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    Raskin: ‘Remarkable’ that Ginni Thomas still believes election was stolen

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  • Hayes: Trump judges remind us the rule of law is a 'human institution'

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  • Warnock: Voting rights battle is why I know 'I still have work to do' in Senate

    07:58
  • ‘There’s nothing to go back to’: Florida's housing obstacle after Hurricane Ian

    06:47
  • Florida’s Cape Coral real estate boom show reality of climate crisis era

    03:08
  • National Hurricane Center: Lingering flooding from Ian could make response in Florida difficult

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  • Orlando residents hunker down as Hurricane Ian hits area

    03:21
  • Velshi: Hurricane Ian’s full scope of damage may not be known for days

    06:42
  • A tale of two MAGA extremist candidates for governor

    03:20
  • Why the Oath Keepers trial defense could spell trouble for Trump

    07:18
  • Ex-Jan. 6 committee aide: Roger Stone is 'one of the most important factors'

    16:44
  • Woman’s death after arrest by ‘morality police’ ignites protests in Iran

    06:37
  • Chris Hayes: Go get the updated Covid booster shot

    03:52
  • What Republicans are threatening to do if they retake the House in November

    10:11
  • What Herschel Walker has in common with Trump when it comes to charity

    04:53
  • Why the DeSantis migrant stunt could be the new Bridgegate

    07:20
  • Trump admits to willful retention of documents in Hannity interview

    06:49
  • Appeals court rejects part of Trump judge's ruling, allows DOJ to resume doc review

    06:38
  • Tracking the brazen pattern of Trump fraud

    04:47
  • Michael Cohen: Trump fraud lawsuit will ‘put an end to the entire con’

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Why it’s so difficult to safely reopen schools in the era of COVID-19

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Chris Hayes and Dana Goldstein, New York Times national correspondent covering education, discuss what we’ve learned from other countries about what it will take to get kids of all ages back into the classroom.