Attorney General Eric Holder and the DOJ revealed new information about the Department’s investigation into national security leaks and the reasoning behind obtaining the Associated Press phone records. watch
A mere two months after the Republican National Committee rolled out its $10 million minority outreach campaign, the committee's director in charge of Florida's Hispanic outreach says he's now "taking a stand against this culture of intolerance" and is abandoning the GOP to become Democrat. read more
As one Fox News host bashes his colleague for dragging Sasha and Malia Obama into the Benghazi attacks, Joe Madison and Lauren Ashburn join Rev. Sharpton to discuss why the right can’t seem to abide by the rule against discussing the children of... watch
On the day the jury reaches a guilty verdict in the horrific trial, Rev. Sharpton explains why what was going on at the house of horrors should not be used to block women from accessing safe and legal abortion services. watch
As the Castro brothers speak for the first time about their brother Ariel’s disgusting behavior, AP reporter Meghan Barr shares her stories from the other friends and family who knew Castro’s monstrous side, especially his abuse of the mother of his... watch
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