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    Electoral act reform picks up support; Sen. Romney says he never got call on Biden election reform

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  • We're looking to get back to status quo on voting rights, says professor

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  • 'Part of a much larger conspiracy': Investigation into 16 Michigan Republicans

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  • Jon Meacham: MLK legacy should be an inspiration to keep moving

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  • Carole King: 'The forest service is not serving the forest — It's serving the timber industry'

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  • Djokovic 'making a mockery' of Australian Open after visa revoked, again

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  • Joe responds to Lindsey Graham's Trump flip-flop: 'These guys are out of their minds'

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  • Carl Bernstein: McCarthy, most other Republicans are ‘cravenly’ supporting sedition

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  • ‘Height of cynicism’: Why Joe thinks Kyrsten Sinema ‘smacks of bad faith’

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  • Trump criticizes politicians who play shy about booster shots

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  • Eric Holder on the battle against gerrymandering voting districts

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  • Why Biden's Bull Connor reference felt 'out of character'

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  • Lindsey Vonn: Important for me to learn who I was outside of skiing

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  • Secretary of State: My strong hope is Russia will take the path of diplomacy and dialogue

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  • Marking one year of Kevin McCarthy's hypocrisy

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  • Rep. Val Demings: Law enforcement has a responsibility to get vaccinated

    08:52
  • James Patterson and Mike Lupica team up for 'The Horsewoman'

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  • Joe: It all comes down to ‘The Big Grift'

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  • Sen. Murphy: We need to restore the filibuster to what people think it is

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Evidence doesn't support claims, writes Rachel Mitchell

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No reasonable prosecutor would bring sexual assault charges against Kavanaugh based on the public evidence, prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, whom Republicans hired to ask the questions during last week's Senate hearing, said in a memo to senators.