Christopher Hayes

MSNBC

Guest

Host of All In on MSNBC; former Washington, DC editor of The Nation, where he blogged regularly

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Another mass shooting has left ten people dead at a community college in Oregon. Also on the program, Russian strikes in Syria.

Another Mass Shooting

Another mass shooting has left ten people dead at a community college in Oregon. Also on the program, Russian strikes in Syria.

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Barack Obama's first  State of the Union  address touched on many subjects in more than an hour of prime time TV. But the principal focus was the economy.

State of the Union: 'We Don't Quit...I Don't Quit'

Barack Obama's first State of the Union address touched on many subjects in more than an hour of prime time TV. But the principal focus was the economy.

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Barack Obama's first  State of the Union  address touched on many subjects in more than an hour of prime time TV. But the principal focus was the economy.

The State of the Union: 'We Don't Quit...I Don't Quit'

Barack Obama's first State of the Union address touched on many subjects in more than an hour of prime time TV. But the principal focus was the economy.

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