Congressman Darrell Issa, GOP chair of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, is taking the attack on President Obama over the cancellation of White House tours to a new level.... read more
Arkansas could become the newest state to force voters to provide photo identification before casting ballots.
The state Senate passed a voter identification bill Tuesday along party lines, after having already passed the House bill with all Republicans supporting the measure and all but one Democrat opposing it. read more
Nearly two months after being sworn into his second term in office, President Obama is beginning to make headway on some of his major second term agenda proposals.
He's already signed the Violence Against Women Act into law and overseen a drop in the unemployment rate. His next big achievement may very well be immigration. read more
The GOP is going to have to retire the argument that President Obama doesn’t care about one of our strongest allies, Israel. Joy Reid and Jim Warren join Reverend Al Sharpton to talk about the president’s visit and what this means for the America... watch
Reverend Al Sharpton assures that we’re not giving up on gun control legislation, despite the Senate dropping the assault weapons ban from its law; then talks to Eric Schneiderman, New York State Attorney General, about states leading the way on gun... watch
Ten years after the Iraq War and Reverend Al Sharpton says that too many on the right still aren’t getting it. He discusses the unimaginable costs of the war with former Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy and MSNBC.com Executive Editor Richard Wolffe. watch
Nia-Malika Henderson and Margie Omero talk about the soon-to-be-signed Colorado gun control laws, the dropping of the assault weapons ban, and the changes that are really happening on gun control reforms. watch
It seems the kind of hate usually reserved to Democrats is being thrown at fellow members of the Republican Party after some were angered at the results of the post-CPAC “autopsy.” Reverend Al Sharpton discusses Rush Limbaugh’s comments that the GOP is... watch
Hours after the Republican autopsy, Fox News made it clear that the GOP would be business as usual. The PoliticsNation panel discusses how the Republicans can make progress if no one is denouncing the same voices that got them in trouble in 2012. watch
Since his 2011 MSNBC premiere, Reverend Al Sharpton has led a lively and informed discussion each night. With over 40 years of experience as a community leader, politician, minister and advocate, Sharpton shares his take on the top headlines of the day in his signature style. He also connects with viewers in his nightly ‘Reply Al’ segment where he answers viewer questions and concerns.