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Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-SD) joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss the standoff between Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell over an organizing resolution, and the prospects for bipartisanship in a 50-50 senate. When I look at the three leaders, President Biden, Chuck Schumer, and Mitch McConnell, they have almost a century of Senate service, a century. That's 100 years of working together in various ways," Daschle says. "If a century of service in the senate doesn't serve as a fact
President Biden announced he would be signing two executive orders to help provide economic relief to Americans amid the Covid-19 pandemic, saying "no one should have to choose between their livelihoods and their own health."
Climate change activist Greta Thunberg says that the climate goals from the Biden administration are "very far from being in line with the Paris Agreement" but welcomes the new tone from the president.
President Biden is making his first call to a foreign leader today since his inauguration, putting a focus on the United States’ relationship with other countries around the world. Eurasia Group founder and president Ian Bremmer join Stephanie Ruhle to discuss why his call might be a little tense.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced efforts the Biden administration will be taking to combat the "growing national security threat" of domestic violent extremism. Included in these efforts, the Director of National Intelligence will be asked to complete a "comprehensive threat assessment" in the country.
Home-run hitting baseball legend Hank Aaron has died at age 86. Aaron spent 21 seasons of his 23-year career playing for the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves and broke Babe Ruth's all-time home run record.
One in 4 people who can get pregnant will terminate a pregnancy by the age of 45. And they live in every religious community.
The Senate has voted to confirm President Biden's nominee to serve as secretary of defense, retired Gen. Lloyd Austin, the first Black American to hold the position.
Sen. Chuck Schumer announced on the Senate floor that the House of Representatives will submit the article of impeachment against former President Trump on Monday and the Senate will then hold a trial.
If Democrats are going to hold on to the momentum galvanized under Trump’s disastrous term, they need to deliver.
U.S. Capitol Police are investigating a report that Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., tried to take a gun onto the House floor Thursday, a department spokesperson said. The panel discusses.
After a lot of heartbreak, hope feels weird. And yet ...
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain tells Lawrence O'Donnell that the supply of Covid-19 vaccines will increase by 20 percent because President Joe Biden invoked the Defense Production Act. Ron Klain says the Trump administration "fell so far behind" on vaccinations.
Rachel Maddow looks at how the Biden administration came into office with a well planned agenda, but a lot of their early work is taking care of the basics of governing that he Trump administration neglected or was too incompetent to perform.
It was a fitting cap to Trump’s corrupt administration that in his final hours, he pardoned Bannon— forgiving his alleged crime of fleecing Trump's own supporters—and rescinded the lobbying ban that he had put in place at the start of his term.
Chris Hayes: “Democrats are going to have to choose really soon: do they roll over for phony calls for unity that absolve the Republican Party for its trespasses against American democracy? Or, do they wield the rare power they have won through democratic means to repair democracy and people's lives?”
In a ReidOut exclusive, DNC Chairman Jaime Harrison tells Joy Reid that he wants the party to invest in a 50 state strategy to be prepared for the next races.
On the inauguration festivities, Joy Reid says Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman stole the show: “That is the America that won and defeated the ugly forces of January 6th.”
On the Biden Administration’s first day in office and their relationship with the press, Yamiche Alincdor says "We're going to ask tough questions, I'm going to ask tough questions. But at least we're in a situation where they're saying we're going to level with you. We're not going to lie to you upfront ..."
Sen. Bernie Sanders brought the drip to Biden’s inauguration, and everybody noticed. MSNBC’s Ari Melber discusses how Sanders’ “inaugural chic” took the internet by storm, and highlights some of The Beat’s favorite memes that have been created to memorialize the striking look.