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  • Ta-Nehisi Coates on the right-wing backlash to teaching Black history

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  • Porter: Congress Covid probe should be ‘forward thinking and prescriptive’

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  • Ex-GOP congressman: Party is just ‘waiting around for Trump to die’

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  • NYT: Police gave Tyre Nichols 71 conflicting commands, impossible orders

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  • Hayes: Public officials must stop waiting for someone else to hold Trump to account

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  • Chris Hayes: The right's 'campaign of lies' about the Pelosi attack

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  • Crump: Family wants world to see how Tyre Nichols was ‘brutalized’ in video

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  • Gallego: If Sinema runs, she’s a ‘guaranteed third-place losing candidate’

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  • Chris Hayes: The Republican Party’s 2024 candidate quality problem

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  • How the GOP probe into 'weaponization' of the government turned out last time

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  • George Santos' new treasurer: I am not his new treasurer

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Sanders in it until the last vote

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Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders is pledging to fight for the Democratic nomination, saying he is in it until the last vote. The problem is that the campaign continues to suggest it might try to win with superdelegates, even if Hillary Clinton remains the front-runner.