CNN • Em Steck and Andrew Kaczynski, CNN • January 26 •
Marjorie Taylor Greene indicated support for executing prominent Democrats in 2018 and 2019 before running for Congress
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene repeatedly indicated support for executing prominent Democratic politicians in 2018 and 2019 before being elected to Congress, a CNN KFile review of hundreds of posts and comments from Greene's Facebook page shows.
The Washington Post • WashPostPR • January 26 •
Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron to retire at the end of February
Memos from Post Publisher Fred Ryan and Executive Editor Marty Baron
The Washington Post • Paul Sonne • January 26 •
Pentagon restricted commander of D.C. Guard ahead of Capitol riot
Maj. Gen. William J. Walker, who commands the D.C. Guard, said he was prohibited from taking actions without higher-level sign-off on Jan. 6.
The Washington Post • Laura Meckler • January 26 •
CDC finds scant spread of coronavirus in schools with precautions in place
Researchers warn that indoor athletics, without masks and with close contact, pose danger.
@WSJ • January 26 •
Video Investigation: Proud Boys Were Key Instigators in Capitol Riot
The Proud Boys, a far-right group, have tried to downplay their role in the Capitol riot. A WSJ investigation shows that at many of the day’s key moments, Proud Boys were at the forefront. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann
The Atlantic • Adam Serwer • January 26 •
Biden Will Lie to You
All presidents do.
The New York Times • Katie Robertson, Marc Tracy • January 26 •
Martin Baron, Who Led Three Major Papers, Retires From Washington Post
After leading journalists to Pulitzer Prizes in Miami, Boston and Washington, The Post’s executive editor said he would call it a career on Feb. 28.
Intelligencer • Jonathan Chait • January 26 •
McConnell: It Was Too Soon to Impeach Trump, Now It’s Too Late
And there was a perfect moment, but they were on vacation.
CREW | Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington • January 26 •
Kayleigh McEnany's Financial Disclosure reveals agreement with Fox News - CREW | Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
According to her financial disclosure, Kayleigh McEnany reached an agreement with Fox News in January 2021 to start working there this month.
Associated Press • Matthew Lee • January 26 •
First Biden-Putin call shows both cautious on big concerns
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin held their first conversation as counterparts Tuesday in a phone call that underscored troubled relations and the...
STAT • Sharon Begley • January 26 •
A growing share of lung cancer is turning up in never-smokers - STAT
Scientists disagree whether the number of lung cancer patients who never smoked is increasing, but the proportion who never did clearly is.
Axios • Alayna Treene • January 26 •
Hundreds of Biden staffers receive COVID vaccine
The Biden administration is working toward vaccinating all in-person staff over the next few weeks.
Axios • Lachlan Markay • January 26 •
Susan Collins helps defense contractor before pro-Collins PAC gets donation
A PAC backing Collins got $150k from an entity linked to the wife of a defense contractor whose firm Collins helped.
CNN • Brian Stelter, CNN Business • January 26 •
Washington Post editor Marty Baron announces his retirement
Marty Baron, the editor who transformed the Washington Post into an international powerhouse and led the news organization to win 10 Pulitzer Prizes, is retiring next month.
POLITICO • Melanie Zanona, Tara Palmeri • January 26 •
McCarthy claws his way back to Trump’s good side
The minority leader’s attempt to smooth things over with the ex-president could backfire.
The Washington Post • Isaac Stanley-Becker, Laurie McGinley, Christopher Rowland • January 26 •
Biden administration seeks to buy 200 million more vaccine doses, to be delivered through the summer
The White House also told governors they will get 16 percent more doses starting next week because of increased manufacturing.
The Washington Post • Heather Long • January 26 •
Cutting off stimulus checks to Americans earning over $75,000 could be wise, new data suggests
President Biden is debating another round of $1,400 stimulus payments. Some in Congress have urged the president to target aid to lower-income families only.
The Dispatch • Haley Byrd Wilt and Andrew Egger • January 26 •
Senate Prepares for Trump's Trial
Why the path to 17 GOP votes is slim.
POLITICO • Holly Otterbein • January 26 •
Pennsylvania GOP pledges full allegiance to Trump
Once a producer of centrist Republicans like Arlen Specter and Tom Ridge, the state GOP now bears the MAGA stamp.
CNN • Donie O'Sullivan, CNN Business • January 26 •
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been banned from Twitter
Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, was banned from Twitter Monday night, according to a Twitter spokesperson.