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    Russia outlaws independent journalism outlet Meduza

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  • Fallout continues for responders tied to Tyre Nichols killing

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  • Trump Stormy Daniels payment case resumes beyond reach of Bill Barr's obstacles

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  • Senior FBI counterintel official charged for work helping Russian oligarch Deripaska

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  • Exclusive: Rep. Santos describes assassination attempt, mugging in new video

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  • Mississippi, Alabama still celebrating Confederate general on MLK Day

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  • GOP, embracing extremists and facing investigations, attacks law and ethics enforcement

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  • Exiting Biden Covid science officer hails vaccine success

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  • New book shows how journalists exposed frighteningly invasive spyware 

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  • U.S. far right becomes shameful model for anti-democracy insurrectionists

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  • Brazil sends crucial message with quick arrest of rioters

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  • House GOP wants Jordan-led committee to oversee active federal criminal investigations

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  • Details of Biden classified documents story deflate right-wing 'whataboutism' 

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  • Media largely ignores Trump press event, but not his newly released tax returns

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  • Jan. 6 Committee hopes to protect witnesses, evidence ahead of GOP takeover of House

    05:02
  • Weakness of McCarthy support already compromising GOP; threatens House functioning

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  • Trump insiders knew power grab schemes were a 'crock,' Jan. 6 transcripts show 

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  • 'Profoundly productive' Democratic Congress closes with admirable record

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  • Jan. 6 committee directs DOJ to further evidence beyond their reach and names names

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Once upon a time, investigator and A.G. emphasized credibility

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Rachel Maddow reminds viewers of how Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski and Attorney General William Saxbe made a point of emphasizing their independence from Richard Nixon while he was being investigated, when Nixon had given Americans reason not to trust his appointees.