In a blow to voting rights, the Senate fails to change filibuster rules which would have would have brought back a “talking filibuster”, allowing the ‘Freedom to Vote Act’ and the ‘John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act’ to pass with a simple majority following debate in the House.
In another defeat for the former president, the Supreme Court rejects Trump’s request to block January 6 Committee access to White House records. Plus, President Biden holds a news conference marking a year of 'challenges' and 'enormous progress' and calls out the GOP for constantly blocking his agenda, the White House clarifies Biden's remarks on how the U.S. would respond to a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis pushes a bill to shield anyone from 'discomfort' or ‘guilt’ over historic actions when teaching about race.
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10 people are killed and three are injured in a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, that police say was fueled by the racist “White replacement” conspiracy theory. The shooting suspect has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder. New York Governor Kathy Hochul joins to discuss what she calls as...
Elon Musk says he's putting his $44 billion deal to buy twitter on hold over fake accounts. Kara Swisher of the New York Times joins to discuss whether the Tesla boss was trolling all along, or if he’s using a negotiating tactic following falls in the stock market. There’s further division in the...