From the IRS to Benghazi to attacks on Attorney General Eric Holder, some on the right are happy to jump from one phony scandal to another. Joe Madison and Bill Press discuss.
In Florida, new evidence was released in the “popcorn defense” case. Plus, new developments in another big Florida case involving a mother who’s been accused of trying to kill her kids.
On April 11, 1947, Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s colors barrier and changed a nation. Rev. Al Sharpton pays tribute to the legend’s legacy.
Republican Scott Brown kicked off his U.S. Senate run in New Hampshire this week. And he’s running with the same message from his first race in Massachusetts.
Kathleen Sebelius will resign as Health and Human Services Secretary after a rocky rollout for Obamacare. With the law now working, Republicans show no sign of easing up on their anti-Obamacare attacks.
President Obama spoke passionately about efforts to suppress votes at the National Action Network in New York on Friday. E.J. Dionne and Rep. Gwen Moore join Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss.