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  • David Brooks: Conservatism was about humility and moral formation

    09:35
  • Young Democrats are more likely to despise the other party, according to polling

    07:05
  • 'We do have a rule of law here': Why Justice Dept. should act if Meadows ignores subpoena

    11:32
  • Rep. Omar on calls for ‘condemnation and punishment’ for Lauren Boebert’s racist, anti-Muslim comments

    08:01
  • ‘Shameless:’ Republicans tout funding that passed with zero GOP votes

    02:44
  • ‘Professional troll’: Hayes on what Devin Nunes quitting Congress says about GOP

    08:10
  • Republicans trash Hollywood while running celebrity candidates

    03:41
  • Trump, supporters not willing to risk 2024 outcome with a fair election

    05:10
  • Trump's 'propaganda ecosystem' priming supporters for violence: Gellman

    07:30
  • In odd career move, Devin Nunes announces abrupt departure from Congress 

    03:04
  • Joy Reid slams Republicans who seem to lionize gun worshippers and lethal shooters

    02:27
  • MAGA era reckoning: White nationalists march at Lincoln Memorial

    06:38
  • Trump's media conspiracy destroyed: Biden covered more negatively

    05:52
  • Chris Hayes: David Perdue’s governor bid is about one thing and one thing only

    08:47
  • Can both the Dems and Republicans get their houses in order?

    10:10
  • 'An embodiment of a great part of the American story'

    11:16
  • Extremists have taken over the Republican Party

    08:48
  • 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

Perry defends himself from abuse of power charges

02:04

Texas Gov. Rick Perry defended his actions related to the abuse of power charges against him, telling reporters outside his court appearance, “I stand behind that veto and I would make that veto again.”