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The Biden administration’s contradictory statements on refugees
The Biden administration changed its story on when and how it would increase the refugee admissions cap six times in three weeks. Read more: wapo.st/3vk71il.
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Will School Choice Improve California’s Education System? | Mari Barke and Jonathan Brenner
After over a year of school closures, California residents are calling for school choice.
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Prof Richard Wolff: Dangerous Warning Signs Of Capitalism’s COLLAPSE
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Trump's $15 Billion Border Wall Defeated By $5 Ladders
As virtually everyone predicted, Donald Trump's border wall has been defeated by people climbing over it using roughly $5 worth of scrap lumber to build ladders to scale the wall.
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Racist Judge Gets Ousted From Her Job
Racism is alive in the judicial system. Adrienne Lawrence breaks them down.
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California Scientists Are Fighting Fire With Fire | Craig Melvin | MSNBC
NBC’s Jacob Ward reports from California where scientist are preparing for wildfire season by setting controlled fires. Aired on 04/23/2021.
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Prosecutors Expect To Charge More Than 500 For Taking Part In Capitol Riot | NBC News NOW
The Justice Department has notified federal judges that it expects to charge more than 500 people for taking part in the Capitol riot on January 6. NBC's Pete Williams has details.
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12 NEWS NOW: Vaccine opposition in RI, Mass., among lowest nationwide
Rhode Island and Massachusetts residents are among the least skeptical in the country about the COVID-19 vaccine, according to new survey data.
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Going Big: Buttigieg On Jobs Agenda & GOP Resistance | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC
In his "Beat" debut, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg joins MSNBC's Ari Melber to discuss the Biden Administration's plans to address American jobs, infrastructure, and climate change.
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Embroiled In DOJ Sex Probe, Gaetz Taps Pardoned Trump Ally Roger Stone For Backup
Rep. Matt Gaetz is in crisis mode, attempting to drum up campaign donations while embroiled in a DOJ sex crime probe. Gaetz denies all allegations.
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Why Is America's Justice System So Unfair? | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC
The new guilty verdict for the murder of George Floyd is renewing calls to pass a criminal justice reform bill named after him.
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Trump’s Legal Tsunami!: 45 Facing Pressure With Growing Lawsuits | The Beat With Ari Melber | MSNBC
Citizen Donald Trump faces a mounting legal storm as lawsuits pile up against him from New York to Georgia, putting any presidential aspirations he may have at risk.
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Warnock ‘doesn’t represent Georgia values’: Senate challenger
Georgia Senate candidate Kelvin King (R) on the new Georgia voting law and his bid to challenge Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock. #FOXBusiness Subscribe to Fox Business!
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Newsmakers 4/23/2021: NAACP's Jim Vincent; Week in review
With the murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, the president of the Providence branch of the NAACP, Jim Vincent, discusses what the verdict meant for the country and
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Is the culture war here to stay? | FOX News Rundown
Fox News Rundown podcast | April 23, 2021 Get more episodes of the Fox News Rundown podcast here: bit.ly/3r2msd7 As the U.S.
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The Benefits Of The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Far Outweigh The Risk | Craig Melvin | MSNBC
Dr. Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at John Hopkins, joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss growing vaccine hesitancy following the Johnson and Johnson vaccine pause. Aired on 04/23/2021.
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Journalists Thank Jen Psaki After She Passes Out Cookies in Briefing Room
White House press secretary Jen Psaki offered reporters cookies after the daily briefing on Friday. "There's one for each of you in here, we will do it in a COVID-safe way," she said.
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Makeshift Crematoriums Are Running Nonstop in India
Crematoriums across the Indian capital of New Delhi are working around the clock to help dispose of the dead. The cause of death in so many cases is COVID-19.
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12 NEWS NOW: RI COVID-19 data for Friday, April 23
12 News reporter Anita Baffoni has the latest from the RI Department of Health.
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Oakland Teen’s Amazing Reaction to Getting Into 11 Colleges
Meet Oakland Technical High School’s first-ever Black male valedictorian. Ahmed Muhammad is a straight-A student, science enthusiast and basketball player.
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VIDEO NOW: Providence police update on a deadly shooting on Indiana Avenue
Providence police provided an update on Friday, April 23 on a deadly shooting on Indiana Avenue.
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WATCH: White House press secretary Jen Psaki holds news conference
White House press secretary Jen Psaki holds a news conference with Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland. Read more: wapo.st/3tLAscI. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: wapo.
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Twenty-Five-Year Police Veteran On Training Officers: 'There's Still A Lot Of Work To Be Done'
Tracie Keesee, the Co-founder and Senior Vice President of Justice Initiatives at the Center for Policing Equity, joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the future of policing across the country.
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Former Acting CDC Director Talks Johnson & Johnson Vaccine, Hesitancy, Covid-19 Concerns For Kids
With a CDC panel set to decide the future of the Johnson & Johnson covid-19 vaccine Friday, former Acting CDC Director Dr.
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The Failures Before the Fires: A Chicago Tribune/BGA investigation
At least 61 people have died since 2014 in Chicago buildings where city officials knew of fire safety problems, sometimes for years, yet failed to crack down on property owners in time, a Chicago
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The Many Barriers to Equal Voting Rights – The Voter’s Handbook
Throughout American history, there have been many movements to expand the vote to as many Americans as possible. However, there have been just as many attempts to restrict access to the polls.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene Goes On Psychotic Rant Calling AOC A "Stupid And Scared Little Girl"
Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene put out a video that made her look even crazier than usual, where she demanded that Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez debate her on the house
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New soccer fields coming to underserved N.J. communities
New soccer fields are coming to urban communities across New Jersey, thanks to U.S. soccer star Tim Howard! ⚽We love this goal!
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These states have 'no choice' but to sue CDC over restrictions: Alaska gov
Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy on offering tourists vaccines, the Green New Deal, and Florida's lawsuit against the CDC over coronavirus restrictions. #FoxBusiness Subscribe to Fox Business!
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