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The real impact of the sequester

The real impact of the sequester

04/02/13 06:15PM

Amanda Terkel and Nia Malika Henderson join Rev. Sharpton to talk about reporting on how the sequester is having a real and significant impact in many communities across the country, and why Washington seems to ignore that reality. watch

With police officers who solved the case behind him, Chicago Police Superintendant Garry McCarthy announces arrests have been made in the murder of 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton during a press conference at Area Central on February 11, 2013 in Chicago,...

Is Chicago cops’ new strategy driving the murder rate down?

04/02/13 01:47PM

Dubbed the deadliest city in America, Chicago showed signs of improvement through the first quarter of 2013, a move Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy say is a direct result of a coordinated strategy among the city and police. According to police, Chicago’s murder rate dropped 69 percent in March, with 36 fewer murders ... read more

April Fools on the Tea Party

April Fools on the Tea Party

04/01/13 06:17PM

The hypocritical headline about the Tea Party that should have been an April Fools joke, but wasn’t. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto and Joe Madison join Rev. Sharpton to discuss. watch

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