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  • ​​WNBPA Exec. Director: ‘Hopeful’ Griner will be detained in Moscow ‘where her team can get to her’

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  • Brittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prison on drug charges

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  • Russia deal could mean freedom for Griner

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  • WNBPA Exec. Director: ‘We’re supporting any and everything’ to bring Griner and other detainees home

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  • Blinken: ‘Substantial proposal’ made to Russia for release of Britney Griner and Paul Whelan

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  • Brittney Griner appears in court

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Lawrence: The worst day of the Trump presidency

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Donald Trump just lived through the darkest day he's experienced in the White House as former FBI Director James Comey called him and his spokespeople liars. Lawrence O'Donnell explains how Comey's rationale for keeping memos is because of Trump's history of lying.