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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.




Dr. Fauci on Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause: 'Safety was put right up front’

Tonight: American scientists put a "pause" on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine—what does this mean for people who have been vaccinated? What does it mean for people who haven't? Dr. Anthony Fauci answers those questions. Then, will the outrage over the police killing of Daunte Wright affect the outcome of the Chauvin trial? Plus, Chris interviews Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the day she takes the gavel of the banking subcommittee. And Sen. Chris Murphy on President Biden's new commitment to end...


Twin Cities under curfew amid second night of protests following fatal police shooting

Tonight: Is anything really getting better in the wake of George Floyd? Then, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on infrastructure, his big announcement with AOC, and why his Republican colleagues just gave Donald Trump a “major” award. Plus, Congressman Dan Kildee goes public with his traumatic stress disorder in the wake of January 6th. And why the CDC says Michigan can't just vaccinate themselves out of a Covid surge. Guests: Mayor Mike Elliott, Phillip Atiba Goff, Brittany Packnett...


‘Substantial causal factor’ of death: What the state must prove in Chauvin trial

Tonight: As the prosecution winds down, why the medical examiner's testimony in the Chauvin murder trial could turn this case. Then, a new investigation for Matt Gaetz, as he hires a new attorney—and breaks his public silence. Plus, Richard Engel on his chilling investigation into the Capitol attack. And Ezra Klein explains the unexpected progressive first hundred days of Joe Biden’s presidency. Guests: David Henderson, Katie Phang, Katie Benner, Marc Caputo, Richard Engel, Ezra Klein


Katie Hill on Matt Gaetz: ‘I feel betrayed by him’

Tonight: what does it mean that Florida Republican, charged with sex-trafficking, and tied to Matt Gaetz is seeking a plea deal with prosecutors? And former Congresswoman Katie Hill on what she called her "unlikely friendship" with Matt Gaetz and why she wants him held accountable now. Plus, the new Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on the fight for an infrastructure bill. Then, another dramatic day in court for the prosecution in the Chauvin murder trial. Guests: Jose Pagliery, Rep....


Shades of Jim Crow: How GOP is using the Big Lie to roll back voting access

Tonight: The backlash to the Big Lie continues as Republicans give up the game. Then, new calls for a January 6th commission as reports of plea deals surface. Plus, Rep. Katie Porter on the jaw dropping reported Trump fundraising scam. And the Matt Gaetz scandal keeps getting wider and wilder. Guests: Ilya Shapiro, Derrick Johnson, Olivia Troye, Hayes Brown, Scott Maxwell, Rep. Katie Porter


NYT: Matt Gaetz said to have sought blanket pardon

Tonight: Georgia's governor gets caught using the Big Lie to restrict voting, so he just keeps selling the Big Lie. Then, breaking news from the New York Times that Matt Gaetz reportedly asked the White House for a blanket, preemptive pardon in the last weeks of Donald Trump's term. Plus, Mitch McConnell's revision of his new anti-corporate stance. And an interview with the Surgeon General on the push to help vaccinate the world. Guests: Sec. Jena Griswold, Bishop Reginald Jackson, Carlos...


Republicans try to cancel critics of voter suppression

Tonight: Companies call out the Republican voter suppression push and Sen. Bernie Sanders is here to talk about the growing pushback against the Big Lie. Then, shocking but not surprising new reporting on how the Trump campaign bilked supporters out of every last penny. Plus, the unbelievable scene in Chauvin murder trial where the Chief of Police testified against his former officer. And the latest attempt from Matt Gaetz to drag just about anyone else into his scandal. Guests: Sen. Bernie...


Reports: Gaetz investigation focused on cash paid to women

Tonight: As the Florida lawmaker denies paying for sex, what we know about the text messages that pointed federal investigators at Matt Gaetz. Then, why baseball's decision to move its All-Star game out of Georgia is already having a big impact. And another police witness takes the stand to denounce Derek Chauvin's actions. Guests: Jose Pagliery, Elizabeth Neumann, Natasha Bertrand, Nse Ufot, David—Henderson


"It’s pretty bad": Beto O’Rourke talks Texas voter suppression bill

Tonight: The ever-expanding Republican effort against democracy as the GOP pushes anti-voter bills in statehouses across the country. Then, Derek Chauvin's supervisor takes to the stand and admits Chauvin used unnecessary force. Plus, the latest on the Matt Gaetz investigation—and the Republicans leaving him out to dry. And as the president rolls out his stimulus plan, the new head of Biden's economic council joins us live. Guests: Beto O’Rourke, Jemele Hill, Brian Deese, Rachel Paulose,...


