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Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Ian Bassin, Anna Merlan, Nina Perales, John PodestaTonight: The January 6th Committee votes to hold Steve Bannon accountable. So what now? Congressman Adam Schiff is here to tell us. Then, the pro-Covid right continues courting infection over vaccines. Plus, the first lawsuit in Texas over intentionally discriminatory political maps. And guess which Congressman packed his family into a pickup truck to announce his own indictment.
Guests: Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Katie Benner, Harry Litman, Mehdi Hasan, Michelle Goldberg, Judd Legum, Dr. Syra MadadThe disgraced ex-President makes his move to stop the January 6th committee: what we know about Donald Trump's last ditch appeal to the Supreme Court. Then, Colin Powell succumbs to coronavirus complications at age 84, and the vaccine misinformation machine kicks into gear. Plus, how dark money groups that catalyzed Obama-era tea party protests are doing the same with school board protests. And why so called "natural immunity" still isn't an excuse to not get vaccinated.
Guests: Jelani Cobb, David Becker, Ryan Reilly, Maria Hadden, Antonia HyltonTonight: The hollowing out of America democracy continues as qualified, non-partisan election officials keep getting purged for MAGA replacements. Then, what we know about the Capitol Police officer charged with helping a January 6th rioter attempt to obstruct justice. Plus, the showdown in Chicago and across the country as police unions refuse public health orders on vaccines. And how one reckless law in Texas is causing chaos for teachers across the state.
Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Sen. Tim Kaine, Ryan Grim, Josh Eidelson, Jane McAleveyTonight: Steve Bannon will face the full force of the law from the January 6th committee. Plus, Donald Trump raises the stakes in Virginia, and Republicans connect the insurrection to the next election. Plus, why Sen. Sinema is jetting off on a European fundraising vacation. And as workers go out on strike across the U.S., a look at what's fueling this historic moment for workers rights.
Big news from the January 6th committee on the man at the heart of Donald Trump's coup attempt in the Justice Department. Plus, how federal judges are stepping up and leading the way on the prosecution of January 6th investigation. Then, the White House addresses the shortage of everything. And the Washington Football Team cheerleaders still seeking justice in the wake of Jon Gruden's firing. Guests: Barbara McQuade, Harry Litman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Zoe Tillman, Nancy Gertner, Derek Thompson, Melanie Coburn
Guests: Adam Serwer, Judge Lina Hidalgo, Rebecca Roiphe, David Roberts, Andy SlavittTonight: The latest public health stunt from a Republican governor—and the pressure for other states to follow. Plus, the right wing effort to whitewash John Eastman's coup memo. Then, parents now suing schools that refuse to enforce mask mandates for students. And an explosive end of an era for the fossil fuel boondoggle that was "clean coal."
Guests: Miles Taylor,Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Fernand Amandi, Frank Figliuzzi, Dr. Francis CollinsTonight: The leader of Republican Party aligns with insurrection like never before—and his followers line up for more. Then, why a candidate for governor in Texas, suffering from Covid, is still tweeting anti-vaxx messages from the hospital. Plus, what new polling could say about how the midterms will be won. And the remarkable story of an engineer in the U.S. Navy caught trying to pass secrets about nuclear subs inside a peanut butter sandwich.
Guests: Eric Boehlert, Joan Walsh, Rep. Joe Neguse, Jared Bernstein, Diana OlickTonight: The undeniable evidence that the Fox News channel is the real source of America's rising rage. Then, as the White House denies Donald Trump's request to keep his records secret, the January 6th Committee promises action to compel people to talk. And why on earth is the rental market getting out of control?
Guests: Sen. Amy Klobuchar,Jennifer Rubin, Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Nancy Northup,Dr. Richard BesserTonight: the damning new report on Trump's push to subvert democracy—and the Republican members of Congress who were aiding and abetting. Then, the fallout in Texas where abortion seekers full constitutional rights have been restored—but for how long? Plus, potentially game changing news on vaccines for kids.
Guests: Stacey Abrams, Laurence Tribe, Betsy Woodruff Swan, James Dawson,Tom PerrielloTonight: Nine months after Donald Trump's attempt to overthrow a Democracy, the slow motion insurrection continues. Then, new progress from the select committee as Trump aides defy subpoenas. Plus, the unbelievable story of a Lieutenant Governor undoing public health measures while her governor was out of state for a stunt visit to the border.
