As new charges have been announced in the case of Freddie Gray, his mother is speaking out about the community response. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Elijah Cummings and MSNBC’s Joy Reid for more. watch
State Attorney Marilyn Mosby now has the task of deciding if officers will be charged in the Freddie Gray case. She hasn’t released a timetable. Rev. Sharpton talks to analyst Paul Butler about the challenges she faces with this case. watch
Rev. Sharpton talks to Councilman Nick Mosby about an interview of another man present in the police van during Freddie Gray’s transport. Then expert Dr. Lawrence Kobilinksy talks about the forensic science of the police account of the incident. watch
As details trickle in about the arrest and transport of Freddie Gray, questions about the police timeline are being raised. Rev. Sharpton talks to an attorney for the Gray family for more. MSNBC’s Joy Reid and Trymaine Lee report from the ground as well. watch
Rev. Sharpton goes one-on-one with Councilman Nick Mosby about the latest in the investigation into the death of Freddie Gray and the state of community affairs in Baltimore after the imposed curfew. watch
Rev. Sharpton goes one-on-one with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for an update on what’s happening on the ground in Baltimore. She talks about her meetings with civil rights activists earlier Tuesday and how the community is adjusting. watch
Rev. Sharpton talks with MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow and Krystal Ball for a quick history lesson on Pres. Obama at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner. Then, Ronan Farrow gives his take after interviewing this year’s host, Cecily Strong. watch
PoliticsNation is a Sunday morning news program hosted by Rev. Al Sharpton that features politicos to a-list entertainers, but also focuses on under-reported stories that need a national platform like education, voting, and criminal justice.