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The fight for criminal justice reform

The fight for criminal justice reform

01/27/15 07:29PM

Tuesday night, a judge ordered Marissa Alexander to be released from prison on house arrest. The mother of three served 3 years behind bars for firing a warning shot in the direction of her estranged husband. watch

A new story in the NFL’s ‘Deflategate’?

A new story in the NFL’s ‘Deflategate’?

01/27/15 06:51PM

Could a bathroom break be the key in the NFL’s “Deflategate” investigation? A new report says the league is looking at video showing a Patriots locker room attendant taking the footballs from the official’s locker room into another room. watch

Should Bowe Bergdahl be charged?

Should Bowe Bergdahl be charged?

01/27/15 06:42PM

Rev. Sharpton talks to Liz Plank, Jimmy Williams and Midwin Charles about the news that Bowe Bergdahl, the army sergeant held by the Taliban for five years, may face desertion charges. watch

Koch brothers may spend $889M in 2016

Koch brothers may spend $889M in 2016

01/27/15 06:30PM

Tuesday, we learned the political network overseen by the conservative billionaire Koch brothers will have a budget of $889 million. Rev. Sharpton talks to Jason Johnson and Margie Omero about the need for campaign finance reform. watch

WH scandal: Droning while drunk?

WH scandal: Droning while drunk?

01/27/15 06:25PM

The man behind a drone that crashed on the White House lawn says he was under the influence when the incident happened. Other reports say he works for a US intelligence agency. Rev. Sharpton has the latest on the investigation. watch

Now the GOP cares about inequality?

Now the GOP cares about inequality?

01/27/15 06:00PM

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

Juno 2015: ‘Don’t take this storm lightly’

Juno 2015: ‘Don’t take this storm lightly’

01/26/15 06:00PM

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

Sharpton: 'America is in transition'

01/23/15 07:09PM

“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

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