The Washington Post • Gillian Brockell • June 1 • washingtonpost.com
Tulsa isn’t the only race massacre you were never taught in school. Here are others.
"Pick a massacre and research it," artist and activist Common tweeted Sunday. Here's where to start.
The Washington Post • Damian Paletta, Yasmeen Abutaleb • June 1 • washingtonpost.com
Anthony Fauci’s pandemic emails: ‘All is well despite some crazy people in this world’
Fauci’s correspondence from March and April 2020, obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, offers a peek into his world during the frantic early days of the coronavirus crisis.
The Washington Post • Greg Sargent • June 1 • washingtonpost.com
Opinion | A frantic warning from 100 leading experts: Our democracy is in grave danger
Democrats must act alone to protect democracy, or it won't happen at all.
Bulwark+ • Charlie Sykes • June 1 • morningshots.thebulwark.com
Coups and Rumors of Coups
The threat is no joke.
The Wall Street Journal • Joe Palazzolo • June 1 • wsj.com
National Enquirer Parent, Ex-CEO Fined for Breaking Election Law in 2016 Campaign
Federal Election Commission cites hush payment during the 2016 presidential campaign to ex-Playboy model Karen McDougal, who said she had an affair with Donald Trump.
The New York Times • Sarah Kliff • June 1 • nytimes.com
The Covid Vaccine Is Free, but Not Everyone Believes That
Concern over unexpected bills was one of the reasons respondents in a U.S. survey gave for hesitation about getting the shot.
The Washington Post • Jonathan O'Connell, Shayna Jacobs • June 1 • washingtonpost.com
Trump’s company puts D.C. hotel lease up for sale, again
Donald Trump's company previously tried selling the lease to its luxury Washington hotel before covid struck.
POLITICO • Betsy Woodruff Swan • June 1 • politico.com
State to gather diplomats’ health details in response to Havana syndrome
The department has faced criticism for not taking the injuries seriously enough.
The Uprising • Hunter Walker • June 1 • theuprising.info
PHOTO: Trump Met Man Who Helped Organize ‘Patriot Caravans’ On January 6
Former President Trump and Clouthub CEO Jeff Brain posing at Mar-a-Lago on April 21, 2021. (Exclusive Photo: The Uprising) Former President Donald Trump was photographed last month at his private Florida club with Jeff Brain, a tech CEO who helped organize “patriot caravans” from around the country to protests at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel • Ron Hurtibise • June 1 • sun-sentinel.com
80% of cruise enthusiasts would prefer to sail with vaccine requirement
The poll suggests that potential cruise line customers are not on the same page with Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is insisting that cruise lines will not be allowed to require "vaccine passports" when they resume operations from Florida.
The New Yorker • Isaac Chotiner • May 31 • newyorker.com
LeBron James’s Agent Is Transforming the Business of Basketball
Rich Paul is known for driving hard bargains for star clients, giving them new power in the N.B.A.
Bulwark+ • Jonathan V. Last • June 1 • thetriad.thebulwark.com
The Conservative Media Double-Standard
The same people who advocated for HCQ and complain about election fraud are outraged over the lab-leak miss.
The Uprising • Hunter Walker • June 1 • theuprising.info
PHOTO: Trump Met Man Who Helped Organize ‘Patriot Caravans’ On January 6
Former President Donald Trump was photographed last month at his private Florida club with Jeff Brain, who helped organize “patriot caravans” from around the country to protests at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
POLITICO • Christopher Cadelago • June 1 • politico.com
What Joe Biden wants from this week’s critical infrastructure talks
The president and his team hold out hope for a deal. They also believe voters will reward them for trying.
The New York Times • Rick Gladstone • May 28 • nytimes.com
Zimbabwe Authorities Arrest Local Reporter Working for The New York Times
Jeffrey Moyo, a freelance journalist for The Times who is based in Harare, was being held on charges of violating the country’s immigration laws. His lawyers say the accusation is spurious.
The New York Times • Trip Gabriel, Dana Goldstein • June 1 • nytimes.com
Disputing Racism’s Reach, Republicans Rattle American Schools
In a culture-war brawl that has spilled into the country’s educational system, Republicans at the local, state and national levels are trying to block curriculums that emphasize systemic racism.
The Washington Post • Jay Greene, Chris Alcantara • June 1 • washingtonpost.com
Amazon warehouse workers suffer serious injuries at higher rates than other firms. Critics blame productivity pressure.
New data that Amazon reports to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration shows injury rates that are nearly double those are warehouses run by other companies.
POLITICO • Eugene Daniels • June 1 • politico.com
Her great-grandmother survived the Tulsa Race Massacre. She wants Biden to embrace reparations.
Biden will become the first president in history to visit Tulsa to commemorate the massacre. How far will he go?
Mother Jones • David Corn • June 1 • motherjones.com
QAnon conference organizer won't answer questions about whether Michael Flynn was paid
The retired lieutenant general endorsed a coup at a right-wing confab in Dallas.
Intelligencer • Jonathan Chait • June 1 • nymag.com
Texas Republicans Want to Make Trump’s Coup Nice and Legal
Michael Flynn said a Myanmar-style military coup “should happen”; Republicans prefer to use the legislature.