Sen. John McCain is accusing UN Ambassador Susan Rice of not telling the truth about the attacks on Benghazi, but his fellow Republicans are backing away from his accusations. Rev. Al Sharpton explains. watch
Speaker John Boehner has reportedly asked Rep. Paul Ryan to help strike a deal on taxes and spending, even though voters rejected Ryan’s budget ideals. Is this a sign Republicans don’t want to budge on taxes? Jackie Kucinich of USA Today and Heather... watch
Since the election, Republicans have insisted they’re making changes within the party. Yet so far, members have showed they’re not really interested in change. Abby Huntsman of HuffPost Live and MSNBC host Toure discuss the “awakening”. watch
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The chairman of Maine's Republican Party said he believes voter fraud took place on Election Day after "dozens of black people," came in and voted in rural towns where they weren't recognized by residents. read more
It’s nothing new for Republicans to inject race into politics. Co-host of MSNBC’s “The Cycle” Toure and opposition researcher James Carter IV talk to Rev. Al Sharpton about the GOPs latest racial remarks. watch
Salon’s Joan Walsh, Rula Jebreal from Newsweek/The Daily Beast, and Rev. Al Sharpton talk about what’s going on with John McCain, R-Ariz., lately in his widely discussed criticisms of President Obama’s handling of Benghazi. watch
Rev. Al Sharpton and the Politics Nation panel – including Mother Jones’ David Corn and Abby Huntsman Livingston from Huffington Post Live – discuss Mitt Romney’s “gifts” comment about President Obama and the response of several members of the GOP to... watch
Mitt Romney has a new theory for why he lost the election—President Obama was giving freebies to voters.
The New York Times reports that in a conference call with his national finance team today, Romney claimed he lost because of “gifts” President Obama gave to minorities and young voters. read more
Wisconsin Sen. Alberta Darling, a Republican and co-chair for Mitt Romney’s campaign in the Badger State, told a Milwaukee-based ABC affiliate that a voter ID law would have made a difference in the final statewide vote tally.... read more
On the 10-year anniversary of being elected the nation’s first female minority leader in the House of Representatives, California Democrat Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday said she would like to remain on as the top Democrat in the House.... read more
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