The Blockbuster Award -- given to the person with the most political impact in 2015, has to of course go to Donald Trump. But which version of Trump will get the prize? Michael Steele, Amy Holmes, Erin McPike and Jimmy Williams make the decision. watch
Tasers have been embraced by law enforcement agencies as a non-lethal method of subduing suspects and marketed as a safe alternative to guns. Documentary "Killing Them Safely" looks at whether tasers are really safe. Filmmaker Nick Berardini joins Rev. Al Sharpton. watch
Sheriff Joe Arpaio, a highly polarizing figure due to aggressive immigration policies, speaks to Al Sharpton about his support for Donald Trump and reviving birther conspiracy theories about President Obama. watch
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, who is stepping down at the end of the month, joins to discuss the fix to the Bush-era "No Child Left Behind" law and how President Obama has changed over the last seven years. watch
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel faces growing criticism over his handling of the police shooting death of Laquan McDonald. State Rep. La Shawn Ford, who introduced a bill that would let the mayor be removed from office by a recall vote. watch
Pamela Meanes, President of the National Bar Association, joins to discuss Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's controversial comments where he suggested black students can't keep up at better schools. watch
Nearly five months after the massacre at Mother Emanuel Church in South Carolina, the headlines have faded, but the grief remains. Rev. Norvel Goff, Interim Pastor at Mother Emanuel, joins to discuss. watch
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