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    How to understand the New York investigations of and cases against Donald Trump

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  • Criminal case against Trump Org goes to jury; NYDA probe of Trump adds fmr. DOJ prosecutor

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  • Right-wing, domestic terror eyed in N.C. infrastructure sabotage as facts remain elusive

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  • Arizona GOP election rejecting zeal could boomerang on party's candidates

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  • Republican leader Trump's dinner with racist forces reckoning for normal Americans

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  • China experiencing rare outbreak of pro-freedom protests

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  • Dinner with Trump boosts fringe racist into mainstream GOP politics

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  • Co-Owners of Club Q discuss aftermath of mass shooting

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  • Lessons from a World War II scandal that put the Justice Department to the test.

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  • Former chief of staff levels another abuse of power accusation at Trump

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  • Narrow margin of control risks House gridlock; legislation not a GOP priority anyway

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  • Schumer looking to 'get things done' as Senate Majority Leadership is extended

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  • Every vote matters. Just ask Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

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  • Early numbers suggest Trump is a burden on the ballot

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  • Right wing fixates on Arizona with online misinformation

    05:10
  • Despite close polls, GOP media-driven expectations set up outrage if Republicans lose

    02:05
  • In some states, slow count is a feature not a bug

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  • What accounts for the GOP 'candidate quality' crisis in 2022?

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  • Piecing together burnt bits of evidence in Episode 5 of Rachel Maddow Presents: Ultra

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  • Right-wing resists facts about extremist violence to preserve identity of victimhood

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Rubio backs bill that would raise drug prices; odd move for an election year in Florida

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Rachel Maddow reports on the extreme popularity of allowing the federal government to negotiate drug prices that helped the Democrats turn the policy into law. Popularity that makes it hard to understand why Republicans are pushing a bill to reverse the law, effectively raising drug prices in an election year.