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All In agenda: Best pope ever!

09/12/13 06:56PM

Thursday night on All In with Chris Hayes: Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote an op-ed published Wednesday in The New York Times to "speak directly to the American people and their political leaders" about the crisis in Syria. read more

Adopted children - Collier Meyerson - 09/12/2013

The underground market for unwanted children

09/11/13 09:39PM

This week, Reuters and NBC released a series of reports about underground on-line networks that enable adoptive parents to relinquish custody of their children to strangers. The practice is known as 're-homing' and the transaction is made possible due to a loophole. According to Reuters, "children can be sent to new families quickly through a basic 'power of attorney' document--a notarized statement declaring the child to be in the care of another adult."  But the rampant abuse and neglect uncovered in "re-homing" raises questions about its legality. read more

#click3: Bon Appétit!

09/11/13 08:33PM

1. This time-lapse video of the construction of the new World Trade Center is a must-see. 2. Go ahead, start playing with your food. The Sydney International Food Festival mixed nutrition and patriotism. 3. Round of applause for reporting, now we finally know what the fox says. read more

"Declaration of National Emergency" , Obama - Ned Resnikoff - 09/11/2013

Obama quietly extends post-9/11 state of national emergency

09/11/13 01:00PM

Twelve years after the worst terrorist attack in American history, President Obama yet again extended his predecessor's Declaration of National Emergency for another year. The declaration, which was originally put into place on September 14, 2001, was renewed on Tuesday. "The terrorist threat that led to the declaration on September 14, 2001, of a national emergency continues," wrote President Obama. "For this reason, I have determined that it is necessary to continue in effect after September 14, 2013, the national emergency with respect to the terrorist threat." read more