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Privacy issues in black and white

Privacy issues in black and white

08/22/13 08:44PM

The outrage over the NSA's massive, sprawling data collection is different in the white community than in the black community, but why? Chris Hayes discusses with MSNBC contributor James Peterson and David Sirota, a columnist for Salon.com watch

The emergence of new, narrower socio...

The emergence of new, narrower socio-economic classes

08/22/13 08:43PM

A separate entrance for low-income residents in a Manhattan apartment building has critics saying it stinks of the "separate but equal" days. Chris Hayes speaks with writer Josh Barro, who defends the so-called "poor door," and Bertha Lewis, founder of... watch

The NRA's secret gun registry?

The NRA's secret gun registry?

08/22/13 08:33PM

The NRA raised the specter of a national gun registry for months. Turns out, it already exists, but it's not the federal government's secret database, it's the NRA's. An explosive new report from Buzzfeed says that for years, the organization has... watch

Click3: Russia offers unique modes of...

Click3: Russia offers unique modes of transportation

08/22/13 08:27PM

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesome things on the internet: Slate’s online game asks players to solve a ‘Gerrymandering Jigsaw Puzzle; The Winter Olympics are fast-approaching and tourists will be flooding Russia. Right now modes of... watch

Possible chemical weapons massacre in Syria

Possible chemical weapons massacre in Syria

08/22/13 08:00PM

Incredible, shocking news out of Syria. A possible chemical weapons massacre by the government of President Bashar al-Assad, with casualty estimates ranging from more than one hundred to more than 1200 including scores of children. The latter figure,... watch

A look into LGBT life in Russia

A look into LGBT life in Russia

08/22/13 08:00PM

Russia's deputy prime minister says the country will comply with the Olympic Charter's anti-discrimination provision, because its anti-gay laws do not violate it. Chris Hayes sits down with Russian journalist Masha Gessen for an incredibly powerful... watch

Click3: Sinkhole sucks down pack of trees

Click3: Sinkhole sucks down pack of trees

08/22/13 08:00PM

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for Thursday: a sinkhole consumes pack of trees. Blink and you’ll miss it!; a sheep protest shows what democracy looks like; and this lost & (nicely) found story will make your night. watch

DOJ sues Texas in Voting Rights battle

DOJ sues Texas in Voting Rights battle

08/22/13 08:00PM

Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, is suing the state of Texas; Two states suing the federal government; And a prominent Republican former Secretary of State Colin Powell, is lambasting the Republican Governor of North Carolina over... watch

Walmart Shareholder Summit - Ned Resnikoff - 08/22/2013

Walmart--yes, Walmart--celebrates U.S. manufacturing

08/22/13 06:44PM

When Walmart holds a shareholder meeting, it features celebrity guests like Tom Cruise and Hugh Jackman. And when the retail colossus hosts a summit on U.S. manufacturing, it includes a surprise musical performance by country music singer Ronnie Dunn. read more

All In agenda: The battle over voting rights

08/22/13 04:12PM

Thursday night on All In with Chris Hayes: The battle over voting rights is heating up. The federal government has been at odds with several Republican-led states over their efforts to change voting laws since the Supreme Court's decision in June striking down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.   read more

Obama, Education reform - Suzy Khimm - 08/22/2013

Would Obama's higher-ed plan actually make college a better deal?

08/22/13 02:50PM

President Obama unveiled a new higher-education plan Thursday that promises to make college more affordable by ranking colleges and universities based on performance. The changes could help students and their families make more informed decisions about where to enroll based on graduation rates, graduates' earnings, and other outcomes. But ... read more

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Each night, Chris Hayes partakes in lively conversations and debates with his guests.  Hayes covers not only the biggest news stories of the day, but also the issues that are personally important to him including social justice and the environment.  He also integrates social media into the show each night with his signature “Click 3” segment, highlighting the three most awesome things on the Internet according to Hayes and his viewers.

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