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

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  • Supreme Court overturns ‘Roe,’ puts women’s health at risk

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  • Inside the 'Roe' decision: Why Alito's ruling can't be taken at face value 

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  • AOC: Supreme Court 'chose to endanger the lives of all women'

    02:11
  • House passes bipartisan gun legislation

    01:32
  • Exposed: Trump tried to put coup plotter in charge of DOJ

    07:29
  • DOJ eyes Trump after feds raid Trump ally, seize phones

    03:11
  • Trump’s coup ‘smoking gun’: DOJ vet says Trump’s ‘at the center’ of ‘criminal conspiracy’

    09:09
  • Highlights from Jan. 6 committee hearing with Justice Department officials

    03:24
  • Kinzinger: 'Allegation of a stolen election was a lie'

    04:42
  • Cheney speaks to Trump supporters in hearing closing statement

    01:33
  • DOJ officials warned Trump over mass resignations if Clark became attorney general

    04:18
  • Jan. 6 committee plays video of staffers identifying Republicans who asked for pardons

    04:22
  • 'He's not competent': Donoghue warned Trump against appointing Jeffrey Clark as acting attorney general

    02:38
  • Rosen on Clark taking over DOJ: 'I wasn’t going to accept being fired by my subordinate'

    01:22
  • Former DOJ official says Trump's draft lawsuit to Supreme Court was 'meritless'

    02:09
  • 'Pure insanity': Donoghue speaks out on Italian vote switching conspiracy theory during Jan 6 hearing

    05:15
  • Former acting AG Rosen told Trump Justice Department could not seize voting machines

    01:46
  • Committee describes New Year's Eve meeting with Trump to pressure for election of special counsel

    01:51
  • Committee shows texts between Perry and Meadows about elevating Clark

    01:32

GOP making it harder to ‘participate in democracy,’ says MI election official

04:45

Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says the rush by Republicans to pass voter suppression bills has resulted in “really bad election policy across the country.” After the “highly accessible” elections of 2020, Benson tells Ali Velshi “there’s nothing about these bills that make elections any more secure, but there’s a whole lot of data to show these policies will make it a lot more difficult for people to vote.”