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    Joe: If there was a time in Michigan to send a message to Biden, this was it

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  • 'God Save Texas' trilogy shows the complexity of the state

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  • 'There is no link to Joe Biden': House Dem slams GOP impeachment inquiry

    05:15
  • 'American Woman' looks at first ladies from Clinton to Biden

    07:18
  • 'Really creepy': Former Australian PM on Trump's admiration for Putin

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  • 'It would be a disaster for everyone': Should Biden debate Trump? 

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  • Sen. Manchin says term limits the key to 'performance' in Congress

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  • What brought more than 100,000 to cast 'uncommitted' votes in Michigan

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  • 100K+ Michiganders vote for 'uncommitted' over Biden

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  • 'These aren't good numbers': Warning signs emerge for Trump after Michigan

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  • Steve Kornacki: What drove Trump's win, Haley's slipping in Michigan

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  • 'Wouldn't put money on' Florida, Georgia cases happening before election, legal experts predict

    11:09
  • Forbes, Know Your Value welcomes Mona Kattan and Alia Bhatt to 30/50 Summit

    02:50
  • Prosecution for 'simply trying to have a family' is a 'real fear': HHS Secy. on IVF ruling 

    04:42
  • One in six men, ages 16-29, say 'feminism has done more harm than good,' study shows

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  • 'He thinks he's winning': Lawmaker says Putin's betting on U.S. 'dysfunctional politics'

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  • Gov. Whitmer: 'Elections are always close in Michigan, this year will be no different.'

    07:13
  • Hoekstra vs. 'Complete Wacko': Michigan’s chaotic GOP leadership battle

    03:24
  • Arab and Muslim American voters ’aren't going to forget what’s happening' in Gaza

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  • Willie Geist 'hits the big time' in Curb Your Enthusiasm 

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Adm. James Stavridis: The storm clouds are rising for Vladimir Putin

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov addressed the Security Council on Thursday, just days after world leaders took subtle and not-so-subtle shots at Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.  Meanwhile, Russians rush to leave the country amid Vladimir Putin's 'partial mobilization' call.  Adm. James Stavridis and NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell weigh in.