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    Mystal: I'm sad Biden ‘won’t stand with his people’ and ‘take power back’ from SCOTUS 

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    09:10
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    06:32
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    06:59
  • Hayes: The fight for democracy must go beyond Jan. 6 committee

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  • How Trump’s coup plot followed a ‘pre-existing script in American history’

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  • Schiff: Meadows ‘in hiding’ in wake of Hutchinson testimony

    07:10
  • Hutchinson testimony suggests violent insurrection was Trump’s goal on Jan. 6

    09:43
  • Tracking Ron Johnson’s lies about his role in fake elector scheme 

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  • Footage of Rudy Giuliani encounter reveals what actually went down

    03:04
  • Hayes to Democrats: America is with you on abortion—what's the plan?

    10:41
  • Rebecca Traister: The necessity of hope in post-Roe America

    07:27
  • Warren on ending of Roe: ‘Supreme Court doesn’t get the last word’—we do

    05:28
  • Hayes: Overturning of Roe is ‘raw exertion of power by 5 right-wing judges’

    08:19
  • Sen. Murphy: ‘Strong belief’ that Senate will pass bipartisan gun bill

    06:53
  • Hayes on the high-stakes gamble of Democrats boosting extremists candidates

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  • Arizona's Rusty Bowers says he would vote for Trump again despite coup plot

    08:48
  • Partner of fallen Capitol officer: Trump to blame for deaths of Jan. 6 victims

    06:28
  • Hayes: For the far-right, violence and the threat of it are the point

    10:55
  • Mehdi Hasan: How on Earth is Ted Cruz still in the Senate?

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‘Substantial causal factor’ of death: What the state must prove in Chauvin trial

09:27

“The jury instructions state that to cause it, it doesn’t have to be the only thing—as long as it’s a substantial causal factor in the death. It can be one of many, but as long as it’s substantial, then that can carry the day for the prosecution,” says Katie Phang on what the state must prove for a conviction in the Chauvin trial.