1. In an interview with MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki, Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer alleged that the Christie administration threatened to withhold Sandy relief funds unless she agreed to construction of a private development. Now the FBI has showed up to ask questions. Joining Chris Hayes to discuss are former New Jersey State Sen. Barbara Buono and Hoboken City Councilman, David Mello.
2. We’ll be fact checking Mitch McConnell’s recent campaign ad featuring a Paducah, Kentucky man who worked at a uranium enrichment plant and was exposed to radiation that caused life-threatening cancer. The man celebrates McConnell for stepping in and saving his life. Did he? Joining Chris Hayes to discuss is Political Reporter at Huffington Post, Jason Cherkis.
3. Why is NFL player Richard Sherman being labeled a thug? Joining Chris Hayes is Associate Professor of History & Director, Institute for African American Studies (IAAS) at the University of Connecticut, Jelani Cobb.
4. Today former Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said this: “The fact is the Republicans don’t have a war on women, they have a war for women, to empower them to be something other than victims of their gender.” And Republicans don’t have a problem appealing to women? Joining Chris Hayes to discuss are host of MSNBC’s Disrupt, Karen Finney, reporter at the National Review, Betsy Woodruff, and author of “Big Girls Don’t Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women,” Rebecca Traister.