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Listen to Chris Hayes' and Kara Swisher's complete interview with Tim Cook from the MSNBC & Recode "Revolution: Apple Changing the World" town hall event. Cook sounds off on the future of education and technology, privacy and your data, the NRA, and much more. (Check out video clips from the program at MSNBC.com/Revolution)
Tonight: Chuck Rosenberg on what separates America from an authoritarian spiral. Plus, is there really such things as moderate and progressives lane in the Democratic Primary? Then, we hear from the organizers attempting to lay the groundwork for 2020 success. Also, Chef Andrew Zimmern on the politics of food in Trump's America.
The Trump administration wants to legalize transgender discrimination in the workplace. This conversation breaks down how we reached this point. From the ways our social system constructs and uses gender, to the law and its limitations, to the political struggles within the LGBTQ community, Chase Strangio discusses many of the complex factors at play in the fight for transgender rights. A lawyer at the ACLU and a trans man himself, Strangio has been at the epicenter of the extremely high stakes battle for transgender people to receive equality and recognition. Right now, he is part of the legal team preparing to challenge the Trump administration before the Supreme Court, representing a woman fired for being trans.
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Tonight: Thousands of former Justice Department officials call for Barr's resignation. Then, new reporting on Trump's ruthless search for the "anonymous" resister inside the White House. And on this Presidents Day, a look at how the decisions candidates make can shape generations to come.
Tonight: as the President continues to attack Roger Stone's judge, are more pardons on the way? Plus, Congresswoman Maxine Waters on what Democrats can do about an out of control President. Then, Senator Brian Schatz on why he says the Trump administration is woefully unprepared to deal with coronavirus.
Tonight: Roger Stone sentenced to prison, despite incredible pressure from the President. Then, a bombshell claim by Julian Assange that a US congressman offered him a pardon…on instructions from the President.
New details about Russian interference to help Trump, and to help the Democratic front-runner too. Then, the latest effort by Republicans to mess with the census. On the eve of the Nevada Caucus, a big announcement from Bloomberg about the women who accused him of sexual harassment.
Is it too late for us? Scientists have spent decades sounding the alarm on the devastating effects of climate change. And for decades, society decided to do pretty much nothing about it. In fact, over the past 30 years, we’ve done more damage to the climate than in all of human history. Now, there’s a real chance we may have waited too long to avoid widespread tragedy and suffering. In his book “The Uninhabitable Earth”, David Wallace-Wells depicts a catastrophic future far worse than we ever imagined...and far sooner than we thought. It is undoubtedly a brutal truth to face, as you will hear in this episode, but if there’s any hope to avert the worst case scenarios, we have to start now.
Tonight: New reporting that the Trump purge of "disloyal" government officials is as bad as it looks. Then, as coronavirus cases grow outside of China and global markets panic, what the Trump administration should be doing.