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    Former Trump Administration Official Miles Taylor Announces Departure From the GOP

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  • Former ICC Official: “it is challenging but not impossible” to hold leaders like Putin accountable

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  • Fmr. Secretary of Education calls GOP assault on education “deeply disturbing” 

    07:12
  • Trump allies Thomas Barrack and Steve Wynn in legal trouble

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  • Madison Cawthorn loses primary battle

    07:40
  • The January 6th Committee has key new evidence ahead of their public hearings

    07:28
  • U.S. Soccer reaches historic equal pay agreement

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  • Amnesty International Secretary General says overturning Roe will have global impact

    08:36
  • Progressive candidates secure primary wins despite dark money group spending

    07:30
  • The Right’s white violence problem

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  • The New Campaign Theme In Republican Primaries

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  • Early Lessons For Progressives In The 2022 Midterms

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  • Is Turkey Being The Joe Manchin Of NATO?

    09:40
  • Rebuilding life in Ukraine as war stretches into third month

    06:01
  • Buffalo shooting suspect's alleged manifesto cites racist conspiracy theories

    08:40
  • The mainstreaming of the "Great Replacement" theory

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  • DOJ investigates Buffalo shooting as a hate crime

    05:49
  • Thousands mourn veteran Al Jazeera journalist’s death in the West Bank

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  • Finland & Sweden look to join NATO

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  • Lawmakers under fire for inflation inaction

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Rep. Cicilline on Jan. 6 investigation: “No one in this country is above the law.”

09:19

Another day, another bombshell from the January 6th Committee. The New York Times is reporting that the panel has concluded it has enough evidence for a criminal referral of Donald Trump, but its leaders are split on whether to send that referral to the Justice Department. MSNBC’S Ayman Mohyeldin spoke to Representative David Cicilline (D-RI) about the latest developments in that investigation and what Democrats are doing to hold Justice Clarence Thomas accountable following conflict-of-interest accusations.