One week after he cut off the mic of his colleague Rep. Elijah Cummings, House Democrats took to the House floor to demand an apology from Rep. Darrell Issa.
Malaysian officials are disputing a Wall Street Journal report that suggested Flight MH370 may have been in the air for hours after it dropped from radar. Ronan Farrow discusses with Jim Tilmon, an aviation expert and former American Airlines pilot.
David Leonhardt talks about the McConnell race in Kentucky and whether the incumbent senator will win re-election. Leonhardt also previews the New York Times new data-driven project, The Upshot, which focuses on politics, economy and policy.
Rev. Sharpton is joined by Rep. Marcia Fudge and Krystal Ball to discuss Rep. Paul Ryan s recent comments on poverty in inner cities, and his subsequent clarification.
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., joins Andrea Mitchell to discuss America s next steps of involvement in Ukraine as well as how recent comments on the CIA may affect future foreign relations.
The total amount of bonuses paid to Wall Street workers was $11 billion more than the total amount made by all full time minimum wage workers in 2013.
Joy Reid talks to Rep. Barbara Lee about her response to recent comments made by Rep. Paul Ryan about his beliefs about poverty and the cultural problem in our inner cities.
Ukraine s Prime Minister is meeting with the UN Security Council after Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated the illegality of the referendum set to take place in Crimea. Former NATO Ambassador Nick Burns and Harvard Kennedy School Professor Anne Gearan discuss where Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin may go from here as well as how the Ukrainian people may proceed.
NBC News Kasie Hunt takes on the major headlines of the day, including the recent controversy surrounding Rep. Paul Ryan's remarks on men in inner-city areas.
Rachel Maddow reports breaking news that President Barack Obama has ordered a review of U.S. deportation policy to look for more humane enforcement.
Top Talkers: The search continues for the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, and new reports suggest the plane may have continued to fly hours after leaving radar screens. Other reports have dismissed this.
Rachel Maddow reports on House Democrats speaking out in protest of Rep. Darrell Issa's disrespectful treatment of Congressman Elijah Cummings.
Chris Hayes talks to his panel about a unprecedented study that takes a comprehensive look into the America's largely underground sex economy.
NBC's Kasie Hunt and The Huffington Post's Sam Stein discuss the White House's role following allegations from Sen. Feinstein that the CIA was spying on the Senate.
NBC s Luke Russert and Howard Fineman talk to Alex Wagner about Rep. Darrell Issa s procedural error and the likelihood of Lois Lerner being held in contempt of Congress.
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