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    Brittney Griner’s WNBA coach reacts to Cherelle Griner’s call with President Biden: ‘Fantastic news.’

    11:30
  • Rev. Al Sharpton: Brittney Griner 'should not be a political pawn for anybody'

    07:11
  • Adm. Stavridis: Putin is turning Russia ‘into a terrorist state that takes hostages’

    02:59
  • Amb. McFaul supports U.S.-Russia prisoner swap: ‘I would take that trade.’

    04:22
  • Why Brittney Griner's arrest is about much more than Brittney Griner

    08:18
  • Former Olympic coach to WNBA star Brittney Griner: ‘We know that no one wins in a Russian court.’

    07:18
  • John Kirby: Finland, Sweden joining NATO direct outcome of Putin's threats

    05:07
  • West has to be clear about red lines in Ukraine, says analyst

    06:45
  • Putin's Russia preps for political stunt with trial of American Brittney Griner

    01:36
  • Poland sees Russia as a major threat, according to polling

    11:42
  • Brittney Griner's wife: 'My push is for Biden Administration to make a deal for BG' with Russia

    06:19
  • Pfizer to donate all profits from business in Russia to Ukrainian aid

    06:49
  • Pussy Riot founder debunks Putin’s new lie about Ukraine war

    07:26
  • Peskov: Americans captured in Ukraine ‘committed crimes’ against Russian forces

    06:42
  • Richard Haass: With military help, I think Ukraine can hold off the Russians

    07:57
  • Ben Rhodes: Zelenskyy shows the courage Putin doesn’t have

    03:17
  • Justice Department moves to seize planes owned by Russian oligarch

    02:28
  • Jane Harman: “Pres. Biden deserves a lot of credit for the renewal of NATO”

    06:20
  • U.N. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield on the war in Ukraine.

    04:46
  • 'It’s a grim situation': Russia’s war on Ukraine surpasses 100 days

    03:20

Rep. Maloney: 'The truth got back in the game'

04:35

Rep Sean Patrick Maloney said he was proud of the special counsel's performance at the hearing Thursday, and that Robert Mueller made significant points. "You could forgive him for thinking that the attorney general and Congress would care about" what he found in terms of obstruction, even if Mueller couldn't prosecute.