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Justice Thomas ignores basic ethics where wife's activism, lobbying conflict with cases
Tonight's guests are Rep. Pete Aguilar, member of the January 6th Committee; Jane Mayer, chief Washington correspondent for The New Yorker; Rev. Denise Freeman, minister and activist in Lincoln County, Georgia; and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman U.S. Army (ret), former director for European affairs for the U.S. National Security Council.
January 6th probe tips its hand with eye-popping details in letter to Ivanka Trump
Tonight's guests are Gwen Keyes Fleming, former district attorney for DeKalb County, Georgia; and Daniel Goldman, former assistant U.S. attorney and the Democrats' majority counsel for Donald Trump's first impeachment trial.
N.Y. attorney general exposes 'almost impressively dishonest' Trump asset exaggerations
Tonight's guests are Linda Greenhouse, Supreme Court columnist for the New York Times; Senator Amy Klobuchar, chair of the Senate Rules Committee; and Susanne Craig, investigative reporter for the New York Times.
As state Republicans pare back voting access, Manchin blurts obtuse excuses
Tonight's guests are Rep. Jamie Raskin, member of the January 6th Committee; and Senator Maggie Hassan.
Mike Pence script change seems to address fake Trump elector scheme
Tonight's guests are Rep. Joyce Beatty, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus; and George Selim, senior vice president of the Anti-Defamation League.
'Seditious conspiracy' is tough to prosecute but couldn't be a more fitting case: McQuade
Tonight's guests are Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney; Rep. Elaine Luria, member of the January 6th Committee; Michael McFaul, former U.S. ambassador to Russia; Daniel Ziblatt, co-author of "How Democracies Die"; and Dr. Vin Gupta, critical care pulmonologist.
Unfortunately too much Russia. No talk on net neutrality