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    The forgotten people of Syria

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  • New details on Trump attempts to overturn 2022 highlight how much work there is to be done

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  • Mo Amer talks comedy in the time of Covid

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  • GA State Rep. Bee Nguyen: "Republicans aren’t slowing down on their assault against our democracy”

    04:57
  • U.S. marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as battle over voting rights continues

    04:29
  • The Gaslighting GOP

    03:38
  • The blatant hypocrisy of tennis ace Novak Djokovic

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  • “Don’t Look Up” smashes Netflix records as it takes on Climate change deniers

    07:06
  • DOJ unveils new domestic terrorism unit

    06:17
  • Anti-democracy in America

    06:50
  • One year later: Freshman lawmaker recounts her experience inside the Capitol on Jan. 6

    06:45
  • Family of Rosanne Boyland still searching for answers 1 year after January 6th

    12:47
  • Kazakhstan's President gives “shoot to kill” order as political chaos grows

    02:28
  • Actor Martin Kove on the success of “Cobra Kai” and the age of nostalgia in Hollywood

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  • Fmr. Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) on DOJ’S Jan. 6th probe: “This is a monstrous investigation.”

    07:04

Shock and relief after Arbery’s killers found guilty, but still work to be done

08:25

Three men were found guilty of felony murder and other crimes in the fatal 2020 shooting of Ahmaud Arbery. Although video of the incident painted a damning picture of what went down that day, the verdicts are still somewhat shocking – and even borderline miraculous. MSNBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin speaks to MSNBC Daily columnist Zach Stafford about the verdicts and the work that is still to be done.