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    The ongoing fight for women’s rights

    02:51
  • Human Rights Campaign president: ‘Our sense of safety has been stolen’

    04:28
  • GOP lawmakers criticize Trump for having dinner with notorious white supremacist

    04:07
  • Childcare advocates push for more to be done for families

    04:09
  • Jan. 6 committee to release all evidence collected

    03:33
  • 'It’s beyond Trump': Testing the MAGA factor in Rep. McCarthy’s Speaker bid and Georgia’s Senate race

    03:59
  • 'I Am Vanessa Guillén' documentary follows a family’s fight for justice amid tragedy 

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  • Trump dines with notorious white supremacist Nick Fuentes

    02:20
  • Anti-LGBTQ posts surge online after Colorado Springs shooting

    02:38
  • The case for a national assault weapons ban

    01:55
  • Trump's Fuentes, Ye meeting puts his past embrace of anti-Semitic figures into focus

    03:58
  • Republicans divided as they take narrow control of House

    03:30
  • Colorado State House Rep. reacts to the Colorado Springs shooting

    03:26
  • Colorado state lawmaker praises ‘heroes’ and ‘angels’ that confronted LGBTQ+ nightclub shooter

    02:44
  • Does the Supreme Court have an Alito problem?

    03:59
  • Anti-LGBTQ hate crimes are on the rise across the country

    03:40
  • How the new Trump special counsel compares to Mueller

    03:28
  • Pulse survivor reflects on shooting at Colorado Springs LGBTQ+ nightclub

    03:48
  • Club Q survivor says shooting won't 'put me back into a closet'

    04:53
  • Colorado governor calls LGBTQ nightclub shooting 'horrific, sickening'

    04:34

Why Trump will ‘strike out’ with his Supreme Court appeal

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Former President Trump is asking the Supreme Court for access to the classified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago, arguing he and the special master need to review them. “I don’t see any possible ground” for Trump to win, says former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks. She tells MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez why the Justice Department’s appeal has a better shot.