President Obama delivered the first major speech of his second term on Thursday, addressing the use of drone strikes and calling for a restricted use on unmanned strikes. How transparent will the administration be on drones in the future? The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson and NBC News' Tom Broka
Chris Hayes looks at President Obama's defense of the drone program with the ACLU National Security Project's Hina Shamsi and PBS' Joshua Foust.
Chris Hayes takes a look at President Obama's defense of the targeted killing program.
Former Congressman and war veteran Patrick Murphy and Krystal Ball join Rev. Sharpton to discuss the president’s historic counter terrorism speech.
Former Pentagon General Counsel Jeh Johnson talks about the crucial steps for this process.
Richard Engel, NBC News chief foreign correspondent, talks with Rachel Maddow about why the U.S. government is so keen to find the source of the leak to the AP about the al Qaeda bomb plot, and the rare and valuable al Qaeda double agent whose life was put at risk by their reporting.
FILE - This Oct. 2008 file photo shows Imam Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born Yemeni cleric and recruiter for al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula, in Yemen. Born in New Mexico, al-Awlaki has used his personal website to encourage Muslims around the world to kill U.S. troops in Iraq and has emerged as a pro
Islamist protesters shout slogans and burn a flag with the word " Police" on it, after they took it down and erected several al Qaeda flags at the main door of the state security headquarters in Cairo May 2, 2013. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
A rocket launcher is pictured at al-Sahwa military base of the Syrian Army after it was captured by Free Syrian Army fighters, in Deraa in this March 9, 2013 file photo. The growing power of Islamist fighters in southern Syria is ringing alarm bells in neighbouring Jordan, which backs rebels battlin
Free Syrian Army fighters attend a training session in al-Giza village, in Deraa in this March 30, 2013 file photo. The growing power of Islamist fighters in southern Syria is ringing alarm bells in neighbouring Jordan, which backs rebels battling its old foe President Bashar al-Assad but fears thos