Rev. Sharpton discusses the hot new t-shirt being sold by the RNC to celebrate former President George W. Bush’s 68th birthday – and shares a few alternate t-shirt ideas that the Washington Post cooked up.
Warrants requesting medical records have been issued for Georgia dad Justin Harris, who is accused of leaving his son in a hot car to die. Defense attorney Ken Padowitz and msnbc legal analyst Faith Jenkins discuss the latest.
Rev. Al Sharpton discusses the violent 4th of July weekend in the city of Chicago, and why all Americans have a responsibility to help rid the country of the scourge of gun violence.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., joins to discuss a new study indicating that the 13 states who raised minimum wage saw better job growth than the states who didn’t.
Rev. Sharpton speaks with motorist “David Diaz” and columnist Earl Ofari Hutchinson about the disturbing video Diaz recorded last week depicting the beating of a woman by a California highway patrolman.
Wondering what to say when your Republican family and friends bring out their latest right-wing talking points? Rev. Al Sharpton shares his tips.
Rev. Al Sharpton remembers Walter Dean Myers, a literary lion who never forgot where he came from.
Bob Beauprez, a Republican candidate for governor in Colorado, made comments about “47%” of the country in a 2010 speech.
Rev. Al Sharpton talks with legal analyst Lisa Bloom and former prosecutor Wendy Murphy about the case of a 22-month-old boy who died after being left in a hot car.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney repeated some familiar phrases while he was campaigning for Scott Brown in New Hampshire.