Kirsten Dunst talks 'The Power of the Dog'; Extremists co-opt COVID-related protests : Here & Now Kirsten Dunst been nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her portrayal of an emotionally frail wife of a Montana rancher. "The Power of the Dog" star joins us. And, The Freedom Convoy began as a rejection of a vaccine mandate for truckers entering Canada. But the protests have since morphed into something different. Ciaran O'Connor, who tracks online extremism, has been following developments.

Kirsten Dunst talks 'The Power of the Dog'; Extremists co-opt COVID-related protests

Kirsten Dunst talks 'The Power of the Dog'; Extremists co-opt COVID-related protests

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Kirsten Dunst been nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her portrayal of an emotionally frail wife of a Montana rancher. "The Power of the Dog" star joins us.

And, The Freedom Convoy began as a rejection of a vaccine mandate for truckers entering Canada. But the protests have since morphed into something different. Ciaran O'Connor, who tracks online extremism, has been following developments.

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