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    Far-right advocacy group obtains tax-exempt status from IRS

    07:04
  • Republicans rally around Trump, while election deniers are winning primaries

    10:16
  • Biden privately met with historians to discuss the state of American democracy

    05:33
  • A look at President Biden's winning streak

    08:41
  • The body count grows as Trump followers put their lives on the line for him

    06:36
  • Man dies by suicide after driving car into Capitol barricades, firing shots into the air

    00:32
  • DOJ charges 4 officers over Breonna Taylor shooting

    04:06
  • Biggest climate investment in U.S. history nears passage in Senate

    03:07
  • DCCC under fire for funding campaign ads for election denier candidates

    04:59
  • Factoring in racial demographic information in election predictions

    03:47
  • Dems gain boost as midterms near, but GOP election-deniers sweep AZ

    05:24
  • Young Black voters talk politics ahead of November's midterms

    05:12
  • Head of the National Economic Council says economy in good shape

    07:39
  • Dem Nan Whaley challenging OH Gov. Mike Dewine

    07:31
  • Rep. Vicente Gonzalez will face off with Rep. Mayra Flores in TX 34th district

    05:21
  • Dems unite behind Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes in Wisconsin Senate race

    05:45
  • Senators Manchin and Schumer reach deal on energy and health care bill

    07:46
  • Breaking down the GOP's "Trumpism"

    11:10
  • Democrats look surprisingly strong heading into midterm elections

    06:01
  • Aunt Gloria stops by The Sunday Show

    04:38

Capehart asks why White murder suspects are so often treated with more care than innocent Black Americans in this week’s ‘Bye Line’

05:06

The Atlanta spa shooting suspect’s capture ‘without incident’ is contrasted by Jonathan Capehart in his ‘Bye Line’ with cases of innocent Blacks killed by police. Capehart also offers solidarity with the AAPI community.