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Voting Rights Act – Julian Bond

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  Civil rights pioneer Julian Bond believes the 1965 Voting Rights Act -- and the 13th Amendment -- should remain in place. (04:05)

On Topic – Indecision – Midterms and Special Elections

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  Low voter turnout, voting irregularities and insignificant congressional change are just a few of the attractive features of midterm elections. (04:14)

On Topic – Indecision 2012

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  Newt Gingrich promises a lunar base, Herman Cain tries to remember what Libya is, and Rick Perry births the greatest gaffe of all time. (03:20)

On Topic – Politicians Speak – Debates

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  Debates are great places for two candidates to finally have a substantive discussion about how much they hate each other. (03:40)

Democrats take food stamp challenge to highlight GOP’s proposed cuts

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House Democrats are standing in the face of derogatory images conjured of food stamp recipients as “welfare queens,” “takers,” or even as the “47%,” by joining the challenge of living on just $4.50 a day for food in hopes to expose the GOP’s proposed callous cuts to programs that millions of Americans rely on.

Cheney’s ‘credibility’ problem

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Former Vice President Dick Cheney called into question President Barack Obama’s credibility this weekend when asked about the president and the NSA surveillance program.

Will releasing the IRS transcripts kill the conspiracy theories?

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Congressman Elijah Cummings, ranking member on the House Oversight Committee, bucked Committee Chairman Darrell Issa Tuesday and released the full transcript of an interview with an IRS employee. His goal was to stop “conspiracy theories” that claim the White House directed the IRS targeting of Tea Party groups.

Chuck Schumer

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New York Senator Chuck Schumer addresses immigration reform, gang violence on the Senate floor, border security and the keys to bipartisan support. (07:41)

The us Comes Out of the Closet – Republican Reactions

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Republican lawmakers react to the Supreme Court docket's homosexual marriage ruling, and Rand Paul warns of human-animal unions. (03:forty seven)

Minority women can flex their political muscle, but will they?

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Restrictions on abortion and voting rights are the two most high-profile instances of Republican-supported policies that end up having devastating effects on women, and it's impossible to ignore the fact that the governors signing these laws are white men.

Zombies! Dead people are not voting in South Carolina

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Watch the video and read the full news article on Politics Nation with Al Sharpton

Debating ‘The Snowden Effect’

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On Monday’s NOW with Alex Wagner, Alex and the panel discussed “The Snowden Effect” — a term coined by NYU Journalism professor Jay Rosen.

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