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  • Sanders: 'Exactly right' to censure Sen. Kyrsten Sinema

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  • Sanders: Democrats cannot have 'endless backroom negotiations'

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  • Voters in a 'sour mood' at the Biden presidency one-year mark

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  • Full Bernie Sanders: 'We were off to a great start' with Biden until Republicans obstructed

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  • Chuck Todd: ‘Does the US care more about Europe’s security than Europe?’

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  • US and UK accuse Russia of planning to topple Ukraine’s president

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  • Anti-abortion rally draws thousands in D.C.

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  • The future of Roe v. Wade on 49th anniversary of landmark ruling

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  • Trump reportedly drafted executive order to seize voting machines

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  • Blinken meets with Russian foreign minister in critical meeting over Ukraine

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  • Jan. 6 committee asks Ivanka Trump to give voluntary testimony

    02:25
  • Biden works to clarify comments about potential Russian invasion

    02:13
  • White House on defense after Biden press conference

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  • White House chief of staff on Biden’s Russia-Ukraine comments, pandemic handling

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  • Jan. 6 committee requests testimony from Ivanka Trump

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  • Black South Carolina voters speak on Biden’s promises

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Anthony Weiner: I have ‘good’ chance to win primary

05:33

The controversial New York City mayoral candidate, who has struggled to keep his campaign on message in the wake of scandals related to sexting, said that in spite of his fourth-place ranking in popular polls, he hasn’t dropped out of the race because he believes the voters should decide whether he gets elected.