- As the Supreme Court appears poised to deliver a victory for marriage equality supporters, the president eyes immigration reform as his next major policy achievement, and expects to be signing legislation by the end of summer. watch
Our founding fathers created a nation built on the power of its citizens and drafted the U.S. Constitution to guard against tyranny by any singular or majority power.
As Americans, it is up to each and every one of us to fight injustice and inequality when we are faced with it. Today, we are faced with such injustice in the form of discriminati... read more
The line of attack has not changed over time. In the 1960s, as people battled for marriage equality, it was decried by critics as "abominable," "distasteful," and even "revolting." Those traditionalists weren't referring to same-sex marriage, but interracial marriage.... read more
Caption: When it comes to cultural issues, polls show the country is moving decidedly leftward. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., joins Rev. Sharpton to discuss how the Obama vision aligns with the nation’s future. watch
North Dakota's Republican Governor Jack Dalrymple signed multiple abortion restriction bills into law Tuesday, including a so-called fetal heartbeat bill that can ban abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy.... read more
Only a day after Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe's veto of a strict voter ID law, Virginia's Republican Governor Bob McDonnell signed into law Tuesday the second major change to voting requirements in just over a year.... read more
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.