1. Dick and Liz Cheney have some hash words for President Obama over his approach to Iraq:
"Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many."
Tonight, we're "All In" on the conversation around the escalating violence in Iraq, and public officials' attempts to work through our legacy in that country on the national stage. James Fallows and Col. Morris Davis join us.
2. Big news for the Washington Redskins today, as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office canceled the trademarks for the team, citing "a preponderance of evidence that a substantial amount of Native Americans found the term Redskins to be disparaging when used in connection with professional football." We'll talk with Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton.
3. An app that says just one word, "Yo," raked in seven figures in venture capital cash. Is this a sign of another tech bubble?
4. Plus, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank joins us to talk about the world of conservative Islamophobia.