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    GOP unable to raise a candidate to supplant Trump despite Trump's mounting legal problems

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  • Putin's Russia preps for political stunt with trial of American Brittney Griner

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  • Overseas doctors help U.S. women with medication abortions to circumvent new bans

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  • Lawrence: GOP policy is to victimize rape victims forcing them to give birth

    09:45
  • Beto O’Rourke on Abbott’s abortion ban: Texans are 'under attack'

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  • Fmr. Trump lawyer John Eastman says the Feds seized his phone

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  • Tracking Ron Johnson’s lies about his role in fake elector scheme 

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  • Footage of Rudy Giuliani encounter reveals what actually went down

    03:04
  • Hayes to Democrats: America is with you on abortion—what's the plan?

    10:41
  • ‘Breathtakingly arrogant’: Alito shredded for claiming most GOP Justices ‘wrong’ except him

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  • Outrage at Trump’s Court: Uproar as MAGA-picked Justices reverse 50 years of legal precedent

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  • Trump insider raided! Coup plotter has phone seized in ‘bad news’ for MAGA-world

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  • The real dishonesty of the abortion debate

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  • 'It's time for a serious realignment': Calls grow for Dems to get organized

    10:01
  • Blue states will begin to see 'reproductive refugees' because of ruling, says professor

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  • Majority of voters did not want Roe overturned, polling shows

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  • Businesses brace for post-Roe abortion rights battle

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  • Illinois prepares for 'potentially 10 to 20,000 more' women cross state lines

    04:27
  • What a law from 1931 could mean for Michigan

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  • Claire McCaskill: This is how extreme the law is in Missouri

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Far-right militias are ‘energized and prepared to do great harm’ across America, says Michigan AG

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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says extremist paramilitary groups like the ones that conspired to kidnap Gov. Whitmer are more active than ever because they thrive on this year’s “constant state of chaos.”