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
Courtney Shackleford is one of two entry-level employees at the Ben and Jerry's in Washington, D.C.,'s Union Station, where she makes $8.25 an hour. Like many workers in America's growing low-wage economy, she struggles to make ends meet: Between her pregnancy and her tuition fees at Trinity Washington University, Shackleford doesn't make enough to cover basic expenses.
"You want to move out of your parents' house, at least get your own little apartment, and it's just not enough because living wage in D.C. is so high," said Shackleford, who lives with her father. read more
Unless Congress raises the country's borrowing limit, the government will run out of cash to pay its bills no later than October 17, putting the country at imminent risk of default, the Treasury Department said.
The announcement of the deadline ramps up the pressure on lawmakers who are currently struggling to pass a short-term budget in the next six days to avoid a government shutdown. They are similarly at odds over the debt ceiling, but economists warn that breaching the debt limit would do much greater damage than a shutdown. read more
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Senator Ted Cruz takes a brief hiatus from bashing Obamacare in his fake filibuster Tuesday night to read the children's book Green Eggs and Ham.
President Obama was all but mum on climate change when he spoke at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. He mentioned "climate change" only once.
The Executive Director of Greenpeace International, Kumi Naidoo, the Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Christiana Figueres, and former Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar joined All In on Tuesday to talk about the United States' role in finding a global solution to climate change. read more
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for Tuesday: Ted Cruz's newly famous wingman; a hedgehog wrecking ball; and an all but inevitable "Rent is Too Damn High" music video. watch
1. From the corner of the screen to the corner of our hearts. Yesterday, he was nothing more than Senator Ted Cruz's legal aide. Today? He's "corner guy."
2. One could say Miley Cyrus is inspirational…in that she inspires people to re-enact her music videos with adorable animals:
3. It is the number one concern of every New York voter: can a mayoral candidate put together a music video? Naturally, Jimmy McMillan of the "Rent is Too Damn High" party stepped up to the plate.
Going into today there were growing expectations of the possibility of the first face to face meeting between an American and Iranian head of state since the hostage crisis of 1979. Congresswoman Barbara Lee talk with Chris Hayes about what actually... watch
Sen. Marco Rubio withdrew his support for Judge William Thomas's nomination to the federal bench, effectively blocking Thomas from becoming the first black openly gay man on the federal court. Chris Hayes explains why. watch