Obamacare enrollment beats expectations-- and the president goes on offense, big time. Ari Melber discusses with Ezra Klein and former Rep. Patrick Murphy.
Last Word guests Lennie Gerber and Pearl Berlin were legally married in Maine and are seeking recognition of that marriage in their home state.
President Obama announces that 8 million people have signed up for the Affordable Care Act through the exchanges.
The 2016 election comes up in a rare joint interview with President Obama and Vice President Biden. Blake Zeff, Nia-Malika Henderson and Ari Melber discuss.
A Kentuckian asked Sen. Paul why he endorsed Sen. McConnell, but he would only answer in private. Reporter Sam Youngman heard the whole thing and joins us.
A possible deal was struck between Russia and Ukraine amid concerns Jews in Eastern Ukraine are being intimidated. Adrian Karatnycky joins The Last Word.
The parents of a schizophrenic man who was shot and killed by the Albuquerque police speak out on the DOJ'S findings. Renatta and Stephen Torres join Ari Melber.
The search continues for nearly 300 people lost and feared dead after a ferry carrying mostly school kids sunk off South Korea's coast. James Pearson has the latest.
The New York Times details the failures of a police investigation into a rape claim against a Heisman winner. Ari Melber talks to Faith Jenkins and Jessica Luther.
Republicans coming home for break are learning they have a failed message on the Affordable Care Act and minimum wage. Karen Finney joins Ari Melber.
Is the New Mexico Governor the GOP's best hope to remake the party?
Will newly-released backroom audio tapes hurt the Republican rising star? Ari Melber talks with Mother Jones' Andy Kroll and Eugene Robinson.
Matt Taibbi tells the story of a man who was arrested in Brooklyn for blocking pedestrian traffic, or, as Taibbi puts it, being black on a Tuesday.'
As tensions escalate in Eastern Ukraine, U.S.-Russian relations deteriorate. Alex Wagner is joined by Kimberly Marten and David Rohde.
Democrats make headway in three critical Senate races. Howard Dean, Patrick Murphy and Alex Wagner discuss.
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