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
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
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 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
You know who I freakin' love? This new pope. Pope Francis. You know who I'm talking about, right? The pope. Are you watching this guy? Because you should be. It's early, but I'm thinking... best pope ever. read more
The top 1% captured almost 95% of all the income gains during the recovery. Chris Hayes talks with Bertha Lewis, Founder and President of The Black Institute, Business Insider's Josh Barro, and Joseph Stiglitz, a Nobel laureate in economics, Professor... watch
1. These five men decided to repair a bike rack while intoxicated, dismissing drunk stereotypes around the world. Cheers!
2. “Woman Crush Wednesday” is a thing. Nickelodeon star involved in "Woman Crush Wednesday" is part of that thing:
3. These photos show that space really is one small step for man an one giant leap for frogs.
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet for September 11, 2013: 1) This time-lapse video of the construction of the new World Trade Center is a must-see; 2) The Sydney International Food Festival mixed nutrition and... watch
A Reuters and NBC News series of reporting focuses on the underground world of "re-homing." Desperate adoptive parents are seeking help from chat rooms and message boards, and looking to find new homes for kids that they no longer can care for. Chris... watch
This anniversary of the beginning of our long twelve years of war comes at a moment when the country engages, once again, in a boisterous debate over America's role in the world and the use of our military might. Chris Hayes is joined by Congresswoman... watch
Thursday night on All In with Chris Hayes: Russian President Vladimir Putin wrote an op-ed published Wednesday in The New York Times to "speak directly to the American people and their political leaders" about the crisis in Syria. read more
As Bill De Blasio courts the coveted 40% in NYC Democratic mayoral primary to avoid a run off, two Colorado State Senators face recall elections for their support of gun control legislation earlier in the year. Chris Hayes reports on the latest from... watch
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