As more than 36,000 runners joined the annual Boston Marathon just one year after the horrific bombing that scarred the city, Rev. Sharpton takes a moment to cheer on one of his own team who participated in the big day.
The White House Easter Egg Roll brought smiles, fun, and even a little silliness back to the White House Monday.
Why is a sitting Supreme Court justice telling a group of students they should consider “revolt” over tax rates? Rev. Sharpton explores the conservative movements obsession with anti-government habits.
The Easter weekend saw dozens of injuries and 9 lives taken in shootings in Chicago. Rev. Sharpton takes a moment to reflect on the lives lost and the work he’s done and will continue to do to help curb this violence.
Republicans in states across the country are refusing to accept the free federal money that could expand health care access to some of their neediest residents by expanding Medicaid, and that battle is heating up in Louisiana.
Democrats are coalescing around a clear message for 2014—and a clear target audience. David Corn and Howard Fineman discuss.
After five years of relentless attacks from Republicans, Pres. Obama stood proudly in front of the country this week to announce that 8 million Americans had enrolled for coverage thanks to the law, but as Rev. Sharpton explains there’s still more work to
Late night comedians get ready: Toronto’s most infamous mayor is running for reelection.
The single mother in Arizona who lost her children after leaving them in the car to attend a job interview has drawn a lot of support. Does she deserve the child abuse charges she faces? Our legal experts discuss.
Mike Anderson was a convicted robber, but he never served his prison sentence because of a clerical error. In the intervening years, he turned his life around, became a family man and a business owner. Thirteen later he’s finally been taken to jail, but h