In the wake of the huge bipartisan Senate vote, Chris Hayes is joined by Congressman Luis Gutierrez to discuss how it gets passed in the House when Speaker John Boehner and Republicans are throwing up obstacles, even after so many of their Republican... watch
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has cleared the way for same-sex marriages to resume in California. Chris Hayes reports that the plaintiffs in the California Prop 8 case were married in San Francisco City Hall. watch
The president's decision not to fight the Defense of Marriage Act in federal court allowed the administration to fully own the Supreme Court's DOMA decision. Chris Hayes talks with his panel about what this ruling could have felt like if history were... watch
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.
Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie: Roommates? Best friends? If an upcoming New Yorker cover is to be believed, the puppets are a romantic couple. The image–by Jack Hunter, titled “Moment of Joy”–has gotten lots of praise, but some critics say it is undermining an LGBT milestone.
The Senate passed comprehensive immigration reform on Thursday, the most significant overhaul of the nation's immigration laws in a generation. Chris Hayes talks with comedian Baratunde Thurston, Michelle Goldberg from The Daily Beast, and Business... watch
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet. 1) The President travels to Africa, and the White House, as well as the First Lady, are documenting the journey through Instagram. 2) The NIH announces it will retire 90 percent of... watch
Rachel Jeantel, a witness for the prosecution in the George Zimmerman trial, was soft-spoken but some had trouble following her testimony. John McWhorter, a linguist from Columbia University, joins Chris Hayes to discuss the day’s testimony. watch
While all eyes were on the anti-abortion bill in Texas this week, another fight over women’s health has been brewing in Ohio. Thursday night, Ohio lawmakers approved a budget bill that includes several anti-abortion provisions, among them requiring a doctor to perform an ultrasound, inform the patient if the fetus has a heartbeat, and tell her the statistical probability of her fetus being carried to full term before performing an abortion. read more
Starting next week, North Carolina—which has the fifth highest jobless rate in the country—will become the only state in the union with no safety net for the long-term jobless. Thanks to reforms in the state's unemployment insurance laws, North Carolina's 71,000-plus long-term unemployed residents will lose access to the federally funded Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program. read more
State and local elected officials staged a day-long fast on Thursday in solidarity with the hunger strikers currently protesting massive budget cuts to Philadelphia public schools. The state district attorney, three members of the city council, six state representatives, four state senators and one U.S. congressman participated in the fast. read more