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#click3 : Class 101: The quadruple take

08/29/13 08:41PM

1.   Zero Republicans showed up to yesterday’s 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.  The GOP instead tried to pull the “the invitation arrived too late in the mail” card. #facepalm 2.  Just in time for school to begin, Patrick Stewart is teaching the Internet the quadruple take.  A++++ for Professor Xavier! 3. One redditor decided to scatter 51 photos of Nicholas Cage throughout a friend’s house…which is still better than making him watch the The Ghost Rider franchise. read more

All In agenda: Cory Booker on race, criminal justice, and his Senate campaign

08/29/13 06:20PM

Thursday night on All In with Chris Hayes: As the world awaits a strike on Syria, the U.S.'s intelligence proving the Syrian government set off last week's reported chemical weapons attack is still being kept secret. Top Obama administration officials have said they intercepted communications incriminating the Syrian military, but cautioned there is no "smoking gun" explicitly linking the attack to President Bashar al-Assad. read more

Fast Food Strike - Ned Resnikoff - 08/28/2013

National fast food strike hits dozens of cities

08/29/13 08:00AM

Fast food workers staged a nationwide strike across dozens of American cities on Thursday morning, demanding a $15 per hour wage and the right to form a union. The strike, which is believed to be the largest in the industry's history, included work stoppages in regions of the country which had never seen concentrated fast food labor activism before. read more

Martin Luther King; Dorothy Height

All In agenda: 'I have a dream'

08/28/13 05:05PM

Watch a very special edition of All In with Chris Hayes Wednesday night for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech in its entirety, without commercial interruption. read more