The government shutdown has exposed a central flaw in our constitution. Chris Hayes talks with Jonathan Chait, columnist for New York Magazine, and Congressman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y, about this realization. watch
Every day, there are new impacts from the government shutdown. Maya Wiley, founder and president of the Center for Social Inclusion, joins Chris Hayes to talk about what shutdown really means with each passing day. watch
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... read more
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 longer this shutdown has worn on, the more it has disrupted lives, put people out of work, and left struggling families without access to basic services. Across the country, most of the burden has fallen on those who can afford it least. read more
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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