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All In With Chris Hayes

requires, i, mean requires the state, to give black folks a shot at this level of representation. and the state of alabama is in violation of it. >> exactly. exactly. and this is something that alabama is arguing that, look, this is the way we've always done. -- since 1972. if you go back to 1972, george wallace was -- literacy tests, and black voters were just becoming registered to vote in large numbers. that's when alabama decided to start making decisions that made it even more difficult for black voters to have representation in congress. >> what are the ramifications? we've seen various portions of the act whittled away, got it, by the conservatives on this court. what are the implications here for this case for the section two of the voting rights act? what would it mean if the plaintiffs here were to lose? >> you know, section two of the voting rights act is, you know,

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HARDtalk

yeah. so it's a form of protest, then, your staying away, or... no, survival. ..or is it survival? it's about survival. have you been receiving death threats? i'm always receiving death threats. it's sort of a spice of life. i mean, do you think that, really, your life would be in jeopardy if you went back to russia? yeah. that you might be killed, even? well, i'm not quite intent on contemplating that. i'm sure not. 0k, look, i mean, you formed your rock band aquarium in 1972, a sort of western—inspired rock music at a time when that art form was illegal in the soviet union, so it was quite a brave act to do. and you're hugely popular in russia, across the generations, and also with the russian diaspora, wherever they are. do you believe that you have music — you have influence

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HARDtalk

yeah, but i want to ask you, i mean, you studied mathematics at the university of leningrad, as it was then, st petersburg. you came from a relatively well—off background. your father was an engineer, your mother a fashion designer. as i said, you set up your band in 1972 when you were still at university, and you said, "i spent six very nice years doing rock and roll and all the antisocial things that i could possibly dream of and getting by." you had illicit gigs that you went on, so where's that rebellious streak now? has it gone? see, i never saw it as rebellious, i wasjust behaving normal — i still do. but, i mean, you know, you obviously were pushing the boundaries then, so my question is why... cos it needed to be pushed, they needed to. but don't they need to be pushed now? because you're being confronted with the same authoritarianism that you were then. well, that's what i'm doing. i'm still doing the same thing, pushing the boundaries. so, in what way do you think you live up to the description of you as "the russian bob dylan"? because...

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Fox News at Night

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Anderson Cooper 360

waiting up when you came home last night. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> she was the first female country music singer to -- with the, songs don't come home drinking. in 1970, 60 ended up with 24 number one songs. imagine, that including you ain't woman enough, the pill, and of course her signature, song coal miner's daughter, also the title of her memoir of her life in kentucky. which led to -- the movie in 1980. >> she also won numerous awards, including four grammys, in 1972 the first woman to be named entertainer of the year by the country music association and academy of country music. in 1980, eight she was elected to the country music hall of fame. she was awarded presidential medal of freedom in 2013. loretta lynn, survived by four of her six children. she was 90 years old. what an incredible life. grieving the death of a loved, one living without them, it's something we'll all base at some -- point i'm exploring it in a different ways in a podcast called, other.

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HARDtalk

to russia at the moment, because i will be at mercy of some people, at whose mercy i wouldn't like to be. you're worried about what might happen to you? yeah. so it's a form of protest, then, your staying away, or... no, survival. ..or is it survival? survival. have you been receiving death threats? i'm always receiving death threats. it's sort of a spice of life. i mean, do you think that, really, your life would be in jeopardy if you went back to russia? yeah. that you might be killed, even? well, i'm not quite intent on contemplating that. i'm sure not. 0k, look, i mean, you formed your rock band aquarium in 1972, a sort of western—inspired rock music at a time when that art form was illegal in the soviet union, so it was quite a brave act to do. and you're hugely popular in russia, across the generations,

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HARDtalk

no way. but, you know, you have always had a very rebellious streak from an early age, you studied mathematics... i'm just normal. yeah, but i want to ask you, i mean, you studied mathematics at the university of leningrad, as it was then, st petersburg. you came from a relatively well—off background. your father was an engineer, your mother a fashion designer. as i said, you set up your band in 1972 when you were still at university, and you said, "i spent six very nice years doing rock and roll and all the antisocial things that i could possibly dream of and getting by." you had illicit gigs that you went on, so where's that rebellious streak now? has it gone? see, i never saw it as rebellious, i was just behaving normal — i still do. but, i mean, you know, you obviously were pushing the boundaries then, so my question is why... cos it needed to be pushed, they needed to. but don't they need to be pushed now? because you're being confronted with the same authoritarianism that you were then.

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Breakfast

# i wanna dance my life away. # you make me feel like dancin“. # you make me feel... # you make me feel like dancin“. # i'm gonna dance my life away. applause and cheering. i bet carol is dancing in the weather studio! good morning, thank you for coming. thank ou. can morning, thank you for coming. thank you- can you — morning, thank you for coming. thank you. can you believe, 50 _ morning, thank you for coming. thank you. can you believe, 50 years? - morning, thank you for coming. thank you. can you believe, 50 years? it - you. can you believe, 50 years? it has flashed _ you. can you believe, 50 years? it has flashed by _ you. can you believe, 50 years? it has flashed by and _ you. can you believe, 50 years? it has flashed by and i _ you. can you believe, 50 years? it has flashed by and i have - you. can you believe, 50 years? it has flashed by and i have been - you. can you believe, 50 years? it i has flashed by and i have been busy over time. my whole life been so busy, ever since this started in 1972, that was when it really all came... roger daltrey was recording his solo album, i had two sons on that and i was recording my first album and it was remarkable. just watchin: album and it was remarkable. just watching that clip we showed them and that last click, you were wondering what on earth was going on. what was going on? that wondering what on earth was going on. what was going on?— wondering what on earth was going on. what was going on? that was my

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Our World

and, you know, ithinkl what lacked before with the asians was they didn't do enough for the community. l i mean, some people would argue that indians benefited from this colonial structure that was put in place that had indians as thee middle man, but you would also say that — we've moved beyond that. oh, yes. i think that's all over. i mean, you just have - to look at young ugandans. their aspirations. their wants are very muchl similar to what you want in london. in 1961, uganda gained independence from the british, and black ugandans were able to put their needs first. hello. i've come to mejoel, who was here at the time i've come to meetjoel, who was here at the time of the expulsion. this is my shop. so, if we were talking about this sort of alley before the expulsion in 1972, would it be locals owning shops

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Stanley Tucci Searching for Italy

city, they bankrolled the incredible explosion of art, science and architecture known as the renaissance. >> i love that just about everywhere you turn, there's something incredible to see. >> the chance to actually live among these treasures even for just a year. lured a young family of four from suburban new york, to florence just about 50 years ago. >> my family. meet joan and stan tucci. >> i have a photograph of this, do you remember? >> back in 1972, we moved here because my dad was a high school art teacher taking a year off to follow his dreams. >> a lot on credible is a? >> my dad came to study figure

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