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An early look at the stories that will drive tomorrow's conversation.

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An early look at the stories that will drive tomorrow's conversation.

    Title: DAY 360: Oath Keepers founder in court

    Title: DAY 360: Oath Keepers founder in court

    The leader of the far-right Oath Keepers will remain in custody through next week after facing a judge for the first time on seditious conspiracy charges. Meantime, President Biden highlighted his bipartisan infrastructure bill, which passed last year, as his other priorities like voting rights stall. It comes as Biden holds his first formal press conference of 2022 at the White House next week. Plus, Americans will be able to order free rapid Covid tests through a new government website starting Wednesday, but shipping will take time. And a major winter storm is expected to bring heavy snow and rain across the U.S. over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend. Jonathan Lemire, Carol Leonnig, Melissa Murray, Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, Susan Del Percio and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia join.

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    DAY 359: First sedition charges filed in Capitol attack

    DAY 359: First sedition charges filed in Capitol attack

    More than a year after the Jan. 6 insurrection, prosecutors have arrested Oath Keepers leader, Stewart Rhodes, and 10 others for seditious conspiracy in connection to the attack. It comes as the Jan. 6 committee subpoenas social media giants Twitter, Reddit, Facebook and Google. Meantime, Sen. Lindsey Graham says he won’t back Sen. Mitch McConnell for GOP leader unless he has a ‘working relationship’ with Trump. Plus, President Biden expressed doubt about passing the voting rights bills hours after Sen. Kyrsten Sinema made clear she won’t vote to gut the filibuster rule. And the Supreme Court blocks Biden’s vaccine and testing requirement for large businesses but upheld the mandate for health care workers. Courtney Subramanian, Frank Figliuzzi, Barbara McQuade, Donna Edwards, Bill Kristol and Dr. Kavita Patel join.

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    Title: DAY 358: Jan. 6th committee targets top House Republican

    Title: DAY 358: Jan. 6th committee targets top House Republican

    Rep. Kevin McCarthy says he will not give information to the Jan. 6 committee about his communications with Trump surrounding the attack on the Capitol. It comes as Trump’s former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany testifies virtually for the panel. Meantime, President Biden is meeting with Senate Democrats Thursday to continue his fight for voting rights after Sen. Mitch McConnell gave a blistering rebuke of his Atlanta speech. Plus, the White House is providing 10 million free Covid tests each month to help keep schools open during the omicron surge.

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    DAY 357: Biden’s tough talk on voting rights

    DAY 357: Biden’s tough talk on voting rights

    President Biden calls for filibuster reform, if Republicans block voting rights legislation, during his big speech in Atlanta. It comes as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer plans to bring the legislation to the floor again as soon as Wednesday. Meantime, the Jan. 6th committee issues a new round of subpoenas, targeting two Donald Trump Jr. advisors and a former White House official who helped draft the speech Trump gave prior to the attack on the Capitol. Plus, the U.S. reports more than 1.3 million new Covid infections just a week after breaking the previous daily record. And Dr. Anthony Fauci accuses Sen. Rand Paul of fueling threats against him in the pair’s latest heated exchange. Philip Rucker, Alexi McCammond, Chuck Rosenberg, Juanita Tolliver, Mark McKinnon and Dr. Irwin Redlener join.

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    DAY 356: Voting rights take center stage this week

    DAY 356: Voting rights take center stage this week

    President Biden and Vice President Harris head to Atlanta on Tuesday to shine a brighter light on election reform ahead of Martin Luther King Day. Meantime, a new sign of trouble for the Jan. 6th committee as they try to convince Republicans like former Vice President Pence and Rep. Jim Jordan to cooperate with the investigation. Plus, Chicago teachers return to the classroom Tuesday after a dispute over Covid safety protocols canceled a week of classes in America’s third-largest school district. It comes as reports show New York may have already hit its peak of omicron cases. And Pfizer announces it will have an omicron-specific vaccine by March, but some are questioning whether we’ll still need it. Ashley Parker, Eugene Daniels, Jeremy Bash, Michael Steele, Matthew Dowd and Dr. Vin Gupta join.

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    Bonus Episode: Edward Snowden's full interview on Trump, privacy, democracy & more

    Bonus Episode: Edward Snowden's full interview on Trump, privacy, democracy & more

    On the even of his memoir 'Permanent Record' being published, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden talked at length from Moscow with MSNBC's Brian Williams in an exclusive interview. Here is their full discussion, including portions of the interview that did not air on The 11th Hour because of time constraints. This is their discussion in its entirety in podcast form, edited down slightly for clarity.

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