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The week's craziest headlines from the Sunshine State

09/14/13 08:19PM

Florida's Attorney General asked the Governor to postpone an execution so she can attend a political fundraiser, and the state's health department told its county health departments that Obamacare counselors -- or "navigators" -- are not allowed to do... watch

The real showdown with Congress that's coming

The real showdown with Congress that's coming

09/14/13 08:00PM

As both a government shutdown and a government default loom, Chris Hayes takes a look at how we got here and what's likely to happen next, with the Washington Post's Ezra Klein and National Review's Robert Costa. watch

Does it pay for banks to fail?

Does it pay for banks to fail?

09/13/13 08:53PM

Chris Hayes talks with Alexis Goldstein, who used to work on Wall Street, but is now a member of Occupy Wall Street, Neil Barofsky, former Special Inspector General in charge of oversight of TARP, and Joshua Green, National Correspondent for Bloomberg... watch

Five years since the economic collapse

Five years since the economic collapse

09/13/13 08:42PM

Five years since the economy fell off the cliff, we're still in danger of another bubble that could burst. Chris Hayes talks with Alexis Goldstein, who used to work on Wall Street, but is now a member of Occupy Wall Street, Neil Barofsky, former... watch

Best. Pope. Ever.

Best. Pope. Ever.

09/13/13 08:35PM

Cold calling the faithful. Driving a used car. Taking selfies. Those are just a few recent examples of why many love the new pope, including Chris Hayes. Hayes makes the case that Pope Francis is the best pope ever. watch

#click3 : A Vote for Madness

09/13/13 08:34PM

1. In Jeffery Alan Wagner’s shirtless campaign ad for Minneapolis mayor, he enforces that he will not take money from developers or from political angles. All great points that could have been made wearing shirt. Your move, Anthony Weiner.... read more

Click 3: 5 men repair bike rack while...

Click 3: 5 men repair bike rack while intoxicated

09/13/13 08:28PM

Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for September 12: 1) These five men decided to repair a bike rack while intoxicated; 2) “Woman Crush Wednesday” is a thing. Nickelodeon star involved in “Woman Crush Wednesday” is part... watch

Sorority Rush - Collier Meyerson - 09/13/2013

Sisters rebel after sorority rejects African-American applicant

09/13/13 07:52PM

Sororities at the University of Alabama are selective. For acceptance, they take into consideration grades and even letters of recommendation from sorority alumnae. But a recent article in the school's student newspaper, The Crimson White, reveals that the applicant's race may also play an integral role in the admissions process.  read more

All In agenda: WTFlorida?

09/13/13 05:36PM

Friday night on All In with Chris Hayes: Congress has been focused on Syria since returning from summer recess, but another important battle is looming on the horizon. The U.S. is projected to hit the debt ceiling in about a month, according to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. read more

Indiana Right To Work - Ned Resnikoff - 09/12/2013

Can the courts save labor?

09/13/13 01:00PM

As far as state law goes, 2012 was particularly unkind to labor unions. That was the year when not one but two states passed "right-to-work" laws, making it illegal for labor unions in Michigan and Indiana to collect mandatory fees from the workers they represent. read more

Americans feel gloomier about the economy and Obama - Suzy Khimm - 09/12/2013

Poll: Americans see little hope on the economy

09/13/13 12:00AM

Americans are feeling increasingly pessimistic about the direction of the economy, and a growing number disapprove of the way that President Obama is handling it, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey. Only 27% believe that the economy will get better over the next year, while 24% believe that it will get worse, and 48% believe... read more

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Each night, Chris Hayes partakes in lively conversations and debates with his guests.  Hayes covers not only the biggest news stories of the day, but also the issues that are personally important to him including social justice and the environment.  He also integrates social media into the show each night with his signature “Click 3” segment, highlighting the three most awesome things on the Internet according to Hayes and his viewers.

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