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    'The guy you want with nuclear codes?': Psaki shows extent of Trump’s verbal blunders

    05:07
  • SCOTUS 'Brawl': Legal scholar reveals what's happening inside Supreme Court

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  • 'They were terrified': George Conway unloads on SCOTUS for Trump ballot decision

    05:24
  • Nikki Haley wins D.C. GOP primary, NBC News projects

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  • Supreme Court decision on Trump's Colorado ballot case could come Monday

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  • Cedric Richmond: Selma anniversary is a clear reminder of continued need to fight for freedom

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  • Assistant AG Kristen Clarke shares DOJ plans for combatting voter suppression

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  • Rep. Steven Horsford on 59th anniversary of Selma marches: 'We're not going back.'

    07:38
  • New Study: Turnout GAP Grows Between White and Black Voters 

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  • 'They took this case to delay the trial': Weissmann blasts SCOTUS for helping Trump

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  • 'The rule does not apply!': Weissmann reacts to Trump judge’s “wrongheaded” reasoning

    01:53
  • Caitlin Clark breaks NCAA basketball record for all-time scoring

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  • 'Shouldn’t that be enough?' Raskin lays out extent of Trump’s crimes

    09:27
  • 'We all know what he did': Psaki reacts to Supreme Court delaying Trump criminal trial

    04:01
  • Supreme Court will release rulings on Monday morning

    02:18
  • Formerly homeless man is a voice for his community in Boston

    07:34
  • Brand new report reveals widening voter participation gap due to gutting of Voting Rights Act

    08:13
  • Uncommitted vote in Michigan 'doing Biden a favor' by sounding alarm on Gaza policy

    11:20
  • Velshi: A protest vote in a primary election is useful. But don’t play with fire in November

    05:14
  • Haley opens window to ditching Trump, says not bound by RNC pledge

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“I don’t have white privilege.” Mississippi residents tackle race & privilege with Ali Velshi

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Ali Velshi spoke with two families from the small town of West Point, MS -- one black and one white -- whose teenagers were made to share top graduation honors after the school changed the way it calculated grades. It did so without notifying the students or parents. Many Black residents argue that privilege and entitlement played a role in the final decision to bestow the honors on both the Black and white students.