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    NBC News releases new polling

    07:58
  • January 6th Committee escalates probe by issuing subpoenas

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  • Alfre Woodard joins the Sunday Show

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  • Former AG Eric Holder's new blueprint to win the voting rights fight

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  • Sen. Chris Murphy calls out lawmakers amid Saturday's mass shooting in Buffalo

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  • Leaked SCOTUS opinion draft is a warning to LGBTQ+ Americans

    07:00
  • Sen. Klobuchar to SCOTUS: "You cannot strip away 50 years of women's rights"

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  • My Take: Alito’s draft ruling on abortion is a warning to LGBTQ Americans

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  • Supreme Court's decision on abortion could shake the midterms

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  • Can the Senate codify abortion rights as SCOTUS looks to gut Roe v. Wade?

    09:22
  • Robin DiAngelo, who coined and authored “White Fragility,” joins the #VelshiBannedBookClub

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  • Photojournalist Lynsey Addario in the Donbas, Ukraine: “The front line is everywhere.”

    05:12
  • Velshi: When freedoms are taken from some of us, none of us are free

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  • Rep. Barbara Lee on the civic engagement needed to safeguard abortion rights and personal liberties

    06:01
  • Jill Biden enters Ukraine to meet with first lady Olena Zelenska

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  • At least 60 people feared dead after Russian airstrike hits Ukrainian school

    02:21
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph reads Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on The Sunday Show

    05:19
  • Del. Danica Roem's book "Burn the Page" fights for transgender youth

    05:31
  • Public library turns to e-books in nationwide fight against GOP-led book bans

    05:56
  • What will the Jan. 6 committee revelations mean for Democracy?

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To recuse or not to recuse? A question only the Supreme Court can answer

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Amid reports of text messages between Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's wife, Ginni, and Trump's then-Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, urging him to overturn the 2020 election, Justice Thomas's impartiality is under scrutiny. NPR's Nina Totenberg joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss how the controversy could impact the Supreme Court.