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.
POLITICO • Anita Kumar • March 1 •
Biden won’t release White House virtual visitor logs
Government watchdogs are urging Biden to do more to keep the American public informed, including releasing virtual visitor logs.
The Washington Post • Mike DeBonis, Jeremy Barr • February 28 •
Rewriting January 6th: Republicans push false and misleading accounts of Capitol riot
The efforts are aimed at muddying the clear picture of what occurred: A pro-Trump mob, mobilized by the former president’s false claims of a stolen election, stormed the seat of American government to keep Trump in power through violent means.
Medium • Donald G. McNeil Jr. • March 1 •
NYTimes Peru N-Word, Part One: Introduction
On February 5 this year, one week after an article about me appeared in the Daily Beast, The New York Times announced that I would be…
The New York Times • Ben Protess, William K. Rashbaum, Maggie Haberman • March 1 •
Prosecutors Investigating Trump Focus on His Finance Chief
Manhattan district attorney investigators who are examining possible financial fraud have asked witnesses about Allen Weisselberg, the chief financial officer at the Trump Organization.
The New York Times • Michael M. Grynbaum, Davey Alba, Reid J. Epstein • March 1 •
How Pro-Trump Forces Pushed a Lie About Antifa at the Capitol Riot
On social media, on cable networks and even in the halls of Congress, supporters of Donald J. Trump tried to rewrite history in real time, pushing the fiction that left-wing agitators were to blame for the violence on Jan. 6.
PRESS RUN • Eric Boehlert • March 1 •
What a mess — Maureen Dowd lectures liberals about the press
Listen now (7 min) | If you’d prefer to hear today’s newsletter, click play. Note to longtime PRESS RUN readers: Please consider subscribing for $6 a month. Thanks! Stay healthy. Be kind. Anxious to engage in Both Sides whitewashing of journalism failures from the Trump era, some prominent journalists are lashing out at liberals for having the nerve to criticize news coverage of the Biden White House. Leading the defensive charge is
Charleston Gazette-Mail • Joe Severino Staff writer • February 27 •
Manchin: 'There’s a moment here' for bipartisanship, purpose
WASHINGTON — For West Virginia and Sen. Joe Manchin, the time is now.
The New York Times • Jesse McKinley • March 1 •
Cuomo Must Admit to His ‘Predatory Behavior,’ Accuser Says
“These are not the actions of someone who simply feels misunderstood; they are the actions of an individual who wields his power to avoid justice,” Charlotte Bennett said.
The New York Times • Maggie Haberman • March 1 •
Trump and his wife received coronavirus vaccine before leaving the White House.
Former President Donald J. Trump and his wife, Melania, quietly received coronavirus vaccinations in January before leaving the White House, an adviser said on Monday.
The Washington Post • Isaac Stanley-Becker • March 1 •
Johnson & Johnson vaccine deepens concerns over racial and geographic inequities
Governors weigh ease of use against the perception of a two-tiered system if the new coronavirus vaccine is deployed primarily to harder-to-reach communities.
The Washington Post • Matt Viser • March 1 •
Chris Meagher joins White House press office
Veteran Democratic spokesman replaces TJ Ducklo, who resigned amid reports he had threatened a journalist.
Medium • Donald G. McNeil Jr. • March 1 •
NYTimes Peru N-Word, Part Two: What Happened January 28?
At 11:17 A.M. on January 28, I got an email from the Daily Beast. It was from Lachlan Cartwright, and said:
The Washington Post • Glenn Kessler • March 1 •
Analysis | Rep. Jim Jordan’s false claim that Pelosi denied a request for National Guard troops
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) made a startling claim based on zero evidence
The Washington Post • Jay Greene, Eli Rosenberg • February 28 •
Biden hails Amazon workers pressing to unionize in Alabama in unusual sign of support
The president tweeted a video Sunday night calling out warehouse workers who are in the process of voting by mail to determine whether they will be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.
The Washington Post • Greg Sargent • March 1 •
Opinion | Trump’s big CPAC lie unmasks a vile truth. Democrats ignore it at their peril.
Trump just told us exactly what Republicans will do to retake power.
The Bulwark • Mickey Edwards • March 1 •
Mugged by Reality - The Bulwark
Several years ago, I was mugged and robbed as I took an early-morning walk through Louis Armstrong Park in New Orleans. I should have been paying more attention, been more alert, but instead I was taken by surprise and had the bruises to show for it. That event came to mind as I watched this […]
The Bulwark • William Kristol • March 1 •
The Facts of Life - The Bulwark
My suggestion last week that perhaps the best way some of us who’ve been conservatives can now help the country is to help the Biden administration succeed, and help the Democratic party move to the center, seems to have stirred up a minor tempest in the conservative teapot. I asked whether one shouldn’t “consider allying […]
The Wall Street Journal • Jimmy Vielkind, Joe Palazzolo • March 1 •
Gov. Cuomo’s Accuser Faults Him for Resisting Independent Sexual Harassment Investigation
Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration has retained veteran white-collar defense lawyer Elkan Abramowitz amid probes into harassment and Covid-19 nursing-home deaths.
USA TODAY • Kurt Bardella • March 1 •
The Republican civil war was over 5 years ago. Trump and the winners have a new target: Us
Trump needed only tweets and cowardly Republicans to occupy the party. Nothing has shaken their devotion. The Capitol attack was just the opening act.