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Join Truth Social and Get Trump Posts a Whopping 6 Hours Early
Slightly early access is all Truth Social will have going for it if Donald Trump returns to Twitter.
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The Democratic Party Is Extremely Unpopular Right Now
New poll numbers do not bode well for the party’s midterms chances.
politics
politics
New Draft Congressional Map Is Far Less Favorable to New York Democrats
The proposed map has 15 Democratic-leaning districts, five Republican-leaning districts, and six competitive ones.
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2022 Midterms: A Guide to the Races Worth Watching
A cheat sheet to keep track of all the crucial races, primary upsets, and campaign drama — Trump-fueled and otherwise — from now through Election Day.
ukraine invasion
ukraine invasion
You Won’t Be Able to Get a Big Mac in Moscow Ever Again
McDonald’s is pulling out of Russia entirely as Putin’s invasion of Ukraine drags on — ending an era that began with promise.
the national interest
the national interest
Yes, Tucker Carlson Shares Blame for the Buffalo Supermarket Attack
The white nationalist’s conservative allies mount an unconvincing defense.
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Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Fetterman Recovering From Stroke
The lieutenant governor said he is feeling better and that doctors told him he will make a full recovery.
the money game
the money game
How Red States Are Trying to Snuff Out Green Investing
Numerous states are launching a messy preemptive strike against so-called ESG efforts by the financial sector to move away from fossil fuels.
the city politic
the city politic
Why the Brooklyn Democratic Party Is at War With Itself
A fight over neighborhood patronage gigs has led to threats, insults, accusations, lawsuits, and an effort to oust the party’s first female boss.

Meanwhile in the North Atlantic

Finland’s government declared a “new era” is underway after announcing its intention to seek NATO membership, hours before Sweden’s governing party on Sunday backed a plan to join the trans-Atlantic alliance amid Russia’s war in Ukraine. The developments will be sure to further anger Moscow, with President Vladimir Putin already warning his Finnish counterpart on Saturday that relations would be “negatively affected.”

2022 midterms
2022 midterms
Trump Endorses Extremist Mastriano in Pennsylvania Governor’s Race
It’s a bit awkward, since the gubernatorial candidate’s “running mate,” Kathy Barnette, is threatening Trump’s Senate candidate Dr. Oz.
life after roe
life after roe
Clarence Thomas Decries ‘Irreparable Damage’ of Roe Opinion Leak
The Supreme Court’s loudest proponent of eliminating the right to an abortion is worried about institutional legitimacy and civility.
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The Republicans Who Saved Trump After January 6
This Will Not Pass demonstrates how GOP leaders betrayed their conscience in the name of power.
covid-19
covid-19
What We Know About All the Omicron Subvariants, Including BA.4 and BA.5
Two new strains, BA.4 and BA.5, are driving a surge of cases in South Africa and have been detected in the U.S.
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Why Both Sides Are Making the Term MAGA Great Again
Democrats are saying “MAGA” more because they badly want to identify the GOP with its unpopular leader. So, too, do many Republicans.
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Mike Pence to Campaign for Fellow Trump Traitor Brian Kemp
The two MAGA heretics are, in their own ways, trying to show that Trumpism without Trump has a future.
sports
sports
Brittney Griner’s Detention in Russia Extended Another Month
The WNBA star has been detained in Moscow since February. The State Department has classified her as “wrongfully detained.”
business
business
Is Elon Musk About to Bail on Twitter, or Just Negotiating in Public?
The world’s richest man announced that his purchase of the company was “on hold” Friday morning, then clarified that he’s “still committed” to it.
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Scott Pruitt Brags About Media Attacks on His Rampant Corruption
Trump’s EPA chief could barely draw a breath without doing something comically scandalous. Now he’s trying to ride his notoriety to the Senate.
life after roe
life after roe
The Anti-Abortion Christians Who Became Pro-Choice
Why did we change our minds?
politics
politics
Feds Investigate Trump for Taking Top Secret Docs to Mar-a-Lago: Report
The DOJ reportedly wants to know more about the classified documents Trump grabbed from the White House.
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Can Wild-Card Kathy Barnette Win Pennsylvania’s GOP Senate Primary?
The McCormick-Oz showdown has been upended by a little-known rival. Now the Establishment and parts of Trump World are trying to stop her.
capitol riot
capitol riot
January 6 Committee Orders Kevin McCarthy and Republicans to Testify
The House panel escalates its investigation in a major way ahead of public hearings.
the national interest
the national interest
Why Senate Republicans Want to Save Money by Skimping on Vaccines
Fiscal conservatism as pathology.
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Mo Brooks May Survive Trump’s Betrayal in Alabama Senate Race
The representative sojourned on after Trump unendorsed him for alleged “wokeness.” Now he has a decent chance at making a GOP runoff.
the national interest
the national interest
Biden Abandons the Obama Legacy on Charter Schools
The Education Department chooses teachers unions over poor kids.