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.
Nathaniel Herz of the Alaska Dispatch News answers whether or not Sarah Palin still has an electoral base anymore should she decide to run for public office again.
Five days before the midterm election, party stars like Bill Clinton, Mitt Romney, and Hillary Clinton hit the trail to make closing arguments for the candidates.
Lawrence O Donnell remembers Thomas Menino, Boston s longest-serving mayor, who died Thursday at the age of 71.
Chuck Todd ends his two-week, bus tour in Louisiana where he speaks with Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu. He joins The Last Word.
29 year-old Brittany Maynard has launched a campaign to support 'death with dignity' legislation in the U.S. after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
A slew of new polls are out tonight and one gives new hope to Democrats in New Hampshire. Alex Wagner and Chris Hayes join the show.
A year after the Boston Marathon bombings, former Mayor Tom Menino made a solemn promise and said that his support and love for Boston s people will never waver.
Cancer patient Brittany Maynard moved to Oregon for its death with dignity law. Lawrence O Donnell talks with Dr. Lawrence Wechsler and Barbara Coombs Lee.
In the wake of a man mistaking Mindy Kaling for Malala Yousafzai, Alex Wagner joins Lawrence O'Donnell to play a guessing game of who said which quotes.
Forensic pathologist Shawn Parcells who assisted in Michael Brown s autopsy says that it is unclear whether Michael Brown was reaching for the gun or blocking it.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald explains where the word terrorism comes from and why he thinks it should only be used to describe very specific circumstances.
Ari Melber discovered that when it comes to burgers, a lot of things really are bigger in Texas.
There s more fallout after a forensic expert tells Lawrence her 'explosive' quote that Michael Brown was 'reaching for the gun' was taken out of context.
Lawrence O Donnell uses a photo of Tom Brokaw to lament the passage of time.
Speaking to voters in Colorado, Pres. Bill Clinton told voters that America s continued economic success is what s really on the ballot in the fall midterms.
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