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.
ABC News • Ben Gittleson • March 16 •
Cuomo should resign if allegations confirmed: Biden in exclusive ABC News interview
President Joe Biden told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos he thought New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo would "probably end up being prosecuted, too."
The New York Times • Astead W. Herndon • March 16 •
Democrats, Pushing Stimulus, Admit to Regrets on Obama’s 2009 Response
In pitching President Biden’s relief package, Democrats have said their 2009 stimulus efforts under Barack Obama were insufficient. Those close to Mr. Obama have noticed.
The Washington Post • Paul Sonne, Peter Hermann, Ellen Nakashima, Matt Zapotosky • March 16 •
Army initially pushed to deny District’s request for National Guard before Jan. 6
In a draft memo, the Army argued the U.S. military shouldn’t be needed unless more than 100,000 demonstrators were expected and all other federal resources had been exhausted.
Yahoo News • Hunter Walker • March 16 •
Inside the New York Democrats' messy fight over whether to impeach Andrew Cuomo
With mounting sexual misconduct accusations and an alleged cover-up of nursing home deaths, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is facing an investigation from his fellow Democrats in the state Assembly that could result in his removal from office.
The Washington Post • Lenny Bernstein, Ben Guarino • March 16 •
Some long-haul covid-19 patients say their symptoms are subsiding after getting vaccines
Little is known about the people who suffer debilitating symptoms for months, and even less about why the vaccine may be helping some
Los Angeles Times • Jennifer Haberkorn • March 15 •
Democrats loved Katie Porter when she bashed Trump. Now she is making them squirm
Progressive star Rep. Katie Porter of Orange County rose to prominence on the House Financial Services Committee. She won't be on it this year.
CNN • Zachary Cohen, Marshall Cohen and Katelyn Polantz, CNN • March 16 •
US intelligence report says Russia used Trump allies to influence 2020 election with goal of 'denigrating' Biden
The US intelligence community said in a landmark report Tuesday that the Russian government meddled in the 2020 election with an influence campaign "denigrating" President Joe Biden and "supporting" former President Donald Trump, detailing a massive disinformation push that successfully targeted, and was openly embraced, by Trump's allies.
National Review • Eleanor Holmes Norton • March 15 •
Bring Down the Capitol Hill Fencing
We cannot have our Capitol closed off from the people in a permanent way, the way it is now.
Politico PRO • March 15 •
How Yang charmed the right on his road to political stardom
Yang reached an audience of millions through an unconventional venue: shows that promoted a strongly anti-progressive point of view.
Variety • Ellise Shafer • March 16 •
Yaphet Kotto, Bond Villain and ‘Alien’ Star, Dies at 81
Yaphet Kotto, an actor known for his performances in “Alien,” the James Bond film “Live and Let Die” and the television series “Homicide: Life on the Street,” ha…
The Washington Post • Richard Hasen • March 16 •
Perspective | H.R. 1 can’t pass the Senate. But here are some voting reforms that could.
A smaller, more targeted bill might attract enough support to get past — or change — the filibuster
The New York Times • Julian E. Barnes • March 16 •
Putin authorized extensive election influence campaign, intelligence report says.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution • Henri Hollis, Shaddi Abusaid, Alexis Stevens • March 16 •
‘A crime against us all’: Atlanta mayor condemns deadly spa shooting spree
Outrage is growing following a shooting spree at three metro Atlanta spas that left eight people, including six Asian women, dead within the span of 45 minutes Tuesday.
POLITICO • Maya King, Holly Otterbein, James Arkin • March 16 •
Warnock win unleashes flood of Black candidates
“This idea that Black candidates can’t win statewide and young candidates can’t win statewide in difficult races was just disproven,” said a Pennsylvania lawmaker who recently launched a Senate campaign.
The Washington Post • Catherine Rampell • March 15 •
Opinion | Biden can easily lift the refugee ceiling. So why hasn’t he?
The White House has offered no explanation for why the president hasn't signed the paperwork to put his announced policy into effect.
The New York Times • Miriam Jordan, Simon Romero, Zolan Kanno-Youngs • March 15 •
Children Are Sleeping on Mats in Overcrowded Border Facilities
The Biden administration is struggling to find space for a surge of migrant children and teenagers that is almost three times the level seen early last year.
The Washington Post • Hannah Knowles, Reis Thebault, Jaclyn Peiser, Teo Armus, Tim Elfrink • March 16 •
Eight killed, including six Asian women, in Atlanta-area spa shootings; suspect arrested after manhunt
Shootings at three spas left eight dead, including six Asian women, spurring concern that the killings could be the latest in a surge of hate crimes against Asian Americans.
POLITICO • Meridith McGraw • March 16 •
Trump encourages Americans to get the Covid vaccine
The ex-president was notably absent from a recent ad campaign. But he told Fox News that getting shots in arms was important.