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  • Bob Graham, former Florida governor and senator, dies at 87

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  • Arizona State Sen calls GOP lawmakers irresponsible following near-total abortion ban ruling

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  • Biden leads Trump, majority say hush money charges are serious

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  • Undecided focus group voters have big concerns with Biden and Trump

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  • Gov. Hobbs: ‘Chaos and confusion’ from Arizona abortion ban is ‘devastating’

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  • 'She is lying': AZ Dem Senate candidate Gallego torches Kari Lake on abortion ban

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  • Gov. Hochul: Trump just indicted himself in the eyes of women across the U.S.

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  • Speaker Emerita Pelosi: Trump doesn't believe in anything other than his political survival

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  • Sen. Klobuchar: Trump took responsibility for abortion rights ‘chaos’

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  • Senator slams Trump for being proud of 'stripping away legal protections' for families, women

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Loretta Lynch is unflappable at Senate hearing

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Chris Hayes looks at the first Obama cabinet nominee to go before the Senate since Republicans took control in November: Loretta Lynch, the president's pick for Attorney General.