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.
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.
A Columbia Univ. Prof. of English & Comparative Literature discusses whether Joe Biden - who was attacked by Jon Stewart - should've apologized for saying Shylock .
Lawrence O Donnell finally responds to Tim Daly s ice bucket challenge.
After meeting with CENTCOM leaders Pres. Obama spoke to troops from all four military branches at MacDill Air Force Base to thank them and explain the mission ahead.
Last Word senior producer Quiana Burns talks more with Dr. Alexander van Tulleken about challenges facing America s Ebola aid mission in Africa.
While visiting MacDill Air Force Base in Florida on Wednesday, Pres. Obama stopped by an elementary school and got some barber tips from a couple of first graders.
After visiting doctors dealing with Africa s Ebola outbreak at the CDC in Atlanta, Pres. Obama explained how the U.S. is going to help try and stop the outbreak.
David Rohde and Richard Wolffe predict how the American engagement with ISIS will progress in the coming months and years.
In 2006, William McCants translated 'The Management of Savagery,' which was written by an Islamic extremist. ISIS could be using some of its savage recommendations.
Phyllis Bennis, Dir. of the New Internationalism Project at the Inst. for Policy Studies explains what she thinks Pres. Obama should have said in his ISIS speech.
Lawrence talks with Charlie Warzel about Apple s brand new products, including the Apple Watch the new, larger iPhone 6.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wants to change your life with a new Apple Pay service and wearable technology. Charlie Warzel discusses with Lawrence O Donnell.
After Tuesday s show, Lawrence O Donnell talked more about our #NotAFailure campaign, and the importance of hearing your experiences working on the minimum wage.
Lawrence O Donnell talks about why actually see ing domestic violence might change the way people view this crime.
Conservative commentator Erick Erickson said minimum wage workers 'failed at life.' Lawrence wants to hear your story telling us why Erickson is wrong.
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