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    Johnson: "We have to train and promote 200 more detectives so that we are actually solving crime"

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  • Sharpton Grills Trump's Criminal Defense Lawyer

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  • Cohen: 'The last person in Donald's ear controls his brain'

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  • Manhattan D.A. on the Latest Trump Criminal Investigation

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  • Rev. Jesse Jackson Reflects on the Beginning of the Annual Bloody Sunday March

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  • Rep. Terri Sewell's Take on the 58th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday 

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  • Son of Martin Luther King Jr. Reflects On His Father's Legacy

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  • Senior White House Advisor Reflects on the 58th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday

    09:52
  • Biden marches in Selma marking 58 years since Bloody Sunday

    02:51
  • 'Violence will not bring our son back': Tyre Nichols' stepfather speaks out

    05:07
  • Supporters of former Brazilian president storm country’s Congress

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  • Mayor Byron Brown on the racial disparities of the recent Buffalo's Deadliest Snow Blizzard

    05:22
  • Mayor Eric Adams' Take on Public Safety and Crime in New York City

    08:48
  • Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee's Thoughts on the House Speakership Showdown and the Future of Congress

    10:44
  • Newly Elected Los Angeles Mayor on her mission to tackle homelessness

    08:38
  • U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary's Priorities in the Next Two Years

    07:58
  • Rep. Horsford: "Without question the voters of Georgia have a clear contrast in the choice that’s leading up to Tuesday’s runoff"

    07:24
  • Sharpton: "This is what true community looks like to those of us raised in the mindset and tradition that service is power"

    02:17
  • DNC Chair: "There’s a lot of energy on the ground right now."

    06:34
  • Stacey Abrams: “Voter suppression is alive and well in Georgia.”

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Does the Democratic ticket need to be diverse in order to win in 2020?

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The Rev. Al Sharpton questioned 2020 presidential contenders about inequality in America on "Not Just Black and White: Race and the 2020 Election.”