The Washington Post • Salvador Rizzo • April 27 •
Analysis | No, officials are not handing out Harris’s picture book to migrant kids
A flawed report in the New York Post quickly spread on right-wing media. But it's Four-Pinocchios false.
Vox • Sean Illing • April 27 •
"Wokeness is a problem and we all know it"
James Carville on the state of Democratic politics.
The New York Times • Jeffrey Gettleman, Atul Loke • April 27 •
‘This Is a Catastrophe.’ In India, Illness Is Everywhere.
As India suffers the world’s worst coronavirus crisis, our New Delhi bureau chief describes the fear of living amid a disease spreading at such scale and speed.
The New Yorker • Mike Spies • April 27 •
The Secret Footage of N.R.A. Chief Wayne LaPierre’s Botched Elephant Hunt
The chief executive has cultivated his image as an exemplar of American gun culture, but video of his clumsy marksmanship—and details regarding his Rodeo Drive shopping trips—tell another story.
The Washington Post • Tyler Pager, Anne Gearan • April 27 •
Biden donors, friends and former aides expected on first slate of high-profile ambassadors
After nearly five decades in politics, Biden’s long list of allies — who are mostly White and male — complicates his picks for plum overseas jobs.
The Washington Post • Washington Post Magazine Staff • April 27 •
Washington Post Magazine seeks pitches for underreported stories in communities across the country
We are looking for journalists to contribute to a special issue about the diminished state of local and community news in the United States.
The Washington Post • Lena H. Sun • April 27 •
CDC says fully vaccinated Americans can go without masks outdoors, except in crowded settings
Even unvaccinated individuals may go without masks when walking, jogging or biking outdoors with household members.
The Washington Post • WashPostPR • April 27 •
Perry Bacon, Jr. joins Washington Post Opinions as a columnist
Bacon will write on issues pertaining to politics, governing, identity and American society.
POLITICO • Natasha Korecki, Daniel Lippman • April 27 •
Inside Biden’s bubble: How an insular White House has kept drama and leaks at a minimum
One hundred days into the Biden administration, the White House is a tight ship run by a cadre of longtime Biden loyalists.
CNN • Daniel Dale, CNN • April 27 •
New York Post temporarily deletes, then edits false story that claimed Harris' book was given out in migrant 'welcome kits'
The New York Post temporarily deleted, and then edited and republished, a debunked article that falsely claimed that copies of Vice President Kamala Harris' book were being included in "welcome kits" given to migrant children at a shelter in Long Beach, California.
POLITICO • Melanie Zanona • April 26 •
McCarthy-Cheney divide deepens at GOP retreat
Just as Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy calls on his conference to unite at the GOP retreat, he and Rep. Liz Cheney are still disagreeing over former President Donald Trump.
The New York Times • Alexandra Alter, Jennifer Schuessler • April 27 •
Norton Takes Philip Roth Biography Out of Print
The publisher also said it would make a donation to sexual abuse organizations equal to the advance it paid Blake Bailey, the author accused of sexual assault.
POLITICO • Ally Mutnick • April 26 •
Redistricting kicks off ruthless year of House infighting
Incumbents in states that are losing seats are about to face a zero-sum deliberation: Give up their jobs, or run against a colleague.
The Washington Post • Jeff Stein • April 27 •
White House seeks to make massive boost to IRS enforcement centerpiece of new spending plan
Republicans have long sought to shrink the tax-collecting agency, but Biden aides believe hundreds of billions of dollars go uncollected each year.
Mother Jones • David Corn • April 27 •
In sworn testimony in inauguration scandal case, Donald Trump Jr. made apparently false statements
Look at this video.
The New York Times • Jennifer Steinhauer • April 27 •
After Failures to Curb Sexual Assault, a Move Toward a Major Shift in Military Law
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has fought for years to remove commanders from deciding assault cases. Now, more colleagues and a Pentagon panel agree.
Financial Times • Sun Yu • April 27 •
China set to report first population decline since 1949
Officials are preparing response to census data that should have been released weeks ago
Vox • Andrew Prokop • April 27 •
Joe Manchin wants to save Democrats from themselves
But is his love for the filibuster dooming the country to dysfunction?
POLITICO • Alex Thompson • April 27 •
Exclusive: Read Anita Dunn's memo to Democrats
The Dispatch • Nancy French • April 27 •
New Witnesses Allege Kanakuk Kamps Tried to Cover Up Child Sex Abuse
Experts say the FBI should investigate possible child trafficking.