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Witnessing history

Witnessing history

01/25/13 07:00PM

This week, the country made history by swearing in the first African American president for a second term. Rev. Al Sharpton shares the most memorable moments of Monday’s festivities. watch

Romney’s lukewarm return to Washington

Romney’s lukewarm return to Washington

01/25/13 07:00PM

Former Governor Mitt Romney returned to Washington for a luncheon in his honor, and promised to continue helping the party. But do Republicans still want his help? Democratic strategist Bob Shrum and Maria Teresa Kumar debate what the GOP is saying... watch

RNC vows to ‘stop being the stupid party’

RNC vows to ‘stop being the stupid party’

01/25/13 07:00PM

The Republican National committee has gathered for their winter meeting, and called for a Republican renewal, while re-elected the leader that helped get them into this mess in the first place. Does the GOP stand a chance of proving they can change?... watch

Myrna Peralta, left, and other voters react after the elections office in Miami-Dade County reopened its doors to voters who waited in long lines for an absentee ballot in Doral, Fla., Sunday, Nov. 4. The doors were closed after election officials were...

GOP's electoral vote scheme likely illegal in Virginia

01/25/13 12:43PM

A scheme under consideration in Virginia to rig the Electoral College in Republicans' favor could well violate a key provision of the Voting Rights Act, experts on the law say. But that very provision is itself under challenge by the GOP, and could be struck down by the Supreme Court later this year. read more

Beyonce performs the national anthem during the 57th Presidential Inauguration ceremonial swearing-in at the U.S. Capitol on January 21, 2013 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

Rev. Sharpton defends Beyoncé's performance at the Inauguration

01/24/13 08:40PM

Rev. Sharpton weighed in on the controversy over Beyoncé's lip-sync inaugural performance on Thursday's PoliticsNation, saying that she deserves credit for wanting to put forth the best performance possible for such an important event, while simultaneously driving home the point that the scandal is ultimately not as important as the... read more

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