The New York Times • Noah Weiland, Maggie Haberman, Mark Mazzetti, Annie Karni • February 11 • nytimes.com
Trump Was Sicker Than Acknowledged With Covid-19
When he was hospitalized with the coronavirus in October, his blood oxygen levels had plunged and officials feared he was on the verge of being placed on a ventilator.
Associated Press • Steve Peoples • February 11 • apnews.com
How a leading anti-Trump group ignored a crisis in its ranks
WASHINGTON (AP) — Last June, the Lincoln Project was on a high. Led by several prominent former Republican consultants, its slickly produced ads attacking President Donald Trump made it...
The New York Times • Ezra Klein • February 11 • nytimes.com
Opinion | California Is Making Liberals Squirm
If progressivism can’t work there, why should the country believe it can work anywhere else?
New York Post • Bernadette Hogan, Carl Campanile, Bruce Golding • February 11 • nypost.com
Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa admits they hid nursing home data so feds wouldn’t find out
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aide privately apologized to Democratic lawmakers for withholding the state’s nursing home death toll from COVID-19 — telling them “we froze” out of fear t…
POLITICO • Heather Caygle, Sarah Ferris, Laura Barrón-López • February 11 • politico.com
‘It would be very difficult’: Dems prepare for heartburn over Biden immigration plan
Moving on dual tracks, Democrats eye small, fast immigration wins as they unveil the president's overhaul.
The New York Times • Michael S. Schmidt, Luke Broadwater • February 11 • nytimes.com
Officers’ Injuries, Including Concussions, Show Scope of Violence at Capitol Riot
The impeachment trial of former President Donald J. Trump has heightened attention on the rioters’ attacks on officers, some of which resulted in serious damage.
Los Angeles Times • Noah Bierman • February 10 • latimes.com
Meena Harris has a personal brand. Some fear she's profiting from her Aunt Kamala’s office
The White House and others fear scrutiny over the personal branding efforts of the vice president's niece, which have grown with Kamala Harris' career.
The Washington Post • Dan Diamond, Amy Goldstein • February 11 • washingtonpost.com
Biden administration to move Friday to rescind Medicaid work requirements
The actions repudiate Trump’s policy goal of requiring many poor, able-bodied people to work in exchange for receiving government health benefits.
The New Yorker • Susan B. Glasser • February 11 • newyorker.com
“We Lost the Line”: Trump Is on the Brink of Yet Another Senate Acquittal
Republican senators ran for their lives, but they will not run from the former President.
The New York Times • Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Eric Schmitt • February 11 • nytimes.com
Videos Turn Eugene Goodman Into a Reluctant Hero in the Capitol Attack
The Capitol Police officer, who served in the Sunni triangle during one of the most dangerous periods of the Iraq War, is credited with saving the lives of members of Congress on Jan. 6.
Charlotte Observer • Joel Burgess, William Cummings • February 10 • citizen-times.com
Ex-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell served at NC home with $1.3B Dominion Voting lawsuit
Dominion Voting Systems said Trump’s former lawyer Sidney Powell “evaded attempts” to be served in a defamation lawsuit.
CNN • Katelyn Polantz, CNN • February 11 • cnn.com
Justice Department says an Oath Keepers leader waited for Trump's direction before Capitol attack
The Justice Department is now making clear that a leader among the Oath Keepers paramilitary group -- who planned and led others in the US Capitol siege to attempt to stop the Biden presidency -- believed she was responding to the call from then-President Donald Trump himself.
HuffPost • HuffPost, Jesselyn Cook • February 11 • huffpost.com
‘I Miss My Mom’: Children Of QAnon Believers Are Desperately Trying To Deradicalize Their Own Parents
Here’s what it’s like to lose the person who raised you to a far-right cult.
The Atlantic • David Frum • February 10 • theatlantic.com
There Is No Defense—Only Complicity
Republican senators are shrinking before the eyes of the whole country.
The Washington Post • Manuel Roig-Franzia • February 10 • washingtonpost.com
For decades Donald Trump bullied Palm Beach to get his way. Now he’s determined to make it his home.
From fireworks to a Madonna photo shoot, he has defied local officials. But they remain reluctant to fight the former president’s plan to live at his Mar-a-Lago Club.
The Washington Post • Rosalind Helderman, Josh Dawsey • February 11 • washingtonpost.com
Mounting evidence suggests Trump knew of danger to Pence when he attacked him as lacking ‘courage’ amid Capitol siege
His decision to denigrate the vice president as rioters were marauding through the building underscores how Trump delayed taking action to rein in his supporters.
The Washington Post • Mike DeBonis, Tom Hamburger, Matt Viser, Amy Gardner • February 11 • washingtonpost.com
‘We have to move on’: Why Democrats decided to fast-track Trump’s second impeachment trial
What stands to be lost, at least temporarily, is a full reckoning for what may be the most dismal day for American democracy since the end of the Civil War.
The Guardian • Amanda Holpuch • February 11 • theguardian.com
US could have averted 40% of Covid deaths, says panel examining Trump's policies
The country began the pandemic with a degraded public health infrastructure, leading to more deaths than other high-income countries
Asian American Journalists Association • February 11 • aaja.org
AAJA Condemns Anti-Asian Racism and Challenges Newsrooms to Prioritize Coverage of Anti-Asian Violence, Asian American Journalists Association
February 11, 2021 AAJA Condemns Anti-Asian Racism and Challenges Newsrooms to Prioritize Coverage of Anti-Asian Violence The Asian American...
bellingcat • Bellingcat Investigation Team • February 11 • bellingcat.com
Vladimir Kara-Murza Tailed by Members of FSB Squad Prior to Suspected Poisonings - bellingcat
Open source data reveals that Vladimir Kara-Murza, was followed by a specialist FSB team prior to his suspected poisonings in 2015 and 2017.