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  • California Braces for a Historic Fire Season

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    7/16/15

    Chris Hayes talks to San Diego Fire-Rescue's Chris Heiser about how the department is preparing for the worst, four years into the state's drought.
  • The Political Battle Over Water in California

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    7/16/15

    Chris Hayes talks to Steve Fleischli, Director of the Water Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council, about competing interests in how water is used in California?s central valley.
  • Farming Through a Drought

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    7/15/15

    Chris Hayes travels to one of the most productive patches of agriculture in the world - California's Central Valley - and talks with farmer Joe Del Bosque about farming in the midst of a drought.moreless
  • LA Mayor Garcetti On Adapting to Historic Drought

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    7/15/15

    Chris Hayes talks with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about the water efficiency and conservation measures adopted by his city in response to California's historic drought.
  • Racism Is a Physical Experience

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    7/15/15

    Chris Hayes talks to author Ta-Nehisi Coates about his new book "Between the World and Me"
  • California?s Epic Drought

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    7/14/15

    California is in the grips of an historic drought, a problem not just for California, but for the entire country. Chris Hayes explains.
  • Did Paying People Not to Kill Bring Down Murder Numbers?

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    7/11/15

    Chris Hayes talks to Devone Boggan, founder of a program that's paying people not to shoot each other.
  • Chicago Killings and the Heat

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    7/10/15

    Steve Kornacki talks to The Guardian's Gary Younge about whether a rise in temperature is a reason murders increase during this time of the year.
  • New York Appoints a Special Prosecutor for Police Killings

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    7/10/15

    Chris Hayes talks to the man in charge of that new office, Executive Deputy Attorney General for Social Justice Alvin Bragg.
  • Iran Nuclear Talks Continue Past Deadline

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    7/8/15

    Secretary of State John Kerry will stay at the negotiations in Vienna for another few days in hopes of resolving the remaining issues standing in the way of a deal.
  • Court Docs: Cosby Obtained Drugs to Give Women

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    7/7/15

    According to documents unsealed by a judge Monday, embattled comedian Bill Cosby admitted in 2005 that he obtained drugs to give women for sex. Steve Kornacki and guests discuss the latest.
  • What Makes America Great

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    7/3/15

    Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, Chris Hayes and guests at the All In The USA Special Cookout Spectacular talk about what makes this country great.
  • Bree Newsome Exclusive

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    7/3/15

    Bree Newsome, the woman who climbed a flagpole on the grounds of the South Carolina statehouse and removed the Confederate flag, joins Chris Hayes for her first cable news interview.
  • Obama's Poll Numbers Moving up

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    7/1/15

    For the first time in more than two years, President Obama's job approval rating is at 50% following a monumental week of his presidency.
  • Confederate Flag Fights Still Persist

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    7/1/15

    Even though it looks like the South Carolina legislature has the votes to take down the confederate flag, there are still protests, counter-protests, and a planned rally by the Ku Klux Klan.
  • Bree Newsome Takes Matters Into Her Own Hands

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    6/30/15

    After activist Bree Newsome temporarily took down the Confederate flag outside the SC capitol, a poll of state lawmakers finds there's enough support to pass a bill removing it permanently.
  • Who Is Burning Black Churches?

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    6/30/15

    The FBI and ATF are now helping investigate a string of fires at black churches in the South since the massacre in Charleston, at least three of which are being investigated as arson, prompting #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches to trend nationally on Twitter.moreless
  • We?ve Been Silent About 'History for So Long'

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    6/29/15

    Bryan Stevenson, founder and Executive Director of the Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative, talks to Chris Hayes about removing symbols of the Confederate legacy in southern states.
  • Trump Defends 'insulting' Comments About Mexicans

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    6/28/15

    As he zooms to second place among GOP presidential candidates, Donald Trump is dealing with fallout from his provocative comments.
  • ?[My Son] Is Going to Know Nothing But Equality

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    6/27/15

    Rob Talmas and Joseph Vitale, plaintiffs in the same sex marriage case decided today by the Supreme Court, tell Chris Hayes what the ruling means for their family.
  • 1st Openly Gay Senator Reflects On SCOTUS Ruling

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    6/27/15

    Chris Hayes talks to the first openly gay U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin about the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling on same-sex marriage.
  • Obama Brings 'Amazing Grace' to Charleston Funeral

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    6/27/15

    Delivering the eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney, one of the nine massacred in Charleston, the president gave one of the most stirring speeches of his presidency on race and social change.
  • I Have No Respect for Your Ancestors

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    6/26/15

    Law professor Paul Butler tells Chris Hayes he refuses to be polite about people's Confederate heritage when their ancestors, he says, thought his ancestors should be enslaved.
  • Backlash Over Confederate Flag Backlash

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    6/25/15

    One South Carolina lawmaker stands by the Confederate flag at the State House, and questions whether the victims of the shooting at Emanuel AME Church could have done more to stop the gunman.moreless
  • Little Talk of Gun Control After Charleston

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    6/25/15

    The focus on the Confederate battle flag after the Charleston shootings has pushed the national conversation away from guns.
  • A Look at Shocking Domestic Terror Statistics

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    6/25/15

    Chris Hayes looks at whether the acceptance of Jihadi extremism in this country is overblown.
  • The Real History of the Confederate Flag

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    6/24/15

    Those who claim the Confederate battle flag has no racial connotation are ignoring its use as a symbol of opposition to the civil rights movement.
  • Momentum Turns Against the Confederate Flag

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    6/24/15

    More southern states are rethinking the prominent placement of Confederate symbols, and major nationwide retailers have moved to eliminate Confederate merchandise from their shelves.
  • Hate Crime Investigation Into Charleston Massacre

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    6/19/15

    Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced today that the Justice Department has opened a hate crime investigation into the Charleston massacre.
  • Confederate Flag Controversy Revived

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    6/19/15

    Following the Charleston massacre, the confederate flag controversy in that state has been revived.
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