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    Klobuchar: This Supreme Court case could lead to ‘extreme outcomes’

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  • 'People are speaking': Rusty Bowers on AZ voters rejecting election deniers

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  • Breaking down the suspected Club Q shooter’s online profile

    05:25
  • Herschel Walker claims Texas as his primary residence on taxes

    09:03
  • Rep. Mary Peltola wins Alaska House race, defeating Sarah Palin

    08:20
  • Club Q shooting: Fierro serves as rebuttal to right's bigotry toward queer spaces

    06:57
  • Two red counties in Arizona refuse to certify elections. That could backfire.

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  • Ohio Republicans are trying to make it harder to vote on abortion rights 

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  • Schiff: McCarthy’s speakership will be about satisfying the ‘QAnon caucus’

    07:16
  • Colorado nightclub shooting comes amid rise in anti-LGBTQ hate

    05:52
  • Trump’s 2024 bid swayed Garland—but not in the way the ex-president hoped

    05:16
  • Clyburn: ‘Foolishness’ of GOP agenda will send them ‘deep in the minority’

    06:21
  • Plouffe: House GOP leans into agenda that voters ‘screamed loudly’ against

    06:36
  • The stark contrast between Pelosi’s accomplishments and the House GOP agenda

    09:48
  • The déjà vu of the Republican reaction to Trump’s 2024 campaign

    07:25
  • Trump’s 2024 announcement was so ‘low energy’ even Fox News cut away

    10:08
  • Chris Hayes: Voters helped democracy escape 2024 ‘worst-case scenario'

    07:11
  • ‘Twisted echo chamber’: Why voters rejected Trump’s extremist candidates 

    06:42
  • Biden addresses Poland missile strike after ‘emergency meeting’ with world leaders 

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  • Romney: Trump is like ‘aging pitcher'—and it’s time to 'get off the mound'

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Chris Hayes: What a Kevin McCarthy-led Congress would mean for America

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When Donald Trump was president, Democrats were willing to pass the CARES Act and send out stimulus checks with Trump's name on them ahead of an election. “Does anyone really believe if the tables were turned Republicans would do the same?” says Chris Hayes.