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    Paul Whelan ‘healthy,’ had been moved to a hospital ‘for reasons he didn’t know,’ says brother

    05:05
  • Secy. of State Blinken: No contact with Whelan since November 16. ‘I can’t speak to his condition.’

    03:45
  • Adm. Stavridis: U.S. giving $53 million to help repair Ukraine’s electricity grid is ‘absolutely critical’ 

    05:19
  • Rick Stengel: ‘Russia has already used up more than half of their missiles’

    07:01
  • Amb. Karen Pierce: Iran may be 'guilty of crimes against humanity' for supplying weapons to Russia

    05:55
  • Sen. Coons: Russian aggression ‘directly or indirectly the cause’ of deadly blast in Poland

    07:08
  • Panetta: ‘Not surprised’ by Poland blast amid Russia’s ‘random missile attacks’ on Ukraine

    06:17
  • Samantha Power: Biden's climate investment will increase ‘access to renewables at a cheaper price’

    08:08
  • U.N. Amb. Linda Thomas-Greenfield: North Korea is ‘breaking multiple Security Council resolutions’

    08:34
  • Amb. Oksana Markarova: ‘We will not stop until there is accountability’ for Russia’s inhumanity

    09:53
  • Putin accuses West of playing ‘dangerous, bloody and dirty’ game in Ukraine

    03:29
  • Phoenix Mercury’s Brianna Turner: 'Very difficult to hear' Griner's nine-year sentence upheld

    07:09
  •  ‘She is a political pawn’: Brittney Griner’s former Olympic coach reacts to the WNBA star’s appeal denial

    06:42
  • Griner lawyer: WNBA star 'pessimistic' about appeal trial, but hoping for sentence reduction

    05:36
  • John Kirby: ‘Iran is right now on the ground, involved, engaged in the war in Ukraine’

    06:15
  • Sen. Menendez: Saudi Arabia cannot ‘fuel Putin’s war machine’ with ‘impunity’

    05:24
  • Adm. Stavridis: ‘This is the moment’ to reconsider giving Ukrainians ‘tactical war-fighting jets’

    07:34
  • Brennan hopes ‘sensible people, including in the Kremlin’ will stop Putin from using nuclear weapons

    07:39
  • John Kirby: ‘Irresponsible’ for Putin to be ‘talking about the potential use of nuclear weapons’

    07:20

Senate intel vice chair on 'political interference' in Russia probe

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Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., Vice Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee expresses concerns about the White House influencing the GOP intelligence chairs to downplay the Russian probe.