Matt Gaetz sex trafficking probe stems from prosecution of ex-GOP official

Tonight: The latest on the allegations against GOP Congressman Matt Gaetz and the Justice Department sex trafficking investigation. Plus, an emotional day in court as witnesses recount what happened to George Floyd after Derek Chauvin pinned him down. Then, as Covid cases surge in Wisconsin, Republicans shut down the governor's mask mandate. Guests: Katie Benner, Cynthia Alksne, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, Paul Butler, Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes


NYT: Justice Department investigating Rep. Gaetz over sex trafficking claim

Tonight: The investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz over a possible sexual relationship with a 17-year old girl. Then, heart-wrenching testimony about the death of George Floyd on Day Two of the Derek Chauvin trial. Plus, the Republican playbook: make racist policy, then complain about being accused of racism. And how vaccine passports are becoming the new mask in the Covid culture wars. Guests: Rep. Charlie Crist, Michael Schmidt, Philip Atiba Goff, Channa Lloyd, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee,...


‘Bombshell’ testimony from 911 dispatcher on first day of Chauvin trial

Tonight: Floyd family attorney Benjamin Crump on opening arguments in the Derek Chauvin murder trial—and the defense position that the crowd was to blame. Then, DNC chair Jaime Harrison on the new state trying to bar people from distributing water to voters waiting in line. Sen. Tammy Duckworth on her new memoir, anti-Asian hate, the filibuster, and much more. Plus, the dire new Covid warning from the director of the CDC. Guests: Benjamin Crump, Jaime Harrison, Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Jean...


Trump: Capitol rioters were "hugging and kissing" police

Tonight: Congressman James Clyburn on the new Georgia law—and his call for Democrats to expand the vote. Then, how fantastic lies about the Capitol attack are actively undermining the investigation of January 6th. Plus, latest turn for the cargo ship stuck in the Suez Canal. And we'll go back to Minneapolis right before the start of the trial for Derek Chauvin. Guests: Majority Whip James Clyburn, Rep. Nikema Williams, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Costas Paris, Jeremiah Ellison


Georgia turns Trump’s Big Lie into law

Tonight: Georgia turns Trump's big lie into a sweeping new voter suppression law. Then, the new Biden goal to stamp out the pandemic—and damning new reporting on what a year of failed leadership cost America. Plus, what we learned from today's hearing on misinformation. Guests: Sherrilyn Ifill, Fmr. Sen. Russ Feingold, Mehdi Hasan, Michelle Goldberg, Rep. Jan Schakowsky


Biden transition officials say Trump admin. delayed action on child migrant surge

Tonight: New signs Democrats may move to counter the Republican radicalization against democracy. Then, new evidence of anti-government groups coordinating before the attack on the Capitol—and shocking new video of the attack on a Capitol police officer who would later die. Plus, Chris interviews the new Secretary of Education on today's big announcement about the push to reopen schools. And what we learned when NBC News gained exclusive access to a border detention facility housing...


Ex-Trump lawyer admits Big Lie was lie.

Tonight: Why the NRA was cheering the defeat of an assault weapons ban in Boulder—the day before the Boulder shooter bought his. Then, the bumper crop of Trump Republicans vying for the senate grows by one. Plus, how the hack lawyer who sold the big election lie is now changing her tune after being sued for defamation. And Rep. Jamie Raskin on the bizarre Republican arguments against D.C. statehood. Guests: Fred Guttenberg, Rachel Friend, Heidi Heitkamp, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Marc Elias, Lee...


Trump backs opponent of Georgia election official who wouldn't 'find the votes'

Tonight: The impeached former president's latest move meddle in Georgia. Then, charges of "sedition" enter the conversation in the wake of January 6th—how high up does the investigation go? Plus, what we know about what happened in the wake of the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado. Guests: Sen. Chris Murphy, David Jolly, Nse Ufot, Cynthia Alksne, Ryan Reilly


Why are some Tennessee Republicans defending the first Grand Wizard of the KKK?

Tonight: Four leaders of the Proud Boys indicted on conspiracy charges for their coordinated efforts at the Capitol—and why does Roger Stone’s name keep surfacing in charging documents for rioters? Then, a solemn day in Georgia as we learn more about the victims of the attack on three Asian spas. Plus, the fight against Covid stalls even as vaccinations soar—Dr. Fauci joins Chris. Guests: Katie Benner, Janell Ross, Kathy Park, Rep. London Lamar, Dr. Anthony Fauci


FBI releases videos of ‘most egregious' assaults on officers at Capitol riot

Tonight: Sen. Tammy Duckworth on the Republican excuses for the insurrectionists—and the excuses for the shooter who allegedly gunned down eight people at Asian spas in Georgia. Then, new concerns over rising Covid cases while Rand Paul spreads misinformation on Capitol Hill. Plus, Adam McKay on his new documentary deep dive into the origins of Q-Anon. Guests: Sen. Tammy Duckworth, Rep. Ted Lieu, Katie Phang, Adam McKay, Rep. Katie Porter


Mass shooter targeted Asian women in Atlanta-based shootings

Eight people are dead in Georgia, reportedly at the hands of a gunman who—according to police—was having a “bad day.” Tonight: Why reactions like that aren't helping, as violence against Asian Americans surges across the country. Then, Sen. Amy Klobuchar on the new push for the Violence Against Women Act. And Rep. Veronica Escobar on what's really happening at the southern border. Guests: Kathy Park, Jo Ling Kent, Rep. Judy Chu, Margaret Huang, Brittney Cooper, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Rep....