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    Kellyanne Conway sits for deposition with Jan. 6 committee

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  • Fmr. Impeachment Manager Rep. Diana DeGette weighs in on the final weeks of the Jan. 6 committee 

    05:43
  • NYT: Fmr. VP Pence considers speaking with DOJ about Jan. 6 Attack

    09:39
  • Trump braces: Tax returns going to Congress as Pence mulls DOJ interview

    09:56
  • 1/6 Cmte. has already written 8 chapters of final report says Hugo Lowell

    10:51
  • Trump’s legal issues mount

    08:21
  • Schiff: McCarthy’s speakership will be about satisfying the ‘QAnon caucus’

    07:16
  • Trump’s 2024 bid swayed Garland—but not in the way the ex-president hoped

    05:16
  • Nancy Pelosi steps down as House Speaker

    03:38
  • GOP projected to win House

    03:53
  • Trump's legal hellscape: DOJ vet on busting Jan. 6 subpoena delay tactic

    04:00
  • Election denier loses AZ Gov. race

    04:16
  • Frank Figliuzzi: Trump ‘thumbing his nose at the rule of law’ with suit to delay Jan. 6 subpoena

    05:01
  • Trump sues Jan. 6 committee to avoid testifying

    00:45
  • Raskin 'heartened' by midterm results; looks ahead on Jan. 6 Committee work

    08:32
  • Joe: You're the one who is sick if you don't feel pain for Pelosi and her family

    12:38
  • Jan. 6 Committee to hear more Secret Service testimony as new answers yield new questions

    03:07
  • Trump legal peril: Blows past Jan. 6 subpoena as DOJ eyes special counsel

    08:24
  • Stewart Rhodes testifies in Oath Keepers Jan. 6 trial

    03:46
  • Joe: GOP response to Pelosi attack shows the party's lack of humanity

    04:15

'Hitman' Trump: DC officer suggests Trump started MAGA riot as probe kicks off

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The first hearing for the House select committee investigating the January 6th Capitol Hill riot featured emotional testimony from four Capitol Police officers attacked by alleged “Trump-inspired” rioters. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber discusses the need for accountability and the committee’s full subpoena power.