Edward Snowden is not alone. On Wednesday, the men behind some of the other most notorious unauthorized leaks in the history of U.S. intelligence said Snowden had their full support. And that wasn't just an empty promise. read more
The experts weigh in on huge Supreme Court cases, like the one on Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, that are coming down the pike any day now. Chris Hayes is joined by Elise Boddie, Director of Litigation for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Kenji... watch
There are four huge cases pending before the Supreme Court, any one of which could have long lasting and wide ranging effects on millions of Americans. The fact that four could be released any day now is amazing. Chris Hayes and the All In panel give... watch
1. The T-Rex, a nine-patty burger harvested in a Manitoba Wendy's has officially been axed. Rest In Beef (RIB).
2. Unlocking The Truth is a band out of the Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. They have been together since they were 5 years old. Now they are 12 and performing all around town. Some people make fun of them. That makes them sad but they have tough skin and believe in themselves. If "cuteness" is a barometer for success, then they're winning big.
In Monday's installment of the coolest things on the Internet: Miss Alabama weighs in on the NSA's PRISM program; Danny Green of the San Antonio Spurs runs into a tiny ninja during halftime; and one blogger reveals the truth about Cap'n Crunch. watch
Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed two bills into law on Friday. One eliminated paid sick leave in the state and the other put a ticking clock on executions. Chris Hayes talks with Martin McClain, a Capital Defense Attorney who represents inmates on death... watch
Tuesday afternoon marked the beginning of the general floor debate for the 2013 House farm bill, which includes $20.5 billion in cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), more commonly known as the food stamps program. If the bill passes later this week, nearly two million people could lose food stamp eligibility, and as many as 210,000 children could lose free school meals. read more
Tuesday, the House passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a bill designed to eliminate abortions after 20 weeks except in some cases of rape and incest. Supporters of the bill contended that fetuses feel "fetal pain" at 20 weeks and abortions should be restricted to that date.
The bill is unlikely to pass in the Senate, which is controlled by Democrats, and President Obama said he would veto the measure. read more
Sunday was Father's Day. My second as a dad, though the first one where I actually got to spend all day with my daughter. Since I've taken this job, I've discovered this amazing thing called The Weekend, which I now have free. read more
1. Miss Alabama was asked her opinion on the recent NSA revelations: "Is this an invasion of privacy or necessary to keep our country safe?" Miss Alabama's answer does not disappoint.
2. San Antonio 'Spurs' basketball player Danny Green almost runs over a tiny ninja at halftime. Turns out it was teammate Tim Duncan's son. read more
Chris Hayes is hosting msnbc’s second in a series of Google+ Hangouts On Air about the Supreme Court’s decisions on the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Prop 8.
Tune in right here Tuesday at 12:15pm ET, where Chris--joined by NBC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pete Williams, activist Zach Wahls, and members of the LGBT community--will discuss how the Supreme Court's ruling on marriage equality will affect YOU. To join the conversation or ask a question, post your comment on Google+ or Twitter with #MarriageEquality.
Since outing himself as the man who leaked classified details about NSA surveillance to The Guardian and Washington Post, former government contractor Edward Snowden has been more than happy to discuss his actions and motives with members of the press. On Monday, he opened up even further, taking questions from the public in an online Q&A at the Guardian website.