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    Search 'unprecedented' but 'all legal, all lawful' and it's 'not a raid': Former U.S. attorney

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  • Joe: This morning, we are reminded again in America no man is above the law

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  • The GOP's move to the extreme right goes back decades: Dana Milbank

    11:54
  • Paul Manafort doesn't apologize in first in-depth interview since prison

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  • Sen. Murphy: People's lives will get better because of this package

    08:48
  • Joe: This has been an extraordinarily successful two years legislatively

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  • Biden cleared for travel, public events after testing negative for Covid for second day

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  • 'Almost all' monkeypox spread from 'prolonged skin-to-skin contact', says WH Covid chief

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  • Joe: The Arizona GOP selected the most extreme slate of candidates

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  • White House declares monkeypox a public health emergency

    03:52
  • Biden administration racing to provide monkeypox vaccines, testing and treatments

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  • DOT seeks to tighten rules for airline refunds

    11:13
  • Joe: No doubt the message from Kansas reached Washington last night

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  • Energy Secretary addresses gas prices, accelerating move to clean energy

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  • John Kirby: The message to Al Qaeda has been clearly sent

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  • 'This investigator was offered evidence and turned it down': WaPo reporter

    05:48
  • 25th Amendment threat to Trump recalled as Jan. 6 probe meets with Cabinet members

    05:48
  • McFaul: Viktor Bout is a bad guy, but swap for Griner, Whelan serves U.S. interests

    05:47
  • Jonathan Lemire: How Republicans used the Big Lie as cover

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  • Biden 'incredibly encouraged' by deal on reconciliation package: WH

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Is the president above the law? Sarah Sanders hammered on pardon issue

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In the controversy over President Trump's tweet on self pardoning, NBC News' Peter Alexander pressed White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on whether he thinks he is above the law.