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    SCOTUS Ruling: Ari Melber on why indicted Trump stays on ballot, as partisan cracks show

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  • Trump-era racial divide draws on long history: Ari Melber x Anna Deavere Smith on voicing the truth

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  • Trump-era racial divide draws on long history: Ari Melber x Anna Deavere Smith on voicing the truth

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  • 'A book about grief, friendship': Sloane Crosley deals with personal loss in new memoir

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  • Why Biden is still the Democrats' best bet in November

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  • Ex-Trump CFO to plead guilty to perjury in civil fraud trial

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  • David Ignatius: Food convoy carnage shows what's wrong in Gaza

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  • How private talks and chance meetings shape Biden's thinking

    05:30
  • Voters more upbeat on economy but Biden not getting much benefit: poll

    06:15
  • Judge makes no decision on Trump classified docs trial date

    03:11
  • Trump takes credit for legislation signed by Obama

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  • 'He looks lost': Trump has gaffe-filled weekend on the campaign trail

    07:16
  • 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

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  • 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
  • Separation of Church and State? Or ‘the wrath of a Holy God’

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Coronavirus brings looming crisis for nations’ prisons

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Former Federal Prosecutor and MSNBC Contributor, Joyce Vance, joins Ali Velshi to discuss what can be done to prevent dangerous outbreaks in our more than 6,000 prisons and jails.