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    Fmr. FBI Director Comey: Trump ‘represents a serious threat to the rule of law’

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  • Stacey Abrams follows up first thriller with second novel, 'Rogue Justice'

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  • Neal Katyal: Jack Smith investigation is ‘Trump’s worst nightmare’

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  • WSJ: DOJ Special counsel wrapping up docs probe

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  • Capitol Police officer Harry Dunn on finding accountability post Jan. 6: 'Victims deserve justice'

    10:44
  • Rep. Connolly: FBI agents testifying were there to ‘fulfill a conspiratorial narrative’

    10:10
  • Rep. Dan Goldman calls the Durham Report ‘an embarrassment’

    11:59
  • Rubin: Trump not doing himself any favors with recent comments on investigations

    02:16
  • Fears rise after rampage inside Rep. Gerry Connolly's district office

    09:19
  • Rudy Giuliani accused of offering to sell Trump pardons

    07:19
  • Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez talk grieving post-pandemic with re-release of film 'The Way'

    09:09
  • Andrew Weissmann on the Durham Probe: There is no ‘there’ there

    11:57
  • New lawsuit alleges social media platforms helped radicalize Buffalo shooter

    07:23
  • Longtime friend of E. Jean Carroll reacts to verdict: 'It was very, very moving'

    11:50
  • Rep. Torres: Santos ‘has a shamelessness matched only by Trump’

    09:07
  • Sen. Whitehouse on Justice Thomas ethics scandal: 'We need honest courtrooms'

    10:22
  • Jury finds Trump liable for sexual abuse and defamation

    09:30
  • TX State Rep. Johnson: People prefer to protect guns and not people

    08:12
  • DOJ intensifies efforts to determine if Trump hid documents

    06:34

Back to policies of cruelty and fear, and no movement on gun control

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Washington Post’s Phil Rucker, former congresswoman Donna Edwards, former congressman David Jolly, and NPR’s Maria Hinojosa on how two weeks after the shooting in El Paso the president muddies his stance on gun control and the Trump administration returns to its focus on targeting Latino migrants