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Katrina: The Danzinger Bridge shooting

Katrina: The Danzinger Bridge shooting

08/28/15 07:59PM

On Friday, President George W. Bush returned to New Orleans for the 10-year-anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. One of the darkest moments following that storm was the Danzinger Bridge police shooting. Rev. Sharpton talks to the  family of one of the victims. watch

Remembering Emmett Till 60-years later

Remembering Emmett Till 60-years later

08/28/15 06:58PM

On this day in 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till was murdered by two white men in Mississippi for supposedly whistling at a teenage girl who was white. Rev. Sharpton remembers his mother’s legacy and how it influenced civil rights leaders, like MLK. watch

Is Trump the GOP foreign policy leader?

Is Trump the GOP foreign policy leader?

08/28/15 06:00PM

Donald Trump has the GOP pushing right on immigration. They’re following his lead on foreign policy, too. What does this mean for the party in the long-run? Rev. Sharpton talks to Gov. Ed Rendell and Dorian Warren for more. watch

2016 Joe Biden momentum is building

2016 Joe Biden momentum is building

08/27/15 06:46PM

Will Joe Biden run? That’s the question everyone’s asking as Biden considers whether he’ll jump into the race for the White House. Today he met with the AFL-CIO president. Is that a sign? Rev. Sharpton talks to Ryan Grim and Jamal Simmons for more. watch

Katrina 10yrs later: Obama visits New Orleans

Katrina 10yrs later: Obama visits New Orleans

08/27/15 06:00PM

President Obama just finished speaking in New Orleans, marking the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep Cedric Richmond and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu about the city’s progress since the storm. watch

Remembering Amelia Boynton Robinson

Remembering Amelia Boynton Robinson

08/26/15 06:56PM

Wednesday, we mark the passing of a civil rights icon. Amelia Boynton Robinson died at the age of 104. and all her life, she blazed new trails. Rev. Sharpton talked with her family about her legacy. watch

After Katrina: Rebuilding in the 9th Ward

After Katrina: Rebuilding in the 9th Ward

08/26/15 06:47PM

It’s hard to forget the striking images of the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Many of its African-Americans residents didn’t have the means to rebuild. Rev. Sharpton talks to one church pastor that refused to leave. watch

3 dead after ambush on live TV

3 dead after ambush on live TV

08/26/15 06:00PM

Three people were shot at point-blank range on live TV this morning. The shocking ambush killed a young reporter, a photographer and injured the woman they were interviewing. Rev. Sharpton has a panel of experts weigh in on the investigation. watch

Scott Walker can’t 'out-Trump' Trump

Scott Walker can’t 'out-Trump' Trump

08/25/15 06:31PM

What do you do if you are another GOP candidate trying to win the Republican nomination? You try to “out-Trump” Donald Trump! Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker tried that strategy and learned it doesn’t always work. watch

Ferguson judge withdraws arrest warrants

Ferguson judge withdraws arrest warrants

08/25/15 06:22PM

A municipal court judge has ordered sweeping changes to the city of Ferguson’s court system. It includes withdrawing every arrest warrant issued before December 31st, 2014. Patricia Bynes explains the implications of this decision. watch

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