Former governor and vice-presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, said there’s a double standard when it comes to politics. She told Good Morning America that John Boehner, incoming Speaker of the House, gets a free pass, but said she would be criticized for crying in public. What do you think?

Twitter & Facebook seem to be working as more and more people head to the polls to vote on November 2nd.

Meet Jimmy McMillan, founder and CEO of the "Rent is Too Damn High" Party, live during his debate and campaign for governor of New York.

President Barack Obama sits down for a town hall meeting with America's youth and young adults to address everything from the importance of voting to how he feels about homosexuality.

Al Sharpton recently gave his perspective on the importance of voting. He plans on making a few visits to stations across the country to help push voter initiative. Check out what he had to say inside now.

U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. said Wednesday: “I have done nothing wrong,” even as a congressional panel has launched an inquiry into his efforts to secure President Obama’s vacant U.S. Senate seat. With new updates and reports on the current ongoing controversy coming out everyday, it can be difficult to make clear of what’s actually […]

Here is exclusive in-studio footage of Al Sharpton on his syndicated radio show talking about the recent “Reclaim The Dream March” merely one day before it all went down. RELATED STORIES: Martin Luther King III on Glenn Beck’s MLK Rally Joe Madison Confronts Glenn Beck on Race S.C. Republican Ousted By Party For Not “Hating” […]

Second House Democrat and Rep. Maxine Waters could reportedly face an ethics trial this fall as complications regarding the election outlook arise. Details inside now.

The longest-serving member of Congress in American history has passed away. Find out details inside now.

Michelle Obama is asking thousands of Detroit-area students to rise up and become the next great leaders of the city and the country. Find out what else she had to say inside now.

Doing what's necessary and not what is popular. Did you watch the State of the Union Address? Tell us what you think!