Bernie Sanders has galvanized millions of young people and progressives, but has leveled some harsh attacks on Hillary Clinton and Democratic leaders in the process. Sanders' Campaign Manager Jeff Weaver joins to discuss. watch
Democrats seem to have a new weapon in their fight against Donald Trump: Elizabeth Warren. Democratic strategist Krystal Ball, The New York Times' Yamiche Alcindor and Reason Magazine's Matt Welch join to discuss. watch
A federal grand jury indicted the officer involved in the shooting of Walter Scott. Will this case set a precedent for other civil rights cases caught on video? Paul Butler, Professor at the Georgetown Law Center, joins Al Sharpton. watch
With Donald Trump at the top of the ticket, some down ballot races might be in jeopardy. Democratic Senate candidate Jason Kander, who is challenging incumbent Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, joins Al Sharpton to discuss. watch
President Obama made jokes at the White House Correspondents' Dinner about what he would be doing after the White House, but in reality the president is focused on his legacy. MSNBC's Joy Reid joins to discuss. watch
Critics are already appealing a ruling by a federal judge which upheld North Carolina's controversial voter ID law. State Rep. Mickey Michaux, D-N.C., and attorney Allison Riggs of the Southern Coalition for Social Justice join Al Sharpton to discuss. watch
Donald Trump says he's been taking notes on Bernie Sanders' attacks on Hillary Clinton. Can the Democratic Party unite in time for what could be a brutal general election? Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe joins to discuss. watch
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