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    #TheVelshiBannedBookClub: “The Tempest” with Margaret Atwood

    07:35
  • The Doctor vs. The Attorney General: The fight for patient privacy and abortion rights in Indiana

    07:51
  •  In new memoir, truth crusader Maria Ressa takes aim at social media

    06:33
  • Velshi: Democracy is on the line in this upcoming SCOTUS case.

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  • The Supreme Court case that could wipe out indigenous sovereignty in the U.S.

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  • Velshi: Dr. Fauci never strayed from science. It shows in the doctors he’s influenced

    05:29
  • Fmr. Impeachment Manager Rep. Diana DeGette weighs in on the final weeks of the Jan. 6 committee 

    05:43
  • Bill Browder on MBS: “As a murderer, that disqualifies him from any immunity”

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  • Americans think Donald Trump will be a bad candidate. This might be why.

    03:27
  • Would scrapping Twitter benefit American Democracy?

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  • Russia, North Korea, Iran: The Global Powers that Threaten World Stability  

    08:27
  • “Lost in Panama”: New Podcast shines light on abducted women in Central America

    05:34
  • Velshi: Biden has the tools to fix ties with the Palestinians. It’s time to act.

    05:38
  • Abortion activists get a win in post-Roe America

    07:50
  • Alleged leak of SCOTUS decision ‘extremely harmful to American politics’

    06:57
  • Rep. Cicilline (D-RI): Colorado Springs Nightclub shooting “really, really disturbing”

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  • Trailblazer Nancy Pelosi to step down after two decades in Democratic leadership

    08:51
  • The coordinated efforts to reframe American history in schools

    08:24
  • Rep. Plaskett: Trump did “god-awful illegal things” to destroy democracy

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  • Former Pence Aide: “He Might as Well Just Say ‘I’m Running’” in 2024

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Portland, OR locals discuss the intersection of climate & infrastructure: 'Climate change is here'

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Climate change is here and it's real. No matter how much denial there continues to be, there's evidence of it every day. In recent weeks, the Pacific Northwest has been taking the brunt of it with wildfires and a heat wave that even melted key infrastructure like power lines on cable cars. Ali Velshi met with five Portland, OR locals to have a candid conversation about climate's effect on infrastructure and why the situation is as urgent as ever. One panelist tells Ali Velshi climate change “is human-made, and therefore we have choices, and we have options…we have to make them now. And that is about investments and planning for investments moving forward and investing now in these issues because investing now is much cheaper than dealing with the impacts of climate change in a year or two years or ten years.”