-ranging implications for 2020 and beyond. Plus, what we know about what's happening in Iowa, and where the race stands as New Hampshire approaches.


BONUS: The Meaning of Impeachment with Kate Shaw

Now might be a good time to get acquainted with impeachment. In fact, we here at #WITHpod believe everyone should listen to an hour-long conversation with a person who is not only familiar with the history of impeachment but who also has granular expertise in that area of law. Heck, how great would it be if that constitutional law scholar once clerked on the Supreme Court and has firsthand experience working in a White House administration! Well luckily for us, Chris Hayes knows such a...


White House scrambles to keep Bolton quiet

Tonight: Sen. Whitehouse on the "legal mumbo jumbo" Trump's lawyers have been spewing during the impeachment trial. Then, John Bolton's book reportedly contains damaging information that would bolster the heart of the House's impeachment case. But to consider it, the Senate needs 51 votes to call him. Plus, Chris Hayes pulls the receipts on Republicans' Ukraine corruption claims.


INTRODUCING: So You Wanna Be President? with Chris Matthews

Lesson one: win Iowa. An astounding number of Democrats and Republicans won their party's nomination after winning first in the Iowa caucuses—but America's first battleground hasn't always been a priority for campaigns. Jimmy Carter was the first to realize that a win there could propel a candidate into the national spotlight. Chris Matthews examines Carter's approach to the 1972 campaign with Gerry Rafshoon, who handled political advertising for the candidate, and veteran journalist Judy...


Mitch McConnell announces how the Senate trial will proceed

Tonight: the President's new outlandish defense, and what all of this means for witnesses. Plus, just how involved was Devin Nunes in the Ukraine scheme? And as citizens across the country marked the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, just what was happening in Richmond, Virginia on Monday?


Trump picks Epstein lawyers for impeachment

Tonight: what we've learned during the Pelosi pause, and how that could change the trial. Then, Constitutional scholar Laurence Tribe on the Dershowitz defense of Trump. Plus, exploring the Jeffrey Epstein connections to the Trump legal team. Also, new alarms over who the President's Attorney General is choosing to investigate.


The impeachment trial of Donald Trump begins

Tonight: the implications of what Lev Parnas is claiming…for the President, for the Vice President, for the Attorney General, and for the rest of Trump World. Plus, Trump’s loyalists struggle to defend a man who gets further implicated every day.


A witness at the center of Donald Trump's impeachment speaks out

Tonight: previewing Rachel Maddow's exclusive interview with Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate Lev Parnas. Why it now looks like Ukraine's corrupt prosecutor was offering dirt on Joe Biden for the firing of Marie Yovonovitch. Plus, what we're learning from Wednesday’s new trove of impeachment evidence.


House releases ‘incredibly incriminating’ trove of documents from Lev Parnas

Tonight: House Democrats unveil a trove of documents provided by Rudy Giuliani's indicted associate. What we're learning from hand written notes by Lev Parnas, what looks like a plan to tail the American ambassador to Ukraine, and what all of the means as Democrats and the White House as they prepare for the trial of Donald Trump.


Trump’s latest lies about his push to end healthcare coverage for pre-existing conditions

Tonight: why the White House is reportedly preparing for at least four Republicans to vote to allow witnesses in the trial of Donald Trump. Then, Senator Chris Murphy on White House deception about Iran. Plus, three weeks from Iowa, a crowded leader board comes into focus.