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    How to cope with grief from Tyre Nichols’ brutal death

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  • Fallout from the classified documents cases grows

    03:40
  • Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail ‘more angry and more committed than ever’

    02:19
  • How far-right conspiracy theories are creating ‘a climate for violence’

    04:30
  • Calls to re-examine policing in America after the police beating of Tyre Nichols

    04:22
  • Restaurant workers unknowingly help fund lobby to keep their wages low 

    03:43
  • Rep. Garamendi on classified document cases: 'I think there’s a lot more information out there'

    04:20
  • NAACP Memphis Branch demanding police reform following death of Tyre Nichols

    04:27
  • Congressional Black Caucus requests meeting with President Biden to discuss police reform

    03:52
  • Experts say American police departments need to be restructured

    04:24
  • New calls for Congress to enact police reform following Tyre Nichols’ death

    05:19
  • Memphis PD deactivates Scorpion unit after police beating of Tyre Nichols

    06:33
  • Why White House officials are more likely to misplace classified documents

    04:19
  • More accountability demanded from Memphis police department

    05:27
  • Rep. Ayanna Pressley: 'I’m so tired of Black men being killed unjustly at the hands of police'

    05:44
  • Advocates demand action following police killing of Tyre Nichols

    05:59
  • Possible California shooting suspect found dead in white van

    03:18
  • Lunar New Year events proceed in wake of Monterey Park mass shooting

    01:53
  • Human connection pivotal to maintaining joy

    04:47
  • Hawaii to join one of few states to provide universal pre-K

    04:25

‘Far-right rot’: Rep. Santos displays white power symbol during speaker vote

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Democratic Rep. Ritchie Torres of New York has introduced the SANTOS Act to ban lying on the campaign trail. Rep. Torres says the bill’s namesake, Republican Rep. George Santos, is “an indictment of what the Republican party has become.”