Wednesday night on All In with Chris Hayes: Violence broke out again in Egypt when security forces clashed with demonstrators protesting last month's overthrow of President Morsi. More than 250 people were killed and more than 2,000 injured Wednesday when the military moved in to clear the protesters' camps. Interim Vice President Mohamed El Baradei announced his resignation Wednesday after the violent crackdown. read more
The 17 nations which use the Euro as their official currency saw overall growth over the past few months, according to a Wednesday report from Eurostat, the official statistical office for the European Union. The gross domestic product of the so-called E17 grew by 0.3% in the second quarter of 2013, leading officials and economic observers to believe the region's 18-month, double-dip recession may finally be coming to a close. read more
1. Neighbor relations are off to a rocky start for one man in China after he spent $130,000 to turn his penthouse apartment into a mountain nirvana.
2. Monday's video of Prime Minister Stoltenberg pretending to be a taxi driver was a hit! Too bad it wasn’t all true. It turns out, 5 of the 14 passengers the Norwegian Prime Minister picked up were paid actors. Womp womp. read more
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On Monday morning, a judge found New York City's controversial stop-and-frisk policy unconstitutional, insisting that the city assumed a policy of "indirect racial profiling." Later that day the city's mayor, Michael Bloomberg, a vocal advocate of the policing practice, announced his plan to appeal the decision. read more
Tuesday night on All In: Piper Kerman, author of the bestseller Orange Is the New Black which inspired the new Netflix series of the same name, will join Chris Hayes to talk about her memoir and the year in prison that inspired it. The Smith College graduate was 24 years old when she became involved with a drug-smuggling ring for several months at the urging of an older girlfriend. read more