Fox News reporter Leland Vittert got into a heated — and eventually physical — confrontation with activist and MSNBC host Al Sharpton, when the latter tried to keep him from questioning Democratic Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings …
The Rev. Al Sharpton didn’t rocket to stardom. In the 1980s and 1990s, he was, at best, a regional activist who had successfully used outrageous tactics to call attention to the plight of dozens of unarmed black men who had lost their …
In the latest sign of MSNBC's reinvention, polarizing talk show host Al Sharpton is being moved from a prime five-day-a-week show to once-a-week. Sharpton will give up his 6 p.m. hour on weeknights on September 4, and he'll take over …
In the 1980's I was a street reporter for a local TV station in Manhattan. The Reverend Al Sharpton was a man of some notoriety. His National Youth Movement was the beginning of his New York presence. His group went to big business …
Kenan Thompson’s Al Sharpton impression was put to the test against the real thing on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live.” Thompson brought back his Sharpton in a fake news segment, with the real Sharpton stopping by as a …
Al Sharpton is again working both sides of the street, and it’s paying off for him. As he’s inserted himself into the tense situation in Ferguson, he’s had an assist from none other than the president of the United States. And he continues to …
In the midst of a coming FCC decision about the proposed merger between telco giants Comcast and Time Warner Cable, a group has filed a $20 billion lawsuit alleging that the two companies discriminate against black-owned media …
On 4:44's "Family Feud," Jay Z took a quick shot aimed right at Rev. Al Sharpton and Bill Cosby that you might have missed in the sea of gospel singing. The shot was in reference to the recent viral selfies that Al Sharpton took, which …
If Reverend Al Sharpton didn’t exist Fox News would have to invent him. An examination by Mediaite, using TVEyes found Fox News mentioned Sharpton almost 400 times in the month of December — six times the rate of CNN, and seven …
UPDATE: The Rev. Al Sharpton and his National Action Network (NAN) announced they'll stage a press conference in New York Tuesday to address ESPN's suspension of Jemele Hill. The protest will be held outside of the Disney-owned …