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Al Sharpton

Al Sharpton is a Baptist minister and radio talk show host. He is also a well-known civil rights activist.
Al Sharpton is a Baptist minister and radio talk show host. He is also a well-known civil rights activist. « Show less

Top Al Sharpton Articles

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  • Sharpton, Gingrich, Bloomberg: Odd trio

     
    by Rebecca Cole An odd power trio descended on the White House today to remind President Barack Obama that, nearly 55 years after the Supreme Court issued landmark desegregation rulings, the country still has a "crisis of inequality" when it......
  • Obama, Sharpton, Gingrich, Bloomberg

     
    by Mark Silva As an old friend of ours, the humorist Dave Barry, always liked to say: We are not making this up. And we are not making this up: On the president's schedule today, there's an afternoon meeting in......
  • What in the world is Al Sharpton doing?

     
    What the heck was the Rev. Al Sharpton doing in Queens on Wednesday? He chose to take a stand on the mess in Albany by holding a press conference in the district of one of the renegade state Senators, Hiram......
  • David Letterman: Your Questions Answered Here

     
    (Pix: Rick Wilking of Reuters and John Paul Reuters/CBS) What's that I hear out there? People - YOU - clamoring for answers about Dave Letterman, Palinpalooza, and the meaning of it all - as opposed to just more furious......
  • Senate coup: Confirmation Monserrate is moving back

     
    Sen. Hiram Monserrate, as so many expected, says he's moving back to the Democratic fold, prompting the likelihood of continued deadlock, but with Monserrate's purportedly desired result of ousting Sen. Malcolm Smith as Democratic leader. Presumably he'...
  • Michael Jackson hailed during emotional memorial service

    Michael Jackson hailed during emotional memorial service
    Music legends, sports figures, and civil rights leaders paid tribute to Michael Jackson today during an emotional, song-filled service at Staples Center that was part polished entertainment, part revival meeting. Jackson was praised as a music pioneer...
  • Peter King Defends Comments on "Factor"

     
    Peter King on "The Factor" last night. His first TV comments on the Youtube business since Sunday, I believe. You missed? You've come to the right place. PK was on remote from DC, and Bill O'Reilly brought up the......
  • Obama at NAACP: 'Next 100 years'

     
    by Mark Silva One hundred years ago, black boys and girls attended school separately from white boys and girls, by law, in many parts of the United States, home of the free. One hundred years ago, black men and women......
  • Odd trio: Gingrich, Sharpton, Duncan

     
    by Mark Silva Here's an unlikely trio for a road tour: Education Secretary Arne Duncan plans to take the Obama administration's vision of educational improvements, innovation and the "challenges facing America's school systems'' on a multi-city tour....
  • Obama's back-to-school 'Socialist' agenda

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, whose two young daughters return to school next week, has some back-to-school plans of his own: An unprecedented presidential address to public schoolchildren at noon EDT on Tuesday. Arne Duncan, the president's...
  • Al Sharpton doesn't want Rush Limbaugh to buy Rams

     
    Well, it looks as if at least one person doesn't want Rush Limbaugh to become an NFL owner. Former presidential candidate Rev. Al Sharpton wants the NFL to stop Limbaugh's efforts to buy the St. Louis Rams. Limbaugh announced last......