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Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
Newsmax Posts Retraction, Apologizes to Dominion Employee for False Election Claims  —  Newsmax has posted an apology/retraction to its website regarding false claims made on the network about Dominion and the 2020 presidential election.  —  Dominion employee Dr. Eric Coomer …
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David Bauder / Associated Press:
Newsmax apologizes to Dominion worker for false allegations
Discussion: Forbes, NBC News and The Hill
Andrew Oxford / Arizona Republic:
Republic reporter kicked out of Arizona audit site after tweet about former state lawmaker tallying votes  —  An Arizona Republic reporter was escorted from the Arizona election audit site on Friday morning after posting a photo showing a former Republican legislator at a ballot counting table.
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Bob Brigham / Raw Story:
BUSTED: Capitol insurrectionist is counting ballots at controversial Arizona election audit  —  An Arizona Republican who traveled to Washington, D.C. for the January 6th insurrection is now counting ballots at the controversial Arizona audit.  —  Former Arizona state Rep. Anthony Kern posted …
KNXV:
Cyber Ninjas security plan details anticipated attack by “Antifa”
Discussion: New York Magazine
JM Rieger / Washington Post:
Giuliani's claims about Hunter Biden and the FBI get more confusing  —  Since the New York Post published an article in October based on emails purportedly from a laptop owned by President Biden's son Hunter, Donald Trump's former personal attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani has maintained three things:
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Forensic News:
Giuliani Probe Expands, Ukrainian Ally Under Criminal Investigation
Elaine Woo / Los Angeles Times:
Eli Broad, billionaire who poured wealth into reshaping L.A., dies at 87  —  Eli Broad, a self-made billionaire, philanthropist and art collector who built two Fortune 500 companies and used his wealth to mold Los Angeles' cultural landscape, playing a central role in building such institutions …
Erika Sanzi / City Journal:
On the Ground … The Monster Is in the Classroom  —  Schools indoctrinate children as young as eight in race and gender essentialism.  —  Education  —  The Social Order  —  Many American parents may assume that culture-war battles over critical race theory and “wokeness” …
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Abby Kousouris / WVLT:
“Unapproved curriculum” surrounding racial inequality prompts Knox County Schools teacher investigation
Discussion: RedState and The Daily Caller
Joel Davidson / Alaska Watchman:
With guns drawn, FBI raids Homer couple's home looking for Nancy Pelosi's laptop  —  Paul and Marilyn Hueper, owners of Homer Inn & Spa, woke with a start at 9 a.m. April 28 when a dozen armed FBI agents kicked down their front door in an investigation associated with Rep. Nancy Pelosi's stolen laptop …
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Gabby Orr / CNN:
Trump allies worry Giuliani raid sent ‘strong message’ to ex-President's inner circle  —  (CNN)A Wednesday raid by federal agents of an apartment and office belonging to former New York City mayor and one-time Donald Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani has left allies of the former President feeling uneasy …
Discussion: Political Wire
Hillary Borrud / Oregonian:
Oregon lawmaker who let far-right demonstrators into Capitol charged with criminal misconduct  —  Video shot from multiple angles reveals more of how Rep. Mike Nearman enabled demonstrators to illegally enter the Oregon Capitol.  —  An Oregon lawmaker who let violent far-right demonstrators …
Discussion: Political Wire
Andrew C. McCarthy / National Review:
Race Demagogues Are Poisoning Our Politics  —  Our racial problem is getting worse, even as we strive as a nation to marginalize racism.  —  enator Tim Scott is entirely right: “America is not a racist country.”  But America has a serious racial problem.  Not a racism problem, a racial problem.
Meagan Flynn / Washington Post:
Manchin says he doesn't support D.C. statehood bill, dealing advocates a major blow  —  Sen. Joe Manchin III told reporters in his home state of West Virginia on Friday morning that he does not support the bill to make D.C. the nation's 51st state, according to audio provided by the Democrat's office and a report from WVNews.
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Washington Examiner:
Biden's big spending plans have never been less appropriate than they are now  —  The data is in.  This week, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that the U.S. economy grew at a blistering 6.4% clip in the first quarter of 2021 — that is, January through March, back before any serious …
Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
Chris Christie Says He'd Give Trump an ‘A’ Grade: What Happened at End of His Presidency ‘Clouded His Accomplishments’  —  Chris Christie said on Fox News Friday night he would give Donald Trump's presidency an A grade.  —  Christie repeatedly called out Trump over his false and completely ridiculous claims about the 2020 election.
Discussion: HuffPost
Reuters:
EXCLUSIVE Scientists say India government ignored warnings amid coronavirus surge  —  A forum of scientific advisers set up by the government warned Indian officials in early March of a new and more contagious variant of the coronavirus taking hold in the country, five scientists who are part of the forum told Reuters.
Discussion: HotAir and Japan Times
Sara Nathan / Page Six:
‘SNL’ cast won't be forced to appear with controversial host Elon Musk  —  “Saturday Night Live” cast members won't be forced to appear alongside controversial billionaire Elon Musk when he hosts the show, Page Six is told.  —  “Speaking historically, if a cast member has been that unhappy, they don't have to do it,” a source told us.
