Get a behind the scenes look at the documentary event series Years of Living Dangerously.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Thomas L. Friedman interviews a Syrian refugee living in the United States about the drought in Syria.
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.
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?
In an emotional service for the slain teen, speakers encouraged mourners to turn their grief and rage into action. Chris Hayes and guests discuss.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon explicitly tells Chris Hayes that he will not be removing controversial St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch from the inquiry into the death of Michael Brown by Officer Wilson.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says ISIS is a formidable threat. Chris Hayes talks with Reuters' David Rohde.
Chris Hayes talks with John Gaskin, spokesperson for the Missouri NAACP and Jelani Cobb, contributor to The New Yorker.
Despite calls from the community and local officials, Gov. Jay Nixon won't appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the death of Mike Brown.MSNBC.com national reporter Trymaine Lee joins Chris Hayes to discuss.
All In producer-filmed footage shows media getting threatened by police: 'Media do not pass us, you're getting maced next time you pass us.'
Michael Brown's family condemns what they call character assassination after the Ferguson police disclosed that Brown was a robbery suspect. Chris Hayes speaks with Brown family attorney Anthony Gray and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay.
Jon Swaine of the Guardian joins Chris Hayes to discuss what's next now that the war zone look of last night has given way to a sane police presence and peaceful protests.
Chris Hayes reviews the remarkable change in Ferguson with Rashad Robinson of Color of Change and Jelani Cobb of Uconn Institute for African American Studies.
Tensions reached a fever pitch in Ferguson, Missouri on Monday, after police shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Saturday afternoon. Dorian Johnson, who says he was an eyewitness to the shooting, joins Chris Hayes in an exclusive interview.
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