The U.S. Government Doesn’t Want Your Vote — LIVE

As we approach a presidential election at one of the most turbulent moments in U.S. history, millions of Americans may find themselves unable to vote in November. VICE culture and politics reporter Lee Adams discusses all the ways that citizens will be denied their right to cast a ballot through voter suppression tactics.

Joining Lee are Kristen Clarke, the president & executive director of the National Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Alexander Keyssar, professor of history and social policy at Harvard Kennedy School, and Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice.

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Analyst: No Surprise in Summit Cancelation

Nicholas Burns, a former diplomat and professor at the Harvard Kennedy School, says the cancellation of the North Korean summit is not surprising and predicts that diplomacy will be lengthy and frustrating. (May 24)

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