The New York Times • Richard Fausset, Danny Hakim • February 10 •
Georgia Prosecutors Open Criminal Inquiry Into Trump’s Efforts to Subvert Election
State officials are being instructed to preserve documents related to “attempts to influence” the Georgia election, just weeks after former President Donald J. Trump asked an elections official to “find” votes.
The Washington Post • Todd Frankel • February 10 •
A majority of the people arrested for Capitol riot had a history of financial trouble
A trail of bankruptcies, tax problems and bad debts raises questions for researchers trying to understand the motivations for the attack.
The New York Times • Matt Flegenheimer • February 10 •
The Upper Crust Has Its Candidate. Don’t Call Him ‘the Black Bloomberg.’
Raymond McGuire has lived a grand New York life, conquering Wall Street and kibitzing with Steve Martin. But in his campaign for mayor, he is eager to reach beyond his wealthy supporters.
The New York Times • Ben Protess, William K. Rashbaum • February 10 •
Trump Justice Department Sought to Block Search of Giuliani Records
Manhattan prosecutors had been prepared to seek a search warrant for electronic records related to powerful Ukrainians who had helped Rudolph Giuliani dig for dirt on the Biden family.
The New York Times • Dan Barry • February 10 •
The Vaccine Had to Be Used. He Used It. He Was Fired.
Ten doses of the Covid-19 vaccine would expire within hours, so a Houston doctor gave it to people with medical conditions, including his wife. What followed was “the lowest moment in my life,” Dr. Hasan Gokal said.
Just Security • Atlantic Council's DFRLab • February 10 •
#StopTheSteal: Timeline of Social Media and Extremist Activities Leading to 1/6 Insurrection
How a convergence of disinformation, domestic extremists and anti-democracy movements reached a horrifying climax at the U.S. Capitol.
POLITICO • Kyle Cheney, Andrew Desiderio • February 10 •
Impeachment managers unveil dramatic footage of Capitol attack
Prosecutors presented never-before-seen footage of the chaos during the first day of formal arguments in Trump's second trial.
The Wall Street Journal • Drew Hinshaw, Jeremy Page, Betsy McKay • February 10 •
Possible Early Covid-19 Cases in China Emerge During WHO Mission
About 90 people were hospitalized with coronavirus-like symptoms in the country in the two months before the virus’s detection in Wuhan, said World Health Organization researchers who pressed Beijing for further study.
Asbury Park Press • Kathleen Hopkins, Ken Serrano • February 10 •
Springsteen blew 0.02 - quarter of legal BAC limit in DWI arrest, source says
Bruce Springsteen's blood-alcohol content was a quarter the legal limit when he was charged with DUI on Sandy Hook in November, a source said.
Commentary Magazine • John Podhoretz • February 10 •
Trump’s Mob Would Have Killed Them If It Had the Chance
This is what we learned today. We learned that on January 6, Mitt Romney was coming down a hallway. In less than a minute, he would have encountered members of
The New York Times • Andrew Jacobs • February 10 •
Can’t Find an N95 Mask? This Company Has 30 Million That It Can’t Sell.
Health workers are still being forced to ration protective masks, but small U.S. manufacturers can’t find buyers, and some are in a danger of going under.
Gallup • by Jeffrey M. Jones • February 9 •
GOP Image Slides Giving Democrats Strong Advantage
Americans' opinion of the Republican Party has declined since November, with 37% now viewing it positively, compared with 48% who have a positive opinion of the Democratic Party.
The New York Times • Erica L. Green • February 10 •
How We Decided to Send Our Daughter Back to School
I thought I would have until our first grader went off to college before I would feel such anxiety.
HuffPost • HuffPost, Alanna Vagianos • February 10 •
At Least 9 Far-Right Insurrectionists Have A History Of Violence Against Women
A HuffPost investigation found that multiple men arrested for the U.S. Capitol insurrection have restraining orders against them over domestic violence a...
The New York Times • Nick Corasaniti, Annie Karni, Isabella Grullón Paz • February 10 •
‘There’s Nothing Left’: Why Thousands of Republicans Are Leaving the Party
Voting registration data indicates a stronger-than-usual flight from the G.O.P. since the Capitol riot, with an intensely fluid period in American politics now underway.
CBS News • Fred Backus • March 10 •
Large bipartisan majority of Americans favor more COVID economic relief
Many would prefer that the congressional relief package receive bipartisan support.
Axios • Hans Nichols • February 10 •
Scoop: Biden considering Lisa Cook for open Fed seat
The appointment would be historic, since Cook would be the first Black woman to join the Fed.
POLITICO • Marianne LeVine, Sarah Ferris, Melanie Zanona, Andrew Desiderio • February 10 •
Shocking trial video opens Jan. 6 wounds for lawmakers
The never-before-seen footage presented by the House Democratic managers sent a jolt through the Senate on the second day of Donald Trump’s trial.
The Washington Post • Nick Miroff • February 10 •
Border arrests rose in January, in latest sign of migration wave that could test Biden
For the first time since 2013, border enforcement figures increased from December to January.
CNN • Evan Perez, David Shortell and Caroline Kelly, CNN • February 10 •
New video helping investigators in search for suspects in US Capitol police officer's death
Federal authorities have narrowed to a handful the number of suspects in the death of US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, a US official briefed on the probe said Wednesday, raising hopes that investigators can bring charges in the case.