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Drug courts have helped some addicts recover. But they may be delaying expansion of treatment programs that will best reduce harms from addiction.
The Washington Post's Ezra Klein joins Chris Hayes to discuss whether a new bipartisan proposal in the Senate could pave the way for states to adopt single-payer healthcare systems.
Amid widespread allegations of electoral fraud and a chaotic international relief effort, Haitians themselves are surviving with dignity and heroism.
Sergeant Chuck Luther seeks justice after his torture at the hands of the US military.
Conservative groups backed by wealthy donors are attacking the legislation at the state level.
In Germany, a strong social safety net keeps people from plunging into the abyss. Why are we so averse to having that security in the United States?
Let's give the president credit for pushing through the most far-reaching and economically redistributive social legislation since the New Deal.
The progressive campaign to win health reform was several years in the making and based on a well-developed and resourced plan, from which other progressive campaigns can learn.
Understanding reproductive coercion "turns on its head the myth that it's always women who trick their boyfriends into getting them pregnant," says Lynn Harris.
Why we're losing the war against influenza.
- Five Israeli Talking Points on Gaza—Debunked
- Why It Matters That Norman Finkelstein Just Got Arrested Outside the Israeli Consulate
- How One Unlikely Rodent Is Saving the American West—and Perhaps the Planet
- Don’t Worry, the ‘Grown-Ups’ Will Deal With Gaza
- Here’s What Happens When an NFL Player Beats His Fiancée Unconscious
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