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    Culture Topics of the Week

    06:29
  • Signage of the Inflation Reduction Act & Trump Investigations

    08:07
  • Digging into Criminal Investigations Surrounding Trump

    13:44
  • Impacts of the Student Loan Repayment Pause

    06:48
  • Discussing the Spike in Threats Against Law Enforcement

    09:17
  • The Race To Keep Political Power

    08:45
  • A Party Divided: The Consequences of Dangerous Right-Wing Rhetoric

    06:53
  • Discussing the House Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act

    05:11
  • Discussing the Dangerous Republican Rhetoric Against the DOJ

    06:38
  • Leisure and Hospitality Employees Discuss Employment Struggles

    07:26
  • Discussing the Historic Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act

    10:23
  • Breaking Down Viral Outbreaks

    06:37
  • Rep. Zoe Lofgren on Where the Jan. 6th Committee Investigation Stands Now

    04:36
  • Discussing the Passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and Political Headlines

    04:10
  • Political Panel Talks Midterm Election races and abortion rights

    09:00
  • Breaking down the Senate's final push to pass the Inflation Reduction Act

    06:16
  • Political Headlines: Nancy Pelosi in Taiwan, Killing of Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri

    06:30
  • LGBTQ+ Community under State-sponsored attack

    06:35
  • Beyond the Beltway: Issues Shaping the Biggest Races

    11:07
  • Suburban Mom Panel discuss midterm elections

    06:33

Mulvaney, Mnuchin and more: Top Trump officials cooperating with Jan. 6 panel

02:48

At least five members of former President Trump’s cabinet are in talks with the January 6 Committee, multiple outlets report. “Prosecutors know this feeling,” says former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance. “It’s the point in an investigation where the momentum switches, and everyone wants to come in.” She joins ProPublica reporter Andy Kroll and MSNBC’s Symone Sanders to discuss the new round of witnesses and whether the Justice Department can keep up.