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7:55 PM ET, June 22, 2022

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Washington Post:
Jan. 6 probe expands with fresh subpoenas in multiple states  —  Prosecutors appear focused on how pro-Trump activists tried to use invalid electors to thwart Joe Biden's 2020 victory  —  Federal agents investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday dropped subpoenas …
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Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Ron Johnson's spin about Trump's fake electors scheme is a bad joke  —  Questions about Sen. Ron Johnson's role in the coup attempt have suddenly put the Wisconsin Republican at the center of the national story.  Texts unearthed by the Jan. 6 select committee show a Johnson staffer trying …
Washington Post:
Did Trump believe his big lie?  It's irrelevant to proving his guilt.  —  Regardless of whether he thought the election was stolen, the place to look for “criminal intent” is in any illegal acts in the aftermath.  —  Former prosecutors and other experts essentially agree …
Politico:
Jan. 6 panel revises hearing schedule, citing new evidence  —  Rep. Bennie Thompson, chair of the Jan. 6 select committee, said Wednesday that significant new streams of evidence have necessitated a change to the panel's hearing schedule, including the potential for additional hearings.
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ABC News:
After Thursday, Jan. 6 hearings pushed for ‘several weeks’ as committee considers new evidence
Marc Caputo / NBC News:
Andrew Gillum, DeSantis' 2018 opponent, indicted for wire fraud, false statements  —  Once a rising Democratic star in Florida, Gillum and his mentor are accused of fraudulent fundraising.  He says he's innocent.  —  Andrew Gillum indicted for wire fraud, lying to FBI
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U.S. Department of Justice:
Former Tallahassee Mayor And Gubernatorial Candidate And Associate Charged With Conspiracy, Wire Fraud, And Making False Statements
Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
More troubling signs for Trump 2024  —  What Georgia and New Hampshire may have in common when it comes to the future of the GOP  —  There's little doubt that Donald Trump remains in charge of the Republican Party.  But we continue to see signs of slippage — including two new ones this week …
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Gary Fineout / Politico:
2024 intrigue: DeSantis declines to ask Trump for reelection endorsement
Zogby Analytics:
The Zogby Poll®: Trump remains in control of the Republican presidential nomination; Pence making his move! If Trump bows out it is between Pence and DeSantis
Discussion: Townhall and Washington Examiner
New York Times:
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall Are Said to Be Divorcing  —  The media mogul's fourth divorce is unlikely to change the ownership structure of Mr. Murdoch's empire, but it could reverberate through companies such as Fox News and The Wall Street Journal.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
Brock Colyar / The Cut:
They, Then and Now … If you met me, you'd probably ask what pronouns I use.  You'd ask me because my gender identity is not that clear — to you, at least.  I wear light makeup and paint my nails and, depending on the occasion, might be in a slip dress with a kitten heel.
Christopher O'Donnell / Tampa Bay Times:
Publix won't give COVID vaccine to children under 5  —  The Lakeland grocery chain said it will not explain its decision “at this time.”  —  Since COVID-19 vaccines first became available, Publix has played a major role in tackling the public health emergency in Florida by offering vaccines to adults and …
Amanda Terkel / HuffPost:
Herschel Walker Says There Are 52 States  —  There are 50.  —  There are 50 states in the United States of America.  —  But in an interview Tuesday, Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker said there were 52.  —  Walker was going after Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for governor …
Discussion: RedState
William Melhado / The Texas Tribune:
Uvalde schools police chief placed on leave amid fierce criticism of school shooting response  —  The move comes weeks after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary.  Uvalde CISD police Chief Pete Arredondo, one of the first to respond, and state officials …
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John C. Eastman / Wall Street Journal:
The Vice President's Electoral Count Powers  —  There was substantial legal scholarship and historical support for my argument long before I advanced it in 2020.  —  1x  —  Regarding “The Jan. 6 Committee's Missing Reform” (Review & Outlook, June 17): The Wall Street Journal editorial board endorses …
Jennifer Maloney / Wall Street Journal:
FDA to Order Juul E-Cigarettes off U.S. Market  —  U.S. health officials are poised to reject Juul's application after two-year review  —  The Food and Drug Administration is preparing to order Juul Labs Inc. to take its e-cigarettes off the U.S. market, according to people familiar with the matter.
