Two months after the sequester forced across-the-board cuts in government spending, a supermajority of Americans say they have not felt the consequences, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll.
Out of the 965 adults surveyed nationwide, 69% told pollsters that they had not been "personally affected" by the sequester. Only 8% said they had been affected a "great deal," while 19% said they had been "somewhat" affected. read more
For working America, the trend over the last few decades has been toward lower wages, fewer workplace rights, and diminished voice in the public sphere.
The relative obscurity of the annual May 1 International Workers' Day celebration in the United States is perhaps emblematic of just how marginal working class concerns have become to the country's political order. read more
The All In with Chris Hayes team puts out a daily call to the Twitter and Facebook communities for the “awesomest things” they encountered on the Internet.
1. Today the World Wide Web turns 20 years-old. Since, #click3 is based on all things internet, we thought it was only fair to pay homage to where it all started: the first website ever. Classic.