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    Joe: Indictment could be something that had to be done and we have crossed a line that could be dangerous

    08:52
  • The effort to defend Trump is very haphazard, says former federal prosecutor

    06:59
  • Ari Melber: Jack Smith hasn’t said a word and he has the whole country listening 

    09:39
  • A look back to 2019: Predicting Trump could run for re-election to shield himself

    05:39
  • Neal Katyal: Indictment makes clear no person can brazenly disregard the law without consequence

    07:02
  • Rep. Raskin: Trump has transformed Lincoln's party; he runs it like a religious cult

    06:29
  • Republican lawmakers react to Trump's indictment predictably

    03:48
  • Joe: Trump will now find out you can't bully federal judges or the feds themselves

    09:08
  • Ibram X. Kendi: When we assess structural racism, we are talking about groups not individuals

    06:26
  • Women are still pessimistic about the U.S. economy, polling shows

    04:01
  • 'You don't know anything about him': Evangelical voters on Mike Pence

    06:02
  • Most women believe menopause has negatively impacted work life: study

    08:43
  • Chris Christie says campaign will focus on Trump's presidential record

    05:17
  • House members seek sanctions on people involved in Iranian oil sales

    07:38
  • Andrew Weissmann: No question Trump will be charged, now a matter of 'when'

    03:43
  • Dave Aronberg: An indictment could be coming 'any day now'

    07:31
  • Pence weighs in on support for eventual GOP nominee: What it means

    07:02
  • Is Pence's speaking truth to power something to celebrate or criticize?

    10:07
  • What to look for if Trump is indicted by the DOJ

    01:41
  • Writer who left day job and traveled the country details experience in 'America the Beautiful?'

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Confusion over 'remain in Mexico' asylum plan

09:25

American authorities used tear gas on hundreds of migrants who tried to enter the United States illegally Sunday, prompting officials to shut down operations at the border crossing between this city and San Diego, one of the busiest in the world.