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‘An affront to who we are’

‘An affront to who we are’

04/17/14 06:58PM

Atty. Gen. Eric Holder attends a memorial in Kansas for the victims of Sunday’s shooting, vowing to bring the perpetrator of any alleged hate-crime to justice. Meanwhile, a small town mayor is under fire for voicing support for the accused killer. watch

Who wants to change the Civil Rights Act?

Who wants to change the Civil Rights Act?

04/17/14 06:45PM

Less than a year after a Supreme Court ruling functionally gutted the Voting Rights Act, a new op-ed in a top conservative publication suggests that law - and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 - need to be amended to end racial preferences. watch

‘Republicans were wrong’ about Obamacare

‘Republicans were wrong’ about Obamacare

04/17/14 06:17PM

In his remarks announcing the latest threshold for health insurance enrollment, Pres. Obama called out his Republican critics for constantly attacking the law with a slew of inaccurate claims. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries discusses. watch

Obamacare: 8 million strong

Obamacare: 8 million strong

04/17/14 06:00PM

Pres. Obama announced Thursday that eight million Americans enrolled in health insurance using the insurance exchange marketplaces during open enrollment over the last six months. watch

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Rev's Early Reads: April 17

04/17/14 07:16AM

Koch brothers wealth hits milestone... big money links between Tea Party groups and right-wing radio hosts... and new GOP calls to gut Civil Rights Act. read more

Supporters rally around homeless mom

Supporters rally around homeless mom

04/16/14 06:54PM

Homeless, single mother Shanesha Taylor has been charged with felony child abuse for leaving her children in a car while attending a job interview, but a growing group of supporters are rallying around her. watch

Scrambling for a scandal

Scrambling for a scandal

04/16/14 06:33PM

News of Census Bureau changes to insurance reporting has some of the right crying foul and accusing the Obama administration of cooking the books, but Rev. Al Sharpton knows how to calm those fears. watch

The real Iowa voter fraud

The real Iowa voter fraud

04/16/14 06:29PM

Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz has been busy hunting down voter fraud in his state, and he hasn’t found too many cases so far, but a new report finds that at least 12 eligible voters had their ballots wrongly rejected in 2012. watch

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