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    Historians warn about threats to democracy

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  • Trump's access to 'the crown jewels' of intelligence, explained

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  • Chuck: Without Cheney, who picks up the anti-Trump mantle in the GOP?

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  • Trump legal adviser Jenna Ellis ordered to testify in Georgia election probe

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  • Boston Children’s Hospital warns employees over increasing online threats

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  • How the CDC's plans to reorganize will speed up response to health emergencies

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  • Ukrainians are asking for more basic needs approaching six months of war

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  • Sarah Palin advances to November general election for Alaska House seat

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  • Giuliani set to testify before Georgia grand jury in 2020 election probe

    03:44
  • How ranked-choice voting could affect Alaska's Senate race this fall

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  • Breaking down the Inflation Reduction Act’s impact on healthcare and climate

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  • Former Trump staffers reveal his tendency to keep classified documents

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  • Mysterious deaths at Lake Mead indicate possible connection to mob

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Controversial tech company pitches facial recognition to track COVID-19

03:22

Clearview AI is a facial recognition software company that helps law enforcement track down suspected criminals. Now the tech company is in talks with federal and state authorities to help trace the spread of the coronavirus. NBC News’ Jacob Ward reports on the controversial technology.