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    John Kasich advocates for “compromise” on abortion

    06:12
  • Report: U.S. drug shortage increased nearly 30% from 2021 and 2022

    05:13
  • John Kasich: Trump is a divider and will lose if he runs in 2024

    04:47
  • Fmr. Rep. Holtzman: Trump “can’t stop the rule of law”

    07:32
  • Fmr. FDIC Chair warns of ‘moral hazard’ in bank regulation process

    05:59
  • Velshi: The FDIC should ensure all deposits to protect banks

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  • Three Americans held captive abroad released this week

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  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: 100yr old Grace Linn quilts to fight bans

    06:09
  • 'Devastation and destruction': Rescue crews searching for Mississippi tornado survivors

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  • Rep. Barbara Lee: The AUMF gives US presidents a “blank check” to wage war

    05:40
  • Fmr. SDNY deputy chief: 'No reason to put much stock' in Trump’s arrest claim

    06:28
  • Rep. Plaskett on ‘Weaponization’ cmte: They want this to be Benghazi 2.0

    08:47
  • Rep. Schiff: ‘When justice is delayed for too long, it ends up being denied’

    07:57
  • Targeting LGBTQ rights: Straight from authoritarian Germany and Russia

    05:37
  • Velshi: We are failing the world by failing at gender equality

    04:44
  • The reality for Palestinians: 'There is nobody here to protect us'

    06:56
  • #VelshiBannedBookClub: Meg Cabot’s ‘Ready or Not’ 

    07:57
  • Fmr. FDIC Chair Sheila Bair on the 'rushed failure' of Silicon Valley Bank

    06:44
  • Velshi: Walgreens had a decision to make. It took the easy road. 

    05:28
  • Rep. Bennie Thompson on J6: We ID’d Trump as the culprit

    06:13

Newsflash to Gov. Sanders: Arkansas schools remain deeply segregated

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Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ reference to the Little Rock Nine in her GOP rebuttal to the State of the Union has attracted some backlash. Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University Eddie Glaude argues that Sanders’ “active misremembering” is part of the larger struggle over how Black history is taught in American schools. There’s a “struggle being waged over the story we tell ourselves,” Glaude says, and the story we tell has everything to do with what we see as our ethical obligations. “If we let them win…We condemn another generation to this mess.”