Thursday night on All In: Obama may have cancelled talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin over gay rights and Edward Snowden, but the shadow that hangs over bilateral negotiations between the countries is the immense stockpile of nuclear weapons they each possess. read more
The President talked housing on Tuesday in Arizona. Ezra Klein talks with Heidi Moore, U.S. finance and economics editor for The Guardian Newspaper, Mike Konczal, a fellow with the Roosevelt Institute, and Shahien Nasiripour, Chief Financial and... watch
1. Colbert Report Daft Punk dance party + Ashton Kutcher + Jeff Bridges + Jimmy Fallon + Nick Cannon Matt Damon - DAFT PUNK!
2. It is 'Shark Week' on the Discovery Channel and on the N train.
3. Only robot on Mars sings 'Happy Birthday' to itself, should have opted for "One is the Loneliest Number."
Do gun control laws work? New figures from the nation’s most populous state, which also happens to have the nation’s toughest statewide gun laws, suggest they do.
California passed some of the nation’s toughest gun laws over the past two decades, and gun deaths across the state have declined by more than half, according to a new study by a Cali... read more
The day after he unveiled his plan for promoting American homeownership, President Obama emphasized the importance of the broader economy to his housing policy in a Wednesday virtual roundtable.
"Keeping the overall economy in the right direction means there's a stronger market for homes," he told Zillow.com CEO Spencer Rascoff, ... read more
Ezra Klein talks with Bruce Friedrich Senior Advocacy Director of Farm Sanctuary about the ethical and environmental implications of lab-grown meat. Will it improve the welfare of farmed animals in this country? Chefs Curtis Stone, Amanda Cohen, and... watch
Dutch scientist Mark Post unveiled the world's first synthetic meat patty in London on Monday. Two lucky volunteers tasted the burger, and the reviews were mixed. Ezra Klein talks with chefs Curtis Stone, Amanda Cohen and Homaro Cantu about the future... watch
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Ezra Klein shares the three most awesomest things on the internet for Monday: Rich people are filled with more poison than non-rich people; frat boy positions himself as the next hedge fund millionaire; and Planet Earth in the rear view. watch