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    NAACP Pres. Derrick Johnson: “White supremacy cannot coexist with democracy”

    04:23
  • Maria Hinojosa on ‘Suave’, her now Pulitzer-winning podcast: “We brought heart”

    05:48
  •  Putin is Making “Empty Threats,” Says Acting U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine

    05:11
  • The link between the anti-abortion movement & “replacement theory”

    07:33
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: R.J. Palacio on her heart-wrenching graphic novel “White Bird”

    06:05
  • Mohamed El-Erian on global policy response to inflation: “we need it, but we won’t get it”

    05:41
  • Michigan AG: If my Republican opponent wins and bans abortions, ‘many women will die’

    05:54
  • “The data is the data”: Overturning Roe will have devastating effects on the economy

    05:18
  • Velshi: Acknowledging U.S. history of Native erasure is Step 1. Step 2 is action.

    05:13
  • Delegation of U.S. Senate led by Mitchell McConnell arrive in Kyiv

    00:29
  • Robin DiAngelo, who coined and authored “White Fragility,” joins the #VelshiBannedBookClub

    05:42
  • Photojournalist Lynsey Addario in the Donbas, Ukraine: “The front line is everywhere.”

    05:12
  • Velshi: When freedoms are taken from some of us, none of us are free

    03:15
  • Rep. Barbara Lee on the civic engagement needed to safeguard abortion rights and personal liberties

    06:01
  • Attorney for 1992 abortion case warns that what’s to come will be “much, much worse”

    03:44
  • For evangelicals, the moral outrage over abortion is about race, gender – and ultimately, power

    04:55
  • Rep. Pressley: Protect abortion rights “as if lives depend on it - because they do”

    04:27
  • Sen. Tammy Baldwin: In Wisconsin, overturning Roe “will set us back to the 1800s”

    05:41
  • Velshi: The first step toward preserving abortion rights is by calling out the lies

    07:01
  • Fmr. Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko says America’s Howitzers are a “Game Changer” 

    05:33

Fmr. Obama Energy Secretary Talks Next Steps in Russian Oil Sanctions

04:35

The price of oil has been steadily climbing since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began, amid worries that our oil supply can't keep up with demand. According to West Texas Intermediate, the price of crude settled at just over $115 dollars a barrel on Friday afternoon, up $8.01 from the previous close. As one of the biggest exporters in the world, oil is a huge part of Russia's economy and the nation has a large sway over the price of oil globally. President Biden has been widely criticized from all angles for not doing more to financially punish Russia's energy sector for the invasion. Former U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz joins Ali Velshi to discuss what the White House will do from here.