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The piecemeal party

10/05/13 02:47PM

Republicans and Democrats may still be at an impasse over how to resolve the shutdown, but that doesn’t mean the House isn’t keeping busy. House lawmakers showed up to work for the second weekend in a row as the U.S. reached day five of government shutdown. The House passed a measure Saturday morning that would provide back-pay for furloughed federal employees once the shutdown ends. The bill passed in a 407-0 vote, and has been backed by the White House. read more

Click 3: A seal with a beat

Click 3: A seal with a beat

10/04/13 08:27PM

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for October 4: 1) A sleepy Congressman 2) A seal with a beat and 3) a Tweeter v. Twitter mixup. watch

How glitchy is the healthcare rollout?

How glitchy is the healthcare rollout?

10/04/13 08:17PM

The new healthcare rollout has had a rocky first week, but not in terms of demand, which has been phenomenal. Doctor Kavita Patel, a primary care physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a Brookings Institution fellow, joins Chris Hayes to talk about... watch

The latest Republican shutdown stunt

The latest Republican shutdown stunt

10/03/13 08:42PM

House Republicans introduced a bill to restore funding to the National Institutes of Health only after the Wall Street Journal ran an article highlighting the impact the government shutdown has had on the NIH. Chris Hayes talks with Dr.  Georges... watch

GOP congressman berates Park Service worker

GOP congressman berates Park Service worker

10/03/13 08:23PM

Rep. Randy Neugebauer, R-TX, is part of the caucus that is committed to keeping the government closed until their demands are met. So why is he berating a worker at the World War II Memorial over the shutdown? Chris Hayes says it's part of a larger... watch

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