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Chris Hayes


Progressives Urge Democratic Leaders to Fight Back Against '200 MPH Right-Wing War Machine' Targeting Ilhan Omar

"Democratic leadership thinks it can avoid fights and controversy and get back to normal. It is wrong. There is no more normal."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·


Bill to End Yemen Siege Passes—No Thanks to MSNBC

After Khashoggi outrage passes, cable network goes back to ignoring US-backed humanitarian disaster

Adam Johnson ·


'We Will Have to Mobilize Our Entire Economy': Watch Ocasio-Cortez's Urgent Call for Green New Deal

"This is urgent, and to think that we have time is such a privileged and removed-from-reality attitude that we cannot tolerate."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·


Matt Taibbi and Aaron Maté on How Russiagate Helped Trump

A sad irony is that the Russiagate narrative, which so many people clung to in an attempt to bring down Trump, only helped him.

Katie Halper ·



As Pelosi Unveils ACA Fix, Medicare for All Backers Say 'Now Is Not the Time for Watered-Down, Incremental Measures'

"Democrats have an opportunity to show real leadership with the transformative change that will most protect all Americans."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·


'You're Damn Right': Sanders Doesn't Cower From Call to Get Rid of Private Insurance Companies

Arguing against incremental reform, 2020 candidate says, "You are not going to be able, in the long run, to have cost-effective, universal healthcare unless you change the system."

Jake Johnson, staff writer ·



Elizabeth Warren Praised for Plan to Break Up Tech Giants

"A new anti-monopoly movement is happening, and Warren is coming out swinging at the right targets!" says Zephyr Teachout

Andrea Germanos, staff writer ·


With Trump Pushing Regime Change in Venezuela, Critics Warn News Outlets Failing US Viewers Once Again

"If the US had a major state TV network it would sound exactly like this. 100% pure, uncritical cheerleading."

Jon Queally, staff writer ·