Msnbc.com reporter Trymaine Lee, who was tear gassed by police officers, describes the breaking news scene.
A Detroit jury found Wafer guilty of second-degree murder for the shooting of unarmed teenager Renisha McBride. Goldie Taylor joins Lawrence.
Richard Wolff and Josh Barro discuss political attire and what fashion says about a politician.
Ari Melber talks about the most surprising thing about the interview he conducted with Rand Paul and Cory Booker.
Khary Lazarre-White explains why many of those from communities of privelege don t see the troublesome effects of marijuana policy on those in communities of color.
Esaw Garner, the widow of Eric Garner who died in NYPD custody after the use of an apparent chokehold, pleads for calm after her husband s untimely death.
After a long summer week, we turn now to the late night comedians. Lawrence has the best of this week s political laughs.
Pres. Obama called out Congress for their inaction on raising the minimum wage, while Paul Ryan presented an old GOP poverty plan as though it were new.
What's really in Rep. Paul Ryan's new plan to fight poverty? Are there any good ideas? Lawrence O'Donnell discusses with Robert Greenstein and Joy Reid.
Now for the good news: the story of one boy s quest to raise money so his buddy could get the surgery he needed.
Nearly 300 Palestinians have died in the conflict between Hamas and Israel as both sides trade rockets and the blame. But who supports Hamas? Ziad Asali discusses.
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