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Republicans attack health care delays, again

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In "Trenders," Samuel L. Jackson calls out a reporter. Norway's Curling team has the best pants in Sochi. Ed Schultz and Dr. Corey Hebert discuss health care.

Republicans attack the essential USPS

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The U.S. Postal Service never stops working, despite winter storms, yet the GOP continue to sabotage the great institution. Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses.

Republicans bet you won’t read the fine print

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Is the NRCC using “dirty tricks” to confuse voters trying to support Democrats to donate to their opponents? Rev. Sharpton investigates these new websites.

Fractured GOP pick four Republicans to respond

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In Trenders "persecuted" Perkins half-apologizes, while Florida manatees make their Super Bowl picks. Rep. Garamendi discusses the GOP SOTU response.

How crazy are House Republicans?

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President Obama predicted that congressional Republicans "aren't crazy enough" to go to the brink on the debt ceiling again. We're about to find out if he's right. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with E.J. Dionne and Sam Stein.

Republicans and abortion

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It hasn't even been a year since the GOP released their postelection autopsy, but the GOP is now doubling down on its opposition to abortion rights. Lawrence O'Donnell talks with Martha Plimpton and Karen Finney.

Republicans panic about Christie tumble

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Chris Hayes looks at how the Republican Party is responding to the latest round of Christie allegations.

Republicans and the War on Poverty

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Fifty years ago, Democratic President Lyndon Johnson announced his ambitious anti-poverty agenda (which included a little program called Medicare); 50 years later, Republicans are still attacking it. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Jared Bernstein.

How many Republicans have poverty solutions?

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Only six Republican senators voted in favor of advancing legislation to expand unemployment insurance. Joy Reid and the NOW guests examine which members of the Republican Party actually have economic solutions for fighting poverty.

Republicans demand heartless offsets

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Jobless Americans depend on their unemployment benefits, but House Republican leaders refuse to restore those benefits unless offsets are found.

Republicans rank low on food policy scorecard

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Tom Colicchio from Food Policy Action joins the NOW panel to discuss lawmakers’ zeal to cut food stamps at a time of historic poverty.

Heartless’ Republicans on unemployment

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President Obama calls on Republicans to extend unemployment benefits, set to expire a few days after Christmas for more than a million Americans; Rand Paul claims those benefits do a "disservice." Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Robert Reich and Richard Wolffe.

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