Videotaped Police Beating Roils Philadelphia On the docket for today's reporters' roundtable: a videotaped police beating in Philadelphia, which Al Sharpton is calling "worse than Rodney King"; and allegations that Hillary Clinton is playing the race card, as the Democratic primary process winds down.
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Videotaped Police Beating Roils Philadelphia

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Videotaped Police Beating Roils Philadelphia

Videotaped Police Beating Roils Philadelphia

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On the docket for today's reporters' roundtable: a videotaped police beating in Philadelphia, which Al Sharpton is calling "worse than Rodney King"; the obstacles facing the United Nations in supplying aid to Myanmar; and allegations that Hillary Clinton is playing the race card, as the Democratic primary process winds down.

Joining in the conversation are John Yearwood, world editor for the Miami Herald; Rochelle Riley, a columnist for the Detroit Free Press; and Chandra Thomas, assistant editor and writer for Atlanta magazine.