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THE FEED
close calls
close calls
Trump Might Not Have to Sell Off His Properties Just Yet
An appeals judge ruled that the former president can apply for a bank loan to pay the bond on his $464 million fine.
politics
politics
New York Has a New Congressional Map — Again
In the end, Democrats declined to play gerrymandering hardball.
early and often
early and often
Team Trump’s Case for Disqualifying Fani Willis Is Collapsing
Though there’s lots of innuendo in the air, supposed evidence of an improper relationship between the Atlanta prosecutors seems to be evaporating.
the money game
the money game
Bitcoin FOMO Is Back: ‘This Is Officially a Craze”
Is a new Wall Street investment product creating a new crypto boom?
early and often
early and often
Mitch McConnell’s Power Trip Finally Comes to an End
With his control slipping owing to health problems and a bad relationship with Donald Trump, McConnell announced he’ll step down as Senate leader.
more marianne
more marianne
Marianne Williamson Is Back in the Race, by Not-Very-Popular Demand
The self-help author unsuspended her campaign three weeks after calling it quits.
royals
royals
King Charles’s Cancer Diagnosis: Health News & Royal Response
Here’s the latest news on King Charles’s health, Prince Harry response, and how William and Camilla are fulfilling his duties during treatment.
early and often
early and often
Michigan Results Show End Is Near for Nikki Haley’s GOP Candidacy
After another big loss to Trump in Michigan, it’s even clearer that Haley won’t be the GOP nominee. But No Labels could be another path forward.
the city politic
the city politic
Stopping This Hospital Closure Is Key Test of Black Political Power in New York
SUNY Downstate has long been a lifeline to a medically underserved community in Brooklyn. The state wants to shutter it.
what we know
what we know
What We Know About the Man Who Self-Immolated in Front of the Israeli Embassy
The 25-year-old Air Force service member shouted “Free Palestine” as he burned to death in protest of the Israel-Hamas war.
crime
crime
The Murder on My Running Trail
The death of young runner Laken Riley at the University of Georgia quickly becomes more grist for the culture wars.
early and often
early and often
Michigan ‘Uncommitted’ Vote Sends Biden Message, Not a Blow
A campaign to protest Biden’s policy on the Israel-Hamas war exceeded low expectations. But the president still won the Michigan primary handily.
early and often
early and often
No Labels Will Decide Whether to Jump Into the 2024 Election Next Week
The group’s convention will be just after Super Tuesday, when Nikki Haley might need a new party to run in.
the city politic
the city politic
Jerry Nadler Would Like 10 More Years
After rumors he might step aside, New York’s oldest representative says he could keep going past 80 — like some presidential candidates.
early and often
early and often
Biden Wrongly Roasts Trump Over Forgetting Melania’s Name
On Late Night With Seth Myers, the president responded to concerns about his age by saying Trump forgot his wife’s name at CPAC, which didn’t happen.
politics
politics
The Winners and Losers From New York’s New Congressional Map
State Democrats have opted against instituting an extreme gerrymander.
early and often
early and often
President Biden’s Weirdest White House Habits
“Executive time” and the Diet Coke button are gone, but Biden keeps the White House weird with his secret TV, Gatorade habit, and “fexting.”
longshot bets
longshot bets
Trump Is Closer Than Ever to a Giant Truth Social Payday
The ex-president’s social network has been a joke for years, but it might be on the verge of an unlikely turnaround.
early and often
early and often
Who Will Be Trump’s VP Pick? The Latest 2024 Veepstake Odds
Does Stefanik have “the look”? Is Scott loyal enough? Where does Noem rank? Here are each VP candidate’s odds in the race to be Trump’s running mate.
the money game
the money game
How Much More Expensive Is Food Now, Really?
The weird debate over who is gaslighting who about the cost of groceries.
the national interest
the national interest
Should Biden Drop Out and Pick a New Candidate? Maybe Later.
It’s almost panic time.
games
games
The Slow, Painful Death of Sports Twitter
What was once an essential and joyous gathering place has become a wasteland under Elon Musk.
family separation
family separation
Will the Families Separated by Trump Ever Be Reunited?
The Trump administration forcibly separated 5,000 families at the border. Five years later, the work of reunifying them is painfully incomplete.
early and often
early and often
Trump’s Primary Results Don’t Mean He’s Doomed in November
Trump doesn’t have unanimous support in Republican primaries. But Haley may be attracting Biden voters rather than crucial swing voters.
tremendous content
tremendous content
Melania’s ‘I Don’t Care’ Jacket Was a (Botched) Jab at Ivanka
A forthcoming book claims Melania Trump’s most confounding moment as First Lady was part of a four-year power struggle with her stepdaughter.