Dan Lamothe / Washington Post:
He mentored decades of Army Rangers.  At 94, he'll receive the Medal of Honor.  —  Retired Col. Ralph Puckett will become one of the most highly decorated soldiers in U.S. history  —  Shivering in freezing temperatures, about 50 U.S. soldiers braced for the worst.
The Guardian:
Brazilian Amazon released more carbon than it absorbed over past 10 years  —  International team of researchers also found that deforestation rose nearly four-fold in 2019  —  The Brazilian Amazon released nearly 20% more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere over the past decade than it absorbed …
Kaylee Greenlee / The Daily Caller:
Biden Nominee Denied Working With An Anti-Semitic Poet, But An Academic Journal Shows Otherwise  —  Justice Department nominee Kristen Clarke said while under oath she didn't work with an anti-Semitic poet, though she was listed as an assistant editor for the same scholastic journal as the poet for several years.
John M. Donnelly / Roll Call:
Congress poised to force historic change in military justice system  —  Supporters of fundamentally changing how the U.S. military handles allegations of sexual assault and other major crimes say they now have the votes to make their proposal, which the president supports, the law of the land.
Houston Keene / Fox News:
Texas Dem official faces demands to resign for calling Tim Scott ‘an oreo’  —  Scott has faced a flurry of racial attacks after delivering his rebuttal to Biden's address  —  Twitter waits hours before stopping offensive Tim Scott trend  —  A Texas Democratic official is facing calls …
Discussion: Politico
Associated Press:
Jared Kushner's Apartment Company Violated Consumer Laws, Judge Rules  —  Tenants often were misled about apartment conditions and were not allowed to see their actual apartments until their move-in days, a Maryland judge ruled.  —  BALTIMORE (AP) — A judge in Maryland has ruled …
Gideon Lewis-Kraus / New Yorker:
How the Pentagon Started Taking U.F.O.s Seriously  —  For decades, flying saucers were a punch line.  Then the U.S. government got over the taboo.  —  On May 9, 2001, Steven M. Greer took the lectern at the National Press Club, in Washington, D.C., in pursuit of the truth about unidentified flying objects.
Mark Vandevelde / Financial Times:
The strange case of the ‘$100m deli’ and the universities that own a slice  —  Duke and Vanderbilt have sizeable stakes in a company with one asset: a tiny, small-town eatery  —  Duke and Vanderbilt universities, two of the most prestigious seats of learning in the US …
Discussion: CNBC
New York Times:
Fierce Foes, Iran and Saudi Arabia Secretly Explore Defusing Tensions  —  Talks between the two regional powers, if successful, could start to lower the temperature on several conflicts across the Middle East.  —  BEIRUT, Lebanon — In a prime-time television interview four years ago …
Nick Miroff / Washington Post:
Biden cancels border wall projects Trump paid for with diverted military funds  —  The Biden administration said Friday it has canceled border wall projects paid for with funds diverted from Defense Department accounts, a widely expected move that follows Biden's decision to suspend construction activity …
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NBC News:
Pentagon stops all border wall construction projects paid for with military funds
Discussion: The Hill and IJR
James Hohmann / Washington Post:
My beef with Epicurious  —  When the coronavirus closed restaurants and offices 13 months ago, colleagues started baking sourdough bread.  I tried my hand at steak.  —  I had never cooked before covid-19.  A butcher shop near my house prepares enormous sandwiches, which I picked up for lunch …
 
 
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The Spectator:
Andrew Cuomo will get away with it all
Barak Ravid / Axios:
Scoop: Biden won't reverse Trump's Western Sahara move, U.S. tells Morocco
Lee Brown / New York Post:
Biden frantic after forgetting he put mask in his pocket
Wall Street Journal:
Trapped Aboard an Abandoned Cargo Ship: One Sailor's Four-Year Ordeal
Discussion: Fox News
Anand Giridharadas / The.Ink:
Chuck Schumer is sounding a “last call” for bipartisanship and then is ready to go for broke
Discussion: The Guardian and The Hill
Sam Wang / The Atlantic:
Why the Filibuster Suits the GOP Just Fine
United States Department of State:
Appointment of Ambassador Daniel Smith as Chargé d'Affaires at Embassy New Delhi
Discussion: The Hill
New York Times:
Stringer, Facing Sexual Harassment Accusation, Loses Key Endorsement
Discussion: New York Magazine and NBC New York
 Earlier Items: 
Anagha Srikanth / The Hill:
After passing anti-trans sports ban, West Virginia governor can't cite any examples of trans athletes
Discussion: IJR, Daily Kos and HuffPost
Scott Taylor / WJLA-TV:
Pentagon says no to parking permit for Rolling To Remember
New York Times:
Faith, Freedom, Fear: Rural America's Covid Vaccine Skeptics
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
SSRN:
Abstract  —  This paper provides a comprehensive assessment of the effect of Fox News Channel …
Politico:
‘Disgusting’ robocall accuses Texas candidate Wright of causing husband's death