All In with Chris Hayes

Mazie Hirono dropped the curse word on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes."
“This is the personalization of a family business dealing with U.S. policy," said Barry McCaffrey.
While I absolutely believe that AA is far from perfect, please trust me when I suggest that we would not want to wake up tomorrow in a world without it.
Smooth -- who in addition to hosting a long-running hip-hop show on New York's WBAI radio station also video blogs about
Distributing fliers is no new method for the KKK, who have repeatedly dispersed threatening notices in communities around
Hayes is not alone on the topic of Ebola fear-mongering. Since the news of the disease first began to ripple through America
Polling is a tricky business, and numbers can often be misleading, but it's safe to say that there's something suspect about
Hayes asked Scarmado how he would respond to critics who say young children shouldn't be allowed to fire automatic weapons
Watch the interview in the clip above from 4:53 to 8:17 (via MSNBC) He also addressed the wave of unaccompanied minors who
We celebrate this year, 50 years since the signing of a Civil Rights bill that gave Blacks access to public accommodations that were segregated by race. Now, 50 years later we are marching to maintain public services that are human rights, but being segregated by class.
Neil deGrasse Tyson says the wealthy will soon be forced to pay attention to climate change: Not because of any political
Things started out on a good note. Hayes pointed out that despite the Republican attacks on the Obama administration, former
Hayes called the tweet "a real zinger," and said that nevertheless, he appreciates Twitter for allowing him to "jack into
"This has been on Fox all the time," he said. "That got zero, zero coverage," he said. Hayes's top under-covered story of
"The situation in Egypt in terms of the objective, day-to-day circumstances of living, have been difficult for a long time and they became more difficult after the revolution and removal of Mubarak. But returning to the security state is precisely the wrong answer."
As host of All In, a weekday prime-time show on MSNBC, Chris Hayes has emerged as one of the most prominent progressive commentators in the country.
Snyder told Hayes she felt she was being "severely punished" and forced to retire earlier than she'd planned. Despite being
According to police department data, 87 percent of individuals stopped and searched in 2011 and 2012 were black or Latino
In response to the Greenwald comments, Wikileaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson offered TPM a hedged response: "I can confirm
Krikorian's cover story neatly synthesizes all of these concepts. He dismisses the contention that the proper lesson from