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    'Rather diminishing': Marc Short on Trump's lack of control in courtroom

    07:52
  • 'Battle over credibility': Ex-tabloid publisher David Pecker testifies in Trump's hush money trial

    05:43
  • Fmr. CIA Dir.: Iran won’t respond in an ‘escalatory way’ since IDF capabilities are ‘far superior’

    06:41
  • ‘A tale of two aerial barrages’: Fmr. CIA and DOD Chief of Staff on Iran and Israeli strikes

    04:58
  • Lt. Col. Vindman: The Ukrainian mobilization law and U.S. aid would ‘be a big boost of morale’

    06:23
  • Rep. Turner: ‘The bully caucus believes’ they can ‘threaten the Speaker and that needs to stop’

    08:33
  • Ukrainian PM: ‘We need support for yesterday, not today’ if there’s a ‘chance to win this war’

    07:50
  • Second seated juror in Trump hush money trial has been dismissed

    02:26
  • Pelosi: ‘Every day is a matter of life and death in Ukraine, of success or failure’

    10:10
  • Jordanian Minister: Escalation in Middle East ‘will help no one’

    05:00
  • US Amb. to the UN: US has been ‘very clear in our concerns that this war not escalate’ in Mideast

    06:57
  • Melissa Murray: Trials are ‘about storytelling,’ ‘who your audience is is critically important’

    06:59
  • Rep. Himes: ‘Ukrainians are dead’ because of ‘Republican political infighting’

    04:37
  • 'No doubt' Trump's legal woes played to campaign's advantage during primary season: Marc Short

    09:18
  • 'Put up or shut up time' for Judge Merchan: Prosecutors argue Trump violated gag order

    03:58
  • ‘Any other defendant’ would’ve been ‘already put in jail’

    06:28
  • Was the Israeli strike on the Iranian consulate worth it?

    06:35
  • U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan: The world ‘has failed to respond,’ one year into Sudan civil war

    06:17
  • Father of Hamas hostage: Israel can’t rest on ‘fantasy’ that military action will ‘get my son home’

    11:04
  • Gerstell: ‘You couldn’t possibly pick a worse time to blind ourselves’ by failing to pass FISA

    08:36

Allegheny County Executive: Abortion will ‘motivate a lot of voters, particularly swing voters’

04:12

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald sits down with Andrea Mitchell in Pittsburgh, PA, to preview what headlines may come out of tonight’s Pennsylvania Senate debate. “Is there going to be some overwhelming sound bite that gets played again and again over the next couple of days? Or is it really going to be the message around the economy, around abortion - the Dobbs decision, which I think is somehow getting pushed to the side, but it was certainly a big, big issue when that ruling came out,” says Fitzgerald. “I still think it's going to it's going to motivate an awful lot of voters, particularly swing voters, in this election”