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Travelers stand in line at Los Angeles International airport in Los Angeles Monday, April 22, 2013. The FAA said late Sunday night that staffing cuts were causing delays averaging more than three hours for flights arriving at Los Angeles International...

Poll: Most Americans believe sequester doesn't affect them

05/01/13 03:12PM

Two months after the sequester forced across-the-board cuts in government spending, a supermajority of Americans say they have not felt the consequences, according to a new CBS News/New York Times poll. Out of the 965 adults surveyed nationwide, 69% told pollsters that they had not been "personally affected" by the sequester. Only 8% said they had been affected a "great deal," while 19% said they had been "somewhat" affected. read more

Arizona union supporters gather in support of comprehensive immigration reform outside the Arizona State Capitol building on March 11, 2013, in Phoenix. The rally, organized by the AFL-CIO, was the last of a national tour in support of immigration...

American job prospects make for dim May Day celebration

05/01/13 07:00AM

For working America, the trend over the last few decades has been toward lower wages, fewer workplace rights, and diminished voice in the public sphere. The relative obscurity of the annual May 1 International Workers' Day celebration in the United States is perhaps emblematic of just how marginal working class concerns have become to the country's political order. read more


#click3 Happy 20 year anniversary internet!

04/30/13 09:51PM

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. Today the World Wide Web turns 20 years-old. Since, #click3 is based on all things internet, we thought it was only fair to pay homage to where it all started: the first website ever. Classic. 
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The importance of coming out

The importance of coming out

04/30/13 08:50PM

Chris Hayes is joined by author and columnist Dan Savage and co-founder of the It Gets Better project and  Bill Rhoden, sports columnist for the New York... watch

A guard walks through a cellblock inside Camp V, a prison used to house detainees at Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, March 5, 2013.  The facility is operated by the Joint Task Force Guantanamo and holds prisoners who have been captured in the war in...

Obama says Gitmo 'needs to be closed'

04/30/13 08:01PM

The ongoing hunger strike at the U.S. military prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has not succeeded in freeing any of the prisoners or closing the camp. But it has forced the issue into the spotlight. read more

President Barack Obama listens to a question from NBC's White House correspondent Chuck Todd, seated, right, during his new conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, April 30, 2013. (Photo by: Evan Vucci/AP...

Zero questions about jobs or labor at White House presser

04/30/13 12:57PM

Tuesday's White House press conference was notable for what wasn't asked. Though this was the first time in 60 days that President Obama had taken questions from the White House press corps, he wasn't asked a single question about unemployment or other contemporary labor issues. read more


#click3 Boston Strong, alright

04/29/13 11:23PM

1. Sandra Day O'Connor admits to Bush v. Gore being a whoopsie daisy. 2. Remember when we reported on one of the last bastions of overt segregation--a Georgia town that still held segregated proms? Well, the seniors of Wilcox County School, who lobbied for the town's first integrated prom danced the night away - together - over the weekend. 3. A Boston native confronts an Infowars reporter who claims the Boston Marathon Bombings is actually the work of the FBI. It's the best takedown of a conspiracy theorist we've seen. read more

A worker leaves the site where a garment factory building collapsed near Dhaka, Bangladesh Monday, April 29, 2013. (AP Photo/Ismail Ferdous)

Nearly 400 dead from Bangladeshi garment factory collapse

04/29/13 04:34PM

The garment factory implosion which occurred in Savar, Bangladesh last week now appears to be the single worst industrial accident in the nation's history. At least 377 people are dead, and many more remain missing, wounded, or trapped beneath the rubble. Nearly 3,000 people worked in the building, manufacturing items for J.C. Penney, Dress Barn and Joe Fresh, among other major retail outlets. "Wal-Mart said none of its clothing had been authorized to be made in the facility, but it is investigating whether there was any unauthorized production," according to the Associated Press. read more

File photo: President Barack Obama's Debt Commission co-chairmen, Erskine Bowles right, and former Wyoming Sen. Alan Simpson,  take part in a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Austerity advocates unfazed by errors found in leading report

04/29/13 01:07PM

It's been two weeks since economists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst said they had discovered "serious errors" in one of the studies most often cited by conservative deficit hawks and austerity advocates. But while that study has taken a serious hit to its reputation, the call for spending cuts has not abated. read more