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How video shapes civil rights cases

How video shapes civil rights cases

05/15/16 08:24AM

A federal grand jury indicted the officer involved in the shooting of Walter Scott. Will this case set a precedent for other civil rights cases caught on video? Paul Butler, Professor at the Georgetown Law Center, joins Al Sharpton. watch

Trump casts shadow on GOP races

Trump casts shadow on GOP races

05/15/16 08:15AM

With Donald Trump at the top of the ticket, some down ballot races might be in jeopardy. Democratic Senate candidate Jason Kander, who is challenging incumbent Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, joins Al Sharpton to discuss. watch

Flint water crisis: Two years in the making

Flint water crisis: Two years in the making

04/24/16 08:00AM

It's been two years since Flint stopped getting water from the Detroit system. Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., joins Rev. Al Sharpton. Then, Attorney Valdemar Washington discusses the plans to re-file the class-action lawsuit on behalf of thousands of residents. watch

Sanders campaign: Dems will have open...

Sanders campaign: Dems will have open convention

04/10/16 08:01AM

Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, who both have connections to New York, are fighting for votes in the state's primary. New York Mayor Bill De Blasio, who backs Clinton, discusses. Then, Sanders' Campaign Manager Jeff Weaver joins Al Sharpton. watch

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