Former CIA agent Lindsay Moran and Rolling Stones contributor Michael Hastings talk to Cenk Uygur about the Benghazi hearing and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s remarks. Martin Smith, producer of PBS’ “Frontline,” introduces his new documentary, “The Untouchables,” which investigates why no Wall Street banker has faced legal action from the U.S. Department of Justice for selling toxic home loans. OutServe-SLDN (Service Members Legal Defense Network) executive director Allyson Robinson discusses suing the U.S. for equal protections and rights for gay service members’ families. Major Stephen Snyder-Hill and his husband Joshua Snyder-Hill share their own story. Business Insider’s Grace Wyler and TYT contributor Michael Shure try to determine the real reason Republicans caved to a debt ceiling with so little fight. Plus, Mark Ridley-Thomas, chairman of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, reveals the secret to Southern California’s successful gun buyback initiative.
Cenk Uygur talks to former CIA agent Lindsay Moran and Rolling Stone contributor Michael Hastings about Republicans unfairly attacking Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the Benghazi hearing in Washington. watch video
Cenk Uygur talks with Grace Wyler, politics editor at Business Insider, about why the Republicans compromised on the 2013 debt ceiling debate without a fight. watch video
Major Stephen Snyder-Hill and his husband, Joshua Snyder-Hill, talk with Cenk Uygur about serving in the military when the Defense of Marriage Act prevents gay couples from having the same rights as straight soldiers and their spouses. watch video
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