Marco Rubio is now hitting back at Donald Trump with a sustained personal line of attacks, but is it too late? And if Trump wins the nomination, will Republicans run negative ads against him? The Washington Post's Dana Milbank and GOP strategist Susan Del Percio join to discuss. watch
Bernie Sanders is setting his sights on Super Tuesday, with nearly a third of the delegates needed to win the nomination up for grabs. Sanders Campaign National Press Secretary Symone Sanders joins to discuss. watch
Critics and social media commentators raised concern over the lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar nominations. MSNBC’s Reverend Al Sharpton looks into the history of the diversity problem in Hollywood. watch
Beyoncé’s half-time Super Bowl performance had the nation buzzing about what some said was her use of Black Panther imagery. Rev. Sharpton talked to filmmaker Stanley Nelson about his new documentary – The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution -- and about why the group is still relevant (and controversial) in 2016. watch
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is trying to shore up support in South Carolina, maintaining her firewall among minority voters. Can she hold her lead against Bernie Sanders among African American voters in the state? watch
The National Steelworkers' Union hasn't made an endorsement for a presidential candidate yet. Member of Steelworkers Local 310 John Campbell, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss. watch
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