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    Dahlia Lithwick: SCOTUS is ‘squandering’ its credibility

    08:12
  • Jan. 6 committee puts the ball in Pat Cipollone’s court

    08:28
  • Andrew Weissmann: DOJ should be pressing for corroboration of Hutchinson testimony

    09:38
  • Trump was ‘sending a loaded missile to the Capitol’ says Wash Post’s Carol Leonnig

    07:52
  • Fmr. 1/6 committee advisor: 'I don’t think the American public has seen anything yet'

    05:27
  • Rep. Luria: Cassidy Hutchinson provided ‘damning’ testimony

    08:53
  • Kim Atkins Stohr: Uptick in abortions caused by bans being passed

    11:04
  • ‘Recently obtained evidence’ prompts new Jan. 6 hearing

    06:51
  • Rep. Dean: Rights of women were overturned by ‘a corruptly seated majority’ on SCOTUS

    08:10
  • Claire McCaskill: States with abortion bans will have ‘government mandates on steroids’

    04:29
  • Katyal: Trump's treatment of the DOJ akin to a 'third-rate dictator'

    04:06
  • Fred Guttenberg: What we hope to do ‘is nothing more than save lives’

    06:39
  • Judge upholds defamation suit against Fox Corp

    08:29
  • Denver Riggleman: 1/6 committee has 'made facts more attractive than fantasy'

    10:40
  • Mich. Secy. Of State: ‘All that stands between us and losing our democracy are people’

    05:23
  • Rep. Luria: Pressure on state election officials culminated in pressure at the Capitol

    10:07
  • Matt Dowd warns: TX is showing what happens if democracy is dismantled

    08:17
  • David Jolly: The 1/6 committee has ‘isolated Trump as the bad actor’

    09:44
  • Jan. 6 committee cooperating with DOJ on transcripts

    11:38
  • Rep. Murphy: We came ‘perilously close to losing our democracy’

    08:19

Ben Rhodes: The Jan 6th insurrection was a ‘terrorist attack on the heart of American democracy’

03:22

Former deputy national security advisor to President Obama, Ben Rhodes, speaks about the violent nature of the January 6th insurrection, and the how Republicans are “far more afraid of calling out and confronting that mob… than defending their own workplace”