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    ‘Once we're in these rooms, we can make a difference’: Montana elects first openly transgender legislator 

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  • ‘The community feels very vulnerable right now’: Experts show concern about normalization of hate speech and antisemitism

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  • “Their time is up”: Iranian regime under pressure after three-day strike by protestors 

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  • San Francisco Board of Supervisors approves use of robots that can kill 

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  • GOP plans to ‘investigate’ the January 6 Investigation

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  • ‘This is going to be catastrophic’: The fallout of Kanye West’s anti-Semitic comments

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  • ‘Say their names to save their lives’: Iranians around the world continue fight against regime three months after Masha Amini’s death

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  • Barbara McQuade: Questioning Pence is ‘no-brainer’ for DOJ

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  • ‘None of us can come out until we feel safe’: LGBTQ+ community mourns those lost in Club Q attack

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  • ‘The problem is Republican silence’: What Trump’s legal and personal controversies mean for 2024

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  • Post-midterm takeaways on abortion rights: ‘When the question is on the ballot, the majority vote to protect it."

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  • ‘I know that we can do more’: Colorado Springs community seeks healing and change after Club Q attack

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  • Glenn Kirschner: Pence is ‘central figure’ in Jan 6 probe and “will see inside of Grand Jury hearing room’

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  •  ‘We need to do better’: Colorado House Majority Leader speaks out on Club Q Shooting

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  • ‘We have a space in politics and we need to demand it’: 23-year-old Muslim-American makes history in U.S. Midterms

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  • Taylor Swift ticket fallout gets attention of U.S. Justice Department 

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  • 'I will continue the fight': Jim Obergefell discusses Senate bill to protect same-sex marriage and what more can be done

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  • ‘A revolution, not a protest’: How the international community can support Iran

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  • 'For me, it’s personal’: Rep-elect Delia Ramirez of Illinois discusses progressive agenda

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  • 'We certainly have a path': House control remains undecided as Dems try to hold majority

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Georgia voters break early voting record amid tight Senate race

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As Election Day nears, more than 2.5 million Georgia voters have cast ballots by mail or by voting in person, setting a new early voting record in the state as the race for Senate remains tight between Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker. NBC's Sahil Kapur reports.