1. Twelve days after airing a report on Benghazi, CBS is stepping it back. Lara Logan, one of the show's correspondent's appeared on 'CBS This Morning' and apologized: "The most important thing to every person at 60 Minutes is the truth, and today the truth is that we made a mistake. That's very disappointing for any journalist. It's very disappointing for me." Why did this happen? Chris Hayes will be joined by New York Times reporter, Bill Carter, Media Matters' Eric Boehlert, and former CBS "60 Minutes" producer, Steve Reiner.
2. Earlier this year John Roberts' Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, a piece of legislation designed to protect minority voters. Tonight in an exclusive report, All In introduces you to Pasedena, Texas: victim of discriminatory redistricting.
3. Chris Christie's opponent speaks. Barbara Buono joins Chris Hayes to discuss her disappointing run. This will be her first interview after the election.
4. Miami Dolphins playerJonathan Martin has left the team after being allegedly bullied by a fellow teammate. Joining Chris Hayes at the table to discuss locker room bullying: Former NFL Player Roman Oben, sports correspondent for NPR, Mike Pesca, and Slate's Emily Bazelon.