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The politics of terror in 2016 race

The politics of terror in 2016 race

03/27/16 08:01AM

As the 2016 election continues, fears over terror are dividing America along religious and political lines. Rep. Andre Carson, the first Muslim American to serve on the Intelligence Committee and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark join to discuss. watch

Restoring trust between police & communities

Restoring trust between police & communities

03/20/16 08:24AM

Kim Foxx, the Democratic candidate State's Attorney in Cook County, Illinois, just won a primary race against Anita Alvarez, who was under fire for her handling of the shooting death of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago police officer. Foxx joins Al Sharpton to discuss her platform of reform to restore trust between prosecutors, police and the... watch

Senate races hinge on Supreme Court fight

Senate races hinge on Supreme Court fight

03/20/16 08:16AM

The battle over President Obama's nomination for the Supreme Court could determine whether Democrats take back the Senate in the fall. Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, who is now a Senate candidate, joins Al Sharpton to discuss. watch

The politics of the water crisis in Flint

The politics of the water crisis in Flint

03/06/16 08:26AM

The crisis in Flint is making national headlines as construction crews finally begin to remove the city's lead pipes and a major effort to recall Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is underway. Rep. Brenda Lawrence, D-Mich., joins Al Sharpton to discuss. watch

Is Trump winning because of his simple...

Is Trump winning because of his simple message?

02/28/16 08:40AM

Marco Rubio is now hitting back at Donald Trump with a sustained personal line of attacks, but is it too late? And if Trump wins the nomination, will Republicans run negative ads against him? The Washington Post's Dana Milbank and GOP strategist Susan Del Percio join to discuss. watch

Oscars Diversity

Oscars Diversity

02/26/16 07:06PM

Critics and social media commentators raised concern over the lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar nominations. MSNBC’s Reverend Al Sharpton looks into the history of the diversity problem in Hollywood. watch

Stanley Nelson on new Black Panther Doc

Rev sits down with Filmmaker on new Black Panther Doc

02/16/16 05:45PM

Beyoncé’s half-time Super Bowl performance had the nation buzzing about what some said was her use of Black Panther imagery. Rev. Sharpton talked to filmmaker Stanley Nelson about his new documentary – The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution -- and about why the group is still relevant (and controversial) in 2016. watch

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