In the series finale, Bette and Tina prepare to start a new life in the Big Apple, and Alice wants Tasha to make a decision about their relationship.
In a commemoratory speech on Aug. 26 to the American Legion, the President discussed global threats to America and pledged to fix the nation s broken VA system.
Richard Wolffe explains what millions of dollars from people like Bill Gates can and can t do to move forward stricter gun control measures.
Taking the ALS Challenge, actor Matt Damon also drew attention to the issue of clean water in poor nations. Watch Damon and other celebrities take the plunge.
The officer who killed Michael Brown was once part of a different police department that was disbanded due to tensions with its community. Lizz Brown and Jim Cavanaugh discuss.
Michael Brady, a new eyewitness to the Michael Brown shooting, describes moments leading up to shooting. He gives those details to Lawrence O'Donnell.
Last Word intern Danielle Hawkins was supposed to give us some good news, but with all the breaking news she didn t have the chance. That s why we have the Very Last Word!
Msnbc.com reporter Trymaine Lee, who was tear gassed by police officers, describes the breaking news scene.
A Detroit jury found Wafer guilty of second-degree murder for the shooting of unarmed teenager Renisha McBride. Goldie Taylor joins Lawrence.
President Obama holds a primetime address to talk about new military efforts in Iraq. Former Ambassador Christopher Hill & David Rohde discuss what's next.
Krystal Ball and Ari Melber discuss a Supreme Court case from Harry Truman s presidency, which is still cited to determine the extent of the President s authority.
Richard Wolff and Josh Barro discuss political attire and what fashion says about a politician.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is banning food and agriculture imports from countries that have sanctioned Russia over Ukraine. Lawrence talks to Steve Clemons.
Ari Melber talks about the most surprising thing about the interview he conducted with Rand Paul and Cory Booker.
Impeachment didn't just have consequences for Pres. Clinton. Politically, it affected those who fought for it in the first place. Something John Boehner remembers.
Jahmi-el Cuffee tells Lawrence O'Donnell his version of what happened the day he allegedly got stomped in the head by a NYPD officer. His sister and lawyer join him.
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