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Record flooding hits parts of the South

Record flooding hits parts of the South

05/26/15 07:19PM

At least 14 people are dead across Oklahoma and Texas and at least 16 more are reported missing after storms rolled through the area. Rev. Sharpton talks to a school superintendent in Texas who’s student was killed in over the weekend. watch

Cleveland reaches settlement with DOJ

Cleveland reaches settlement with DOJ

05/26/15 07:19PM

Cleveland has been at the center of the defining civil rights issue of our time: the policing of America’s communities. Rev. Sharpton talks with City Councilman Jeff Johnson and William Yeomans for more. watch

Hillary fires back on Obama’s GOP critics

Hillary fires back on Obama’s GOP critics

05/22/15 06:00PM

Hillary Clinton is weighing in on the fight against ISIS, hitting back against GOP critics of the Obama Administration’s policy. Rev. Sharpton talks to EJ Dionne and Ed Rendell about the old GOP playbook of scaring Americans into voting for their party. watch

GOP food stamp wipeout

GOP food stamp wipeout

05/21/15 06:53PM

Fox News’ favorite surfer dude is back and he’s apparently the poster child for everything wrong with the food stamp program. Rev. Sharpton debunks the GOP obsession with this story. watch

DC murder manhunt focuses on Brooklyn

DC murder manhunt focuses on Brooklyn

05/21/15 06:26PM

Police in two states are looking for 34-year-old Daron Dylon Wint, who faces a first-degree murder arrest warrant. Rev. Sharpton talks to NBC News’ Rehema Ellis, Jim Cavanaugh and Clint van Zandt about how a pizza crust made a break in the case. watch

Six officers indicted in Freddie Gray case

Six officers indicted in Freddie Gray case

05/21/15 06:00PM

State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has announced the grand jury has returned indictments on most of the charges against the officers involved in the Freddie Gray case. Rev. Sharpton talks to Joy Reid, Paul Butler and Councilman Brandon Scott for more. watch

End of an Era: David Letterman signs off

End of an Era: David Letterman signs off

05/20/15 06:43PM

After 33 years on TV, David Letterman will sign off Wednesday. He was innovative and always unpredictable. Rev. Sharpton talks to two people close to him: Former “Late Show” writer and producer Daniel Kellison and comedian Jay Thomas. watch

Clinton taps dreamer for Latino outreach

Clinton taps dreamer for Latino outreach

05/20/15 06:29PM

Hillary Clinton is vowing to push for immigration reform and Wednesday, she hired activist and former dreamer student Lorella Praeli as her Latino Outreach Director. Rev. Sharpton talks to Erika Andiola and Clarissa Martinez-de-Castro for more. watch

Inside Osama bin Laden’s mind

Inside Osama bin Laden’s mind

05/20/15 06:00PM

U.S. intelligence agencies have released the largest batch of Osama bin Laden’s personal documents ever. Rev. Sharpton talks to Matthew Rosenberg and Jack Rice about what was in those documents and what it says about the most wanted terrorist in the... watch

Building trust between police & the community

Building trust between police & the community

05/19/15 06:48PM

Rev. Sharpton talks to Bishop TD Jakes, who recently launched a nation-wide research series called “Conversations with America.” He explains what he’s seen and how to bridge the gap between communities of color and law enforcement. watch

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Since his 2011 MSNBC premiere, Reverend Al Sharpton has led a lively and informed discussion each night.  With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, Sharpton shares his take on the top headlines of the day in his signature style.  He also connects with viewers in his nightly ‘Reply Al’ segment where he answers viewer questions and concerns.

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