The highway safety agency says driverless cars should not yet be allowed, except for testing. But what if it saves lives? Chris Hayes talks with Eddi Alterman, editor-in-chief of Car and Driver magazine, the largest monthly automotive magazine in the... watch
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet: 1) One man fights to wear a pasta strainer on his head in a government photo ID, and wins. 2) A typographer sets the record straight on the true pronunciation of "Helvetica". 3) Jimmy... watch
Right now, hundreds of prisoners across California are engaged in a hunger strike to address prison conditions, including solitary confinement. Chris Hayes interviews Steven Czifra, who spent years in solitary confinement in California. watch
A city in California has a plan to buy underwater mortgages from banks to resell them to struggling homeowners at an affordable rate and if the banks don't agree, the city is prepared to use the controversial tactic of eminent domain. The Mayor of... watch
Chris Hayes grades the 113th Congress' progress as members leave town for the August recess. He's joined by former RNC Chairman Michael Steele and Democratic Congressman Rick Nolan of Minnesota who left Congress in 1980 and returned this year. watch
Inside the United States, there are around 80,000 people in solitary confinement on any given day.
Last month, nearly 30,000 inmates in California prisons began a hunger strike to protest solitary confinement conditions, and the state prisons chief met with advocates for the inmates on Friday. More than 300 strikers are still refusing food, according to the AP.
One man who has lived through solitary confinement in California joined All In with Chris Hayes Friday evening to describe what living in prison seclusion is like every day. read more
Chris Hayes shares the three most awesomest things on the Internet: 1) The McPoverty Calculator shows how a few pennies could change the lives of McDonald's workers; 2) A modern technical marvel arrives and it's called The Gropener; 3) Twitter goes... watch
1. Score one for the Giant Flying Spaghetti Monster. A Czech man who identifies himself as a Pastafarian—a member of a joke religion which "believes" that the spaghetti monster created the world and that Heaven includes a beer volcano—has won the legal right to wear a pasta strainer on his head when being photographed for his government-issued ID. The spaghetti monster was not available for comment. read more
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is fending off challenges for his seat from both Democrats and Republicans. Chris Hayes talks with Editorial Director of The Huffington Post Media Group Howard Fineman. watch
As state chief of Indiana schools, Tony Bennett implemented an A-F grading system, giving the schools a letter grade, just like students. But when a GOP donor's charter school was going to receive a poor grade, Bennett and his staff scrambled to figure... watch
Ariel Castro spoke during his sentencing hearing (life without parole) and Chris Hayes dissects how much Castro sounds like every other abuser, making excuses and blaming the victim. The Grio contributor Goldie Taylor and Cindy Southworth, vice... watch
The unemployment rate fell from 7.6% percent to 7.4% in July. But don't break out the party hats: One major reason the rate continued to edge downward was that more people have given up the search for work entirely in a sluggish economy. read more
Will the Ted Cruz wing of the Republican party be successful in its efforts to shut down the government over Obamacare? Chris Hayes talks with Robert George of the New York Post, Josh Barro of Business Insider, and Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner. watch