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    January 6th Committee looks to hear from Mike Pence, target of Trump mob's wrath

    04:48
  • 'Seditious conspiracy' is tough to prosecute but couldn't be a more fitting case: McQuade

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  • GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz sex crimes probe has a new witness

    03:43
  • Oath Keepers weren't expecting QAnon to get in the way of their insurrection

    06:16
  • GOP fake elector scheme shows new level of disrespect for U.S. voters: election official

    01:20
  • Oath Keeper seditious conspiracy indictment describes a threat beyond January 6th

    08:28
  • Michigan attorney general refers probe of fake electors to federal prosecutors

    05:54
  • Meet the first Trump fan indicted for sedition, an anti-Obama zealot

    08:27
  • Fake elector struggles to explain role in scheme to submit false election papers

    03:32
  • McCarthy changes tune on cooperation as January 6th Committee seeks his testimony

    04:05
  • January 6th Committee documents suggest Meadows involvement in fake elector scheme

    06:37
  • McCarthy facing another possible Republican indictment as Gaetz case develops

    03:43
  • Similarities suggest coordination in fake elector letters from Republicans in five states

    11:57
  • Republicans in at least three states filed forged elector letters; possible pattern seen

    07:53
  • Trump lawyers met with Georgia prosecutors; days later, Trump rants about law enforcement

    10:57
  • If far-right groups are bankrupted by Jan. 6 lawsuit, ‘so be it,’ says D.C. AG

    06:53
  • Outrage! MAGA riot convicts get less jail than non-violent drug users

    06:51
  • After Trump Org indictment, new D.A. on 'open' Trump probe and justice in NY

    10:17
  • Scandal: Most Jan. 6 convicts got no jail time (2022 MSNBC report)

    09:19
  • One year after Jan. 6, FBI still seeking out suspect who planted pipe bombs at DNC, RNC

    04:51

A bipartisan summit to tackle to prison reform

08:10

Chris Hayes talks with John Forte, a grammy-nominated recording artist, who had his non-violent drug offense pardoned by President George W. Bush, about the need for criminal justice reform.