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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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  • Rebuilding life in Ukraine as war stretches into third month

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

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  • The mainstreaming of the "Great Replacement" theory

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  • DOJ investigates Buffalo shooting as a hate crime

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  • 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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  • Gunman Kills 10 in Buffalo, NY in “Racially Motivated Hate Crime”

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  • After a Big Week in DC, Trump Loyalists Feel the Squeeze

    08:20
  • The apparent overturn of Roe is just the beginning of conservatives’ war on privacy rights

    06:29
  • Did conservative Supreme Court justices lie to Congress on their views of Roe v. Wade?

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  • Rep. Nanette Barragán on leaked SCOTUS draft opinion and the midterms: “It definitely raises the stakes.”

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  • Biden changes tone calling MAGA the most "extreme political movement in history"

    08:46
  • Canadian officials: Americans seeking access to abortion are welcome

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  • Leaked Supreme Court draft sparks new fears

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  • Oath Keepers tried to phone Trump on January 6th

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  • The Story of Mississippi’s last Abortion Clinic

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Texas Democrat on the hypocrisy of state GOP election officials

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The controversial voting laws passed by Texas Republicans last year prohibit local election officials from encouraging vote by mail and make it a felony to send out mail-in ballot applications to people who did not request them. But that didn’t stop G.O.P. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick from sending a mass mailing to thousands of Republican voters across the state that encouraged them to vote by mail and included unsolicited applications for mail-in ballots. MSNBC’S Michael Steele spoke to Chris Hollins, the former elections chief in Harris County, Texas about the hypocrisy by the state G.O.P. and the ways new state law could affect voter access to the polls.