Politics Nation with Al Sharpton (MSNBC)

Michael Brown grand jury to meet

Posted 08/27/2014

Rev. Al Sharpton explains the upcoming events in the Michael Brown investigation.

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Mitt Romney quotes ‘Dumb and Dumber’

Posted 08/27/2014

Will Mitt Romney run in 2016? That remains uncertain. What is known, is that he apparently is a fan of the Jim Carrey movie.

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Family demands answers after Ohio Walmart shooting

Posted 08/27/2014

Another fatal police-involved shooting in Ohio is raising concerns over fairness after the local police department has decided not to release surveillance…

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UN reports ISIS atrocities

Posted 08/27/2014

The UN has taken a firm stance on the military acts of ISIS. Now, what will President Obama do? Steve Clemons talks to Rev. Al Sharpton.

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GOP agenda caught on tape

Posted 08/27/2014

Rev. Al Sharpton talks to Ryan Grim and Jonathan Capehart about the new audiotape surfacing from the GOP AFP summit.

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Will the US launch new airstrikes against ISIS?

Posted 08/26/2014

Rev. Al Sharpton is joined by Brian Katulis about President Pres. Obama’s authorization of surveillance flights over Syria. They also discuss how the US can…

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Must watch: The GOP’s new video game

Posted 08/26/2014

Richard Wolffe and Karen Finney join the Rev. Al Sharpton to talk about the GOP’s latest video game.

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New poll’s shocking findings on race and police

Posted 08/26/2014

A new poll on the public view of police says most Americans don’t believe police treat races equally. Rev. Al Sharpton has Dr. Cedric Alexander and Rep. Gwen…

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Audio allegedly captures Michael Brown shooting

Posted 08/26/2014

Audio recorded on a cell phone application captures what may be the gunshots that killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. NBC News obtained the…

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Poll: Most Americans don’t think cops treat racial groups equally

Posted 08/26/2014

The majority of African-Americans think police departments across the country act unfairly toward different racial and ethnic groups, a new poll found.

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