Lawrence O'Donnell gives us an update on the K.I.N.D fund, Kids in Need of Desks, and announces that we have raised almost half a million dollars so far this holiday season.
Congress has shaken up Washington by passing a two year budget deal while President Obama is shaking up the White House with his new counselor, former chief of staff to Bill Clinton, John Podesta.
Director Greg Whitley spent six years following Mitt Romney over the course of two losing presidential campaigns. The trailer for the new original documentary titled MITT was released Wednesday.
Lawrence O Donnell has an exclusive interview with presidential review group member, Peter Swire, about the recommendations the committee presented to the Obama Administration.
The president announced the U.S. Olympic delegation today, and included are two openly gay former athletes. Lawrence O'Donnell talks with Stuart Milk.
Were lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in September part of political retribution against a political foe of New Jersey's outspoken governor? Lawrence O'Donnell looks at the scandal with David Corn and Hunter Walker.
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer is openly talking about a potential 2016 run. Adam Green and Karen Finney discuss.
Lawrence O'Donnell shares tweets and Facebook comments from viewers who have contributed to the K.I.N.D fund - Kids in Need of Desks.
Last Word Chaplain Fr. James Martin talks about the new hope for the direction of the Catholic Church and The Advocate's 'Person of the Year,' Pope Francis.
Lawrence O'Donnell discusses NSA leaker Edward Snowden's open letter to the people of Brazil with Steve Clemons and John Schindler.
Lawrence O'Donnell picks apart a claim by a federal judge that Founding Father James Madison would be 'aghast' at the NSA's data collection programs.
A dozen GOP senators joined every Dem senator in voting to end debate on a budget compromise to keep the government open through September of 2015. Jared Bernstein and Krystal Ball give analysis.
Lawrence O'Donnell announced that viewers have raised more than $6 million to provide desks and scholarships for children in Malawi.
In a shocking decision, a federal judge appointed by George W. Bush agrees with Edward Snowden. Lawrence O'Donnell discusses the ruling with Julian Epstein.
Senate Conservatives Fund uses harsh comparison against John Boehner, says he is worse than the IRS after he pushed back at Tea Party obstinacy over budget deal. Rep. Paul Ryan is trying to smooth it out. Steve Schmidt and Ezra Klein join Lawrence O'Donnell.