Lawrence O'Donnell announced that viewers have raised more than $6 million to provide desks and scholarships for children in Malawi.
In a shocking decision, a federal judge appointed by George W. Bush agrees with Edward Snowden. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses the ruling with Julian Epstein.
Senate Conservatives Fund uses harsh comparison against John Boehner, says he is worse than the IRS after he pushed back at Tea Party obstinacy over budget deal. Rep. Paul Ryan is trying to smooth it out. Steve Schmidt and Ezra Klein join Lawrence O'Donnell.
One state senator likened Obamacare to Nazis and Soviets in a tweet, while Rick Santorum is arguing people are getting freebies from the government. Jonathan Cohn and Ari Melber join Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss.
A troupe of Alabama Cub Scouts who helped raise over $18,000 for Kids in Need of Desks talk about the experience of helping children halfway around the world.
MSNBC's Alex Wagner talks to Michigan Democratic State Rep. Kate Segal about the state's new law that will force women to buy extra insurance in order to get abortion coverage.
It's hard out there for a Speaker of the House: Tea Party and conservative groups are attacking John Boehner as Ted Cruz is attacking his bipartisan budget deal. Alex Wagner discusses with David Axelrod and Luke Russert.
On the Very Last Word, Lawrence O Donnell described the process of putting together his trip to Birmingham, Alabama, for the K.I.N.D. Fund.
Senate Republicans are taking their fight over the filibuster rule change to the Senate Floor. Alex Wagner talks to congressional scholars Norm Ornstein and Tom Mann.
Cub scout master and assistant master Keith Mathis and Mozella Pack talk about what inspired them to raise money for the K.I.N.D. fund with their scouts.
Los Angeles Times' reporter Maeve Reston talks with Alex Wagner about the celebrity launch of the 'Tell a Friend - Get Covered' campaign to boost ACA enrollment.
Nancy Pelosi sat down with Alex Wagner to discuss her 26 years of experience in Congress, and the current state of the Republican party.
Lawrence O'Donnell discusses the conservative reaction to Time Magazine choosing Pope Francis as its person of the year.
NBC's Ron Allen investigates reports of the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial service being a fraud.
The numbers for November are in and the Obama Administration says interest in enrolling in the new health care exchanges is surging. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Dr. Zeke Emanuel.