Politics Nation with Al Sharpton (MSNBC)

Can Democrats rally black voters in 2014?

Posted 09/2/2014

Angela Rye and Richard Wolffe weigh in on how Democrats can get people out to vote in this year’s midterm races.

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How do you protect your privacy online?

Posted 09/2/2014

Talk of the Nation: What can you do to protect yourself from your personal information being hacked? Abby Huntsman and Zerlina Maxwell join Rev. Sharpton to…

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Making a difference in Ferguson

Posted 09/2/2014

Weeks of protests in Ferguson have resulted in change – for the first time, police are wearing cameras.

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Mother mistakenly handcuffed by police speaks out

Posted 08/29/2014

Kametra Barbour is joined by her mother and lawyer to recount the moment she was pulled over and handcuffed by police in front of her children in a case of…

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Politics Nation celebrates three years!

Posted 08/29/2014

To celebrate the third anniversary of Politics Nation, we take a look at some of the Rev’s most memorable moments.

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Mitch McConnell and GOP ‘shutdown bait’

Posted 08/29/2014

Ryan Grim and Joe Madison join Rev. Al Sharpton to talk about the right-wing blasting “shutdown bait.”

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Pennsylvania’s GOP governor expands Medicaid

Posted 08/29/2014

EJ Dionne joins Rev. Sharpton to talk about the Affordable Care Act and how it’s no longer a campaign issue.

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The Civil Rights lawsuit in Ferguson

Posted 08/29/2014

Rev. Al Sharpton is joined by Reginald Greene and Missouri State Rep. Courtney Curtis to talk about the civil rights lawsuit, the officers no longer with the…

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President’s tan suit is now a ‘Republican target’

Posted 08/29/2014

Rev. Sharpton examines how Rep. Peter King and some others on the right are using Obama’s tan suit as a talking point.

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Rev. Al Sharpton gives style advice to Barack Obama

Posted 08/28/2014

Rev. Al Sharpton shares big reactions to Pres. Barack Obama’s tan suit and offers the president some style tips.

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