Stephen Colbert has been named to replace David Letterman as host of the Late Show, and when members of the conservative media caught wind of the news, they were almost immediately up in arms.
Lucia McBath, Jordan Davis’ mother, and Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mother, join Rev. Sharpton to talk about Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, the possible expansion to that law, and how they are working to turn the loss of their sons into inspiration
Rev. Al Sharpton reports on breaking news that Kathleen Sebelius, U.S. health secretary who steered the troubled rollout of the Affordable Care Act, will resign.
More than 7.5 million Americans have signed up for the Affordable Care Act, according to Obama administration officials, but the relentless attacks continue from some on the right.
Sen. Bernie Sanders joins Rev. Sharpton to call out House Republicans who voted unanimously in favor of Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget today, which he argues is the latest step in a continuing war on the middle class.
Attorney General Eric Holder is calling out his critics for their ‘unprecedented, unwarranted, ugly and divisive’ attacks. The reaction of some on the right – so far -seems to be proving his point.
The mother who drove her minivan into the ocean with her children inside has been formally charged, but should she be in prison or a mental health institution? Rev. Al Sharpton explores.
Seventy-five years after Marian Anderson sang on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Rev. Al Sharpton reflects on the importance of her pioneering civil rights work as an artist.
Businessman Glenn Hutchins, one of the key figures working with President Obama’s new initiative targeted to help young men of color succeed, explains why he believes the program will make a big impact.
Could a failure to expand Medicaid in some states be costing lives? Some anecdotal evidence says yes, and Rev. Al Sharpton is joined by one economist who believes the failure to expand Medicaid is “almost awesome in its evilness.”