CNN • Matthew Chance and Marshall Cohen, CNN • June 7 • cnn.com
Exclusive: New audio of 2019 phone call reveals how Giuliani pressured Ukraine to investigate baseless Biden conspiracies
Never-before-heard audio, obtained exclusively by CNN, shows how former President Donald Trump's longtime adviser Rudy Giuliani relentlessly pressured and coaxed the Ukrainian government in 2019 to investigate baseless conspiracies about then-candidate Joe Biden.
The Bulwark • Amanda Carpenter • June 7 • thebulwark.com
What Were They Thinking About Insurrection? - The Bulwark
The hopes and fears of the participants in the Capitol attack, government officials, and Donald Trump.
The Washington Post • Dan Diamond, Dan Keating, Chris Moody • June 6 • washingtonpost.com
Vaccination rates fall off, imperiling Biden’s July Fourth goal
The ‘last mile’ of delivering coronavirus shots has become a marathon, with health officials showing up at stores, parks and factories to entice people who might not otherwise get immunized.
The Washington Post • Margaret Sullivan • June 7 • washingtonpost.com
Perspective | Biden promises the feds will stop trampling journalists’ rights. But we need more than words.
An outrageous Justice Department gag order on the New York Times proves it’s time for serious action from the White House.
POLITICO • Josh Gerstein • June 7 • politico.com
Biden Justice Department defends Trump in suit over rape denial
The new administration is pressing on with a controversial stance in a defamation case brought by writer E. Jean Carroll.
POLITICO • Alex Thompson • June 7 • politico.com
Biden wants to beat Trump. Twice.
CBS News • CBS News • June 7 • cbsnews.com
New York Times reporter whose phone records were secretly obtained by Justice Department says freedom of press is under threat
The Justice Department says it will stop covertly obtaining journalists' communication records to try to find out their sources as part of leak investigations. One of the journalists whose information was seized is New York Times reporter Matt Apuzzo. He joined "CBSN AM" to discuss what this means for freedom of the press.
The Washington Post • Dan Lamothe • June 7 • washingtonpost.com
He spent years at war in Afghanistan. Now he commands the U.S. withdrawal.
This account of Gen. Austin "Scott" Miller’s time in command in Afghanistan is based on interviews with 16 people, including U.S. and Afghan military officers, current and former senior civilian officials, and members of his staff in Kabul.
White House Correspondents' Association • June 7 • whca.press
WHCA Announces New Scholarship at University of Tennessee | White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA)
The White House Correspondents’ Association is pleased to announce a new scholarship at the University of Tennessee. The Carter Holland memorial scholarship will be in honor of the late Carter Holland, a promising young journalist and the son of Lucie and Steven Holland, a longtime White House correspondent for Reuters and a former president of the WHCA. Carter Holland died in 2020. “The WHCA is excited to partner with the University of Tennessee to help support the next generation of promising young journalists like Carter Holland,” said Zeke Miller, president of the association. The annual …
CNN • Evan Perez, Zachary Cohen and Alex Marquardt, CNN • June 7 • cnn.com
First on CNN: US recovers millions in cryptocurrency paid to Colonial Pipeline ransomware hackers
US investigators have recovered millions of dollars in cryptocurrency paid in ransom to hackers whose attack prompted the shutdown of the key East Coast pipeline last month, according to people briefed on the matter.
CNN • Caroline Kelly • June 6 • cnn.com
Cheney: Trump inciting January 6 riot 'the most dangerous thing' a president has done
Wyoming Republican Rep. Liz Cheney accused former President Donald Trump of having committed the worst violation of a president's oath of office by inciting the January 6 Capitol insurrection -- and taking a jab at House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy over his subsequent visit to Trump at Mar-a-Lago.
The Atlantic • June 7 • theatlantic.com
Statement on Request for Voluntary Recognition of Atlantic Editorial Union
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Deadline • Justin Kroll • June 7 • deadline.com
Carey Mulligan And Zoe Kazan To Portray The New York Times Reporters Who Broke The Harvey Weinstein Sex Scandal Story In Plan B & Annapurna Drama For…
EXCLUSIVE: Nearly four years after New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor broke the bombshell Harvey Weinstein sex scandal report, Hollywood is ready to tell the story of how these t…
The Washington Post • Greg Sargent • June 7 • washingtonpost.com
Opinion | How Joe Manchin’s awful new stance could blow up in his face
The West Virginia Senator has a way out, if he chooses to take it.
Vanity Fair • Caleb Ecarma • June 7 • vanityfair.com
Trump’s Deranged Theory That Democrats Would Replace Biden Might Have Helped Him Lose 2020
The president was obsessed with the idea that Democrats would strip the primary win from Joe Biden and nominate Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama instead, reporter Michael Bender writes in an upcoming book.
POLITICO • Nicholas Wu, Kyle Cheney • June 7 • politico.com
No. 2 Capitol Police official resigns amid turmoil at department
The Capitol Police official who oversees uniformed officers is "separating from the department" as it considers a shift from traditional police work.
Associated Press • Lisa Mascaro • June 7 • apnews.com
Time ticking away, Democrats face wrenching test on agenda
WASHINGTON (AP) — Bracing for political trouble, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer warned Democratic colleagues that June will “test our resolve” as senators return Monday to consider infrastructure , voting rights and other stalled-out priorities at a crucial moment in Congress.
New York Media Press Room • June 7 • nymag.com
Choire Sicha to Join New York Magazine as Editor-at-Large
Sicha will regularly write short-form pieces for Intelligencer, the magazine’s news vertical, along with longer essays and critical pieces.
The Washington Post • Tyler Pager, Ashley Parker • June 6 • washingtonpost.com
Biden embraces symbolism, but substance on some issues proves more difficult
Biden came to office with an abiding belief in the potency of symbols and in the ability of a president’s utterances to influence not just policy, but the course of a nation.
Popular Information • Judd Legum • June 7 • popular.info
The dirty secret behind the success of top Republican fundraisers
A constellation of obscure websites — populated with content stolen from major media outlets like Politico, Axios, and BuzzFeed — has played a significant role in the fundraising success of Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO), and other Republicans.