To understand why inequality has grown, and why the wealth and power of the nation belong in the hands of a small set of elites, do we have to re-evaluate our belief in meritocracy?
Steven Spielberg produced this tale about a modern-day teenager transported back to the 1950s, where he encounters the teens who will someday become his parents. Excellent family viewing!
MSNBC Host and Editor-at-Large of The Nation Chris Hayes argues that the decline of meritocracy in U.S. leadership is resulting in elites that cannot help but fail.
Two executives, who have recently been dumped by their women, hatch a callous plot to take revenge on all women by planning to woo, win and then discard a deaf woman who works in their office.
Get a behind the scenes look at the documentary event series Years of Living Dangerously.
This groundbreaking documentary event Showtime television series, executive produced by James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub & Arnold Schwarzenegger, explores the human impact of climate change. From the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy to the upheaval caused by drought in the Middle East, YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY combines the blockbuster storytelling styles of top Hollywood movie makers with the reporting expertise of today's most respected journalists.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Thomas L. Friedman interviews a Syrian refugee living in the United States about the drought in Syria.
The car service company is revolutionizing how the world travels - but its sharp elbows aren't reserved for the taxi industry alone. Chris Hayes explains.
Chris Hayes explains why All In put a member of the KKK on the air.
With the number of Ebola cases in the U.S. back at zero, Chris Hayes takes a look back at the media coverage.
Chris sits down with Sharyl Attkisson and asks her if there is a way to independently verify the hacking claims she makes in her new book. Find out her response tonight.
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.
Chris Hayes takes you to the frontlines of the immigration reform movement-- where members of one Arizona church have stopped waiting on Washington to act.
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