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The health care start-up

The health care start-up

07/19/13 08:53PM

Chris Hayes talks with Kevin Nazemi, one of the co-founders of Oscar Insurance, a brand new insurance company to rival companies like Aetna and UnitedHealth. watch

A Detroit fire fighter looks through the smoldering back yards of burned homes and garages on East Robinwood in Detroit, Michigan September 8, 2010.  Detroit's bankruptcy will likely fall hardest on  public sector employees.  (Photo by Rebecca Cook...

Pensioners likely the biggest losers in Detroit bankruptcy

07/19/13 04:46PM

Nobody is happy with Detroit's bankruptcy. That's the message that Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, Mayor David Bing and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder have repeated over and over in their public appearances over the past few days, following Snyder's authorization of a Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing for the city. "There is very difficult for all of us," said Bing in a Thursday press conference. "But if it's going to make the citizens better off, then this is a new start for us." read more

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about the Trayvon Martin case in the press briefing room at the White House in Washington, July 19, 2013.      (Photo by Larry Downing/Reuters)

All In agenda: President Obama's perspective on Trayvon Martin

07/19/13 04:34PM

Watch All In with Chris Hayes tonight for a conversation about the unexpected remarks President Obama made Friday afternoon on race and the Trayvon Martin case. Speaking from the White House Press Briefing Room, the president discussed the suspicion black men regularly face from a personal perspective. read more