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    It's hard to overstate MTG's threat to America — and she's the face of today's GOP

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  • Serial liar George Santos fits right in with the modern GOP

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  • Why democracy (and the 2024 presidential elex) is already on the ballot

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  • Indiana mayor admits he was impaired after car accident

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  • Mehdi Hasan tallies Trump’s lies, excuses in wake of FBI search at Mar-a-Lago

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  • Progressives find some primary success despite uphill battle against PAC money 

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  • Iraq war haunts George W. Bush in speech gaffe

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  • The man who helped catch NYC's subway shooter suspect

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  • Mehdi Hasan introduces you to Putin’s favorite fascist philosopher

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  • Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas hospitalized with flu-like symptoms

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  • Sen. Warren is glad Joe Biden is dealing with Russia right now

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  • Bob Saget dies at age 65

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  • Nikole Hannah-Jones: GOP education assault is out of the fascist playbook

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  • As political tensions rise, could outright violence soon follow?

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  • Mehdi Hasan exposes hypocrisy behind the right’s free speech-focused ‘university’

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  • SCOTUS to hear case on FBI Muslim surveillance program

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The “defund” myth surrounding crime in America

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This week’s tragic Brooklyn subway shooting will only add fuel to the fire about Democrats being “soft on crime.” But the GOP’s narrative that “defund the police” efforts have caused a spike in crime flies in the face of the evidence — and it’s time for a reality check. Joining Mehdi to discuss are activist, author and “Pod Save the People” host DeRay Mckesson and Fordham University law professor and author John Pfaff.