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    Texas State Sen: At least 18 children, 3 adults killed in school shooting

    06:32
  • Full speech: Biden addresses nation on Texas elementary school shooting

    07:18
  • Sen. Chris Murphy reacts to Texas elementary school shooting

    07:20
  • Hayes: We must pay attention to ‘urgent crisis’ of extreme heat events 

    03:45
  • Raskin on Giuliani’s Jan. 6 testimony: ‘Definitely has a lot of information’ 

    06:42
  • Pence campaigns against Trump-backed candidate for Georgia governor

    06:20
  • Trump dumps Perdue ahead of Georgia primary election

    07:18
  • Hayes: Democrats should pass these two ‘tangible, popular’ priorities right now

    02:04
  • Holder on Trump and Jan. 6: 'I think a non-prosecution would divide the nation'

    06:39
  • Hayes on Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney’s ‘egregious political malpractice’

    05:13
  • Hayes: If Dems are doing anything right, billionaires should be voting Republican

    09:01
  • Former DHS disinformation agency director Nina Jankowicz speaks out

    08:06
  • How a pro-Israel lobby group spent millions to sway Democratic primaries

    06:17
  • Hayes: Coup plotter Mastriano is stone’s throw away from running Pennsylvania

    08:12
  • Mastriano wins GOP primary for Pennsylvania governor, NBC News projects

    00:44
  • John Fetterman wins Democratic Senate primary in Pennsylvania, NBC News projects

    02:33
  • Polls closed in Pennsylvania primary election

    05:11
  • Buffalo gunman cited same racist ideology pushed by right-wing media

    08:06
  • Buffalo massacre: How racist messaging became mainstream on the American right

    08:51
  • ‘Why are we feeding illegal babies?’: The right's response to the formula shortage

    09:21

Warren: Trump is ‘flirting with treason’ by not committing to peaceful transfer of power

06:27

“When Donald Trump says that he is not necessarily going to accept the will of the voters, he’s flirting with treason,” says Sen. Warren. “And for Republican Senators to once again enable him … it means they are a party to it.”