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Police wearing riot gear stand at a post as they wait for a crowd to disperse Monday, Aug. 11, 2014, in Ferguson, Mo.

Cop who threatened to 'kill everybody' expected to get full pension

08/29/14 06:15PM

The St. Louis County police officer who was recently suspended after video surfaced of him threatening to "kill everybody" and who shoved CNN's Don Lemon on live television in Ferguson has retired. Officer Dan Page, a 35-year veteran of the force, had his last day on August 25th. Sergeant Colby Dolly, aid to the St. Louis County Police Chief, told msnbc by phone that Page is expected to receive his full pension. read more

Here's some good news!

Here's some good news!

08/28/14 08:57PM

In a summer of depressing news, there is some good news to report: Chris Hayes brings it to you, complete with doggy pool party video. watch

Boots on the ground

Boots on the ground

08/28/14 08:17PM

President Obama firmly rules out U.S. military action, as NATO details how Russian troops are definitely inside Ukraine's borders. Chris Hayes has the very latest. watch

Burgers and Bullets shutters

Burgers and Bullets shutters

08/28/14 08:15PM

Four days after a 9 year old girl accidentally killed an instructor on the Burgers and Bullets range with a fully automatic Uzi sub machine gun, and one day after the range operator told Chris Hayes that his business would stay open, it closes indefinitel watch

In the air, a war over legroom

In the air, a war over legroom

08/27/14 08:45PM

A mid-flight confrontation over the "Knee Defender" propels a debate over whether it is okay to recline your airplane seat. Chris Hayes talks with Ira Goldman, the device's inventor. watch

Welcome home, Peter Theo Curtis

Welcome home, Peter Theo Curtis

08/27/14 08:30PM

Peter Theo Curtis, an American journalist released after being held for nearly two years by militants from an al Qaeda-affiliated group, delivered a heart-warming address to the media assembled outside his mother's house as he returned home. watch

Do police get too much benefit of the doubt?

Do police get too much benefit of the doubt?

08/27/14 08:00PM

Prosecutors and juries may tend to trust police accounts, but sometimes video evidence reveals a different story. Chris Hayes talks with John Crawford Jr., the father of a man killed by police inside an Ohio Walmart, and the family’s attorney Michael... watch

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