The Supreme Court stripped away key limits on political donations Wednesday, letting people give money to an unlimited number of candidates and political groups. Joy Reid joins Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss the possible impact. watch
Pres. Obama left Washington Wednesday to talk about his plan to promote an agenda that will provide economic opportunity for all, slamming the GOP policies that he says will help only a few Americans who are already doing well. watch
Marissa Alexander will learn next month whether or not she will be allowed to seek immunity under Florida's stand your ground law. Judge James Daniel announced a hearing will be held May 16 to determine if the Jacksonville mother will be able to have a stand your ground hearing that could potentially grant her immunity under the controversial Florida law, rather than going to trial again.
A mentally disturbed homeless man in Albuquerque was shot by police, sparking outrage in the community and an investigation into whether the police may have issues with the improper use of force. watch
Former Vice Pres. Dick Cheney is defending his administration’s enhanced interrogation techniques, but a new report reveals the CIA took credit for critical information detainees had given up before they were subjected to those harsh methods. watch
He’s become the Republican party’s primary voice on issues of poverty, but Rep. Paul Ryan’s newly unveiled budget is full of deep cuts to many key safety net programs destined to hurt the nation’s neediest Americans. watch
From Social Security to Medicare, conservatives used many of the same attack lines they used to fight today’s most popular government programs to attack the Affordable Care Act. But 80 years later, Americans know how this story goes. Ronan Farrow, host of watch
The day after the deadline to sign up for health care plans, Pres. Obama announces that more than 7 million Americans have enrolled for health insurance using the exchanges set up by the Affordable Care Act. watch