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    Black Women Will Be Most Impacted By The End Of Roe

    06:13
  • Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn in as the First Black Woman on SCOTUS

    06:26
  • 1955 Arrest Warrant Discovered in Emmett Till Case

    06:17
  • The future of America with a conservative Supreme Court

    09:14
  • Making Sense Of Monkeypox

    03:48
  • How will Dems respond to SCOTUS overturning Roe?

    03:07
  • The current state of the LGBTQ community

    09:01
  • Democrats call for action after Supreme Court's abortion ruling

    05:58
  • NY Gov. Hochul on Roe reversal: "This is deeply personal"

    07:06
  • Supreme Court strikes down NY State Concealed Gun law

    06:13
  • The Miller family unlocks their family mystery after purchasing a former plantation

    09:20
  • Election Deniers advance in primary elections

    11:15
  • Michigan Republicans Block Pride Month Resolution

    06:20
  • "Aunt Gloria" discusses latest headlines

    04:01
  • Washington D.C.'s role in the fight for LGBTQ rights

    06:35
  • 1/6 hearings reveal ongoing threats to democracy

    06:54
  • Tony-Nominated L Morgan Lee: "My only mission is to be the hero that I needed to see"

    09:04
  • Rep. Karen Bass joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss L.A. mayoral race

    06:47
  • "If any measure can be taken to save one more life, isn't it worth it?"

    05:55
  • Takeaways from first January 6th hearing and lookahead to next

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Capehart remembers when Tim Scott once spoke sensitively about racial discrimination experiences

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Tim Scott saying America is not a racist country caused controversy recently. Sen. Tim Scott’s sensitive speech years ago on his racial discrimination experiences is remembered by Jonathan Capehart in this week’s ‘Bye Line.’