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    Georgia judge approves request for grand jury in Trump election interference probe

    07:49
  • Senators move forward with Electoral Count Act update

    07:47
  • Sarah Palin tests positive for Covid, postponing libel trial against Times

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  • 'A love letter to a country that doesn't love the rest of us back'

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  • U.S. Surgeon General: Politicization and misinformation two barriers in fighting pandemic

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  • Mayor Adams: NYC's plan against violence balances intervention and prevention

    10:59
  • 'This is me restoring history': Questlove on his acclaimed 'Summer of Soul'

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  • Arizona Democratic Party board votes to censure Sen. Sinema

    05:47
  • Deadly shooting of NYPD officer leaves city looking for answers

    11:22
  • Foreign Affairs member: 'All options' on the table for defending democracy in Ukraine

    07:09
  • Biden considering moving troops, warships to Eastern Europe

    11:26
  • One of the worst weeks for Trump

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  • 'As bad as it gets': Trump took hits from all sides this week. What hurt him most?

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  • Florida health official put on leave after promoting Covid vaccines 

    12:41
  • He lost everyone he knew due to his obsession with QAnon. Then came Jan. 6.

    06:20
  • Biden disappointed but not deterred after Senate fails to pass voting rights reform

    07:32
  • Push Putin into accepting a diplomatic outcome in Ukraine, says security expert

    10:24
  • 'It will be a bloody conflict,' senator warns of possible Ukraine invasion

    08:33
  • White House chief of staff: We've had a year of historic accomplishment

    11:29
  • Mark Brzezinski sworn in as U.S. ambassador to Poland

    06:28

Job speech gives Obama a boost in new poll

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A new Ipsos/Reuters poll shows that President Obama's approval ratings rose to 47 percent after his jobs speech, but the same poll shows that 68 percent of respondents think the U.S. is on the wrong track. Vanity Fair's Carl Bernstein joins Morning Joe to make sense of the numbers.