We've heard more than a few Republicans criticize the mainstream media but few, if any, have ever admitted they're actually afraid of it. Maine Governor Paul LePage changed all that this weekend. read more
President Obama took his fight for gun safety on the road and called action while debunking the NRA’s talking points. Meanwhile the NRA has created an enemies that includes “MacGyver” and “The Nanny”. Clarence Page and Michelle Cottle discuss whether... watch
Republicans are struggling to regroup after the election. GOP donors are turning to Karl Rove to help weed out far right candidates which has angered the Tea Party. Michael Steele and Dana Milbank weigh in. watch
In an interview before the Super Bowl, President Obama made it clear he will continue to fight for equal rights, from women in combat, to LGBT rights, to economic fairness. Political strategist Angela Rye and Jared Bernstein talk with Rev. Al Sharpton. watch
The White House released a photo of the president skeet shooting at Camp David, after some critics complained Obama was lying. But apparently the photo was not enough and some are still concocting conspiracy theories. Joe Madison and Victoria... watch
In the few days since the White House released a photo of President Obama skeet shooting, conservatives have come up with a slew of increasingly absurd ways to criticize it, in many cases either insinuating or outright accusing the photo of being a fake.
It looks "odd" read more
As the indications of a successful economic recovery continue to pop up, pundits on the right seemed to be hoping for bad news. On Thursday's radio program, Rush Limbaugh seemed willing to sacrifice economic gains just to see the president hurt. "Any immediate economic setback, or the perception of one, could weaken Obama's clout... read more
Hundreds of workers gathered at the State Department to say goodbye to Hillary Clinton as she stepped down as Secretary of State. Clinton faced many attacks over her years in public life, has she vanquished the “right-wing conspiracy” once and for all?... watch
Senate Republicans are vowing to block President Obama’s nominee to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray. They claim the bureau has too much power over banks. Is the GOP playing games with the economy for political points?... watch
Since his 2011 MSNBC premiere, Reverend Al Sharpton has led a lively and informed discussion each night. With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, Sharpton shares his take on the top headlines of the day in his signature style. He also connects with viewers in his nightly ‘Reply Al’ segment where he answers viewer questions and concerns.