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    American women face new era of very big, invasive government

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  • Republican 40-year political project achieves goal with Supreme Court ending Roe v. Wade

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  • Republican Supreme Court could impose national abortion ban without help from electeds

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  • Despair won't stop Republicans seeking national abortion ban: Rep. Barbara Lee

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  • Thomas announces targeting of gay rights; tacit new direction to anti-abortion movement

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  • Abortion providers scramble to help women as state bans spread

    06:12
  • Threat of anti-abortion terrorism amplified as bans reduce number of providers

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  • Politicized Supreme Court oblivious to rulings' consequences for Americans

    02:17
  • January 6th hearing connects two major dots in Trump coup plot

    02:56
  • Clark caught in a contradiction: Why claiming the Fifth and privilege can't coexist

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  • DOJ officials spoke Trump's cynical language to head off coup plot

    02:49
  • Melber: January 6th hearings show Trump pushing voter fraud even as he complained about it

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  • Detailing crimes may have discouraged Trump from pardons, despite multiple requests

    11:37
  • Defense secretary called Italy to debunk ridiculous 'Italygate' conspiracy theory

    05:49
  • Open question after fifth hearing: Who installed Klukowski at DOJ?

    02:24
  • Six questions to help follow the January 6th investigation

    01:36
  • Trump's fake elector scheme becomes more than just a scandal

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  • Democratic donors back 2022 races to head off Trump 2024 plot

    06:29
  • 'A mob at your door': Pattern in Trump's pressure campaign emerges at January 6th hearings

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  • What we learned about Trump's fake elector scheme at the fourth January 6th hearing

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Two things to know about the DOJ and the potential release of the Trump prosecution memo

04:38

The wait for whether Merrick Garland would accept a judge's order to release the Bill Barr DOJ memo on whether to charge Donald Trump with obstruction of justice ended awkwardly, but as we now wait for the appeals process to play out, Rachel Maddow makes two key observations about where things stand so far.