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    House Dems pass Inflation Reduction Act

    04:52
  • Rep. Jim Himes; '100% confident' inflation bill will pass the house'

    06:51
  • House debates Inflation Reduction Act ahead of significant vote for Biden presidency

    08:18
  • WH Comms Dir.: Biden ‘on the cusp of a historic victory’ with Inflation Reduction Act

    04:58
  • House Democrats rally behind Inflation Reduction Act ahead of Friday vote

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  • White House not directing DOJ investigation in 'any way,' says adviser

    06:32
  • Steve Rattner: Modest good news in new inflation numbers

    06:42
  • Larry Summers: ‘Very serious inflation problem’ in U.S. not likely ‘to go away of its own volition’

    05:57
  • Biden says economic plan is working as July's CPI shows decrease in inflation

    02:18
  • Biden’s BFD Summer

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  • Sen. Van Hollen: Inflation Reduction Act ‘big accomplishments’ are on Medicare and climate

    06:34
  • Inflation Reduction Act passed in Senate

    02:04
  • Biden on verge of another victory

    03:49
  • ‘What recession?’: Biden takes a victory lap after jobs report

    05:29
  • Joy Reid: Today we got proof that Biden’s economic policies are working

    09:53
  • Fox News tries to spin good jobs report into bad news

    05:50
  • Jared Bernstein: Economy has recovered pandemic job losses on way toward ‘steady and stabler growth’

    05:17
  • U.S. gas prices drop for 51st day straight

    01:29
  • Sen. Bennet: Reconciliation bill tackles ‘trickle down economics’ which have ‘plagued this nation’

    05:02
  • Future of the Inflation Reduction Act

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Clock ticking down towards potential shutdown

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Aaron Blake and Elise Viebeck join MSNBC’s Alex Witt for Saturday’s First Check of Politics. The Washington Post’s Aaron Blake “tends to be a little bit wary” about the government shutdown. The Hill’s Elise Viebeck says that the public actually wants the White House and Congress to work together to fix flaws that interest groups have pointed out. If Republicans thought they would be doing the politically most advantageous thing, Blake says, they would not be risking a government shutdown. Viebeck mentions that Senator Ted Cruz has become the leader of the "Defund Obamacare" movement and that his extreme opposition reflects the divisiveness in the Republican Party.