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    The Fourth January Sixth Committee Hearing

    11:10
  • Sen. Warnock: ‘A vote is a kind of prayer’ for the world we desire

    07:01
  • Velshi: U.S. political parties are not equal participants in the democratic process

    03:20
  • How Congressional Black Caucus chair Rep. Beatty reacts to Secretary Miguel Cardona’s statements on the Biden administration student loan debt relief plan.

    04:14
  • When will congress act to preserve the right to vote?

    09:25
  •  Mary Trump on her plan to combat the ‘MAGA Party’

    10:19
  • GOP voters angry about abortion in jeopardy 

    08:23
  • 'Unequal' looks at moments of injustice in U.S. history

    04:12
  • Trump-backed election deniers running for state office

    08:01
  • Sharpton: "Governor Ron DeSantis seems so determined to be the next "Donald Trump"

    02:56
  • Charlie Crist: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"

    08:45
  • 'This is about the constitution disqualifying her' Breaking down Rep. Greene's lawsuit

    04:58
  • Marc Morial Analyzes the National Urban League Report on the State of Black America

    11:51
  • Sharpton: 'Those Who Ignore History Are Doomed to Repeat It'

    02:25
  • TX voter suppression comes to fruition

    06:56
  • Will Texas Election Laws affect turnout?

    07:10
  • Ohio redistricting at a halt

    06:41
  • Will AG Garland protect voting rights?

    10:55
  • Republicans see early success at damaging elections with new voting restrictions

    06:07
  • Early voting begins in Texas

    08:13

State officials fighting bogus third party 'audits'; Need for federal response grows

07:51

Rachel Maddow looks at how the clumsy, destructive Arizona ballot "audit" is inspiring other Trump supporters to try to seize control of local ballots and voting equipment as local officials try to enforce laws against election tampering by random private groups, and suggests that now would be a good time for Kristen Clarke, newly sworn in head of the DOJ's Civil Rights Division to step in with a federal response.