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GOP obstruction sparks nuclear reaction

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Michael Beschloss, NBC News presidential historian, talks with Rachel Maddow about Senate decorum and rules and the GOP's historic abuse of the filibuster.

A historic day: Nuclear option in the Senate

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Today, for the first time in nearly 40 years, the Senate changed its rules on filibusters. Senator Tom Udall and Senator Tim Kaine join Chris Hayes to discuss.

Right overreacts to the nuclear option

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Rev. Sharpton and the panel discuss how the right wing is completely overreacting to the Democrat’s decision to move forward with the nuclear option.

Harry Reid’s nuclear power filibuster move

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In Ask Ed Live, Ed Schultz explains the fact that controversial stories sell, while setting the record straight about ACA, Plus, Ed discusses Reid's  big move.

GOP obstruction forces Reid to go nuclear

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Sen. Harry Reid resorts to the nuclear option after Republicans continue to block judicial nominees. Ed Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders discuss.

Nuclear Choice within the Senate

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Senate Democrats employ the so-called "nuclear option" in response to an unprecedented series of Republican filibusters. (03:21)

‘Clear as day’ Iran would enrich after nuclear deal says ‘positive’ former U.S. professional

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It’s “as clear as day” that under any nuclear deal, Iran will continue to enrich fissile material, the former U.S. official on non-proliferation Mark Fitzpatrick told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday. “There’s going to be some enrichment at the end of the day of any deal that’s done,” Fitzpatrick said. “Iran is just simply not going to capitulate no matter how many sanctions they face.” Though the details of on-going nuclear talks between Iran and world powers are scarce, most agree that a deal would include the temporary removal of some economic sanctions in exchange for assurances that Iran is not seeking nuclear weapons – though the country would likely still be allowed to enrich uranium for civilian and research use. Though the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty – to which Iran is signatory – allows for nuclear enrichment, numerous U.N. Security Council resolutions have called on Iran to halt all enrichment activity. Fitzpatrick said he is “unusually optimistic” that the pieces are in place for a nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

Time to use the nuclear option

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Chris Hayes looks at why Harry Reid should use the nuclear option.

Time to use the nuclear option

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Chris Hayes looks at why Harry Reid should use the nuclear option.

Will the Senate go nuclear?

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Chris Hayes talks about the "nuclear option" with Senator Jeff Merkley Dahlia Lithwick and Alan Frumin.

Will the Senate go nuclear?

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Chris Hayes talks about the "nuclear option" with Senator Jeff Merkley Dahlia Lithwick and Alan Frumin.

Can a deal be agreed on Iran’s nuclear future?

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CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with former U.S. Senior State Department Official Thomas Pickering.

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