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    “The Republicans are going to do everything they can to harm the [Biden] Admin."

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  • Gov. Phil Murphy talks National Governors Association, New Jersey, & GOP priorities

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  • State Attorneys General Panel on Police Reform, Election Integrity, Abortion

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  • House Republican Priorities Take Shape

    08:33
  • Biden sees big economic wins this week

    07:45
  • Tyre Nichols' killing reignites calls for federal police reform

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  • Vice President Harris speaks on 50th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

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  • NM Secretary of State on the rise of political violence 

    08:19
  • California’s extreme weather undeniably connected to climate change

    06:50
  • Trump’s troubles mount as special counsel ramps up investigation

    11:29
  • GOP distracts from unpopular agenda with culture war fantasies

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  • Democrats grow frustrated with White House response to Biden documents probe

    04:26
  • Freshman Rep. Daniel Goldman reflects on a chaotic first few days in office

    09:53
  • Rep. Lloyd Doggett blasts the House GOP’s marathon Speaker debacle

    11:18
  • Michigan AG Nessel re-opens case into Trump fake electors in state

    02:30
  • Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel on the chaos within the GOP and election denialism

    07:16
  • Why Can’t Republicans Quit Donald Trump?

    09:56
  • Rep. Gerry Connolly: “Donald Trump has to face his reckoning.”

    09:06
  • Kevin McCarthy’s path to Speaker is in peril

    08:08
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Jury finds Oath Keepers’ Stewart Rhodes guilty of seditious conspiracy

09:17

This week, a jury found Oath Keepers’ founder Stewart Rhodes guilty of seditious conspiracy for his involvement in the January 6th attack at the Capitol. It’s the first conviction of its kind in decades. And, the white gunman who killed 10 Black people at a Buffalo, New York supermarket earlier this year pleaded guilty to domestic terrorism charges. MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin unpacked the significance of these charges amid the rise in white nationalism with New York Times contributor Katherine Stewart and cultural critic Rich Benjamin.