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    U.S. reaches 600+ mass shootings for third year in a row

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  • Andrew Weissmann: Not necessary for special counsel ‘to be absolutely silent’

    10:44
  • Manhattan prosecutors again consider a path toward prosecuting Trump

    07:10
  • Tim Miller: ‘You shouldn’t have to be a hero at a gay bar’

    09:53
  • Mary McCord: Garland wants to assure charging decisions are made by career prosecutors

    07:34
  • Governors bring the MAGA culture wars into schools

    08:15
  • The end of an era in American politics: Pelosi steps down as leader of House Dems

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  • Rep. Kinzinger: Jan. 6 Committee's findings "blew away" own expectations

    11:15
  • Senate takes the first step in protecting marriage equality

    08:45
  • Pete Strzok: The national security concerns around Trump were not resolved

    08:26
  • Rep. Swalwell: The voters rejected violent rhetoric… that was on the ballot

    07:20
  • Jon Karl: Trump motivated to announce candidacy by fear of indictment

    11:29
  • New documents detail foreign government spending at Trump’s D.C. hotel

    05:47
  • Charlie Sykes: Trump has a ‘big loser label slapped on his forehead’

    07:37
  • Kara Swisher: I’ve ‘never seen anything’ like the chaos at Twitter

    07:34
  • AZ voting machine problems fuel right-wing election misinformation

    06:40
  • Ron Klain on midterms: "Voters want to protect democracy"

    10:08
  • Mallory McMorrow: Dobbs ‘felt like the last straw’ for voters

    08:44
  • DNC Chairman: T.V. ads don’t win close elections

    05:21
  • Frank Figliuzzi says he’s concerned about violence if vote counting goes into ‘overtime’

    09:24

Vice President Biden on AG Barr: This has been the greatest abuse of power I have ever seen

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2020 candidate Joe Biden discusses the calls for Attorney General Barr’s resignation, why he decided not to offer to testify in the impeachment trial, and his 2020 Democratic rivals as he looks ahead to the next two contests in Nevada and South Carolina