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Baltimore uprising: Day 2

Baltimore uprising: Day 2

04/29/15 06:07PM

Police and crowds have been gathering in the streets all day. Rev. Sharpton gets an update from MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts, Councilman Brandon Scott, and msnbc's Trymaine Lee and Toure. watch

“Dick Cheney said I was the worst president of his lifetime, which is interesting because I think Dick Cheney is the worst president of my lifetime.” – President Barack Obama
Calling for answers on Freddie Gray

Calling for answers on Freddie Gray

04/24/15 06:18PM

The Baltimore city police commissioner spoke Friday admitting that the department’s own policies were not followed during the arrest and detainment of Freddie Gray. Rev. Sharpton talks to Leonard Hamm and Midwin Charles for more. watch

The legacy of Eric Holder

The legacy of Eric Holder

04/24/15 06:00PM

Today was the last day in office for one of the most consequential attorneys general in American history. Holder is the fourth-longest serving attorney general ever. Rev. Sharpton talks to Sherrilyn Ifill and Ari Melber about his legacy. watch

The ‘Unlikely First Lady’

The ‘Unlikely First Lady’

04/23/15 06:53PM

First Lady Michelle Obama is no stranger to the spotlight, but it wasn’t always like that. Rev. Sharpton talks to a the author of a new biography on her that calls her the most “unlikely First Lady in modern American history.” watch

Was Freddie Gray given a ‘Nickel Ride?’

Was Freddie Gray given a ‘Nickel Ride?’

04/23/15 06:12PM

An eye-witness of the Freddie Gray arrest speaks out and new questions are being asked in the case. As Gray’s family prepares for his funeral on Monday, Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Elijah Cummings about what these new details mean for the investigation. watch

Finally: Loretta Lynch confirmed

Finally: Loretta Lynch confirmed

04/23/15 05:59PM

It took 166 days, but the Senate has finally confirmed President Obama’s nominee for attorney general. Rev. Sharpton talks to Rep. Karen Bass and Dana Milbank about the Senate’s refusal to schedule a vote and who’s vote surprised them most. watch

“This is about the American dream. This woman is the embodiment of the American dream.” MISSOURI SEN. CLAIRE MCCASKILL

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