Rev. Al Sharpton remembers Eric Garner, the father who died after he was put into a chokehold by an NYPD officer.
Rev. Al Sharpton, Humane Society President and CEO Wayne Pacelle, and undercover investigator Cody Carlson discuss Ag-Gag laws and video footage touching on food safety in America.
Trial begins for Theodore Wafer, who is charged with second degree murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Renisha McBride. Rev. Al Sharpton discusses the case with Lisa Bloom and Seema Iyer.
Washington Post reporter Nia-Malika Henderson and MSNBC’s Karen Finney talk about the DCCC fundraising money off of Sarah Palin’s calls for impeachment.
Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Md., and Washington Post Columnist Jonathan Capehart talk with Rev. Al Sharpton about Republicans trying to deny Pres. Obama any kind of “win” on the Affordable Care Act.
One day before Eric Garner’s funeral, a story from the New York Daily News claims that an internal NYPD report on his death made no reference to the chokehold, which was caught on camera. Rev. Al Sharpton weighs in.
On Tuesday, Pres. Obama signed the “Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act,” which reforms the federal workforce training system. Rev. Al Sharpton weighs in on how this could help advance the dream.
On Wednesday morning, opening statements will begin in the murder case against Theodore Wafer, a Detroit man accused of shooting an unarmed teenager named Renisha McBride on his porch. Attorneys Carmen St. George and Michelle Suskauer will discuss.
A new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center suggests that anti-government extremist groups were “emboldened” by Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy. Mark Potok discusses.
Rev. Al Sharpton talks to Goldie Taylor and Michelle Cottle about the heated Georgia Republican Senate runoff, where some candidates are campaigning with talk of impeachment.