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.
Sherrilyn Ifill explains what NYPD has to do fix problems of over-policing and racial bias.
After a long summer week, we turn now to the late night comedians. Lawrence has the best of this week s political laughs.
In a hilarious Funny or Die parody, actress Kristen Bell gets some laughs while explaining the importance of raising the minimum wage.
And now for the good news: meet Chicago s Keven Stonewall whose work may one day save a lot of lives.
Pres. Obama called out Congress for their inaction on raising the minimum wage, while Paul Ryan presented an old GOP poverty plan as though it were new.
What's really in Rep. Paul Ryan's new plan to fight poverty? Are there any good ideas? Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Robert Greenstein and Joy Reid.
The State Dept. confirmed that the Russian military fired artillery into Ukraine on Thursday. Amb. Michael McFaul and Kimberly Marten join Lawrence O'Donnell.
In seven days, 462 people have died on three commercial flights. Do we need a system to regulate airlines internationally? Bruce Ottley and Anthony Roman discuss.
A writer must choose between love or money when he is offered a movie deal for his private script. If he accepts the deal he will expose his mistress' secret and painful past.
Can Democratic Senate candidate Michelle Nunn turn the Republican red state of Georgia blue? Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Karen Finney.
The FAA put a temporary ban on U.S. flights to and from Tel Aviv after a rocket from Gaza fell near Ben Gurion Airport. Steven Cook and Anthony Roman discuss.
Dueling Affordable Care Act court decisions are at odds over the law's federal health insurance subsidies. Julian Epstein and E.J. Dionne join Lawrence O'Donnell.
On a day when Republicans are reveling in an ACA setback, an independent voter says how thankful he is for the law. Bill Stephan joins Lawrence from Jackson, MN.
Media personality and occasional political pundit Adam Carolla says liberals turned 'conservative' into a pejorative. Lawrence O'Donnell rewrites that claim.
Two different federal court rulings are at odds over a key part of the Affordable Care Act. Will the law go back to the Supreme Court?
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