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    Glenn Youngkin makes his presence known

    10:52
  • Artist depicts Black skiers

    06:09
  • No MLK Day celebration without legislation

    10:51
  • CRT bill cites wrong Lincoln debater

    07:23
  • Outrage after judge reverses sex assault conviction

    06:02
  • Pres. Biden under pressure

    06:46
  •  SCOTUS blocks Biden workplace vaccine mandate amid nationwide surge

    09:17
  • FBI arrests leader of far-right militia group for role in Jan. 6 attack

    11:38
  • Sinema, Manchin reiterate opposition to filibuster perform

    10:52
  • Black Police Sergeant “scared” of fellow officers

    07:42
  • Jan. 6 Committee turns sights to Kevin McCarthy

    11:59
  • Biden voting rights speech garners backlash from GOP, inaction from Manchin

    12:39
  • Why voting rights speeches aren’t enough

    09:48
  • Maya Angelou quarter a “perversion” of how to honor Black people

    05:19
  • Biden’s fight for voting rights

    09:46
  • Program helps pregnant moms battling addiction

    08:35
  • Maya Wiley on Bronx apartment fire

    11:00
  • Biden administration’s new voting rights push

    09:06
  • Trump’s continued hold on Republican party

    08:30
  • Election security in focus at start of the year

    08:49

America’s *real* masculinity problem

15:47

From the Capitol insurrection to Charlottesville to Kyle Rittenhouse, for some men, violence seems like a go-to. Liz Plank and Jackson Katz explore why.