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U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice leaves following a General Assembly vote granting Palestinians non-member observer status on November 29, 2012 in New York City. The resolution was approved by the 193-member body by a vote of 138-9, with 41 abstentions. The...

Susan Rice: The comeback kid?

03/11/13 01:16PM

Susan Rice may be poised to make a major comeback, as reports name the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. a top contender for the National Security Advisor position that Tom Donilon is expected to vacate later this year. read more

What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

03/10/13 08:00PM

Jeb Bush may be ready for a run, but voters may not be ready for another Bush in office. Wayne Slater and Victoria DeFrancesco Soto join Rev. Al Sharpton to talk about the Bush legacy baggage that would follow Jeb if he decided to run for president. watch

Scott Brown’s new gig

Scott Brown’s new gig

03/10/13 08:00PM

Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown has taken a job working at the law firm Nixon Peabody, whose clients include big names like Goldman Sachs. Which means Brown could be facing Elizabeth Warren yet again. Rev. Al Sharpton wishes Brown luck and... watch

Elizabeth Warren means business

Elizabeth Warren means business

03/08/13 07:00PM

The Elizabeth Warren crusade against big banks continues as she calls out a big bank for its dirty laundry. Rev. Al Sharpton basks in the glory of Warren holding Wall Street accountable. watch

In this Monday, Feb. 25, 2013, photo, Sayed Mouawad, left, of Providence, R.I., shakes hands with Jillian Wallace of Matix, Inc., during a job fair in Boston. The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid fell to a seasonally adjusted 340,000 in...

Minority job growth and signs the economy's improving beyond Wall Street

03/08/13 02:20PM

Despite turmoil in Washington, the U.S. economy saw significant growth in February, with the unemployment rate dropping to the lowest level we've seen since President Obama took office. A closer look at the report reveals this positive trend is also taking hold in parts of the country that were hit hard by the sluggish economy, including... read more

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