The New York Times • Nick Corasaniti • January 25 •
Rudy Giuliani Sued by Dominion Voting Systems Over False Election Claims
The suit against Mr. Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump who pushed to overturn the election results, accuses him of carrying out “a viral disinformation campaign.”
Cincinnati Enquirer • Jason Williams, Scott Wartman, Hannah K. Sparling • January 25 •
Portman: 'It’s a tough time to be in public service.' Ohio Senator won't seek re-election.
U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, perhaps the most powerful politician from Greater Cincinnati outside of the Taft family, will not seek a third term in 2022.
The Post and Courier • Tyler Fleming • January 25 •
How growing up in Aynor prepared one of the nation's top reporters to cover Trump
Joshua Dawsey of Aynor has established himself as one of the top political reporters in the United States.
POLITICO • Gabby Orr, Meridith McGraw, Daniel Lippman • January 25 •
Some Trump aides stuck with him till the end. Now they're screwed.
The former president has all but vanished from public view while his former team navigates an unforgiving job market.
The Bulwark • Christian Vanderbrouk • January 25 •
Meet Trump’s Pro-Insurrection “Intellectuals” - The Bulwark
Trumpism’s “intellectual” wing spent weeks calling for violence.
CNN • Kaitlan Collins, CNN • January 25 •
Biden tells CNN Trump's impeachment trial 'has to happen'
President Joe Biden on Monday offered his most extensive comments since taking office on former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, telling CNN, "I think it has to happen."
POLITICO • Burgess Everett • January 25 •
Manchin emphatic he 'will not vote' to kill the filibuster
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has pushed for a guarantee that the filibuster remain in place.
The Washington Post • Seung Min Kim, Tom Hamburger, Josh Dawsey, Karoun Demirjian • January 25 •
House Democrats plan to focus impeachment trial on how rioters reacted to Trump’s remarks
The impeachment managers and their advisers have scoured social media sites as they seek to build a case that the former president incited his supporters to attack the U.S. Capitol.
POLITICO • Christopher Cadelago, Natasha Korecki • January 25 •
MAGA media looks to turn White House briefing room into a battlefield
Some Trump loving members of the press corps are eager to get access to the Biden White House.
The New York Times • Maggie Haberman, Reid J. Epstein • January 25 •
As Trump Seeks to Remain a Political Force, New Targets Emerge
As Donald Trump surveys the political landscape, there is a sudden Senate opening in Ohio, an ally’s bid for Arkansas governor, and some scores to settle elsewhere.
Slate • William Saletan • January 24 •
The Enemy Isn’t Republicans
The case for a broad, fact-based alliance against lies.
Just Security • Ryan Goodman • January 25 •
“Fight for Trump”: Video Evidence of Incitement at the Capitol
New video footage scraped from Parler and former federal prosecutors' reactions.
The New York Times • Katie Benner • January 22 •
Trump and Justice Dept. Lawyer Said to Have Plotted to Oust Acting Attorney General
Trying to find another avenue to push his baseless election claims, Donald Trump considered installing a loyalist.
The New York Times • Matthew Goldstein, Katherine Rosman • January 25 •
Apollo C.E.O. to Step Down After Firm Finds More Payments to Jeffrey Epstein
An inquiry’s finding that Leon Black, the billionaire boss of Apollo Global Management, paid the convicted sex offender $158 million touched off an attempt to remove him.
The New York Times • Eric Lipton • January 24 •
Trump Administration Quietly Eased Sanctions on Israeli Billionaire
The reversal by the Treasury Department during the administration’s final days came after an appeal by lobbyists with close ties to the former president.
The Washington Post • Mike DeBonis, Seung Min Kim • January 23 •
Fight over the rules grinds the Senate to a halt, imperiling Biden’s legislative agenda
The two parties have yet to agree how to operate the 50-50 chamber days after Democrats took control.
The New York Times • Donald G. McNeil Jr. • January 24 •
Fauci on What Working for Trump Was Really Like
From denialism to death threats, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci describes a fraught year as an adviser to President Donald J. Trump on the Covid-19 pandemic.
POLITICO • • January 25 •
POLITICO Playbook: Republicans feel the squeeze on impeachment
And a bipartisan group of senators tell Biden officials that their pandemic relief package is too costly.
The Washington Post • Elahe Izadi • January 22 •
An old arrest can follow you forever online. Some newspapers want to fix that.
The Boston Globe is is the latest newsroom to consider scrubbing information from old crime stories that still haunt their subjects.
The New York Times • Katie Robertson • January 25 •
Rupert Murdoch, Accepting Award, Condemns ‘Awful Woke Orthodoxy’
Mr. Murdoch of News Corp, who spoke in a video, has been relatively quiet publicly in recent years. He called conformity on social media “a straitjacket on sensibility.”