Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for Tuesday: Complete with awesome dance moves, the Ohio University Marching 110 performed Ylvis’ "The Fox"; a Star Wars museum in Northern California earned the Guinness World Record... watch
Another mass shooting, another incident labeled as "senseless." Chris Hayes explains the real reason the word "senseless" is used every time a tragedy like the one at the Washington Navy Yard is in the news. watch
Chris Hayes gives the latest details on Aaron Alexis, the alleged Navy Yard shooter, and speaks with Dave Cullen, the author of "Columbine" about how reporters cover mass shootings, and the shooters responsible for them. watch
Wednesday on All In with Chris Hayes: During a closed-door morning meeting, House Republicans rolled out their plan to deal with the impending budget issues. The U.S. is projected to hit its debt limit next month, and the federal government will not continue to be funded after Oct. 1 if Congress doesn't act. read more
The House of Representatives may approve a mammoth cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, also known as food stamps) as early as this Thursday. The Nutrition Reform and Work Opportunity Act would cut $39 billion out of SNAP between 2014 and 2023, according to a report from the Congressional Budget Office. If passed, the law is expected to cost 3.8 million people their SNAP eligibility in 2014 alone. read more
When I heard the very first reports of the Navy Yard shooting yesterday on my way to work, there were headlines about three shooters dressed in fatigues on a naval base. And my first awful thought was that we were witnessing some kind of "Homeland"-style domestic terror cell inside the Armed Services. I reeled at that and imagined what the fallout and investigations and recriminations would look like, what a huge, dominating story it was likely to be and how we would cover it. read more
The moment the horn went off in the hospital, Dr. Babak Sarani knew something wasn't right.
It was 8:40 a.m. on a Monday—an unusual time for the alert that summons his trauma unit at George Washington University Hospital.
But Dr. Sarani, the hospital's chief trauma surgeon, did what he does several times a week at the DC hospital: he took the elevator downstairs and waited for a patient with a gunshot wound to be wheeled into the trauma bay. read more
Chris Hayes talks to recalled Colorado State Sens. John Morse and Angela Giron about their continued fight for gun control – and the role of the NRA and national gun lobby groups in recall efforts in Colorado. watch
Chris Hayes talks about the increasing regulatory roll of the Federal Reserve with Heather McGhee and and Alexis Goldstein - and why so many people are paying attention to who President Obama's will choose for Chair of the Federal Reserve. watch
Larry Summers withdrew his name from consideration for Chairman of the Federal Reserve. Chris Hayes talks to Sen. Sherrod Brown about the letter circulating in favor of Janet Yellen for the position, as well as what Summers’ withdrawing his name means... watch
1. Complete with awesome dance moves, the Ohio University Marching 110 performed Ylvis’ ‘The Fox.’ This might make the fox speechless?
2. With 300,000 unique Star Wars related pieces, a Star Wars museum in Northern California earned the Guinness World Record for the “Largest Collection of Star Wars Memorabilia." Here’s to that guy who will now collect 300,001 unique Star Wars-related pieces.
3. There had to be a sign warning against this.
Chris Hayes talks about the UN report on Syria, as well as the inner-workings of the U.S.-Russia deal and the fate of Assad’s chemical weapons stockpiles. Rep. Alan Grayson joins the discussion to talk about the response of fellow lawmakers, like Sen.... watch
Chris Hayes debunks the gun-free zone myth argued by many conservatives and gun rights advocates that killers choose sites that are gun-free zones because they know that nobody with a gun will be there to stop them. watch