Guests: Michael Steele, Angelo Carusone, Tristan Harris, Torie Gibson, Rep. Ritchie TorresTonight: The anti-vaxx crowd roars in South Carolina as the destructive, deadly disinformation campaign continues. Then, the Facebook whistleblower faces Congress. Plus, what we know about why the FBI raided the offices of a New York City Police union—and the home of that union's president. And as the Department of Justice steps in, how one Republican Senator is pretending school board harassment and intimidation aren't off the charts.
Guests: Rep. Jamie Raskin, Rep. Jim Clyburn, Carole Cadwalladr, Katie Harbath, Governor Ned LamontTonight: A judge throws the book at a Trump rioter as enablers escape consequence. Then, specific, damning allegations from a Facebook whistleblower who says the company is ripping America apart—and they can't stop themselves. And the absolute insanity of ongoing Covid deaths around the country as health care workers face violent threats for trying to save lives.
Guests: Sen. Chris Murphy, Rep. Ilhan Omar, Adam Jentleson, Jim Manley, Chip Slaven, Tom KludtTonight: High drama in the halls of Congress—Are there new signs of life for the Biden agenda? Then, why the National School Boards Association is asking the White House and the FBI to protect members facing threats over public health. Plus, take a step inside the messy world of South Dakota politics.
Tonight: The high stakes battle over the Biden agenda—the state of negotiations in the House with Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal—and in the Senate with Elizabeth Warren. Plus, new proof that the Biden vaccine mandate is working as the pro-Covid right finds a new villain down under. Then, the second round of subpoenas drop on a whole bunch of January 6 organizers. Guests: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Kathleen Sebelius
Guests: Asawin Suebsaeng, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Rep. Katie Porter, Dave WassermanTonight: Blockbuster new reporting from the Daily Beast on who is getting rich from sewing vaccine fears. Then, Congresswoman Katie Porter on the state of the infrastructure negotiations in congress. Plus, called to the White House twice, on the same day she's fundraising from lobbyists opposed to the Biden budget: What exactly is Senator Kyrsten Sinema up to? And how could Senator Ted Cruz embarrass himself at a hearing he didn't even attend?
Guests: Enes Kanter, Andy Slavitt, Rick Hasen, Rep. John Yarmuth, Linda Chavez, Michelle Goldberg Tonight: The NBA faces the same problem as the Biden administration, struggling to get 100% of people vaccinated. Then, election law expert Rick Hasen on why he is ringing a new alarm over the future of democracy. Plus, what we know about the fate of the Biden agenda in Congress on what could be a fateful week. And from the racist venom of Charlottesville to primetime talking points, how the Republican Party is now embracing the so-called "replacement theory" by name.
Tonight: The escalating effort to undermine the very foundation of American democracy. Then: the White House blocks Trump's attempt to evade the January 6th investigation as the first subpoenas roll out. Plus, and exclusive interview with CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky on her ruling on Covid booster shots. Guests: Bart Gellman, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Julián Castro
Guests: Adam Serwer, Abby Livingston, Dan Goldman, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Ian Silverii, Sen. Jon Tester, Faiz Shakir, Max Rose Tonight: The big lie spreading to states Trump won—and why Greg Abbott of all people suddenly isn't MAGA enough. Then, the populist Congresswoman accused of using campaign funds to pay her rent. Plus, breaking news on the first subpoenas dropped by the Jan. 6 committee.
Guests: Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Sahil Kapur, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Barbara McQuade, Dr. Scott GottliebTonight: The all-out battle for the Biden agenda, the Republicans trying to kill the whole thing, and the Democrats holding one of the most popular parts hostage. Then, Trump's first FDA commissioner on what went so wrong on the Covid response—and how to get it right the next time. Plus, a new memo shows the Trump campaign knew the big lie was a lie.
Guests: Brad Raffensperger, Rep. Adam Schiff, Gina McCarthy, Nancy NorthrupTonight: With Donald Trump still trying to overturn the election in Georgia, Meet the Republican still holding the line: Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Then: how the Texas abortion law just got the plaintiff it deserves. And as Biden pushes his big clean energy plan, why is Joe Manchin crafting the climate bill?
Guests: Mehdi Hasan, Alex Wagner, Dr. Richard Besser, Sarah Wire, Rep. Hakeem JeffriesTonight: As the Covid death rate grows, Republican governors of the worst hot-spots continue to play politics. Then, the big news from Pfizer on a vaccine for kids. Plus, the rising threat of violence against members of Congress. And an absolutely appalling scene on the Southern border.
