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Rewrite: Why no women on U.S. currency?

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President Obama says it might be time to rewrite U.S. currency to include women, and Lawrence O'Donnell has an idea about who should be on our money.

Why has Turkish social media exploded with images of Turkish women laughing?

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Turkish social media has exploded with Tweets and Instagrams of Turkish women laughing. Why? Hala Gorani explains. Click above to watch.

Rewrite: How to talk to women

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Lawrence O'Donnell looks at what happened when a Republican congresswoman attempted to rewrite the way her party talks to women.

Mere insistence not helping GOP win women

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Sen. Tammy Baldwin, co-author of the Women's Health Protection Act, talks with Steve Kornacki about why Republican claims that restrictive legislation targeting women's health options do more harm than good for women they claim to help.

Democrats have the advantage with women

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Prof. Larry Sabato Stephanie Schriock join Chris Matthews to discuss the growing gender voting gap, which may be a major advantage to Democrats in 2014 and beyond.

Perkins celebrates SCOTUS short-changing women

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Earning the title of Ed Schultz's "Pretender," conservative commentator Tony Perkins celebrates the Hobby Lobby ruling by throwing inaccurate information around like confetti.

Adding women to ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ program

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Leaders call on President Obama to expand his initiative, My Brother's Keeper, to include young black women. Michael Eric Dyson and Peniel Joseph discuss.

Egyptian women’s rights activist Hania Moheeb: ‘Sisi owes a lot to Egyptian Women’

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Today, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi ordered his interior minister to fight sexual harassment after several women were attacked during his inauguration celebrations. But will el-Sisi's sentiment make a difference? "Definitely", says Hania Moheeb a prominent activist for Women's rights in Egypt and who is herself a victim of sexual harassment. "President Sisi owes a lot to Egyptian women who lined up to vote for him." "I was happy that he spoke about the issue...I think that if he has the will and declared that he has the will then something will happen."

Pelosi brings fight for working women to Ohio

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In "Trenders," a South Dakota senate candidate's week goes from bad to worse. Glenn Beck uses coffee to roast government. Then Ed Schultz and State Sen. Nina Turner discuss the fight for equality for working women.

How minimum wage hikes are a win for women

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The Seattle City Council unanimously voted to increase the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour. Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner of MomsRising joins Tamron Hall to discuss.

Women to play key role in Kentucky race

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Sam Youngman, political reporter for the Lexington Herald-Leader, talks with Rachel Maddow about the coming race between Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes and Republican incumbent Mitch McConnell to represented Kentucky in the U.S. Senate.

‘Frightening’ push to restrict women’s rights

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Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Action Fund, responds to the Missouri legislature that passed a bill to require women to wait three days after seeing a doctor before they can obtain an abortion.

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