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    James Baldwin was asking us ‘to grow up’, but ‘we’re still adolescent’

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  • Rep. Raskin: ‘The bottom is falling out’ on Trump’s legal cases

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  • Ukraine confirms retreat from stronghold town of Avdiivka

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  • 'The ABCs of Book Banning' underscores school children being affected by book banning efforts

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  • ‘It’s much larger’: Trump’s financial penalty nightmare may not be over, NYT reporter says

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  • Cohen on Trump’s avalanche of legal penalties: ‘He will have to liquidate his assets’

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  • Rep. Moulton: House GOP's ‘chaos and total ineptitude’ puts our national security at risk

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  • Displaced Palestinians fear Israeli assault on Rafah

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  • Top legal scholar: SCOTUS siding with Trump in 14th Amendment case could have a ‘silver lining’

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  • 14th Amendment was made for ‘this exact scenario,' CO Sec. of State says

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  • 'We cannot abandon our fidelity to the 14th amendment': NAACP LDF Pres on SCOTUS hearing

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“The whole system isn’t going to change based on one officer being convicted”

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Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is back behind bars this morning after being handed down a 22.5 year prison sentence for the murder of George Floyd. Members of the Floyd family, attorneys, and many activists were pushing for the maximum sentence of 30 years, but they're hopeful an ongoing federal indictment will add more years to Chauvin’s jail time. Former Minneapolis NAACP president Nekima Levy Armstrong, who was instrumental in bringing the initial video to the police, tells Ali Velshi that the federal government’s involvement is long overdue.