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  • Jan. 6th Committee finds Trump White House metadata on letter pressing Georgia on election

    03:35
  • Fifth Amendment pleas, White House metadata redraw picture of January 6 investigation

    11:52
  • January 6th Committee encounters questions of criminality while following evidence

    04:40
  • As arsenal for fighting Covid comes together, anti-vaxxers are literally eating dirt

    10:19
  • January 6 Committee anticipates 'multiple weeks' of hearing next year

    01:37
  • Women terrorized by Trump, right-wing media file lawsuit over election lies

    05:10
  • Stacey Abrams sees reason for hope on voting rights

    02:55
  • 'Something went on that's illegal': Former Trump DOJ official to invoke Fifth Amendment

    05:10
  • Abortion case in simple terms: government control of women's bodies

    03:09
  • Supreme Court faces credibility crisis as anti-abortion justices set to fulfill purpose

    08:07
  • Anti-abortion Supreme Court justices unconvincing with neutrality feint

    03:28
  • U.S. women's reproductive rights at stake as Supreme Court to hear 'biggest case in years'

    07:59
  • As courts indulge Trump stall tactic, January 6th Committee investigation presses ahead

    06:35
  • Biden signs veterans' maternal health law as Underwood's 'Momnibus' gains support

    05:22
  • Archive: U.S. House of Representatives begins televising proceedings

    02:05
  • OK national guard members have most to lose in governor's stand-off stunt with Pentagon

    03:36
  • 'We have the tools to handle this': Health officials brace for Omicron variant

    09:59
  • Infighting among QAnon luminaries roils delusional movement

    06:24
  • Missouri gives Strickland his freedom, but no compensation for decades lost in prison

    02:23
  • Accountability for Arbery killing overcomes local politics

    05:15

After SCOTUS bid, one last act for anti-democracy Republicans to try to install Trump

02:17

Rep. Jamie Raskin describes the last step in the election process before inauguration in which Republicans in Congress will have a chance to object to the counting of electors on January 6th. That scheme, however, if it is deployed, is still unlikely to overturn Donald Trump's losing bid for reelection.

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