Rev. Al Sharpton discusses the hypocrisy of some Republicans who criticize big government, but then try to use it for their own advantage. The latest hypocrite: Connecticut Senate candidate Linda McMahon, who's jobs plan calls for an elimination of tax... watch
The Romney campaign is pioneering a new tactic of training Republican workers to mislead voters in order to discourage them from voting, alleges Think Progress. The liberal website reports it has obtained documents from a Romney poll watcher training session which encourage volunteers to mislead Wisconsin voters. read more
Former FEMA director Michael Brown, famously fired for mishandling Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, is criticizing President Obama for responding to Hurricane Sandy too quickly.
Yesterday, Brown told the Denver Westword, "One thing 's gonna be asked is, why did he jump on this so quickly and go back to D.C. so quickly..." read more
Hurricane Sandy continues to pick up speed, with winds around 90 miles per hour. Forecasters are also predicting record floods over the next two days. Rev. Al Sharpton gets the latest from NBC’s Rehema Ellis, Anne Thompson, Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo... watch
Natural disaster like Hurricane Sandy draw attention to the role government plays in relief efforts. Mitt Romney has said it would be better to shut down FEMA and let the states handle the responsibility. Msnbc.com Vice President Richard Wolffe and... watch
When Republicans tried to shorten early voting in states across the country, voters fought back and are turning out in large numbers. Rev. Al Sharpton reports on the continued effort to get out the vote. watch
We’re coming down to the wire and the election looks to be nail-bitingly close. So it’s no surprise that those who want to reduce turnout are opening up their bag of tricks in order to fool as many voters as possible. read more
Mitt Romney may not be polling too well with those women voters in Ohio he's desperate to win over, and he's far behind President Obama in the polls of Latino and African-American voters, but there's one demographic he's never failed to win: the CEOs.... 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.