1. President Obama is tackling the wage gap between men and women with executive action: Today he signed measures prohibiting federal contractors from retaliating against employees who share salary data, and requiring federal contractors to make data on wage by race and gender available to the government. Tomorrow, the Senate is set to vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act -- and it's expected to fail. is Cecilia Munoz, Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, joins us to discuss. Plus, Josh Barro, MSNBC Contributor and National Correspondent for The New York Times, and Laura Bassett, Political Reporter for The Huffington Post weigh in.
2. Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald is asking the federal government to get involved in the fight over recent changes to early voting in Ohio. He's our guest tonight.
3. Next up: It's been a violent few days in Ukraine, and the conflict with Russia is far from over. Vice News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky reports form Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine.
4. Plus: With March Madness in the rearview, the debate over whether college athletes should be paid is back in the spotlight. Former NBA player Etan Thomas, George Mason University basketball coach Paul Hewitt, and sports columnist Dave Zirin discuss.