Going into today there were growing expectations of the possibility of the first face to face meeting between an American and Iranian head of state since the hostage crisis of 1979. Congresswoman Barbara Lee talk with Chris Hayes about what actually... watch
Sen. Marco Rubio withdrew his support for Judge William Thomas's nomination to the federal bench, effectively blocking Thomas from becoming the first black openly gay man on the federal court. Chris Hayes explains why. watch
Republicans are no longer denying the existence of climate denial, they are now denying the existence of a workable solution. Chris Hayes explains, and then talks with Kumi Naidoo of Greenpeace International, Christiana Figueres of the UN Framework... watch
A former FBI bomb expert has pled guilty in the most recent leak prosecution brought forth by the Obama administration. Donald Sachtleben, who served in the FBI for 25 years before leaving to work as an independent contractor, has admitted to leaking classified information to the Associated Press regarding a failed AQAP (al Qaeda in the Arabian... read more
For Mindy Kaufman, the threat of a government shutdown isn't about Democrats or Republicans. It's about her livelihood.
More than 2,500 miles west of Washington, Kaufman runs Spin and Margie's Desert Hideaway, a five-room bed-and-breakfast near Joshua Tree National Park. If Congress can't pass a budget before September 30, &... read more
Hillary Clinton gives her first interview since leaving her post as Secretary of State just as a blockbuster expose on Doug Band, longtime confidante and aide to Bill Clinton, is published by The New Republic. Chris Hayes talks with reporter Alec... watch
Hillary Clinton begins working with the Clinton Foundation as a new report from The New Republic examines the role of former Clinton aide Doug Band. Chris Hayes talks with Alec MacGillis of The New Republic, journalist Rebecca Traister, and Joshua... watch
1. Classic magic trick: cut a person in half and then magically put them back together. Applause! Not-so-classic magic trick: get into an accident with your $400,000 Lamborghini that ends up splitting it in half. No applause. Just tears.... read more
The three-day siege at an upscale Kenyan mall appears to be under control, but 62 people have perished. Chris Hayes talks to Nation magazine National Security Correspondent Jeremy Scahill about the group claiming responsibility and its significance. watch
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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