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    #VelshiBannedBookClub: Benjamin Alire Sáenz and the secrets of the universe

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  • Fmr. NATO Chief: NATO Reacted “Too Mildly” When Putin Annexed Crimea

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  • Rep. Raskin: “The whole country should be alarmed about where the GOP is today”

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  • PA AG Josh Shapiro: ‘We have to defeat this dangerous extremism of Doug Mastriano’

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  • Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist on the NY AG’s “breathtaking” investigation of Trump’s finances

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  • In "Lady Justice," Lithwick warns of a repeat of "2020 coup, but done by black robes"

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  • Velshi: Better to know an uncomfortable truth, than ignore it & be complacent

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  •  Iran protests surge days after Mahsa Amini’s death

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  • Michael Cohen: “The last guy in Donald’s ear owns the brain. Everybody…wants to be that last guy.”

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  • Wild new book details how Proud Boys take orders from Trump’s rhetoric

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  •  Velshi: Seeking asylum in the U.S. is not a crime. It’s the way of the world.

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  • #VelshiBannedBookClub and PEN America go deep on Banned Books Week 

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  • Katie Hobbs: Election deniers are ‘dangerous and they don't understand how elections even work’

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  • Sen. Leahy: If the Senate doesn’t repair itself, ‘we are in deep trouble in this country’

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Velshi: America’s withdrawal started a new era of anguish for Afghans. One year later, not much has changed

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One year ago, the Afghan government collapsed, and the Taliban took over in Kabul. It happened faster than intelligence assessments predicted. The Taliban faced little-to-no resistance as it swept across Afghanistan. So the United States scrambled to evacuate all Americans, Afghan allies who helped the American military and as many Afghan civilians as possible. But the harsh reality is that so many Afghan civilians and allies to the U-S government never got their ticket out of Afghanistan. And even those who did, face an uncertain future.