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Russian President Vladimir Putin has features of a psychopath: expert | The Donlon Report

Dr. Ziv Cohen is a board-certified forensic (criminal) and clinical psychiatrist who has consulted on over 50 murder cases, including over a dozen cases for the US Department of Justice. Dr. Cohen is a clinical assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College and adjunct faculty at Columbia University. Monday night on The Donlon Report, Cohen takes a crack at diagnosing Vladimir Putin. And while he says it would be a violation of his profession's ethical rules to diagnose a public figure who he has not personally examined, he claims he can assess Putin’s actions in the framework of a personality type. Anchored by Joe Donlon, The Donlon Report is where you'll find the common sense point-of-view. Not telling you how to think, but giving you something to think about. #Ukraine #Russia #Poland #America #VladimirPutin #JoeBiden #VolodymyrZelenskyy

Russian President Vladimir Putin has features of a psychopath: expert | The Donlon Report

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Dr. Ziv Cohen is a board-certified forensic (criminal) and clinical psychiatrist who has consulted on over 50 murder cases, including over a dozen cases for the US Department of Justice. Dr. Cohen is a clinical assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College and adjunct faculty at Columbia University.

Monday night on The Donlon Report, Cohen takes a crack at diagnosing Vladimir Putin. And while he says it would be a violation of his profession's ethical rules to diagnose a public figure who he has not personally examined, he claims he can assess Putin’s actions in the framework of a personality type.

Anchored by Joe Donlon, The Donlon Report is where you'll find the common sense point-of-view. Not telling you how to think, but giving you something to think about.

#Ukraine #Russia #Poland #America #VladimirPutin #JoeBiden #VolodymyrZelenskyy

American Cancer Society: Cancer deaths down 33% since 1991 | NewsNation Prime

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New studies by the American Cancer Society show cancer deaths are down 33% since 1991, with new technologies and research making treatment more effective. Dr. William Dahut, Chief Scientific Officer of the American Cancer Society joins "NewsNation Prime" to discuss the reports.

Housing market shows some signs of life | NewsNation Prime

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If you’re looking to buy or sell a home this year, it’s fair to wonder what kind of housing market you’ll be getting yourself into. The latest data shows some positive signs. According to Redfin, pending home sales rose nearly 3% from November to December, marking the first month-to-month increase since October 2021. Year-over-year, home sales were still down almost 31%. Real estate expert Ryan Stewman speaks about this year’s housing market outlook.

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FBI looking at possible connection between rise in fentanyl deaths, Snapchat | NewsNation Prime

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The FBI and Justice Department are targeting Snapchat and its parent company, looking into the social media platform’s possible role in the national fentanyl crisis, especially among teens.

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Congress reacts to Tyre Nichols bodycam video | NewsNationPrime

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On the heels of the graphic video release showing the police beating of Tyre Nichols, there are renewed calls from both sides of the aisle in Washington to ensure that what happened to Nichols never happens again.

Read more: https://www.newsnationnow.com/crime/tyre-nichols-death/ap-memphis-braces-for-release-of-video-in-tyre-nichols-arrest/

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Family of Tyre Nichols to attend State of the Union | NewsNation Prime

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The family of Tyre Nichols accepted an invitation to attend the State of the Union, NewsNation reporter Joe Khalil confirmed.

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Protesters call for more accountability in Tyre Nichols’ death | NewsNation Prime

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New protests popped up Sunday in Memphis, calling on the city to reveal the names of each and every first responder that participated in some way in the arrest of Tyre Nichols and his eventual death. Nichols was beaten during a traffic stop on Jan. 7 and died in police custody three days later. Five officers involved in his arrest are facing murder charges.

Read more: https://www.newsnationnow.com/crime/tyre-nichols-death/memphis-scorpion-unit-deactivated/

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Congress reacts to Tyre Nichols bodycam video | NewsNationPrime

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Family of Tyre Nichols to attend State of the Union | NewsNation Prime

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Protesters call for more accountability in Tyre Nichols’ death | NewsNation Prime

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What to make of the timing of Memphis body camera release | Rush Hour

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Economy update: Inflation easing and interest rates rising | Rush Hour

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Memphis police's 'Scorpion Squad' scrutinized after Tyre Nichols death | Rush Hour

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Tyre Nichols: How will prosecutors argue kidnapping charge? | On Balance

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Debating the importance of timing in release of Tyre Nichols video | On Balance

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Memphis officers face kidnapping charge | On Balance

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Prosecutor: Kidnapping charge 'aggressive' for officers | On Balance

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Tyre Nichols: Memphis police bodycam video released | On Balance

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Second angle shows police altercation with Tyre Nichols | On Balance

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Memphis protests remain peaceful through the night | Banfield

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Rodney King's lawyer reacts to Tyre Nichols case | Banfield

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Protests happening across Memphis for Tyre Nichols | Banfield

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Memphis protestors say police brutality feels like a pattern   | Banfield

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'He died in many ways': Attorney compares Tyre Nichols’ death to Rodney King beating | Banfield

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Tyre Nichols' family attorney speaks on officers charges | Banfield

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Mayor Adams wants federal help for asylum seekers | Early Morning

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