Guests: Rep. Joe Neguse, Brandy Zadrozny, Dr. Celine Grounder, Craig Whitlock, Rep. Ro KhannaTonight: Barricades at the Capitol, as threats of physical violence helped scare a United States Congressman into retiring. Then, making sense of the FDA's split decision on vaccine booster shots. And Rep. Ro Khanna on the hearings to investigate fossil fuel's role in climate change.
Guests: Secretary Miguel Cardona, Ron Nehring, David Dayen, Sen. Bernie Sanders Tonight: The Senate candidate offering religious exemptions to anti-vaxx supporters, and the Secretary of Education on fighting the virus in schools across America. Then, why the recall disaster for Republicans could spell trouble beyond California. And Sen. Bernie Sanders on the high stakes fight of the Biden budget. Plus, why one House Democrat may stand between you and lower prescription drug costs.
Guests: Cal Perry, Stuart Stevens, Katie Hill, Perry Bacon, Jr., Carol Leonnig, Tonight: A complete and unmitigated disaster for Republicans in California: The recall fails, and Trumpism is defeated. Then, General Milley stands by his actions in the wake of bombshell reporting about the measures he took to protect America from Donald Trump. And we'll go live to Cape Canaveral in Florida where an historic, all civilian SpaceX launch is happening.
Guests: Marc Elias, Steve Kornacki, Stacey Abrams, Dr. Anthony FauciNew reporting on just how close Mike Pence came to caving to Trump. Plus, Stacey Abrams on today's big voting rights compromise among Democrats. Then, should vaccinations be required to fly on an airplane? Dr. Anthony Fauci on why he supports the idea. And the one and only Steve Kornacki is here to kick off election night coverage as we get our first exit polls in the California recall.
Guests: Jacob Soboroff, Juan Rodriguez, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Olivia Beavers, Elie Mystal, Dahlia Lithwick The huge political stakes of California's recall election as the Republican party radicalizes behind the Big Lie. Then, the thin line between anti-vaxx mandate and anti-vaxx erased in real time in Florida. And as the newest Justice— standing next to Mitch McConnell—claims the court isn't partisan, the oldest justice still refuses to retire.
Guests: Stuart Stevens, Jeannie Suk Gerson, Mehdi Hasan, Max Rose, Anne Marie SlaughterThe president pushes his plan to curb pandemic death—and the absolutely unhinged backlash is in full throttle. Then, 20 years after America was attacked on 9/11, what we know now about what went wrong with America's response—and political environment that resulted. Plus, why is this former Democratic senator trying to help millionaires avoid paying taxes?
Guests: Dr. Francis Collins, Stephanie Ruhle , Kelly Gonez, Rep. Jamie Raskin, Melissa MurrayTonight, the White House goes big to bend the delta curve. Then, what the new DOJ lawsuit against Texas means for reproductive rights in America. And Congressman Jamie Raskin on where the January 6th investigation stands on the first deadline day for document production.
Tonight: A monument to an American traitor comes down as new laws to choke democracy go up. Then, just what is the Justice Department planning to stop an out of control government in Texas? Plus, as America's worst Covid outbreak grows, new reporting on the right wing backlash that led Tennessee to curb their own vaccination efforts. And the stunning new Biden plan for America to get nearly half its energy from the sun by the year 2050. Guests: Jelani Cobb, Caroline Randall Williams, Dr. Alex Jahangir, Julie Fernandes, David Roberts
Guests: Jean Guerrero, Christian Menefee, Asawin Suebsang, Rep. Joe Neguse, Dr. Michael MinaTonight: Texas moves to suppress the vote as the Republican frontrunner in the recall election puts the Big Lie to work in California. Then, why the January 6th Select Committee is chastising Kevin McCarthy as their requests for evidence begin to come in. Plus, is Colorado redistricting about to pit Congressman Joe Neguese against Republican Lauren Boebert And as school starts around the country, the key tool, on top of vaccines and masking that could keep kids and their families safe.
Guests: Dr. Anthony Fauci, Nancy Northup, Emily Cain, Ryan Reilly, Paul Butler, Betsey Stevenson, Sen Mazie Hirono, Meagan Hatcher-Mays, Amy Hagstrom Miller, Isaac Arnsdorf, Antonia Hylton, Eric KlinenbergTonight on an extra-long version of All In: While Republican governors thwart efforts to stem the carnage of Covid, there's now indisputable proof that masks work. Plus: the urgent need to stop the destruction of Roe v. Wade—and how the majority can step up to protect reproductive rights. And as rioters get sentenced for storming the Capitol on January 6, Steve Bannon is laying the groundwork to help steal the next election.
