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
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
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
From a minimum wage hike to his newly unveiled plan to grow job training options in America, Pres. Obama is fighting for fairness. Many on the right, however, are fighting against those same policies, even when voters are demanding them. watch
In states that work with the Affordable Care Act, the Affordable Care Act works better. That's the conclusion from a new Gallup survey that finds the uninsured rate for adults dropped faster in recent months in states that implemented Medicaid expansion and set up their own exchanges in the health insurance marketplace, compared to those that didn't.
The latest right-wing conspiracy might be the zaniest one yet! A small group on the right are now questioning whether or not a shoe-throwing incident at a Hillary Clinton event was staged to make her look good. watch
From questioning the constitutionality of the Civil Rights Act to calling the president lawless, and even embracing a rancher who’s openly been breaking the law for years, some on the right seem to have double standards for how they approach the law of th watch