It’s been one of the right’s favorite talking points: the Affordable Care Act kills jobs. But four years after it was signed into law, one thing is clear: the facts say the opposite. MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry and Ryan Grim discuss. watch
A new report claims the lawyers for Renisha McBride’s alleged murderer wants to introduce information about her lifestyle into the upcoming trial. Legal experts join Rev. Sharpton to discuss that and other justice files cases. watch
The Supreme Court stripped away key limits on political donations Wednesday, letting people give money to an unlimited number of candidates and political groups. Joy Reid joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss the possible impact. watch
Pres. Obama left Washington Wednesday to talk about his plan to promote an agenda that will provide economic opportunity for all, slamming the GOP policies that he says will help only a few Americans who are already doing well. watch
Marissa Alexander will learn next month whether or not she will be allowed to seek immunity under Florida's stand your ground law. Judge James Daniel announced a hearing will be held May 16 to determine if the Jacksonville mother will be able to have a stand your ground hearing that could potentially grant her immunity under the controversial Florida law, rather than going to trial again.