Tommy Chong returns to discuss whether the U.S. will enact stricter marijuana laws. Plus, Dylan Ratigan talks about leaving TV and what’s next for him.
Cenk Uygur has the latest updates on the Supreme Court reviewing DOMA’s constitutionality. Plus, Tricia Rose and Chicago Alderman Leslie Hairston weigh in on the closing of public schools in Chicago’s minority neighborhoods.
Tune in tonight for the second part of Cenk Uygur’s interview with former President Jimmy Carter. Plus, get the latest on the Supreme Court hearings on the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8.
Cenk Uygur sits down with former President Jimmy Carter to talk about the Carter Center’s work to eradicate Guinea worms.
Chris Moody talks about House Republicans approving Paul Ryan’s budget plan. Plus, attorney Linda Kenney Baden breaks down the latest in the Jodi Arias murder trial.
Michael Shure guest hosts. Ex-CIA agent Lindsay Moran discusses Blackwater functioning as an extension of the CIA. Plus, Mark Kleiman talks about becoming Washington state’s official marijuana consultant.
Catherine Lutz and Michael Hastings discuss the Iraq War 10 years later. Plus, taxpayers pay for the Carnival cruise rescues for a company that doesn’t pay U.S. taxes.
How did the CNN completely bungle its coverage of the Steubenville rape trial verdict? Plus, the Koch Brothers are back at it for the GOP, and The Nation’s Lee Fang joins to discuss.
Joe Williams covers the latest at 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference. Plus, the TSA will allow knives on planes again.
Former Catholic priest Matthew Fox reviews the new pope, Michael Hastings and Cenk Uygur weigh in on the person who recorded the infamous Mitt Romney “47 percent” video coming forward, and has HBO’s “Girls” gone too far?
Trevor Timm looks at Bradley Manning’s trial updates and his leaked statements. Plus, racism in the porn industry? Adult actress Aurora Snow on why interracial scenes are causing controversy.
Michael Shure guest hosts, and former Catholic priest Matthew Fox looks ahead to the election of the next pope. Plus, director Richard Robbins introduces his documentary “Girls Rising.”
Col. Morris Davis and Andrew Kirell on the drone debate, Chavala Madlena on Iraqi torture squads, and Jacki Schechner on Rick Scott’s Obamacare flip-flop. Plus, Sen Sherrod Brown on “too big to jail,” and Turk Row debates.
Director Lori Silverbush tackles hunger in America with her documentary “A Place at the Table,” and Luke Johnson digs deeper into the possibility of President Obama authorizing a drone attack in the U.S.
Michael Shure guest hosts. Col. Morris Davis digs into the Federal Aviation Administration’s investigating a possible drone sighting in New York City. Plus, Iowa seeks to ban no-fault divorce.
Michael Shure guest hosts. David Shuster weighs in on Mitt Romney still being sad he’s not president. Plus, Jim Avila talks about seeing “Frankenfish” in real life.