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  • January 6th Committee encounters questions of criminality while following evidence

    04:40
  • Democracy under attack in Wisconsin

    11:58
  • Trump's GOP goes Seinfeld: Party about nothing 

    07:28
  • Sen. Kaine: Democrats need to go sell the economy

    10:56
  • Congress votes for short-term government funding

    05:59
  • Congress approves spending bill, avoids shutdown

    05:44
  • Dem Caucus Chair: Republicans are having a ‘complete and total meltdown’

    05:48
  • Chris Hayes: How much pro-life leaders actually care about life

    08:56
  • '1/6 Truthers': MSNBC's Ari Melber on MAGA's loser lies

    07:23
  • Rep. McCarthy said to be urging GOP members to stop infighting

    11:54
  • GOP Sen. Ron Johnson claims Dr. Fauci has overhyped omicron variant

    10:22
  • Trump held multiple events after testing positive for Covid

    08:18
  • Supreme Court faces credibility crisis as anti-abortion justices set to fulfill purpose

    08:07
  • Anti-abortion Supreme Court justices unconvincing with neutrality feint

    03:28
  • Trump DOJ official Clark informs Jan. 6 panel he will appear, plead Fifth

    02:56
  • Chris Hayes on fate of abortion rights: America is about to move backwards

    08:34
  • New Trump staff indictment? DOJ vet facing same contempt vote as Bannon

    08:50
  • Rev. Sharpton: Rep. McCarthy is not standing up against what is wrong

    08:59
  • New youth polling shows pessimism over state of U.S. democracy

    03:26
  • Bipartisan group seeks establishment of Covid-19 commission

    07:48

Marriage, Planned Parenthood move Bevin in Ky.

06:22

The Washington Post's James Hohmann joins Morning Joe along with Steve Kornacki to discuss the results of Kentucky's gubernatorial election, which found the state going red for the first time in four decades.