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

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

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

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  • 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

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

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

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  • '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

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As HHS tent city filled with kids, Azar left for college reunion

24:50

Rachel Maddow reports that HHS Secretary Alex Azar, whose purview includes the facilities housing separated migrant kids whose parents can't find them, skipped out for his college reunion on the day after his agency build a tent city in Texas to house migrant children taken from their parents.