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Axios:
McCarthy comes out against bipartisan deal on Jan. 6 commission  —  House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) will oppose a bipartisan deal announced last week that would form a 9/11-style commission to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, his office announced Tuesday.
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Jeremy Herb / CNN:
McCarthy announces opposition to bipartisan deal to form January 6 commission
Discussion: Associated Press and The Guardian
Mychael Schnell / The Hill:   McCarthy says that he will not support bipartisan deal for 1/6 commission
Marc Caputo / Politico:
Val Demings to run for Senate against Rubio  —  ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida Rep. Val Demings is planning to run for the U.S. Senate, rather than governor, providing Democrats with a big-name candidate to take on Republican Sen. Marco Rubio next year.  —  For months, Demings mulled …
Carl Campanile / New York Post:
Andrew Giuliani announces 2022 bid for New York governor … Andrew Giuliani has dreams of turning next year's gubernatorial race into another “Fight of the Century.”  —  The son of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani will announce Tuesday that he's officially running for the Republican primary …
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Barry Ziman / Washington Examiner:   The inconvenience of left-wing antisemitism
Rebecca Shabad / NBC News:   Andrew Giuliani, son of former New York City mayor, announces 2022 bid for governor
Mark Joseph Stern / Slate:
Elena Kagan Has Had Enough of Brett Kavanaugh's Judicial “Scorekeeping”  —  Last year, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in Ramos v. Louisiana, prohibiting nonunanimous convictions of criminal defendants.  Under the Constitution, the court declared, a split jury verdict is “no verdict at all.”
Discussion: New York Times, Raw Story and RedState
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Tyler Olson / Fox News:
Biden's Supreme Court commission to meet with key abortion case looming
Jacob Gershman / Wall Street Journal:
The Mississippi Abortion Case at the Supreme Court: What You Should Know
Patrick Kingsley / New York Times:
In Rare Show of Unity, Millions of Palestinians Go on Strike  —  Here's what you need to know:  —  Palestinians across the West Bank, Gaza and Israel go on strike, in a rare joint action.  —  RAMALLAH, West Bank — Hundreds of thousands of Palestinian citizens of Israel downed tools …
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Politico:
How Biden Can Be a Leader in an Israeli-Palestinian Conflict That Has None
Discussion: Washington Post
Alayna Treene / Axios:
The freshmen in Congress who have missed the most votes  —  The top five are all House Republicans.
Byron York / Washington Examiner:
Byron York's Daily Memo: When the media can't move on  —  Welcome to Byron York's Daily Memo newsletter.  —  Was this email forwarded to you?  Sign up here to receive the newsletter.  —  WHEN THE MEDIA CAN'T MOVE ON.  Republicans on Capitol Hill are alarmed, to say the least …
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Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Trump Justice Dept. Tried to Use Grand Jury to Identify Nunes Critic on Twitter  —  An unsealed court filing shows that the social media company fought the subpoena, which the Biden administration is said to have withdrawn.  —  WASHINGTON — The Justice Department under President Trump secretly obtained …
Deon J. Hampton / NBC News:
Ohio sees boost in shots after it announces $1 million vaccination lottery … CINCINNATI — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's $5 million lottery to encourage vaccinations appears to be an early win.  —  State health officials said Monday that more than 25,400 Covid-19 vaccine shots were administered Friday …
Washington Post:
Biden's aid programs help buttress McCarthy's district despite GOP leader's complaints about ‘socialist’ spending  —  The California district McCarthy has represented since 2007 is among the poorest in the state  —  BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) …
Justin Baer / Wall Street Journal:
Fidelity's Pitch to America's Teens: No-Fee Brokerage Accounts  —  There are some 27 million teens in the U.S., and several million households already have an account with the wealth manager  —  Fidelity Investments Inc. plans to open the door to a new generation of investors who will be able …
Discussion: CNBC, Washington Examiner and Forbes
Rosalind Helderman / Washington Post:
‘Our democracy is imperiled’: Maricopa County officials decry 2020 recount as a sham and call on Arizona Republicans to end the process  —  The Republican-dominated Maricopa County board of supervisors Monday denounced an ongoing audit of the 2020 vote as a “sham” and a “con,” …
Lachlan Markay / Axios:
DOJ signals scrutiny of popular fundraising gimmick  —  A little-noticed line in a recent criminal filing suggests federal prosecutors consider a popular political fundraising tactic to be legally questionable.  —  Why it matters: Fundraisers often boast of “5x” or other contribution matches to coax small-dollar donations.
