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    Supreme Court’s latest radicalization goes far beyond abortion rights

    08:00
  • The threat to abortion access in purple states

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  • The latest increase in anti-LGBTQ legislation is taking a toll on queer youth

    04:30
  • MN Attorney General vows to protect abortions rights in his state

    07:03
  • The conspiratorial homophobia of 2022 is deeply rooted in American history

    06:45
  • Will SCOTUS make good on Justice Thomas’ threat to “reconsider” landmark cases like Griswold and Obergefell?

    09:12
  • What the Supreme Court’s concealed carry decision means for the future of gun legislation

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  • Rep. Peter Welch (D-VT) on the DOJ’s expanding investigation into the Capitol attack

    06:55
  • Just how many Republicans requested a pardon after the Capitol insurrection?

    06:12
  • How Roe’s reversal will impact incarcerated women

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  • Inside Trump’s Arizona pressure campaign

    05:14
  • Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-OH) on landmark new gun legislation and calls for an abortion “national emergency”

    07:28
  • After Roe Ruling, Other Constitutional Rights Could Be Next

    08:04
  • Queer Americans are facing a surge of attacks across the country

    06:22
  • Abortion restrictions put Black women in jeopardy

    05:24
  • Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL) previews fourth hearing of the January 6th Committee and Trump’s pressure campaign to overturn his 2020 election loss

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  • A class-action lawsuit seeks to bar religious schools from collecting federals funds if they discriminate against LGBTQ students

    05:59
  • Biden says recession is “not inevitable,” a majority of Americans disagree

    09:44
  • Former VP Mike Pence faced a pressure campaign from Trump

    09:09
  • Former Philadelphia City Commissioner on Trump’s false claims of 8,000 dead voters casting ballots in 2020

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AKA sorority sisters from Howard University celebrate Kamala Harris

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Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris will be both the first woman and the first woman of color to be sworn into the second highest office in the country. Tiffany Cross speaks with Harris’ Alpha Kappa Alpha line sisters about this historical moment. AKA was the first black Greek sorority, founded over 100 years ago on the campus of Howard University—a prominent HBCU.