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    'I Am Vanessa Guillén' documentary follows a family’s fight for justice amid tragedy 

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  • Trump dines with notorious white supremacist Nick Fuentes

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  • Anti-LGBTQ posts surge online after Colorado Springs shooting

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  • The case for a national assault weapons ban

    01:55
  • Trump's Fuentes, Ye meeting puts his past embrace of anti-Semitic figures into focus

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  • Would scrapping Twitter benefit American Democracy?

    07:59
  • 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
  • Navy Veteran thanks Speaker Pelosi for her leadership on LGBTQ rights

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  • Veteran GOP Strategist: Herschel Walker running for Senate 'was a ridiculous idea'

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  • Colorado shooting ‘a moment of crisis’ for LGBTQ community

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  • NYT: Fmr. VP Pence considers speaking with DOJ about Jan. 6 Attack

    09:39
  • Spike in Anti-Trans Rhetoric on Twitter Sparks Fears of More Violent Attacks

    04:56
  • Mary Peltola (D) Wins Re-Election in Alaska House Race

    05:11
  • Herschel Walker claims Texas as his primary residence on taxes

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  • Rep. Mary Peltola wins Alaska House race, defeating Sarah Palin

    08:20
  • Trump braces: Tax returns going to Congress as Pence mulls DOJ interview

    09:56
  • Challenges Bob Iger faces in his return as Disney's CEO

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  • Pastor Tim Keller on the power of forgiveness

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Rev. Barber: America’s failure to address poverty is ‘economically insane’

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Rev. William Barber, co-chair of the Poor People’s Campaign and president of Repairers of the Breach, says the $7.25/hour federal minimum wage “treats corporations like people and people like things.”