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Housing works?

Housing works?

05/03/13 08:51PM

Former New York Governor and Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, former Senior Vice President for financial innovation, planning and research at the Fannie Mae... watch

NRA attendee, John Joseph of Sebastian, Fla., waits in line outside the George R. Brown Convention Center before the opening of the National Rifle Association's 142 Annual Meetings and Exhibits at the George R. Brown Convention Center Thursday, May 2,...

The NRA moves dangerously far to the right

05/03/13 06:30PM

The NRA is supposed to be a non-partisan group. But in the second night of its annual meeting and exhibition, the catalog of speakers--including Sarah Palin, Bobby Jindal, Scott Walker, Ted Cruz and John Bolton--and the rhetoric espoused by them, does not point to non-partisanship. Instead, it points to a deeper and more aggressive embrace of the far right.
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An investigator looks over a destroyed fertilizer plant in West, Texas, Thursday, May 2, 2013. Investigators face a slew of challenges in figuring out what caused the explosion at the fertilizer plant that killed 14 people and destroyed part of the...

Texas officials on fertilizer plant explosion: Nothing to see here

05/03/13 03:05PM

Two weeks after a fertilizer plant explosion killed 14 and left hundreds more homeless or wounded in West, Texas, local officials investigating its cause are holding back on directing blame for the disaster. On Wednesday, the Texas House Committee on Homeland Security and Public Safety held a hearing to determine what regulations and safety procedures are in place to prevent similar catastrophes—and why they didn't prevent this one. "This is a learning process for the community at large," said Democratic committee chair Joe Pickett, not an opportunity to "point fingers." read more

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#click3 I am not a robot

05/02/13 09:08PM

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.  A women's group in England hosted a talk with a Somali pirate expert. Sadly, the women misunderstood the purpose of his visit and dressed up as pirates (think Renaissance Fair) for the occasion. Pretty embarrassing. But also very funny.   read more

May Day in Bangladesh

May Day in Bangladesh

05/02/13 08:26PM

Chris Hayes takes us through the history of May Day, the original Labor Day, as workers marched for better wages and working conditions all across the globe-... watch

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