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    The Far-Right Moms Fighting the School Board Wars

    18:38
  • Progressive Rising Star on Leaving Congress

    13:35
  • Here’s Why FTX Collapsed — and Why it Matters

    18:05
  • Inside China’s Draconian 'Zero-Covid' Policy

    13:40
  • The Hypocrisy of the GOP’s Obsession with ‘Groomers’

    04:07
  • Trump's Problematic Dinner With Ye and Nick Fuentes

    16:37
  • Sinema's Power Over Senate Dems May Be Nearing End

    12:04
  • Will Global Protests for Women's Rights Be Enough to Overturn Iran's Regime?

    10:18
  • Rep. Barbara Lee calls Trump’s meeting with a white supremacist “shameful” but “not surprising”

    10:37
  • The ongoing fight for women’s rights

    02:51
  • Sharpton: "This is what true community looks like to those of us raised in the mindset and tradition that service is power"

    02:17
  • Human Rights Campaign president: ‘Our sense of safety has been stolen’

    04:28
  • GOP lawmakers criticize Trump for having dinner with notorious white supremacist

    04:07
  • Childcare advocates push for more to be done for families

    04:09
  • Jan. 6 committee to release all evidence collected

    03:33
  • 'It’s beyond Trump': Testing the MAGA factor in Rep. McCarthy’s Speaker bid and Georgia’s Senate race

    03:59
  • Barbara McQuade: Questioning Pence is ‘no-brainer’ for DOJ

    05:42
  • ‘None of us can come out until we feel safe’: LGBTQ+ community mourns those lost in Club Q attack

    03:26
  • ‘The problem is Republican silence’: What Trump’s legal and personal controversies mean for 2024

    07:02
  • Guardian reporter Hugo Lowell on where Trump investigations stand, from Special Counsel Jack Smith to the January 6th Committee.

    05:24

Virtual DNC to serve as time stamp for this moment in history

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Over thirty years after Geraldine Ferraro’s Vice Presidential nomination, history was made again with Kamala Harris. And when Harris accepted the Vice Presidential nomination, the first Black woman and Indian-American woman to do so, she did it during a virtual Democratic National Convention that will mark this strange yet evolving time in history. Brittney Cooper and Alexis Coe join MSNBC’s Alicia Menendez to discuss the implications of the history making week that was.