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John Lennon, Jerry Seinfeld and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev…

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Outrage, condemnation, and rejection are greeting the new issue of Rolling Stone, due to be released Friday, because the shaggy-haired, baby-faced image gracing the cover is that of accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsa...

Sharpton: Zimmerman’s not guilty verdict ‘a slap in the face.’

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

Prisoners languish in solitary confinement

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Virtually no human contact? For years on end? It's a reality for thousands of inmates in U.S. prisons.

Edward Snowden, come on home

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Edward Snowden, there is a country that would be more than willing to accept you: the United States of America.

Meet Ron Chane, ‘pothole patchman’ and Foot Soldier

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A Mississippi businessman and artist who took it upon himself to "citizen fix" potholes in his city is the "MHP" Foot Soldier of the week.

Why we should legalize prostitution

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Eliot Spitzer 'violated the law and that wasn't right….. but we should have an adult conversation about the laws he violated,' says Michael Smerconish.

Cleveland kidnapping victims break their silence

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

Spitzer: ‘Five years later, I think I can ask for forgiveness’

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Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who resigned from office in disgrace five years ago, hopes voters will give him a second chance as New York City's comptroller.

‘Phantom Planter’ should have gotten permission

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Henry Docter, a 52-year-old green thumbed good Samaritan is catching heat for planting 1,000 morning glories, cardinal flowers and cypress vines at a Metro Station in the nation's capitol.

Make government smarter: Obama announces new management agenda

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This video is unavailable in the format required for your device/os. President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the White House Monday afte...

Complexity of black women’s lives lacking in mainstream media

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Host Melissa Harris-Perry and a Saturday panel that included a reality star and a creator of a popular web series discussed the representation of black women in popular media, which can either often characterized as lacking or misguided.

Gravely ill Angola 3 inmate hoping for compassionate release

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"The state of Louisiana in the past 6 years has spent $6 million in lawyer fees to keep a 71-year-old man in solitary confinement," Herman Wallace attorney Nick Trenticosta said.

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