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  • Stacey Abrams and the State of Georgia Politics

    08:00
  • Remembering Virgil Abloh

    05:41
  • Confronting a suicide crisis among teenagers of color

    07:09
  • New York City opens the nation's first overdose prevention center

    04:23
  • Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. Wade

    04:21
  • The Right's systematic takedown of democracy

    06:46
  • World Aids Day is December 1

    05:03
  • Jackson, Mississippi is facing a water crisis

    04:33
  • Howard University Students Struck Deal with Administration Over Horrific Living Conditions in Dorms

    06:07
  • Growing concern over new COVID variant as U.S. restricts travel from Southern Africa

    06:19
  • GOP ramps up efforts to distract voters as midterms draw near

    10:28
  • 2 men convicted of murdering Malcolm X are exonerated

    04:49
  • Sherrilyn Ifill and the Fight for Racial Justice

    09:53
  • The growing Asian American electorate is finding its power

    07:30
  • First Black woman Vice President faces rumors of "disarray" despite numerous successes

    07:36
  • The Thanksgiving history you've never heard

    02:48
  • "This is a game changer." Congressman Jamaal Bowman celebrates the House passing Build Back Better

    07:28
  • Beto O'Rourke announces his candidacy for governor of Texas in 2022 

    07:02
  • As supply chain woes continue, truck industry faces shortage of workers

    05:13
  • You're 'Woke'? Ok, Boomer.

    08:23

The fight to spare death row inmate Julius Jones

06:02

Julius Jones was only 19 years old when he was sentenced to death for a murder he says he didn't commit. Oklahoma's Pardon and Parole board has recommended clemency for Jones. Now, his fate is in the hands of Governor Kevin Stitt.