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17 Million now have healthcare

17 Million now have healthcare

05/07/15 06:57PM

A new study finds around 17-million people have gained health insurance since the core of the Affordable Care Act took effect in 2013. And another study shows people’s satisfaction with “Obamacare” is at an all-time high. watch

Futile Right-Wing attacks on Clinton

Futile Right-Wing attacks on Clinton

05/07/15 06:30PM

Right-wingers have been jumping on any controversy linked to Hillary Clinton. But new polls show it’s not helping. Sixty percent of likely caucus-goers in Iowa say they’ll support Clinton. Rev. Sharpton talks to Joan Walsh and Dorian Warren. watch

Why the words we use matter

Why the words we use matter

05/06/15 06:58PM

Sen. Lindsey Graham recently said, “Everything that starts with ‘Al’ in the Mideast is bad news.” “Al” in Arabic is similar to the word “the.” Rev. Sharpton reminds us that we need to respect each other’s differences. watch

Will the NFL take action over #Deflategate?

Will the NFL take action over #Deflategate?

05/06/15 06:17PM

Will Tom Brady and the Patriots face punishment for #Deflategate?With the new findings from the NFL’s Deflategate Report, will Tom Brady and the Patriots face disciplinary action? Rev. Sharpton talks to Jordan Schultz and John Sullivan for analysis. watch

Baltimore mayor asks for DOJ investigation

Baltimore mayor asks for DOJ investigation

05/06/15 06:00PM

Baltimore’s mayor is calling for the Justice Department to launch a civil rights investigation into the city’s police department. Rev. Sharpton talks to State Sen. Catherine Pugh, who leads a policing study group, and Paul Henderson for more. watch

Pres. Obama, post-White House

Pres. Obama, post-White House

05/05/15 06:44PM

Rev. Sharpton talks to MSNBC’s Richard Wolffe about My Brother’s Keeper and other initiatives President Obama could focus on after his presidency. Also, President Obama reveals the city where he’ll build his presidential library. watch

AG Loretta Lynch stops in Baltimore

AG Loretta Lynch stops in Baltimore

05/05/15 06:00PM

Attorney General Loretta Lynch visited Baltimore to meet Freddie Gray’s family, leaders across the city and students at a university. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Emanuel Cleaver about her meetings and their impact on a push for police body cameras. watch

The public debate over private tragedies

The public debate over private tragedies

05/04/15 06:57PM

As the family of Freddie Gray is speaking out about the his loss, and the family of Tamir Rice comments on the status of his case in Cleveland, Rev. Sharpton reminds us that these very public cases are still private family tragedies. watch

What’s next in Baltimore?

What’s next in Baltimore?

05/04/15 06:00PM

Rev. Sharpton addresses a false report of a police-involved shooting in Baltimore. Rev. Sharpton gets an update from MSNBC’s Joy Reid and then talks to Rep. Eleanor Holmes-Norton for more on Pres. Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative. watch

Baltimore: The Charm City

Baltimore: The Charm City

05/01/15 07:43PM

All week we’ve seen images of protest and unrest, but were also a host of instances of the community coming together during these struggles. Rev. Sharpton highlights that progress. watch

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