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    Biden: Gas companies have 'no excuse' to raise prices because of Hurricane Ian

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  • Biden discusses national strategy to end hunger in America by 2030

    01:13
  • Biden administration unveils strategy on hunger, nutrition and health

    00:44
  • Biden hosts Atlanta Braves to celebrate World Series championship at the White House

    01:01
  • Jan. 6 committee prepares for Wednesday's public hearing into Capitol riot

    04:02
  • Former advisor: Someone in White House called a rioter on Jan. 6

    02:14
  • McCarthy unveils House Republican 'Commitment to America' agenda

    01:27
  • Congress grills top bank chiefs on economy, Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike

    03:28
  • Biden slams Putin’s ‘irresponsible’ nuclear threats

    02:28
  • Biden leaves door open to not running for reelection

    02:20
  • Biden aides quietly laying groundwork for possible 2024 campaign

    03:49
  • Biden meets with South African president: 'We've ended up with two great democracies'

    02:32
  • White House responds to arrival of migrant buses outside VP Harris’ residence

    02:20
  • Biden discusses future of electric vehicles at Detroit auto show

    01:43
  • Republicans plan to question Gen. Milley if they gain control of the House

    02:23
  • Senate passage of same-sex marriage bill may hinge on Wisconsin's senators

    02:23
  • Ex-Twitter exec provides explosive testimony over security concerns

    01:41
  • House Oversight panel asks National Archives to determine if Trump still has White House documents

    00:45
  • Sen. Graham proposes bill to ban abortion after 15 weeks nationwide

    01:05
  • Twitter whistleblower accuses leadership of 'misleading the public' at Senate hearing

    02:54

McConnell discusses importance of 'candidate quality' in Senate races

00:38

Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Republicans are likely to gain control of the House of Representatives but possibly not the Senate in the 2022 elections, stressing the importance of "candidate quality" in the statewide races.