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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: What we know after a dozen officials testify, and are Articles of Impeachment next? Plus, all the corruption Trump's not being impeached over. Then, Chris sits down with legendary journalist Bill Moyers on the dangers of so much dishonesty.
Tonight: the trouble Rudy is in and just what information his indicted associate handed over to investigators. Then, Republicans in Congress pick up what the President wanted Ukraine to do. Plus, Trump fires his own Navy Secretary to support an accused war criminal.
Tonight: the push to slow down so key witnesses can testify. Then: how the top Republican on the Intelligence Committee is now implicated in the Ukraine scandal. And just who is the constituency for Bloomberg, the newest candidate in the 2020 race?
Tonight: what we know about what the Intelligence Committee has found, what the Judiciary Committee is planning for this week, and what it all means for the President and his lawyer. Then, are House Democrats about to give the President a political victory on trade? Plus, the indicted House Republican who threw his wife under the bus takes a plea.
Tonight: damning new evidence that strikes at the heart of the case for Impeaching the President. Then, new questions about who the President's lawyer was calling inside the White House. Plus, what the departure of Kamala Harris means for the Democratic Primary.
Tonight: the big takeaways from today's judiciary hearing, the weak defense of the President from the Republican witness, and what happens next in the impeachment process. Plus, as the whole world watches impeachment unfold, how the Trump administration just kicked hundreds of thousands of Americans off of food stamps.
Tonight: what we know about new hearings and what happens next. Plus, Democrat Denny Heck on why he says the President and Republicans are causing him to resign from Congress. Then, sixty days from the first vote, Democratic front-runner Bernie Sanders joins Chris from Iowa.
Tonight: how Donald Trump has managed to separate his entire party from reality--and Congressman Ted Lieu and Senator Mazie Hirono on what happens next. Plus, new alarms over Rudy Giuliani's return to Ukraine. Then, former Congresswoman Katie Hill on why she's speaking out just weeks after her resignation.