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  • Rep. Himes: ‘Brazenness’ of Chinese surveillance balloon over United States is ‘unusual’

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  • Jeremy Bash: Surveillance balloons can serve as a ‘proverbial unblinking eye over a target’

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  • Douglas Holtz-Eakin: Moderation in wage growth is ‘good news story’ for the Fed

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  • Rep. Mike Gallagher: I don't think China would hesitate to shoot down a U.S. asset in their airspace

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  • John Brennan: Secy. Blinken’s Beijing trip postponement sends a ‘clear signal’ to China

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  • Sen. Murphy: ‘We want to get Ukraine everything they need, but we can't deplete our own stocks’

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  • Mitch Landrieu: ‘A piece of the soul of the country died’ with Tyre Nichols

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  • Republicans vote to remove Rep. Omar from Foreign Affairs Committee

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  • Hunter Biden requests investigation into Trump allies over alleged theft of laptop data

    02:36
  • ‘Greatest of all time’ Tom Brady retires after ‘unparalleled’ 23-year career

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  • Marc Morial calls on U.S. to ‘elevate’ conversation over police reform amid Nichols’ memorial

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  • Biden attorney says no classified documents found at Rehoboth home

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  • Richard Haass: Situation on the ground in Israel ‘likely to deteriorate’

    05:35
  • NY prosecutors escalate probe into Trump $130k payment to Stormy Daniels

    09:52
  • Former FDNY EMT: First responders ‘highly culpable’ for Tyre Nichols’ death

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  • Masih Alinejad: Biden administration negotiates with ‘the same murderers’ as they’ve sanctioned

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  • Ukraine top prosecutor: Russia needs to be held accountable for 'more than 65,000' war crimes

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Adm. Stavridis: Putin ‘scrambling’ for manpower, ‘a sign of how difficult this fight has become’

04:22

Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Admiral James Stavridis tells Andrea Mitchell “Putin is really scrambling” to gain more “manpower” for his fight against Ukraine. “He's going to the prisons. He's going into homeless shelters. He's taking people in their 50s and 60s,” Stavridis explains. “Putin will take anything. It’s a sign of how difficult this fight has become for him."