The Washington Post • Liz Cheney • May 5 •
Opinion | Liz Cheney: The GOP is at a turning point. History is watching us.
Republicans must decide whether we are going to choose truth and fidelity to the Constitution.
The New York Times • Rukmini Callimachi, Tamir Kalifa • May 5 •
‘I Used to Like School’: An 11-Year-Old’s Struggle With Pandemic Learning
Without home internet, Jordyn Coleman has had trouble staying connected to remote classes during the coronavirus pandemic.
New York Daily News • Larry McShane • May 5 •
Please buy this newspaper: A Daily News reporter begs a local owner to rescue the tabloid from Alden Global Capital
Like any good tabloid headline, it’s simple, snappy and succinct: DAILY NEWS NEEDS NEW OWNER.
The Washington Post • Dan Balz • May 4 •
Perspective | The effort to dump Liz Cheney is the consequence of a party that lost its way
For now, Trump has won the battle for the soul of the GOP. Dissenters to his big lie are not welcome.
Bloomberg • Brad Stone • May 5 •
The Untold Story of How Jeff Bezos Beat the Tabloids
When a gossip rag went after the CEO, he retaliated with the brutal, brilliant efficiency he used to build his business empire. In an exclusive excerpt from the new book Amazon Unbound comes an unrivaled tale of money, sex, and power.
The Bulwark • William Kristol • May 5 •
The Learned Helplessness of Republican Elites - The Bulwark
“Can you believe what’s happening to the House Republicans?” a big GOP donor texted me yesterday. “Actually,” I texted back, “I can believe it. Some of us have been saying for some time that this is precisely what’s happening to the Republican party.” “It’s terrible what they’re doing to Liz Cheney,” a prominent conservative commentator emailed […]
The Washington Post • Greg Sargent • May 5 •
Opinion | How GOP rage at Liz Cheney makes a future stolen election more likely
Republicans appear to be unshackling themselves from any obligation toward democracy.
POLITICO • Eliana Johnson • May 5 •
Opinion | The Real Reason Republicans Want to Oust Liz Cheney
The problem isn’t her views on Donald Trump. It’s her relationships with fellow Republicans.
The Washington Post • Elizabeth Dwoskin, Cat Zakrzewski • May 5 •
Facebook’s Oversight Board upheld the social network’s decision to ban Trump
The long-awaited decision has implications for how social media companies govern speech by leaders all over the world.
ProPublica • May 5 •
Kushner Companies Violated Multiple Laws in Massive Tenant Dispute, Judge Rules
Judge finds Kushner-owned management company charged "deceptive" fees to thousands of tenants, in lawsuit filed after ProPublica found widespread problems in their apartments.
Bloomberg • Josh Eidelson, Matt Day • May 5 •
Amazon Work Rules Govern Tweets, Body Odor of Contract Drivers
The company’s efforts to bring order to its sprawling delivery operation could risk a legal and regulatory backlash.
The Washington Post • Paul Kane • May 5 •
Analysis | From Paul Ryan acolyte to Trump disciple: Elise Stefanik sets out to replace Liz Cheney in GOP leadership
Cheney, who has sharply criticized Trump’s election falsehoods and his role in inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, is likely to be replaced by Stefanik as the No. 3 official in House GOP leadership.
The Wall Street Journal • The Editorial Board • May 4 •
Purging Liz Cheney
GOP leaders shouldn’t have to lie about 2020 to keep their job.
The Daily Beast • Matt Fuller, Asawin Suebsaeng • May 5 •
Trump, GOP Leaders, and Even Liz Cheney Allies Say She Is a 'Dead Woman Walking'
And former President Trump couldn't be happier with her potential replacement.
The New York Times • Luke Broadwater • May 5 •
‘There Was a Big Battle in Here’: Lawyers Tour Capitol as a Crime Scene
Defense lawyers representing suspects in the riot are being given tours of the Capitol to help them visualize what took place on Jan. 6.
POLITICO • Olivia Beavers, Melanie Zanona • May 5 •
Cheney isn't fighting McCarthy push to replace her in leadership
The No. 3 House Republican is prepared to choose her beliefs about the influence of Trump.
The New York Times • Jim Tankersley, Annie Karni • May 5 •
Biden Leans Into Plans to Tax the Rich
“We’re not going to deprive any of these executives of their second or third home, travel privately by jet,” the president said at the White House.
The New York Times • Emily Anthes • May 5 •
Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine is Highly Effective Against Variants, Studies Find
Two studies showed the vaccine to be more than 95 percent effective at protecting against severe disease or death from the variants first identified in South Africa and the U.K.
The Dispatch • Steve Hayes • May 5 •
Kevin McCarthy's GOP is Tired of Hearing the Truth
As Donald Trump continues to push election lies, the House's top Republican chastises those who push back.
The New York Times • Reid J. Epstein, Patricia Mazzei • May 5 •
Why Democratic Departures From the House Have Republicans Salivating
A growing number of Democrats in battleground districts are retiring or leaving to seek higher office, imperiling the party’s slim House majority and President Biden’s expansive agenda.