Show StoriesRSS

select from

E.g., 8/27/2014
E.g., 8/27/2014

All In agenda: McCain's mix-up

09/19/13 04:20PM

Thursday night on All In with Chris Hayes: The House canceled its scheduled recess next week to work on a continuing resolution to keep the government running, and it looks like it will need all the time it can get to hammer out a deal. read more

Image: Occupy Wall Street Activists Mark 2 Year Anniversary Of Movement

How much more does a CEO make than you?

09/19/13 12:10PM

Corporate CEOs may soon have to reveal how their salaries compare to those of the average employee, thanks to a new rule proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). On Wednesday, the regulatory agency approved a rule which would require public companies to disclose the ratio of CEO compensation to their employees' median pay. read more

Chris Hayes: 'I cannot find one Republican who has anything constructive to say'

09/18/13 11:52PM

On Wednesday's All In, Chris Hayes pointed out that even though the annual budget deficit has shrunk by 60%, "House Speaker John Boehner and Republicans are frozen in their 2009 mindset. The conversation about the deficit hasn't changed." Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the American Action Forum, weighed in to talk about the divisiveness between parties. " needs to actually lead his own party and get serious about this." Hayes gave a spirited response: read more

#click3: Introducing the McEverything

09/18/13 08:36PM

1)       43 sandwiches at McDonald’s : $143.  Accomplishing your life goal of combining all those sandwiches :  Priceless. 2)      No need to worry America, taper jokes are just beginning. Aren’t monetary policy puns the best?! We present to you 53 Tapirs Who Are Not Impressed By The Fed's No Taper Announcement 3)      Foxes, step aside. The eagle is back to take over the viral throne of hippest animal.  Touché eagle, touché. read more

All In agenda: Neoconservatives' last stand

09/18/13 05:50PM

Wednesday on All In with Chris Hayes: During a closed-door morning meeting, House Republicans rolled out their plan to deal with the impending budget issues. The U.S. is projected to hit its debt limit next month, and the federal government will not continue to be funded after Oct. 1 if Congress doesn't act. read more

Food stamps cut - 09/18/2013

On the House menu, a vote to slash food stamps

09/18/13 03:25PM

The House of Representatives may approve a mammoth cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, also known as food stamps) as early as this Thursday. The Nutrition Reform and Work Opportunity Act would cut $39 billion out of SNAP between 2014 and 2023, according to a report from the Congressional Budget Office. If passed, the law is expected to cost 3.8 million people their SNAP eligibility in 2014 alone. read more

Aaron Alexis

The real reason we call mass shootings 'senseless'

09/18/13 10:48AM

When I heard the very first reports of the Navy Yard shooting yesterday on my way to work, there were headlines about three shooters dressed in fatigues on a naval base. And my first awful thought was that we were witnessing some kind of "Homeland"-style domestic terror cell inside the Armed Services. I reeled at that and imagined what the fallout and investigations and recriminations would look like, what a huge, dominating story it was likely to be and how we would cover it. read more

Babak Sarani, head of trauma surgery at George Washington University Hospital - Suzy Khimm - 09/17/2013

DC hospital bears scars and wounds of gun violence

09/17/13 11:16PM

The moment the horn went off in the hospital, Dr. Babak Sarani knew something wasn't right. It was 8:40 a.m. on a Monday—an unusual time for the alert that summons his trauma unit at George Washington University Hospital. But Dr. Sarani, the hospital's chief trauma surgeon, did what he does several times a week at the DC hospital: he took the elevator downstairs and waited for a patient with a gunshot wound to be wheeled into the trauma bay. read more

Pages