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Syria: The case for war

Syria: The case for war

09/04/13 08:00PM

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing Tuesday on a U.S. military strike against Syria, in which Secretary of State John Kerry offered dire... watch

Mitch McConnell: Ladies' man?

09/04/13 03:03PM

Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, facing his toughest election battle in memory, is determined to win the support of female voters. But in order to do that, he'll have to get creative with his record, and hope no one notices the difference. McConnell, up for re-election next year, is facing threats from both the right and left. If he successfully fights off a Tea Party primary challenge, which is not at all assured, he will face Democratic opponent Alison Lundergan Grimes. The Grimes camp sees an opening hitting the Senate's top Republican for his embrace of anti-woman policies. read more

Rick Snyder Medicaid - Ned Resnikoff - 09/04/2013

Michigan clears way for Obamacare Medicaid expansion

09/04/13 12:42PM

Since Gov. Rick Snyder was elected in Michigan, he has been hard at work championing conservative legislation. First, he signed an expansive Emergency Manager law which allows un-elected city officials to tear up union contracts and cut public services. Then he helped transform Michigan, an historic union stronghold, into a "right-to-work" state. During the same legislative session, the Michigan legislature passed—and Snyder approved—stringent abortion restrictions. read more

#click3 Sen. McCain plays poker during Senate hearing

09/03/13 08:36PM

1. A group of dudes known as "How Ridiculous" traveled to Rotterdam to throw a basketball into a hoop...from a height of about 96m. They got it in. 2. Oops. Scandal! Caught playing iPhone game at 3+ hour Senate hearing - worst of all I lost! — John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) September 3, 2013 3. Putin's artistic interpretation of a "cat from behind" read more

Sequestration Education - Suzy Khimm - 08/30/2013

In budget cuts, low-income students suffer more than wealthy ones

09/02/13 11:30PM

For America's 98,800 public schools, it's been a tale of two sequesters. In Virginia's Loudoun County—the wealthiest county in the U.S.—the automatic budget cuts have "meant hardly anything" as its public schools barely receive any federal support, explains school district spokesman Wayde Byard. Less than two hours south in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, it's a different story. read more

Fast Food Strikes - Ned Resnikoff - 08/31/2013

Among the poorest paid, a new labor revival

09/02/13 06:00AM

Movements don't hold still; they either keep pushing forward or they decline. American labor has been doing the latter for the better part of a century. When organized labor peaked in the mid-fifties, roughly one-third of all American workers were union members. Now only 11.3% are enrolled in unions, including 6.6% of private sector employees. Should the trend of de-unionization continue, it is not unreasonable to wonder whether there will be any American labor movement to speak of in twenty years or so. read more

The liberal case for war

The liberal case for war

08/31/13 08:31PM

Chris Hayes talks about the liberal interventionist argument for military action in Syria, with former Congressman Tom Perriello, Amy Goodman, host of ... watch

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