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    Welcome, Alex Wagner! What a time to host a prime time news show!

    04:29
  • Prosecutors ‘looking to indict’ Giuliani in GA election probe, says fmr. prosecutor

    03:52
  • 'It just keeps getting worse': Why Trump's legal troubles are growing

    04:14
  • DOJ filing shows Mar-a-Lago search is part of ongoing criminal investigation

    04:53
  • Lawrence: DOJ moves to protect its witnesses against Trump

    06:27
  • Trump 'lies' on declassification show 'desperation' fmr. Trump aides says

    04:46
  • ‘America’s mayor’ Giuliani now criminal target in Georgia election probe

    07:44
  • A year since the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan, country in economic shambles

    09:01
  • Why August 8 could become a hinge point in U.S. history

    06:32
  • Liz Cheney battles to win re-election in Wyoming as some call her 'traitor'

    05:11
  • What a president can and can't do in removing protections for secrets

    07:06
  • David French: Far-right media intentionally whipping up far-right public into a fervor

    10:07
  • Matt Lewis: It's time for the GOP to go nuclear and dump Trump

    05:46
  • Men and fathers are shifting toward Dems since May, polling shows

    04:09
  • Peter Strzok: The FBI isn't targeting one side or the other

    06:30
  • Joe: FBI is trying to protect Americans by keeping classified documents classified

    07:38
  • Former national security adviser puts cold water on Trump's document claims

    08:58
  • Joe: Trump keeps going through the lies on Mar-a-Lago documents

    06:43
  • Why the Mar-a-Lago search is unlikely to affect the Jan. 6 investigation

    03:22
  • People Need to Stop Calling Right-Wing Extremism a “Civil War,” says Yale Professor

    07:28

'Never, ever give up or give in': Remembering John Lewis as his words echo in the Capitol

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Rep. John Lewis leaves this world at a time when millions are living out his advice to cause “Good Trouble” by protesting and resisting injustice. As he laid in state at the U.S. Capitol on Monday, his colleagues commemorated his lifelong struggle for civil rights in general and voting rights in particular. Here’s some reflections on the man known as the “Conscience of Congress.”