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    The political fallout of the Chinese spy balloon

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  • Trump’s legal troubles are growing in New York

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  • Policy used to expel migrants at U.S. Southern border could end in May

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  • Fallout from China balloon incident signals rising tensions

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  • Trump should be charged with corruption, says former Manhattan prosecutor

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  • Democrats replace Iowa with South Carolina as Party’s first presidential primary state

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  • Spy balloon astonishes U.S. defense officials

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  • Ron DeSantis ramps up war on education

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  • 'Delays upon delays’: Divided Congress can’t even agree on committee rules

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  • Suspected Chinese balloon shot down over the Atlantic

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  • New developments in Tyre Nichols case, renewed calls for accountability

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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

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

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‘No signs’ Justice Dept. is investigating Trump as Jan. 6 panel weighs criminal referral

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The January 6 Committee has enough evidence to recommend criminal charges against former President Trump, but some members fear that could backfire. “It would make it look like the Justice Department was conducting an investigation at the behest of a Democratically-controlled Congress,” says New York Times Washington correspondent Michael Schmidt. He tells MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez how soon the Committee will make a decision about referring Trump to the DOJ.