Now that President Obama’s approval rating is nearing 50 percent and we move closer to the 2016 election, the GOP is starting to claim it cares about inequality. Rev. Sharpton talks to Angela Rye and Dana Milbank about the party’s new talking points. watch
Nealry 29-million people across 250 miles are under some form of a weather advisory. Five states have declared emergencies. Rev. Sharpton talks to NBC’s Rehema Ellis, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and NYC Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia for the latest. watch
“You can’t fight for civil rights for anyone, unless you fight for it for everyone,” Rev. Al Sharpton told a crowd Friday evening in Oxford, England.The reverend addressed a packed hall at The Oxford Union Society, Britain’s second oldest university union. Rev. Sharpton used this opportunity to detail similarities between Britain and America in... read more
For this special London-edition of Politics Nation, Rev. Sharpton debates with “Access Hollywood’s” Shaun Robinson, Jimmy Williams and Caroline Modarresy-Tehrani about the US equivalent to royalty. watch
Friday, the NFL confirmed that evidence suggests the Patriots footballs were in fact under-inflated but we still don’t know if the league has talked to the team’s star quarterback, Tom Brady. Rev. Sharpton talks to Dana Jacobsen for the latest. watch
In a giant step in the global war on terror, US officials tell the “Wall Street Journal” the Pentagon is planning for a full assault by Iraqi troops to retake the key city of Mosul from ISIS rebels by this Summer. Rev. Sharpton talks to Michael Kay for d 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.