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    National Archives recovers Trump records from Florida

    05:27
  • Congress approves spending bill, avoids shutdown

    05:44
  • Rep. Beatty: If $2,000 checks fail to pass, it will be ‘on hands of Republican colleagues’

    04:47
  • Atlanta Mayor warns 'we are not there yet'

    08:01
  • DC bracing for a Trump government shutdown over impeachment probe

    01:57
  • Pence Chief of Staff: President will negotiate with Congress

    05:44
  • GDP at 2.6% for fourth quarter

    07:30
  • House Judiciary Dems announce investigation in Trump’s National Emergency

    08:44
  • President Trump declares national emergency to get more wall funding

    13:49
  • El Paso’s reaction to Trump’s impending emergency declaration

    02:07
  • The effects of declaring a national emergency over border security

    10:33
  • Trump to declare a national emergency over the wall

    28:35
  • Matthews: On 1 year anniversary of Parkland, Trump has done nothing on guns

    01:13
  • Tim Ryan on the National Emergency: Trump, GOP ‘all over the place’

    07:58
  • GOP silent on Trump’s National Emergency, slammed Obama for ‘overreach’

    01:05
  • Rep. King: Federal contractors should get back pay

    02:20
  • Trump tells McConnell he plans to sign govt. funding bill, declare national emergency for wall

    05:48
  • Federal contractors won't get backpay in funding deal

    06:11
  • Trump Casino Executive: His negotiation ability 'a fallacy'

    07:17
  • Conservative news hosts try to spin wall funding defeat

    05:17

Chef Jose Andres on feeding workers hurt by shutdown

06:24

Chef Jose Andres tells Chris Hayes the government is "supposed to be helping the people," but instead, during the shutdown, it's "taking them hostage."