Chris Hayes looks at the ongoing crisis on the border with Congressman Joaquin Castro and Leslie Velez.
Chris Hayes talks about the pharmaceutical companies funding the anti-marijuana reform movement.
Israeli airstrikes killed many in Gaza today, while rockets launched from Gaza targeted the major Israeli cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. NBC News' Ayman Mohyeldin reports the latest.
Beginning this fall, Chicago joins a growing list of cities that offer free lunch to all public school students. The greater problem though, is poverty.
Chris Hayes talks to former Rep. Patrick Kennedy Dr. Carl Hart about the fine line between legal and illegal drugs.
Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., got heated at a Senate hearing for collegiate athletics when fighting for students' rights.
Government officials tell NBC News there is no credible evidence Cuban government agents hatched an alleged smear campaign to try to link Senator Robert Menendez to an underage prostitution scandal, which turned out to be untrue.
Chris Hayes talks to Glenn Greenwald about identifying the people spied on by the government.
In a new column, investigative reporter David Cay Johnston argues the Bush-era tax cuts sapped $6.6 trillion in income from American households.
Since Kansas passed major tax cuts in 2012, revenues declined, and job growth now lags behind the rest of the country.
Dave Weigel, political reporter for Slate, speaks with Chris Hayes about the Benghazi investigation.
How can additional border security make the humanitarian crisis on the border worse? Chris Hayes takes on Rep. Michael Burgess.
The ramifications of the U.S. Supreme Court's 'Hobby Lobby' case are just beginning to register -- not just for women's rights but also for LGBT rights.
As the flood of undocumented children crossing into the U.S. escalates to a level of crisis, Republicans like Sarah Palin are talking impeachment for Pres. Obama. Fmr. Gov. Ed Rendell and Angela Rye discuss.
Why isn t Chris McDaniel surrendering after the Mississippi Senate primary runoff? Alex Wagner talks with David Corn from Mother Jones.
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