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    Tight-knit Latino community mourning together in Uvalde

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  • Uvalde's Justice of the Peace on identifying victims of school shooting

    07:25
  • March for Our Lives Co-Founder on Uvalde elementary school shooting

    04:01
  • South Texas community responds to blood shortage with donations after school shooting

    02:05
  • Uvalde, TX parent on shooting: "This is not how I wanted my community to be remembered"

    04:53
  • Schumer calls on lawmakers to reduce 'plague of gun violence'

    02:51
  • Jacob Soboroff on judge's decision to block Biden admin. from lifting Title 42 

    02:55
  • Dr. Uché Blackstock on monkeypox: "The data is reassuring"

    03:36
  • Founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America on burn pit legislation

    03:03
  • Fmr. Asst. U.S. Attorney on OK's bill that would ban abortion after "fertilization"

    04:48
  • Business Insider columnist on Wall Street's impending 'summer from hell'

    03:25
  • TX restaurant owner hands out free baby formula to those in need

    04:01
  • FDA commissioner testifies on national baby formula shortage

    01:48
  • Fmr. U.S. Attorney in Michigan on the suspension of 91-year-old abortion ban

    03:38
  • Tim Miller: "This is still very much Donald Trump's party"

    04:20
  • U.S. Combat Veteran on providing medical and military training to Ukrainian soldiers

    03:08
  • HHS Secretary: Supply will be available when manufacturers can guarantee safety

    03:01
  • Sen. Gillibrand: Organize, speak out, decry this injustice, and demand justice

    07:04
  • Photos show Kathy Barnette marching at Capitol on Jan. 6

    02:30
  • Fmr. Ukraine MP on first war crimes trial: "They have to pay the price"

    03:49

Internal med. physician predicts increase in mental health issues due to coronavirus

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Internal Medicine Physician, Dr. Lipi Roy, joins MSNBC's Craig Melvin as the doctor on duty and reacts to a recent Monmouth University study that says about 1 in 14 Americans have had a family member diagnosed with the coronavirus.