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    Justice Stephen Breyer on abortion ruling and possible compromise

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  • Biden administration cancels another $6B in student loan debt

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  • Appeals court blocks controversial immigration law in Texas

    02:11
  • Deadlock over the border heightens risk of government shutdown

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  • Biden campaign slams Trump’s ‘bloodbath’ comment at rally

    02:19
  • What will happen to TikTok if the U.S. bans the app?

    04:46
  • Alexei Navalny supporters protest Russian presidential election

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  • Trump says there will be a ‘bloodbath’ if he isn’t reelected

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  • Chuck Schumer calls Netanyahu an 'obstacle to peace’

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  • Judge says Fani Willis can stay on Trump case — with conditions

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  • Putin expected to win 5th term in Russian presidential election

    02:27
  • Ruling on Fani Willis expected in Trump’s Georgia case

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  • Biden visits battleground states while touting successes

    02:17
  • TikTok faces uncertain future as bill to ban it moves to the Senate

    02:35
  • Jenna: My dad laughed off 'SNL' impressions during presidency

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  • Biden and Trump clinch party nominations, setting up rematch

    02:17
  • Special counsel who investigated Biden to testify on Capitol Hill

    05:12
  • Congress set to vote on TikTok ban as early as this week

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  • Trump mocks Biden’s stutter in first rally as presumptive nominee

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Bernie Sanders: Trump’s ‘crooked Hillary’ name is an ‘ugly statement’

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On the eve of the New York primary, Sen. Bernie Sanders joins the TODAY show to talk about his fierce battle for the Democratic nomination against Hillary Clinton. He says Donald Trump made an “ugly statement” referring to Clinton as “crooked Hillary” and says that it’s actually the entire campaign finance system in America that’s “corrupt.” He also says that a Sanders administration would spend less on nuclear proliferation and more on solving America’s domestic problems.