The New York Times • William K. Rashbaum, Ben Protess, Maggie Haberman • April 28 • nytimes.com
Federal Investigators Execute Search Warrant at Rudy Giuliani’s Apartment
Prosecutors obtained the warrant as part of an investigation into whether Mr. Giuliani broke lobbying laws as President Trump’s personal lawyer.
The Daily Beast • Jose Pagliery, Roger Sollenberger • April 29 • thedailybeast.com
Bombshell Letter: Gaetz Paid for Sex With Minor, Wingman Says
The Daily Beast has obtained a confession letter that Joel Greenberg wrote after asking Roger Stone to help him obtain a pardon.
The Washington Post • Salvador Rizzo • April 27 • washingtonpost.com
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.
POLITICO • Garrett M. Graff • April 30 • politico.com
‘I’d Never Been Involved in Anything as Secret as This’
The plan to kill Osama bin Laden—from the spycraft to the assault to its bizarre political backdrop—as told by the people in the room.
Vox • Sean Illing • April 27 • vox.com
"Wokeness is a problem and we all know it"
James Carville on the state of Democratic politics.
The Washington Post • Ellen Nakashima, Shane Harris, Tom Hamburger • April 29 • washingtonpost.com
FBI warned Giuliani, key Trump ally in Senate of Russian disinformation campaign targeting Biden
Despite the warning, Rudolph Giuliani continued to meet with Russian proxies, officials say.
The New York Times • J. David Goodman, Jesse McKinley, Danny Hakim • April 28 • nytimes.com
Cuomo Aides Spent Months Hiding Nursing Home Death Toll
Aides to the New York governor, Andrew M. Cuomo, repeatedly prevented state health officials from releasing the number of nursing home deaths in the pandemic.
The Washington Post • Robert Samuels, Joshua Lott • April 28 • washingtonpost.com
‘Floyd was my man. But George Floyd is a movement.’
As Ross contends with her searing personal loss, she has also sought to make sense of her place as a White woman in the struggle for racial justice.
POLITICO • Natasha Korecki, Daniel Lippman • April 27 • politico.com
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.
The New York Times • Jeffrey Gettleman, Atul Loke • April 27 • nytimes.com
‘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 • newyorker.com
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 New York Times • Brian M. Rosenthal, Katie Glueck • May 1 • nytimes.com
Andrew Yang Promised to Create 100,000 Jobs. He Ended Up With 150.
Mr. Yang is running for mayor of New York City as a bold thinker and entrepreneur. But his results have been uneven.
The Salt Lake Tribune • May 1 • sltrib.com
Mitt Romney booed at raucous Utah GOP convention as speakers attack the Biden agenda
Utah Sen. Mitt Romney booed by the more than 1,900 Republican delegates who packed into the Maverik Center for the party’s state convention.
BuzzFeed News • Ryan Mac • April 26 • buzzfeednews.com
Facebook Stopped Employees From Reading An Internal Report About Its Role In The Insurrection. You Can Read It Here.
After BuzzFeed News reported on an internal document that examined the social network’s failings leading up to the Capitol riot, Facebook prevented its own employees from accessing it.
The New York Times • Mark Leibovich • April 25 • nytimes.com
Kevin McCarthy, Four Months After Jan. 6, Still on Defensive Over Trump
But Mr. McCarthy, the House Republican leader who could become speaker after 2022, says he needs to work with Donald Trump, who “goes up and down with his anger.’’
POLITICO • Melanie Zanona • April 26 • politico.com
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 • Farnaz Fassihi • April 25 • nytimes.com
Iran’s Foreign Minister, in Leaked Tape, Says Revolutionary Guards Set Policies
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, described a rivalry with a powerful and widely revered military leader, Qassim Suleimani.
The Washington Post • Tyler Pager, Anne Gearan • April 27 • washingtonpost.com
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 • washingtonpost.com
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 Wall Street Journal • Ted Cruz • April 28 • wsj.com
Your Woke Money Is No Good Here
Corporations have taken advantage of Republicans for too long. I won’t take their PAC dollars anymore.