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  • Amb. Power: Voting rights in America must be protected

    07:34
  • Obama insider on going from 'White Castle' to the White House

    05:51
  • U.S. Covid-19 cases increasing again

    06:20
  • Chris Hayes: Get your booster shot right now.

    02:52
  • New documentary 'The First Wave' follows NYC Covid frontline doctors

    08:00
  • ‘It should be lifted immediately’: Dr. Aditi Nerukar on travel bans amid Omicron variant

    03:57
  • New York City to require Covid vaccine for all private sector workers

    05:37
  • The Bye Line: Just like the 1980s AIDS crisis, COVID is not "overhyped"

    02:37
  • Dr. Wayne J. Riley calls for 'muscular' messaging in omicron variant response

    07:17
  • CDC Chief on Omicron, Delta killing unvaccinated and why mask rules changed

    07:46
  • Disease expert: 'Omicron will be the new delta'

    05:13
  • Winter of discontent: Biden facing omicron uncertainty and dysfunction in Congress

    02:12
  • Dr. Blackstock: We're penalizing southern African countries with travel ban

    02:42
  • Rep. Ruiz on jobs report, immigration, Omicron variant

    06:18
  • White House: We're not shutting down the economy

    08:53
  • Germany locks down unvaccinated people

    05:51
  • As arsenal for fighting Covid comes together, anti-vaxxers are literally eating dirt

    10:19
  • Several more cases of Omicron variant detected in U.S.

    05:24
  • Congress approves spending bill, avoids shutdown

    05:44
  • Mark Meadows now calling Covid story in own book ‘fake news’

    06:57

Michael Harriott: Aaron Rogers isn’t cancelled, people are objecting to his lies

09:09

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers and conservative radio talk show host Dennis Prager are being called out for what many see as right-wing victimhood. Rogers is addressed for claiming he is a pariah to the 'woke mob,' when the reality is he is being called out for lying about being vaccinated against COVID-19. Prager is rebuked for his revisionist history of the AIDS crisis that attempts to recast those who choose to remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 as the "actual" victims of disease-related prejudice.