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    Ron Klain: President Biden and DeSantis working together to help people of Florida

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  • Fmr. Army counterintelligence agent played role in bringing migrants to Martha’s Vineyard

    07:45
  • Pete Strzok: ‘I’m really worried about where we’re headed’ on a path to violence

    07:11
  • DeSantis seeking storm aid he once opposed for other states

    04:50
  • WaPo: Trump team divided on Mar-a-Lago documents approach

    11:15
  • Denver Riggleman: The data shows the committee is in an incredibly strong position

    11:41
  • FEMA administrator: Hurricane Ian will leave ‘catastrophic footprint’

    05:48
  • Michael Cohen on Deadline White House – Part 2

    10:04
  • Michael Cohen on Deadline White House – Part 1

    11:18
  • ‘Better to be safe than sorry’: Tampa residents evacuate ahead of Hurricane Ian

    03:15
  • Texas’ top law enforcement officer doesn’t like when laws apply to him

    09:24
  • Postponed Jan. 6 hearing meant to be a reset for committee

    07:38
  • Protests sweep Iran following death of woman in police custody

    06:51
  • Trump's embrace and amplification of QAnon raises concerns

    08:33
  • Michael Cohen thinks criminal prosecutions are 'forthcoming' for Trump

    11:17
  • Rep. Zoe Lofgren: Committee will lay out more on Trump’s culpability

    11:56
  • GOP candidates have tricky relationships with the truth

    06:14
  • Trump tries a familiar defense with NY AG lawsuit: Throwing other people under the bus

    10:13
  • Miles Taylor: Trump seems to think his presidential powers continue

    10:17
  • Neal Katyal: Complaint from NY AG James has ‘devastating range’

    11:36

Stunning NYT report casts future of Mueller probe into question

08:13

NYT’s Mike Schmidt, former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance, former CIA, Pentagon Chief of Staff Jeremy Bash, former FBI assist. director Frank Figliuzzi, and WaPo WH bureau chief Phil Rucker on the likelihood of Rosenstein keeping his job, Mueller continuing investigation in the wake of the New York Times report