Indiana’s Gov. Mike Pence is backing down in the fight over his state’s discriminatory “religious freedom” law. He admits the law has a problem, but he refuses to say it would let businesses deny service to gay customers. Rev. Sharpton has the latest. watch
Rev. Al Sharpton highlights strong remarks from the president of the University of Oklahoma, who spoke out about the "epidemic of racism" across the country and urged Americans to have a national conversation about the issue. watch
The new documentary film, "Bite Size," follows four inspirational children as they struggle to slim down. Director Corbin Billings talks about America's childhood obesity epidemic and the film's "hopeful" message. watch
The president of the University of Oklahoma claims the racist chant caught on camera in a viral video was taught to OU's fraternity members at a national fraternity leadership event. SAE says there's no evidence the chant is widespread. Rev. Al Sharpton watch
Legal analyst Areva Martin and former U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey join to discuss the disturbing video uncovered of police officers beating a man after a traffic stop in Michigan - and revelations that one of the officers may have planted evidence in the watch
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