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  • Pennsylvania holds closely watched primary

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  • Buffalo victim advocated for stricter gun laws

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  • Joe: Talk about demographics is not the same as replacement theory

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Ukraine's prosecutor general investigates Russia's alleged war crimes

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Ukraine Prosecutor General Iryna Venediktova is investigating 8,000 war crimes allegedly committed by Russia during the invasion of Ukraine, and Venediktova discusses the possibility of holding Russia accountable.