USA TODAY • Brenna Smith, Jessica Guynn, Will Carless • March 28 •
Insurrection fundraiser: Capitol riot extremists, Trump supporters raise money for lawyer bills online
Extremists in the Capitol riot Jan. 6 have bounced around sites to raise funds for legal bills, creating a game of cat-and-mouse with tech companies.
Vox • Jason Del Rey • March 28 •
Amazon started a Twitter war because Jeff Bezos was pissed
Snarky tweets targeting Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren came after the CEO told execs they weren’t pushing back hard enough on critics.
POLITICO • • March 28 •
POLITICO Playbook: Dissension inside The Washington Post
And gun reform legislation remains a thorny issue for Congress.
The Washington Post • Margaret Sullivan • March 26 •
Perspective | Three groundbreaking journalists saw the Vietnam War differently. It’s no coincidence they were women.
A new book tells the story of war reporters Frances FitzGerald, Kate Webb and Catherine Leroy.
The Washington Post • E.J. Dionne • March 27 •
Opinion | Joe Biden is a paradigm shifter
Liberals have spent far too much time apologizing. The president said enough of that.
The Washington Post • Arelis R. Hernández • March 27 •
For migrants at the border, reasoning on expulsions can seem random and cruelly unclear
Thousands are journeying to the border, motivated by complicated personal and practical reasons that intersect where survival meets opportunity.
The Daily Beast • Jose Pagliery • March 28 •
The Unlikely Team of Prosecutors Hunting Trump in Georgia
The public integrity unit at the Fulton County District Attorney’s office once had a miserable reputation. Now, a new crew there is investigating the biggest target of them all.
POLITICO • David Siders, Zach Montellaro • March 28 •
‘He’s toast’: GOP leaves Raffensperger twisting in the wind
The Georgia GOP secretary of state who bucked Donald Trump is up against serious resistance within his own party.
The Daily Beast • Justin Rohrlich • March 28 •
Trump Crashes Mar-a-Lago Wedding to Whine About Election Loss
In a two-minute clip obtained by TMZ, the former U.S. president laid out his own personal grievances for the happy couple.
The New York Times • Ben Smith • March 28 •
Inside America’s Most Interesting Magazine, and Media’s Oddest Workplace
The publication of the “Harper’s letter” attracted huge attention. Most people had stopped reading the magazine, which is stranger and better than you might expect.
POLITICO • Natasha Bertrand • March 28 •
'Time is not on our side' — Biden navigates cyber attacks without a cyber czar
Turf wars and political battles are keeping open a role that Congress created and is demanding be filled.
The Dispatch • David French and Nancy French • March 28 •
‘They Aren’t Who You Think They Are’
The inside story of how Kanakuk—one of America’s largest Christian camps—enabled horrific abuse.
The Washington Post • Annie Linskey, Marianna Sotomayor • March 28 •
The Biden do-over: Democrats get a chance to try again on Obama defeats
Surrounded by many of the same top aides who worked in the Obama White House, Team Biden is behaving almost like they are back to work after a lengthy sabbatical, picking up where Obama left off.
The New York Times • Farah Stockman • March 26 •
Opinion | The County Where Cops Call the Shots
Fiscal conservatives and liberal activists both want to curb the power of police unions in Suffolk County. Can they do it?
The Washington Post • Amy B Wang • March 27 •
Birx tells CNN most U.S. covid deaths ‘could have been mitigated’ after first 100,000
In a CNN documentary, President Donald Trump's former coronavirus response coordinator says hundreds of thousands of deaths were preventable.
The Washington Post • Dan Diamond, Lena H. Sun, Isaac Stanley-Becker • March 28 •
‘Vaccine passports’ are on the way, but developing them won’t be easy
The effort has taken on momentum amid President Biden’s pledge that the nation will start to regain post-pandemic normalcy this summer, and with a growing number of companies saying they will require proof of vaccinations before reopening their doors.
The New Yorker • Jonathan Blitzer • March 28 •
Biden and the Blame Game at the Border
The issues involved are nearly impossible to settle as long as policymakers regard decency as a political weakness rather than as a moral strength.
The Wall Street Journal • Stu Woo • March 27 •
In the Suez Canal, Economics and Physics Make for Tough Sailing
Between the growth of container vessels and the hydrodynamics of the canal, conditions were ripe for a mishap like the Ever Given’s predicament in Egypt this week.
The Washington Post • Stephanie McCrummen • March 27 •
‘We’re going to take care of you, okay?’
In Alabama, the scramble to get vaccines to the people in greatest need
The Daily Beast • Matt Lewis • March 28 •
Sidney Powell’s ‘Just Kidding’ Defense Is Seriously, Literally Nuts
When people enter into the political arena, invent crazy conspiracy theories, and stoke violence and sedition, millions of Americans do take them seriously.