Bolivians took to the street in protest after their president was prevented from flying home after a false suspicion that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was on board the president's plane. Foreign Policy's Noah Shachtman tells Chris Hayes what this means... watch
1) Looking for a great summer read? You might have caught The Da Vinci Code or Twilight: New Moon a few years back, but the removal of just a single letter from a number of bestselling titles could result in a whole new story. William Faulker’s The Sound and the Fur, anyone?
2) Comedian Bill Cosby wears the darndest sweaters. But which is best? Vote for your favorite in this tournament of fabrics and styles–and perhaps even win an autographed copy of a Bill Cosby book. read more
Another remarkable series of protests brings an ultimatum from the military to the Muslim Brotherhood President, who defiantly said he was staying put. Chris Hayes looks at what's happening and why it's so important. watch
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the internet for Tuesday: Dale Irby, a phys ed teacher from Garland, Texas, wore the same outfit for class photo day, for the past forty years; a reporter from New York 1 shows off his air guitar... watch
Chris Hayes talks with Glenn Greenwald of the Guardian about the latest Edward Snowden intrigue and the details on the re-routing of a plane carrying Bolivian President Evo Morales due to suspicions that Snowden was on board. watch
Chris Hayes talks about the Republican's magical thinking on white voters and North Carolina's efforts to suppress the black vote with Tim Carney and North Carolina State Representative Larry Hall. watch
Tonight on All In with Chris Hayes we’ll have the latest on the revolution underway in Egypt–the second in less than three years. Crowds in Tahrir Square erupted in celebration Wednesday evening as the military announced that it had ousted President Mohamed Morsi and suspended the constitution. As military forces roll through Cairo and fireworks explode above Tahrir Square, the future of the country’s leadership is far from clear. read more
A new survey from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press undermines the popular image of unionists as burly, white, middle-aged men. In fact, Pew found that labor unions had the highest approval ratings among women, people of color, and young people between the ages of 18 and 29. Whites and retirees held a majority unfavorable opinion of organized labor, while approval among men was just one percentage higher than disapproval.
Higher support among women and people of color should come as no surprise, said City University of New York sociologist Penny Lewis. read more
1. We wish we could fit into our high school finery. One Texas teacher did. He wore the same outfit for his yearbook photo every year for 40 years.
2. Local New York reporter, Roger Clark did this:
3. Kentucky's Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, will take on Mitch McConnell in 2014. McConnell introduced Lundergan Grimes to voters with this gem:
Day 6 of witness testimony saw George Zimmerman tell his side of the story through police investigation videos introduced by the prosecution. Chris Hayes looks at the implications of this evidence with Michael Eric Dyson, Karen DeSoto, and Danielle... watch
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the internet for Monday: David Petraeus gets a hefty paycheck from a teaching gig at CUNY; Google asks travelers heading to far-flung locations to bring along its Trekker device and record the... watch