Guests: Rebecca Traister, Michelle Goldberg, Rep. Ayanna Pressley, Secretary Jennifer Granholm, Dr. Vickie CartwrightTonight: A Texas law deliberately engineered so conservatives on the Supreme Court would end a woman's right to choose. Tonight: the new blueprint for Red states to ban abortion—and what Democrats need to do right now to stop it. Then, from powerful hurricanes in the South to historic flooding in the Northeast to fires out of control in the West, the desperate need to climate-proof American infrastructure. Plus, schools risking it all in Florida to try to protect kids from Covid.
Tonight: Texas enacts a radical law to effectively end legal abortion, the Supreme Court lets it happen, and Republicans can finally stop pretending. Then, can lawmakers facing scrutiny over the Capitol attack threaten their way out of an investigation? And breaking news from the American Medical Association regarding doctors giving livestock medicine to Covid patients. Plus, new data shows just how hard Covid hit Trump counties.Guests: Irin Carmon, Melissa Murray, Elie Mystal, Dahlia Lithwick, Ian Bassin, Dr. Gerald Harmon, David Jolly, Mona Charen
Tonight: The president marks the end of war abroad, as an elected Republican suggests taking up arms at home. Then, as the President speaks to the nation on Afghanistan, how Americans are embracing refugees of our longest war. Plus, sixteen years after Katrina: taking stock of what did and did not fail in New Orleans. And is it time for doctors groups to start sanctioning the doctors giving out livestock drugs to Covid patients?Guests: Rep. Adam Schiff, Jason Kander, Kimberley Motley, Rep. Troy Carter, Edward Link, Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill
Tonight: America's longest war is now officially over. What the end means for America, for the Taliban, and millions of citizens of Afghanistan. Then, as search and rescue operations continue in the gulf—the desperate hours for hospitals already overwhelmed by a pandemic. Plus, what we're now learning about Jim Jordan's multiple conversations with the president on January 6th—and why the select committee is seeking his phone records. And how the unhinged response to public health measures during the pandemic is taking a very dark turn.Guests: Andrew Bacevich, Atia Abawi, Dr. Corey Hebert, Dr. Sheri Fink, Joyce Vance, Olivia Beavers, Ruth Ben-Ghiat
Tonight: The unhinged backlash to a policeman defending democracy. Then, why are police unions across America so vehemently opposed to vaccine mandates? Plus, the shocking resolution after a State Attorney General struck and killed a pedestrian with his car. And Congresswoman Cori Bush slept on the Capitol steps to fight for an eviction moratorium—and she joins tonight to talk about how the Supreme Court just took it away. Guests: Adam Serwer, Amy Fried, Tom Kludt, Ben Rhodes, Rep. Cori Bush
Tonight: what we know about the bombing that killed U.S. Service Members and Afghan nationals at the Afghan airport, what it means for the evacuation effort, and what it means for ending the war. Then, an NBC News Exclusive: the Capitol Police Officer responsible for shooting and killing Ashli Babbitt speaks out for the first time. Tonight, why he's revealing his identity now—and why he decided to shoot. And former Attorney General Eric Holder on the Republican plan to take back power.Guests: Missy Ryan, James LaPorta, Azmat Khan, Damon Hewitt, Eric Holder
Tonight: Why so many Americans are being so misled by the right as the pandemic grows around the country. Then, the January 6 committee issues a truckload of records requests. Plus, how every single house Republican just voted against strengthening democracy. And what you need to know about what is being called a "stunning, radical and terrifying" decision by the Supreme Court. Guests: Gaylord Lopez, Gov. Phil Murphy, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Melissa Murray, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee
Tonight: As the pandemic spikes in states like South Dakota and Florida, the cruel irony of Republican leaders fear mongering over foreigners as coronavirus runs wild. Plus, Spencer Ackerman on Joe Biden actually ending America's forever war. Then, why today's big day for the Biden agenda in congress could be key for Democrats to hold power. And why this version of the California recall could be even worse than the last.Guests: Lucia Baez-Geller, Dr. Leslie Diaz, Spencer Ackerman, Sahil Kapur, Donna Edwards, David Plouffe
Tonight: Why the pandemic is somehow worse than ever in states like Florida—and how a failure of leadership that helped make it so. Then, how Stephen Miller and the anti-immigrant zealots in the Trump White House helped created the refugee crisis in Afghanistan. Plus, what we're learning tonight about the latest alleged MAGA bomber charged with threatening to use a "weapon of mass destruction" to blow up Washington, D.C. Guests: Kristin Soltis Anderson, Jeff Sharlet, Dr. Atul Gawande, Dr. Julie Morita, Olivia Troye, Sen. Chris Murphy
