1. BBC Anchor Simon McCoy actually went on-air with a pile of printer paper, instead of an iPad. To be fair, he probably got a better signal.
2. You could either hit the gym… or watch this Rocky II 30 mile running montage.
3. Someone get this Vladimir Putin doppelganger dog some pants and a horse to awkwardly ride on.
Chris Hayes shares the three awesomest things on the Internet for September 18: 1) One man orders every single sandwich on the McDonald's menu, and turns it into a stack called the McEverything. 2) The Fed says no to the Taper, internet tapir-mania... watch
Chris Hayes shares the three awesomest things on the Internet for September 19: 1) One BBC anchor intended to go on air with an ipad, but grabbed a ream of printer paper instead 2) One writer figured out how long Rocky Balboa's running route was,... watch
Thursday night on All In with Chris Hayes: The House canceled its scheduled recess next week to work on a continuing resolution to keep the government running, and it looks like it will need all the time it can get to hammer out a deal. read more
Corporate CEOs may soon have to reveal how their salaries compare to those of the average employee, thanks to a new rule proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). On Wednesday, the regulatory agency approved a rule which would require public companies to disclose the ratio of CEO compensation to their employees' median pay. read more
On Wednesday's All In, Chris Hayes pointed out that even though the annual budget deficit has shrunk by 60%, "House Speaker John Boehner and Republicans are frozen in their 2009 mindset. The conversation about the deficit hasn't changed."... read more
Chris Hayes talks with The Guardian's Ana Marie Cox and Daily Beast contributor Ali Gharib about the fallout from Ann Curry's interview with Iran's new president and the United States' progress with Middle East diplomacy. watch
24-year old Jonathan Ferrell, a former football player at Florida A&M, was shot and killed by North Carolina police. Chris Hayes talks with Alex Wagner, host of "Now," on MSNBC, and Maya Wiley, founder and president of the Center for Social Inclusion,... watch