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Pres. Obama, the ‘mighty’ duck

Pres. Obama, the ‘mighty’ duck

01/20/15 06:57PM

Earlier Tuesday, the president was in the oval office putting the finishing touches on his speech – a speech he’s given five times before. He was relaxed and riding an 18-month high in approval ratings, making him a not-so-average “lame duck.” watch

Pres. Obama’s SOTU themes

Pres. Obama’s SOTU themes

01/20/15 06:15PM

President Obama is proposing an ambitious new tax plan. Rev. Sharpton talks to Jess McIntosh and Clarence Page for the details on his plan to tackle economic inequality. watch

Delving into the #Deflategate issue

Delving into the #Deflategate issue

01/19/15 06:44PM

Rev. Sharpton talks to MSNBC’s Krystal Ball, Josh Zepps and Tara Dowdell about the controversy surrounding Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Indianapolis Colts. watch

A national conversation about fairness

A national conversation about fairness

01/19/15 06:15PM

The backbone of Dr. King’s fight was always rooted in economic justice and fairness. A new study though, is showing shocking numbers about the top 1 percent. Rev. Sharpton brings in Jared Bernstein and Joe Madison to discuss. watch

Obama’s numbers soar before the SOTU

Obama’s numbers soar before the SOTU

01/19/15 06:00PM

On the eve of his State of the Union address, President Obama’s approval rating stands at 50 percent, according to a new poll - an 18-month high. Rev. Sharpton talks to Joan Walsh and Jonathan Capehart about what this means for the GOP 2016 strategy. watch

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