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Michael Brown: Two months later

Michael Brown: Two months later

10/09/14 06:00PM

The shooting of Michael Brown has sparked a national conversation about policing. Thursday, supporters of Brown honored him at a vigil. Democratic Committeewoman for Ferguson Patricia Bynes and Dr. Cedric Alexander join Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss. watch

Woman with brain cancer chooses to die

Woman with brain cancer chooses to die

10/08/14 06:43PM

Abby Huntsman, Chris Witherspoon, and Carmen St. George join Rev. Al Sharpton to talk about the terminally ill 29-year-old woman who’s using the “Death with Dignity Law” to pick a day to die. watch

It's midterm crunch time

It's midterm crunch time

10/08/14 06:31PM

In the last couple days, there have been four debates in four key states, just a month away from the midterms and the fireworks were on full display in one of them. Rev. Al Sharpton talks to Joan Walsh and Susan Milligan about the heated Georgia Senate... watch

Cops break car window in basic traffic stop

Cops break car window in basic traffic stop

10/07/14 06:33PM

A trip to visit a sick mother went horribly wrong and is making national headlines after police shattered a window and tasered a man during a traffic stop. Fmr. Orlando Police Chief Val Demings joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss whether the officers were j watch

Michelle Obama makes the case for Midterms

Michelle Obama makes the case for Midterms

10/07/14 06:17PM

We’re exactly four weeks away from midterm elections and democrats are bringing out some of their biggest names to help President Obama and his allies finish what they started. Jess Mcintosh and Ed Rendell join Rev. Sharpton to discuss. watch

Leon Panetta: Backstabbing or fair game?

Leon Panetta: Backstabbing or fair game?

10/07/14 06:00PM

Rev. Al Sharpton talks to radio host Joe Madison and Washington Post reporter Dana Milbank about the new book from former cabinet official Leon Panetta. Panetta criticizes the president, but is the critique fair, considering Obama’s still in office? watch

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