Speaking to a crowd of students and teachers at a campaign-style event in Maryland, President Obama came armed with a very clear message: The Affordable Care Act is here to stay - deal with it. Chris Hayes talks with Republican Congresswoman Renee... watch
House Republicans signaled Thursday they were shifting their focus to duel with Democrats over the country's debt ceiling—a fight that could put America's economy and financial markets at far greater risk than a short-term budget shutdown.
Though the possibility of a shutdown isn't off the table, House Speaker John Boehner downplayed its likelihood. "I do not expect that to happen," he told reporters Thursday morning. read more
Conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch have been two of the biggest financial backers of efforts to impede President Obama's agenda. During a Thursday speech, the president called out the two major right-wing donors over their efforts to undermine the Affordable Care Act.
"Some of the Tea Party’s biggest donors, some of the wealthiest men in America, are funding a cynical ad campaign trying to convince young people not to buy health care at all," he said. "I mean think about it: These are billionaires several times over—you know they’ve got good health care." read more
There are some legitimate concerns about the implementation of Obamacare. Chris Hayes tackles them with Democratic candidate for Congress in Pennsylvania's 13th district, Valerie Arkoosh, and Business Insider's Josh Barro. watch
Over the last three last years, we have been subjected to a number of fallacies and intentionally misleading information about Obamacare. To debunk those myths, Chris Hayes talks with The Washington Post's Ezra Klein. watch
Ted Cruz's dramatic reading of Dr. Seuss's beloved book, "Green Eggs and Ham," may have earned him fans in conservative circles, but some Seuss scholars have noted that Dr. Seuss -- or Theodor Geisel, would not have like Cruz using his material. Chris... watch
1. We now know what the fox says. And it's terrifying.
And since you're 100% not tired of this song, here's a parody from some Abercrombie models:
2. New Yorkers might want to hightail it out of the city to buy castles. Because they can. Because New York City apartments cost the same as castles.
3. One Breaking Bad fan decided to write Bryan Cranston a letter about her..."fandom."
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for September 25: 1) Abercrombie & Fitch's version of "What Does The Fox Say" plus what the fox ACTUALLY says 2) 6 castles less expensive than New York City apartments and 3) an... watch