Rev. Al Sharpton addresses the president's glaring dismissal of the Black Lives Matter movement and its commitment to communities of color.
Is the NFL doing enough in the wake of the George Floyd protests and other calls for greater social equality? Black sports journalists respond to the NFL announcing that the black national anthem will be played at some games, plus news that the name of
Rev. Robert Lee IV is a direct descendent of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and is calling for the removal of statues of his ancestors.
Donald Trump has touted 4.8 million new jobs being created, despite the nearly 50 million jobs which have been lost during the coronavirus pandemic. Bishop William Barber, president of Repairers of the Breach, joins Tiffany Cross in for Joy Reid to
Police shooting deaths and other deaths enacted by officers largely impacting the black community have been the focus of recent protests, yet other communities, such as the Latinx community, also suffer disproportionately from such violence, taking
Police violence used against Native Americans is often ‘invisible’ activist Gyasi Ross asserts, as he recounts the case of Stonechild Chiefstick, a father of five who was killed by a Poulsbo, WA police officer at a 2019 fireworks display in a shooting
Donald Trump not adequately addressing reports that Russia placed bounties on U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan is analyzed by Nayyera Haq, former White House and State Department senior director.
Arizona and other states with Republican leadership are seeing surges in COVID-19 cases, leading many to slam some GOP leaders as failing to properly combat the coronavirus pandemic. Tiffany Cross in for Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
Donald Trump ‘allowed masks to become political’ renounced GOPer and former Republican congressman David Jolly tells Tiffany Cross in for Joy Reid.
Kristopher Purcell, a member of 43 Alumni for Biden, explains why hundreds of Republican ex-staffers under George W. Bush are coming together to endorse Joe Biden and says, “Donald Trump is a threat to our nation.”
Donald Trump was briefed on the intelligence that Russia paid Taliban-linked actors to kill Americans in Afghanistan at least twice reporter on the story Rukmini Callimachi believes. Callimachi, correspondent for The New York Times, joins Tiffany Cross in
NBC News' Gary Grumbach reports from Harlem, where new Black Lives Matter murals are being paint in New York City's streets - and across all five of the city's boroughs. President Trump previously decried Mayor Bill de Blasio's plans to paint "Black Lives