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    Thursday, 03/05/15

    Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard.

    • Thursday, 03/05/15
      Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard.
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      Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard.
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      Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard
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All In America: The 11th Hour, Part 3

All In America: The 11th Hour, Part 3

03/05/15 08:26PM

Who killed Stacey Stites? The Innocence Project believes there is enough new information to clear Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed. Chris Hayes investigates in All In America: The 11th Hour. watch

All In America: The 11th Hour, Part 2

All In America: The 11th Hour, Part 2

03/05/15 08:11PM

In 1998, prosecutors laid out such a compelling case against Rodney Reed, that it took the jury just 4 hours to sentence him to death for the murder of Stacey Stites. Chris Hayes examines that case as part of a special show, All In America: The 11th Hour. watch

All In America: The 11th Hour, Part 1

All In America: The 11th Hour, Part 1

03/05/15 08:02PM

Chris Hayes investigates the case of Rodney Reed, sentenced to death for the 1996 rape and murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites. But is the state of Texas poised to execute a man for a crime he did not commit? watch

3.5 - All In

3.5 - All In

03/05/15 12:00AM

Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard. watch

3.4 - All In

3.4 - All In

03/04/15 12:00AM

Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard. watch

Hillary rallies women in Washington

Hillary rallies women in Washington

03/03/15 09:40PM

Chris Hayes talks with Emily's List spokesperson Jess McInstosh and Rebecca Traister of the New Republic (along with Traister's sleeping baby) live from the Emily's List gala where Hillary Clinton is poised to speak. watch

3.3 - All In

3.3 - All In

03/03/15 12:00AM

Chris Hayes comes at the nightly news with a unique spin. With a vested interest in eliminating the "crisis of authority in American life," Hayes's priority is letting the people be heard watch

What if Obamacare critics finally win?

What if Obamacare critics finally win?

03/02/15 08:54PM

If the plaintiffs prevail in their case against Obamacare at the Supreme Court this week, what will happen to the 9 million people who will lose their insurance subsidies? Chris Hayes talks with Michael Steele and Neera Tanden. watch

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About All In with Chris Hayes

Each night, Chris Hayes partakes in lively conversations and debates with his guests.  Hayes covers not only the biggest news stories of the day, but also the issues that are personally important to him including social justice and the environment.  He also integrates social media into the show each night with his signature “Click 3” segment, highlighting the three most awesome things on the Internet according to Hayes and his viewers.

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