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12/07/11 01:41AM

Press Release – Statement from Randy Babbitt Remarks in Recognition of International Human Rights Day Ed Schultz interviews Bobby Hull Diplobamacy Remember the Tarantino? The source of the Chris Hayes "Lambchop" nickname (9:24) Chants of 'Putin's a Thief!' Ring Out in Moscow Virtual U.S. Embassy to Iran read more

Diplobamacy

12/06/11 09:47PM

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's truly remarkable speech... "Gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights."  It's worth your time. read more

'Occupy Our Homes'

'Occupy Our Homes'

12/06/11 07:14PM

In a Day of Action protesting home foreclosures, Occupy Wall Street groups around the country marched to reclaim vacant or foreclosed homes for homeless families. In the photo above, OWS marched to East New York, Brooklyn, where it toured foreclosed homes in the area and occupied a reportedly bank-owned, abandoned home, cleaned and repaired by volunteers, for a single mother of two children.(Out of curiousity, I looked up the address of the occupied house on Realtor.com and Trulia ). read more

On tonight's show

On tonight's show

12/06/11 07:00PM

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares a preview of tonight's show - Campaign roles, Newt's in love with Newt and we'll check up... watch

FAA chief resigns

FAA chief resigns

12/06/11 07:00PM

Rachel Maddow reports on the resignation of FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt following his arrest for drunk driving. watch

Ahead on the 12/6 Maddow Show...

12/06/11 06:09PM

Tonight's guests include:Sen. Sherrod Brown (D) Ohio    E.J. Dionne, msnbc contributor, Washington Post columnist and Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution    Jay Chamber, "Take Back the Capitol" protester  Executive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show:  read more

President Obama talks 99 percent

President Obama talks 99 percent

12/06/11 03:36PM

President Obama told Osawatomie, Kansas, today that ever since the financial crisis, Americans have been locked in a debate over how to fix the economy and bring back fairness.Throughout the country, it has sparked protests and political movements - from the Tea Party to the people who have been occupying the streets of New York and other cities. It's left Washington in a near-constant state of gridlock. And it's been the topic of heated and sometimes colorful discussion among the men and women who are running for president.But this isn't just another political debate. read more

Occupy Cleveland helps neighbors, makes friends

12/06/11 01:32PM

In October, Cleveland police arrested Occupiers for refusing to leave their downtown camp after the city's curfew. Last night, the Cleveland City Council last night passed a resolution in support of Occupy Cleveland (h/t @TheBeautyVault).The Cleveland Scene sounds half-impressed:ot a lot gonna happen really.But it's another peaceful move forward for Cleveland's well-intended Occupiers, who are way better at not coming off like jackasses than just about everybody from Wall Street to Oakland. So we've got that going for us.The vote was 18-1. read more

Best noon thing

Best noon thing

12/06/11 12:11PM

The folks at TED have just announced the winner of their annual TED Prize, which comes with $100,000 and the resources to support the winner's "one wish to change the world." This year's winner is.... everybody (kind of). read more

Alabama considers prison labor to replace lost immigrants

12/06/11 11:09AM

 As Alabama has been discovering, when you pass the nation's more draconian anti-immigration law, you end up with a few unintended consequences. Let's say you arrest a German manager for the local Mercedes-Benz plant for not carrying the right papers, followed by a Japanese employee for Honda, and then the governor has to reassure everyone the state's open for business. That's embarrassing.Then your farmers start having trouble getting the crops in from the field, and even local American-born volunteers can't make up the difference. read more

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