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    #VelshiAcrossAmerica: Living under an emboldened anti-abortion regime

    05:47
  • Sen. Sanders: IRA “doesn’t go anywhere near as far as it should - but it is a step forward”

    06:42
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: ‘Speak,’ with Laurie Halse Anderson

    07:33
  • #VelshiAcrossAmerica: It’s “fight like Hell” time in post-Roe Alabama

    06:51
  • #VelshiAcrossAmerica: Stories from the cruelest post-Roe regime (Pt.2)

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  • #VelshiAcrossAmerica: Stories from the cruelest post-Roe regime (Pt.1)

    05:44
  • Fmr. Sen. Doug Jones: “Democrats are getting things done for folks right now”

    07:17
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’

    07:36
  • Steele: Congrats, Dems. You did politics. What took so long?

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  • Rep. Maloney: I expected gun manufacturers to accept some responsibility for their actions

    05:12
  • Rep. Kinzinger: “I guarantee you someone is going to try this again. Maybe Trump himself”

    07:34
  • Fmr. KS Gov: State’s anti-abortion amendment campaign “very deceptive” from the start

    05:08
  • Fmr. Sr. Pence advisor: The divide between Trump and Pence ‘has always been there’

    05:27
  • Death toll rises to at least 23 in Kentucky floods

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  •  #VelshiBannedBookClub: ‘Brown Girl Dreaming’ with Jacqueline Woodson

    07:42
  • “Everyone is scared”: The harsh reality of being an OB/GYN in Post-Roe America

    06:09
  •  The Post-Roe era means pregnant people “can’t get the standard of care they need”

    05:11
  • House hearings show Jan. 6 was ‘plotted, planned, organized’

    06:07
  • Rep. Annie Kuster: ‘We thought we were going to die’ on January 6th

    05:47
  • State Department confirms deaths of 2 Americans fighting in Ukraine

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Countries have a responsibility to ‘not to let war criminals walk free’

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It's easy enough to find evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine, but holding Vladimir Putin to account is a whole other story. The International Criminal Court has agreed to investigate Russian war crimes in Ukraine dating back to the invasion of Crimea in 2013, but as Professor of International Law at Yale Law School Oona Hathaway tells Ali Velshi, “Putin himself is not likely to stand trial.”