New York Times:
Semafor Readies Entry Into Tricky Digital News Market  —  The news start-up Semafor has raised $25 million from wealthy individuals, with a goal of cultivating direct relationships between its journalists and its audience.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
Ken Klippenstein / The Intercept:
Intel Report Warned Abraham Accords Would Fuel Violence … In 2020, as then-President Donald Trump was busy touting the newly signed Abraham Accords as a historic peace agreement in the Middle East, his own Department of Homeland Security was warning that the agreement, far from ushering in peace …
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Ebrahim Noroozi / Associated Press:
Afghanistan earthquake kills at least 155 people
Matt Gertz / Media Matters for America:
Trump blows up Fox's January 6 select committee talking point  —  Donald Trump inadvertently demolished a talking point Fox News had used to try to defuse the impact of the January 6 select committee hearings when he acknowledged on Wednesday that it was House Republicans, and not Democrats …
ABC News:
Democrat Joe Manchin signals he won't support Biden's call for a gas tax holiday  —  The West Virginia senator spoke exclusively with ABC News' Rachel Scott.  —  Sen. Joe Manchin talks on the phone as he walks through the Senate subway at the U.S. Capitol on June 14, 2022 in Washington.
Tom Nichols / The Atlantic:
What Trump Has Taken From Us  —  He has made civic involvement a life-threatening proposition.  —  I am appalled, as so many Americans are, that Donald Trump and his team assaulted our elections, but today I'm thinking about how the assault on election officials across the nation is an even deeper wound that will take years to heal.
Discussion: The Reload
Nobel House / GOV.UK:
Poliovirus detected in sewage from North and East London  —  Investigation underway to protect public, who are urged to ensure polio vaccines are up to date, especially parents of young children who may have missed an immunisation opportunity.  —  The UK Heath Security Agency (UKHSA) …
Washington Post:
Fear over recent shootings has some avoiding crowds, businesses  —  Shootings at two D.C. area malls and an outdoor event, as well as mass shootings nationwide, have left people on edge  —  Ben Forrest and his girlfriend were dancing one moment, he said.  The next, they were running for their lives.
Meredith Lee / Politico:
GOP senator considering blocking school meal funding deal over transgender policy fight  —  A Republican senator is thinking about blowing up a bipartisan deal to extend school meals funding because of a Biden administration policy banning discrimination against LGBTQ students who participate in lunch programs that receive the money.
Discussion: HuffPost
A.G. Gancarski / Florida Politics:
Lincoln Project ad depicts Donald Trump ‘big lie’ as ‘cash grab’ … A.G. Gancarski  —  A.G. Gancarski has written for FloridaPolitics.com since 2014.  He is based in Northeast Florida.  He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter: @AGGancarski
Discussion: The Lincoln Project
All:
Eric Adams Admits Owning the Brooklyn Real Estate He Claimed to Have Sold  —  Mayor refiles five years of financial disclosures after THE CITY found he'd never divested.  And he still owns the Prospect Place co-op.  —  As a candidate last year, Mayor Eric Adams denied that he co-owned …
Jeff Sharlet / Vanity Fair:
January 6 Was Only the Beginning  —  To Trump's true believers, the insurrection was an act of faith, Ashli Babbitt is a martyr, and white is not only a race, but a spiritual state.  —  “Although no one believed in civil war, the air reeked of it...”  —Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams, recalling 1860
Discussion: Raw Story
CNN:
First on CNN: Top investigator leaving January 6 committee early  —  (CNN)John Wood, a senior investigator for the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, is leaving his position this week, which is earlier than expected, according to a source familiar.
Politico:
Biden's TikTok dance  —  Presented by The American Petroleum Institute (API)  —  Welcome to POLITICO's West Wing Playbook, your guide to the people and power centers in the Biden administration.  With help from Allie Bice.  —  President JOE BIDEN needs the TikTokers.  —  The problem is, he's not on TikTok.
Phillip W. Magness:
When activist historians redefine ‘plagiarism’ to protect their own  —  So it turns out that my earlier suspicions about possible academic integrity issues in Kevin M. Kruse's scholarship were warranted.  After finding hints of borrowed textual structures and word phrasing in a 2015 book …
Discussion: National Review and Instapundit
Reuters:
Bulgaria's pro-western government collapses after just six months  —  Coalition led by Kiril Petkov loses majority over disputes about budget and North Macedonia  —  The Bulgarian government has collapsed in a no-confidence vote in parliament, throwing the European Union country …
Jonathan Franklin / NPR:
Progressive ends relationship with Maine agency after racist Juneteenth sign  —  Residents in the town of Millinocket, Maine, say they are outraged and disappointed after a local insurance agency displayed a racist sign remarking on the Juneteenth holiday.  Progressive is terminating …
Beatrice Peterson / ABC News:
Man pleads not guilty to attempting to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh  —  Nicholas Roske was arrested for trespassing near Kavanaugh's home.  —  Nicholas Roske, 26, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to one count of attempting to kill a justice of the United States …
Discussion: Fox News and Just The News
 
 
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Robert Gehrke / Salt Lake Tribune:
Sen. Mike Lee and Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers share their LDS faith, but not values
Isha Trivedi / Chronicle of Higher Education:
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