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Outcry over Murdoch hacking scandal

Outcry over Murdoch hacking scandal

07/06/11 08:00PM

As more and more accusations of hacking build up against Rupert Murdoch and his publication News of the World, guest anchor Chris Hayes talks to Archie Bland, Foreign Editor for The Independent, to discuss the possible consequences. watch

Inside the debt ceiling debate

Inside the debt ceiling debate

07/06/11 08:00PM

Director of the National Economic Council Gene Sperling joins The Last Word to bring unique perspective to the latest installment of debt ceiling negotiations between the White House and leaders on Capitol Hill. watch

Hypocrisy from GOP freshmen?

Hypocrisy from GOP freshmen?

07/06/11 08:00PM

The GOP freshmen who campaigned against the stimulus and government spending are privately saying that spending is actually necessary. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim joins The Last Word with details. watch

Condolences to military families

Condolences to military families

07/06/11 08:00PM

Guest anchor Chris Hayes reports on the recent decision by the Obama Administration to begin sending letters of condolences to families of those American men and women in uniform who committed suicide while serving their country. watch

First Word: Wednesday, July 6

First Word: Wednesday, July 6

07/06/11 08:00PM

There's something rotten in the state of England where a piece of Rupert Murdoch's media empire is under investigation for truly grotesque behavior. Here at home the President bypasses the media and goes straight to the internets. The hashtag era has... watch

Finding extra tax revenue

Finding extra tax revenue

07/06/11 08:00PM

Where can we find tax revenue that would improve the economy, yet not fall on the backs of the middle and working class? Guest host Chris Hayes shares one idea. watch

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Impeachment by invoking the 14th?

07/06/11 07:28PM

We've tossed around the idea ourselves here at The Last Word. Is there any emergency way out for President Obama if no compromise has been reached over the debt ceiling? Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner himself recently noted a clause in the 14th Amendment that states U.S. public debt "shall not be questioned."One Republican congressman floated the "I" word in response the potential loophole Obama could use to side-step Congress on the debt ceiling."This president is looking to usurp congressional oversight to find a way to get it done without us. read more

President Obama and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey in the first ever Twitter Town Hall at the White House on Wednesday.

GOP takes on Obama in Twitter event

07/06/11 04:42PM

Today, President Obama hosted the first ever Twitter town hall at the White House. Users tweeted questions to the president — under the 140 characters count, naturally — using the #AskObama tag. The social networking site picked all 18 questions and Obama responded verbally without any restrictions.The event focused on jobs and the economy. And top Republican leaders took the chance to slide in their own snarky questions for the president:  read more

First Word: July 6, 2011

07/06/11 03:03PM

A look at stories shaping tonight's Last Word rundown. Chris Hayes joins us as a guest host.Social media take on role of presidential questioner in Twitter town hallObama cites progress in deficit reduction talksLawmakers head to White House on Thursday in effort to break debt stalemateFreshman Republicans lobby federal agencies for millions amid spending critiquesDavid Cameron promises News of the World phone hack probeNews of the World went after cell phones of 7/7 victims’ familiesNBA disputes Forbes' profit estimates read more

The never-ending debt talks

07/06/11 12:31AM

Editor of Frum Forum, David Frum, and Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson join The Last Word to break down today's developments in the debt ceiling negotiations. read more

First Word: Tuesday, July 5

First Word: Tuesday, July 5

07/05/11 08:00PM

I never thought I'd see the day when the Republican Party managed to alienate the Washington Establishment. But it looks like we've reached that point. watch

Texas Republicans shy away from Perry

Texas Republicans shy away from Perry

07/05/11 08:00PM

The religious right says they want Texas Governor Rick Perry to run for president. But not many Texas Republicans agree. Terri Hall of the group Texans Uniting for Reform and Freedom joins The Last Word to explain. watch

D.C. debt politics

D.C. debt politics

07/05/11 08:00PM

Editor of Frum Forum, David Frum, and Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson join The Last Word to break down today’s developments in the debt ceiling negotiations. watch

The do-nothing Congress?

The do-nothing Congress?

07/05/11 08:00PM

The L.A. Times and Politico both point out the 112th Congress is on pace to be one of the least productive Congresses in more than 60 years. Rep. Jim Clyburn joins The Last Word to discuss challenges facing a House divided. watch

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