Chris Hayes talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning artist Art Spiegelman and "The New Yorker" Art Editor Françoise Mouly about what it means to support free speech after an attempted attack on a contest seeking cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. watch
The first elected African-American mayor of Baltimore, Kurt Schmoke, called for legalizing drugs way back in 1988. He joined Chris Hayes to weigh in on the change of heart among Democrats on criminal justice reform and the state of his city today. watch
Former Baltimore P.D. Detective Joe Crystal was labeled a rat after turning in a fellow officer who beat a handcuffed suspect. He joined Chris Hayes to weigh in on the charging of six Baltimore officers in the death of Freddie Gray. watch
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby sat down with Chris Hayes to talk about her stunning announcement today of charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray and to answer charges from the police union that she should recuse... watch
Illinois Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin acknowledged that some Democrats may have overreached during the "tough on crime" era of the 1990s, and that many neighborhoods today continue to pay the price for harsh polices that criminalized communities and were particularly unfair to minorities.
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Each night, Chris Hayes partakes in lively conversations and debates with his guests. Hayes covers not only the biggest news stories of the day, but also the issues that are personally important to him including social justice and the environment. He also integrates social media into the show each night with his signature “Click 3” segment, highlighting the three most awesome things on the Internet according to Hayes and his viewers.
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