As a bonus for All In listeners, we're sharing a special preview of “Southlake,” a new, six-part original podcast series from NBC News that takes listeners inside a Texas suburb's war over race and education. Follow or subscribe to get the first two episodes on Monday, August 30: https://link.chtbl.com/southlake_feed
Tonight: The new reporting on January 6th that actually undermines Trump's defense. Then, the disgusting and racist response to Covid in Texas from the state's own GOP Lieutenant Governor. Plus, while the U.S. scrambles to get people out of Afghanistan, Republicans try to exploit the tragedy.Guests: Daniel Goldman, Khaled Hosseini, Ben Rhodes, Rep. Jasmine Crockett, David Plouffe
Tonight: The push to protect kids from both Covid—and the governors who ban mask mandates in schools. Then, the mad rush to evacuate Afghanistan as the Taliban blocks the airport road. And amid the escalating threat of right-wing terrorism, a Trump-extremist threatens to blow up his truck in Washington, D.C.Guests: Gov. Jay Inslee, Carlee Simon, Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, Clint Watts, Ryan Reilly, Sunil Varghese, Cornell Belcher
Tonight: What Biden's booster shot announcement means for you. Then, how the leader of pro-Covid republicans is undermining public health yet again. Plus, more desperate pleas for help as evacuation efforts in Afghanistan increase. And what the American military is now saying about the Afghan government's collapse.Guests: Dr. Peter Hotez, Olivia Troye, Tommy Vietor, Sarah Chayes, Nazrin Nawa, Dr. Francis Collins
Tonight: The venomous backlash against Afghan refugees. And a reminder of who started this terrible, twenty year war. Then, who could get a booster shot—and when? Plus, the latest push for Congress to save voting rights.Guests: Jamil Jaffer, Andrew Quilty, Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, Dr. Celine Gounder, Jane Graupman
Tonight: As desperate scenes unfold across Afghanistan, how twenty years of bad policy and big lies culminated in catastrophe. Then, the president's rationale for getting out of Aghanistan. And the only member of congress who voted against the war on why we never should have gotten in. Plus, as kids head back to school, meet the superintendent defying the Republican governor's ban on mask mandates. Guests: Craig Whitlock, Asmat Khan, Niloofar Rahmani, Michael Beschloss, Rep. Barbara Lee, Michael Hinojosa
Tonight: The great “Reinstatement Day has come and gone, but MAGA-fans are still trying to overturn democracy. Mary Trump joins to discuss the bizarre plot to put her uncle back in the White House. Then, Rand Paul and his family's undisclosed investment in a Covid drug. Plus, the terrible end to the terrible 20 year war in Afghanistan. Guests: Mary Trump, Ed Yong, Randi Weingarten, Walter Shaub, Spencer Ackerman, Niloofar Rahmani
Tonight: Trump escalates threats against a Capitol police officer. Then, meet the local Texas official defying the governor's anti-mask mandate. Plus, the head of the National Institutes of Health joins to talk about the need for booster shots—and what's the best way to get people to take the vaccine?Guests: Rick Wilson, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Dr. Francis Collins, Judge Clay Jenkins, Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, Dr. Adam Gaffney
Tonight: The widening investigation into Trump's attempt to subvert democracy—and the role his chief of staff played in it. Then: Just one day after the bipartisan infrastructure vote, Republicans are back to their old obstructionist ways. And as they cry freedom over masks and vaccines, what true libertarian scholars have to say about that argument. Guests: Joyce Vance, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Rep. Jasmine Crockett, Sen. Chris Van Hollen, Ilya Somin
A shocking announcement from Andrew Cuomo: Under threat of impeachment and pressure from his own party, New York's Democratic Governor steps down. But why does that never happen with Republicans? Then, a big bipartisan achievement for Biden—but can anything else get through the Senate? And as Covid cases surge in Florida, parents are now suing Governor DeSantis to get their kids protected. Guests: Katie Hill, Rebecca Traister, John Podesta, Alisha Todd, Gov. Tony Evers
Tonight: Harrowing new details on Trump's attempt to steal the election through the justice department. Is it time for criminal charges against him? Then, as Republicans play political games with the pandemic, kids are getting sick with Covid. Plus, Sen. Ed Markey on the need for a green new deal—and so much more to stop the climate catastrophe. Guests: Cynthia Alksne, Rep. Ted Lieu, Charles Booker, Olivia Troye, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, Sen. Ed Markey