John McCormick / Wall Street Journal:
Trump Allies Promote Portfolios Targeting ‘Unwoke Investors’  —  New investment products offer opposite of so-called ESG funds  —  A small group of conservative money managers is trying to catch up to investment funds that for years have catered to those concerned about climate change, diversity or animal rights.
Annie Karni / New York Times:
In Biden White House, the Celebrity Staff Is a Thing of the Past  —  President Biden is undoing a longstanding Washington tradition in which staff members enjoy their own refracted fame.  —  WASHINGTON — Mike Donilon is one of the most trusted presidential advisers in the Biden White House …
Discussion: Washington Post
Mike Pence / National Review:
Violence in Israel Is the Price of Biden's Weakness  —  In the Middle East, he has replaced strength with weakness, moral clarity with confusion, and loyalty with betrayal.  —  The Trump-Pence administration opened the door to a future of peace in the Middle East founded on our strong and unwavering commitment to the state of Israel.
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Louise Matsakis / Rest of World:
Venmo is halting some payments referring to Palestine  —  A number of Venmo users say the payment app is stalling transactions for “Emergency Palestinian Relief Fund.”  —  After a week of Israeli airstrikes on Gaza and escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas, many people in the U.S …
Discussion: Insider
Wall Street Journal:
AT&T's Hollywood Ending Erased Billions in Value  —  Telecom giant is giving up its dreams of marrying content and distribution—one of the biggest about-faces in corporate deal history  —  Three years ago, AT&T Inc. executives were in a federal courthouse fighting the Justice Department …
ProPublica:
REPUBLISH  —  ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power.  Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they're published.  —  The shoreline communities of Ocean County, New Jersey, are a summertime getaway for throngs of urbanites, lined with vacation homes and ice cream parlors.
Lateshia Beachum / Washington Post:
Black Lives Matter activists said a man tried to hit them with his car.  The suspect turned out to be a judge.  —  A North Carolina court of appeals judge was summoned by a criminal court Friday after being accused of nearly hitting Black Lives Matter protesters at a demonstration in downtown Fayetteville on May 7.
Discussion: Daily Kos and The Hill
Edward-Isaac Dovere / The Atlantic:
The Inside Story of Joe Biden's Most Fateful Decision  —  Joe Biden was in his living room at the Naval Observatory on Election Night 2016.  He hadn't been watching the presidential results.  Hillary Clinton was going to win, obviously, so the vice president was more focused on monitoring …
Discussion: Washington Post
Harrison Smith / Washington Post:
David Larimer, versatile Washington Post editor, dies at 47  —  David Larimer, a Washington Post editor who helped shape the paper's coverage of college athletics, conflict overseas and the coronavirus pandemic, died May 15 at a hospital in Washington.  He was 47.
Christina Maxouris / CNN:
More places in the US lift mask mandates.  One local leader says the honor system is already not working  —  (CNN)Several days since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said fully vaccinated Americans can — for the most part — ditch their masks, more places are announcing changes …
 
 
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Reid Wilson / The Hill:
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New York Times:
Biden Is Developing a Pardon Process With a Focus on Racial Justice
Discussion: CNN and The Week
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EXCLUSIVE: Documents reveal how Trump is spending taxpayer money on his post-presidential offices — from printer toner to Stephen Miller's salary
Discussion: Raw Story
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