For the fast food workers' movement, this week is a coming out party. Fast food employees are striking in unprecedented numbers and their campaign has attracted national media coverage. But now comes the real challenge: translating that momentum into an actual wage increase.... read more
Chris Hayes is joined by McDonald's employee Kareem Starks, former Domino's employee Gregory Reynoso, Tsedeye Gebreselassie from the National Employment Law Project, and Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., to talk about the ongoing protests for a living wage. watch
1. FoxNews.com anchor Lauren Green interviewed religion scholar Reza Aslan about his new book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. In the interview she questions Aslan's intentions "You’re a Muslim, so why did you write a book about the founder of Christianity?" They go on to spar for nearly 10 minutes. Born from their... read more
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie attacks the libertarian wing of the Republican Party over matters of national security, then Senator Rand Paul hits back. Is this just a preview of the 2016 Republican presidential primary season? Chris Hayes talks... watch
Tonight on All In with Chris Hayes: After three months of weekly demonstrations, the final protest against North Carolina's right-wing legislative agenda was held Monday. Led by the NAACP, the "Moral Monday" protesters marked the closing of a momentous legislative session with a march and "Mass Social Justice Interfaith Rally... read more
Director Spike Lee is appealing for funds on Kickstarter for his latest project. He's just the latest bold-faced name who is looking to crowdfund. What does this mean for independent filmmakers? Chris Hayes talks with documentary filmmakers Tia Lessin... watch
Chris Hayes talks about the sexual double-standard facing women in public life. He's joined by Melissa Petro, a writer who lost her job as a public school teacher after writing a column about her past as a sex worker, and MSNBC's Krystal Ball who was... watch
1. The polar ice caps are melting. Footage shows water where ice should be. Sad.
2. Anthony Weiner New Yorker cover.
(Photo: New Yorker)
3. San Diego mayor, Bob Filner says he'll get therapy. Twitter reacts:
"See your sweet ass in a month, San Diego." #filner
— Erin Gloria Ryan (@morninggloria) July 26, 2013
Chris Hayes talks about how women identified in sex scandals are held to a different standard than men. He is joined by Melissa Petro, a writer who lost her job as a public school teacher after writing a column about her past as a sex worker. watch