The New York Times • Michael S. Schmidt, Katie Benner • March 30 •
Matt Gaetz Is Said to Be Investigated Over Possible Sexual Relationship With a Girl, 17
An inquiry into the Florida congressman was opened in the final months of the Trump administration, people briefed on it said.
The New York Times • Matt Flegenheimer, Jesse McKinley • March 1 •
Cuomo Accused of Unwanted Advance at a Wedding: ‘Can I Kiss You?’
The young woman’s account follows two separate accusations that Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed two female state employees.
The Washington Post • Josh Dawsey, Amy Brittain, Sarah Ellison • March 24 •
Andrew Cuomo’s family members were given special access to covid testing, according to people familiar with the arrangement
As part of the program, a state lab expedited the results of well-connected people who were tested, even as average New Yorkers were struggling to get tested in the early days of the pandemic due to a scarcity of resources.
The New York Times • J. David Goodman, Danny Hakim • March 4 •
Cuomo Aides Rewrote Nursing Home Report to Hide Higher Death Toll
The intervention was the earliest action yet known in an effort by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo that concealed how many nursing home residents died in the pandemic.
Intelligencer • Rebecca Traister • March 12 •
The Cruelty and the Casualties
Inside Andrew Cuomo’s toxic workplace.
The New York Times • Trip Gabriel, Reid J. Epstein • March 21 •
Assaulting the Truth, Ron Johnson Helps Erode Confidence in Government
Pushing false theories on the virus, the vaccine and the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, Mr. Johnson, the Republican senator from Wisconsin, has absorbed his party’s transformation under Donald Trump.
Intelligencer • Eric Levitz • March 3 •
David Shor on Why Trump Was Good for the GOP — and How Dems Can Win in 2022
The data scientist shares his latest theories on why Democrats lost Hispanic support in 2020 and what the party must do to avoid disaster in 2022.
The Washington Post • Amy Brittain, Josh Dawsey, Hannah Knowles, Tracy Jan • March 6 •
Cuomo’s behavior created ‘hostile, toxic’ workplace culture for decades, former aides say
One woman who worked with Andrew M. Cuomo when he was housing secretary said he gave her a physical embrace in a hotel room in 2000 that was “too tight, too intimate.” Cuomo denies her account.
POLITICO • Josh Gerstein • March 4 •
Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot
Federico Klein, a former State Department aide, was picked up Thursday on charges stemming from the Jan. 6 takeover of Congress.
CNN • Manu Raju, Barbara Starr, Zachary Cohen and Oren Liebermann, CNN • March 2 •
First on CNN: Rep. Ronny Jackson made sexual comments, drank alcohol and took Ambien while working as White House physician, Pentagon watchdog finds
The Department of Defense inspector general has issued a scathing review of Rep. Ronny Jackson during his time serving as the top White House physician, concluding that he made "sexual and denigrating" comments about a female subordinate, violated the policy for drinking alcohol while on a presidential trip and took prescription-strength sleeping medication that prompted concerns from his colleagues about his ability to provide proper care.
The Washington Post • Meagan Flynn, Michael Scherer • March 2 •
Donors gave a House candidate more than $8 million. A single firm took nearly half of it.
Baltimore Republican Kim Klacik’s viral ads were touted by President Donald Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr.
The New York Times • Nick Corasaniti, Jim Rutenberg • March 6 •
In Georgia, Republicans Take Aim at Role of Black Churches in Elections
New proposals by the G.O.P.-controlled Legislature have targeted Sunday voting, part of a raft of measures that could reduce the impact of Black voters in the state.
The Washington Post • Spencer Hsu, Peter Hermann, Emily Davies • March 15 •
Two arrested in assault on police officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died after Jan. 6 Capitol riot
The men allegedly sprayed the officer in the face with a chemical. They were not charged in Sicknick’s death.
The New York Times • Maggie Haberman, Jesse McKinley • March 16 •
How Cuomo’s Team Tried to Tarnish One of His Accusers
People tied to Gov. Andrew Cuomo sought to damage the credibility of Lindsey Boylan, the first woman to accuse Mr. Cuomo of sexual harassment.
ABC News • Benjamin Siegel • March 16 •
Biden says he supports reforming Senate filibuster in ABC News exclusive interview
President Joe Biden said he supports reforming the Senate filibuster in an ABC News exclusive interview Tuesday.
The Washington Post • Felicia Sonmez, Colby Itkowitz, John Wagner, Seung Min Kim, Tyler Pager • March 2 •
White House withdraws Tanden nomination; Biden says U.S. will have enough vaccine doses for every adult by end of May
The president also called into a weekly luncheon of Senate Democrats as he seeks to shore up support for $1.9 trillion legislation.
The Washington Post • Amy Brittain, Josh Dawsey • March 14 •
New York’s vaccine czar called county officials to gauge their loyalty to Cuomo amid sexual harassment investigation
Larry Schwartz, head of the state’s vaccine effort, acknowledged making the calls in response to an inquiry by The Washington Post, but said he did so as a 30-year friend of Cuomo and did not discuss vaccines.
The New York Times • Eric Lipton, Michael Forsythe • March 3 •
Inspector General’s Report Cites Elaine Chao for Using Office to Help Family
The Justice Department under the Trump administration declined to open a criminal investigation into the actions by Ms. Chao when she was transportation secretary.
The Washington Post • Beth Reinhard • March 19 •
Former lobbyist accuses Rep. Tom Reed, a potential Cuomo challenger, of sexual misconduct
Nicolette Davis, now a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, told The Washington Post the congressman rubbed her back and unhooked her bra during a gathering at a Minneapolis pub when she was a junior lobbyist in 2017. Reed says her account is “not accurate.”
The Wall Street Journal • Cameron McWhirter • March 11 •
Trump Call to Georgia Lead Investigator Reveals New Details
The then-president said that “something bad happened” and pressed for an investigation into votes from Fulton County, the state’s most populous that includes most of Atlanta.