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    Biden-Harris Administration pushes for reset as it enters second year in White House

    07:41
  • Florida GOP priority: protect White people's feelings

    05:30
  • Russia denies plot to install puppet government in Ukraine

    06:37
  • State Attacks on Voting Rights

    05:43
  • Fake electors and an unsigned executive order take center stage in Jan. 6 investigation

    06:21
  • Dr. MLK Jr's former speechwriter and lawyer reflects on his legacy

    08:39
  • Voting rights activists see hope in fight for access to the ballot

    10:13
  • South Dakota Gov. Noem launches ad targeting trans youth sports

    03:14
  • One-on-one with outgoing Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, and lessons learned from "the yearbook incident."

    07:53
  • Jonathan Capehart explains why he's worried about democracy

    03:21
  • "Make them vote .. and forever state what side they're on," says Rev. Sharpton.

    05:56
  • Rep. Sewell: "A high sign of hypocrisy" that lawmakers who approved Voting Rights Act in 2006 won't act now

    04:10
  • Rep. Raskin: Trump allies are “trying to sandbag and stonewall” Jan. 6 committee as the walls close in

    06:03
  • Martin Luther King III: “When people engage, progress can become reality”

    07:32
  • Sen. Kaine: "The burden of history is on our shoulders" to pass voting rights legislation

    05:24
  • Democrats are back in Washington and voting rights are teed up

    05:53
  • Rep. Jamie Raskin recounts Jan. 6th and the "three rings" of the insurrection.

    13:01
  • International concern from U.S. allies grows over the health of our democracy

    06:24
  • Republicans shift their focus from vote suppression to vote subversion

    07:01
  • Rep. Maxine Waters sounds off on voting rights and the 1/6 investigation

    05:44

Sen. Chris Murphy on foreign policy and guns

04:47

President Biden spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday in a video call that lasted an extraordinary two hours in an effort to end the growing military buildup along the Russian-Ukrainian border. Sen. Chris Murphy, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, weighs in on whether threatened economic sanctions will be enough to stop Russia.