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.
While launching a new initiative to modernize NYC airports alongside VP Biden, NY Gov. Cuomo reluctantly agreed with the Veep's earlier comments about NYC s LaGuardia Airport.
Ninety members of the House and Senate open up and tell Esquire Magazine what's wrong with Congress and how to fix it. Mark Warren joins the show.
The Liberian community on New York City s Staten Island is struggling with fear as Liberia and other West African countries suffer from the Ebola epidemic.
Mark Warren, executive editor at Esquire magazine, talks about his experience interviewing 90 members of Congress.
Star of 'Dear White People,' Tessa Thompson, plays The Last Word game This or That.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said during a news briefing that the state of New York is setting up protocols and that officials are preparing for the worst with Ebola.
Karin Huster, a registered nurse who trained Ebola health workers in Liberia, told The Last Word what is required to treat patients with Ebola in the United States.
In the Rewrite, Lawrence O'Donnell looks back at how easily the Romneys rewrote their previous vow to never run for president again.
Now for the good news: Lawrence O'Donnell tells the tale of two teens whose quick thinking saved one woman's life.
In the midst of war, disease, and poverty, comedian Russell Brand calls for a revolution.
When Cory Nieves was five, he started selling cookies because he wanted to buy his mom a car. Out of that was born, 'Mr. Cory's Cookies.' Cory joins The Last Word.
Russell Brand, author of Revolution, sticks around to play a speed round of Political Word Association.
What does a revolution look like? Russell Brand has an idea and he s ready to talk about it with Lawrence O Donnell.
Cory Nieves sits down with The Last Word s Nick Ramsey to share his business secrets for other young entrepreneurs.
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