A panel of aviation experts join to discuss what role the pilots might have played in the disappearance of flight 370 and what the possible debris in the south Indian Ocean could tell us about the plane’s whereabouts. watch
As dawn breaks on the Indian Ocean, authorities resume their search for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight that disappeared nearly two weeks ago. A panel of aviation experts explain what they think could have happened to the plane. watch
Sen. Rand Paul has been criticizing Pres. Obama for the NSA spying, especially in light of his distinction as the nation’s first African-American president. Rev. Sharpton explains why race shouldn't have anything to do with it. watch
Rep. Paul Ryan took heat from a constituent Wednesday over his recent comments about poverty in “inner cities” and the “culture” of those communities. Rep. Gwen Moore joins Rev. Sharpton to share her message for her colleague. watch
Republicans can’t stop bashing the Affordable Care Act, so what do they do when confronted with voters who like the law and say it’s saving them money? Rep. Chaka Fattah and Krystal Ball join Rev. Sharpton to discuss. watch
Rep. John Lewis is a well-known civil rights legend, but it turns out he's a good dancer too. The congressman showed off his dances moves in a video posted to YouTube Wednesday, cutting a rug to the song "Happy," the Pharrell hit featured in the movie Despicable Me 2. "This is my song!" the 74-year-old declared while showing off his two-step.
NBC’s Aviation Correspondent Tom Costello gives the latest details on the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, including why the need to locate the aircraft is becoming increasingly urgent. watch