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CNN:
Accounts of Trump angrily demanding to go to Capitol on January 6 circulated in Secret Service over past year  —  Ex-aide was backstage with Trump at his Jan. 6 rally.  Here's what she heard him say  —  (CNN)Then-President Donald Trump angrily demanded to go to the US Capitol on January 6 …
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CNN:
Meadows intermediary may have tried to influence Hutchinson's testimony to January 6 committee, sources say  —  (CNN)One of people who may have been trying to influence Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony did so at the behest of former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows …
Annie Karni / New York Times:
The 20-Somethings Who Help the 70-Somethings Run Washington  —  The story of Cassidy Hutchinson, who became the first Trump White House aide to testify publicly in the Jan. 6 inquiry, showed the outsize influence of youngsters in the nation's capital.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
David Rothkopf / The Daily Beast:
Put a Fork in Donald Trump—the Ex-President Is Done  —  As bad as his political position looks today, it is only likely to get worse—and his imminent announcement of a presidential campaign is just another sign of his collapse. … Mark it on your calendars.
Dan Zak / Washington Post:
Cassidy Hutchinson and the all-knowing presence of Washington's aides  —  The former West Wing insider testified to the latent power of multitasking assistants.  —  Washington is run by aides, or at least it runs on the work of aides: the gophers, the schedulers, the advisers, the consiglieres …
Discussion: Raw Story
Lawfare:
Cassidy Hutchinson's Testimony Changed Our Minds about Indicting Donald Trump
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Washington Post:
‘Take me up to the Capitol now’: How close Trump came to joining rioters
Colby Hall / Mediaite:
Rudy Giuliani Deletes Tweet Insisting Cassidy Hutchinson Was Not Present When He Asked for a Pardon
Discussion: Snopes.com
Tristan Justice / The Federalist:   EXCLUSIVE: Jim Banks Demands White House Surveillance Logs To Vet Contested J6 Testimony
The Hill:
Pat Cipollone can aid or impede Jan. 6 Committee's search for truth
ABC News:
Hutchinson's testimony raises fresh questions about Secret Service's handling of Jan. 6
Mark Joseph Stern / Slate:
The Biden-McConnell Deal to Make an Anti-Abortion Advocate a Federal Judge Is Still On  —  President Joe Biden struck a deal with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell to nominate Chad Meredith, a Republican anti-abortion advocate, to a federal judgeship on the Eastern District of Kentucky, Slate has confirmed.
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Joe Sonka / Courier-Journal:
Kentucky federal judge to step down, opening seat for Biden's anti-abortion GOP nominee  —  LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A longtime Kentucky federal judge has announced she will step down, clearing a path for President Joe Biden's controversial nomination of an anti-abortion Republican to replace her.
Timothy Puko / Wall Street Journal:
Biden Seeks to Block New Offshore Drilling in Atlantic, Pacific  —  Five-year drilling plan could allow limited leasing off Alaska and in Gulf of Mexico; oil industry sought greater expansion  —  WASHINGTON—The Biden administration plans to block new offshore oil drilling in the Atlantic …
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Lisa Friedman / New York Times:
Biden Administration Offers an Offshore Drilling Plan.  Likely Backers: Very Few.  —  The five-year plan for America's coastal waters, required by law, risks angering both the fossil fuel industry and environmentalists.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
Discussion: CNN and The Daily Caller
Washington Post:
Biden opens door to more offshore drilling, despite earlier climate vow
Discussion: IJR
The White House:
President Biden Announces Recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom  —  WASHINGTON - Today, President Biden named seventeen recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.  —  The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the Nation's highest civilian honor, presented to individuals …
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Vladimir Kara-Murza / Washington Post:
Prison doesn't give me many views of the sun  —  PRETRIAL DETENTION CENTER 5, Moscow — June is my favorite month in Moscow.  Summer has finally arrived, but the heat is not as overwhelming as it can be in July or August.  The days are long.  And the Boulevard Ring …
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Yvonne Wingett Sanchez / Washington Post:
Justice Dept. subpoenas two Arizona state senators in Jan. 6 probe  —  The Justice Department has subpoenaed two Republican Arizona state senators for information tied to possible correspondence with President Donald Trump's attorneys as attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election were underway.
Discussion: KASW-TV
Emerson Polling:
National Poll: Biden With Higher Approval Than US Congress & Supreme Court; Trump Leads GOP Nomination Contest  —  Home Blog National Poll: Biden With Higher Approval Than US Congress & Supreme Court; Trump Leads GOP Nomination Contest  —  The latest Emerson College Polling national survey …
Emily Hoeven / CalMatters:
Lanhee Chen comes clean on Trump, abortion  —  Note: The newsletter will pause until Tuesday due to the Fourth of July holiday.  —  Lanhee Chen has a few confessions to make.  —  The Republican candidate for California state controller, who will face off against Democrat Malia Cohen …
Adela Suliman / Washington Post:
Texas education board rejects proposal to call slavery ‘involuntary relocation’  —  A group of educators in Texas proposed referring to slavery as “involuntary relocation” in second-grade classes — before being rebuffed by the State Board of Education.  —  The nine educators …
Yascha Mounk / Persuasion:
America Is Headed For Disaster  —  Donald Trump is on course to reconquer the White House.  To save the republic, we need a radical change of direction. … Most of the time, politics is like a jumble of puzzle pieces.  On any given day, there are hundreds of news stories, some promising, others ominous.
Discussion: Apt. 11D
Emma G. Fitzsimmons / New York Times:
New York City ends its coronavirus alert system as cases hit high levels.  —  Mayor Eric Adams quietly removed the color-coded system that warned New Yorkers when they were at greater risk of catching the virus.  — Give this article- - - Read in app  —  New York City suddenly removed …
Discussion: Bloomberg, NBC New York and Althouse
Marina Villeneuve / Associated Press:
Gun permit process in NY could include social media check  —  ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York would require people applying for a handgun license to turn over a list of their social media accounts so officials could verify their “character and conduct” under a bill being considered Friday by the state Legislature.
Discussion: Crime Prevention … and Breitbart
Billy Perrigo / TIME:
Facebook Asks Judge to ‘Crack the Whip’ in Attempt to Silence a Black Whistleblower  —  A lawyer representing Facebook's parent company Meta called on a judge to “crack the whip” against a Black South African whistleblower on Monday, requesting a gagging order to prevent him from speaking to the media.
Jen Fitzpatrick / The Keyword:
Protecting people's privacy on health topics  —  J  —  Protecting our users' privacy and securing their data is core to Google's work.  That's why we design products to help people keep their personal information private, safe, and secure — with easy-to-use tools and built-in protections.
Seth A. Richardson / Plain Dealer:
Ohio state representative says she would consider banning birth control following abortion outlaw  —  CLEVELAND, Ohio — State Rep. Jean Schmidt, a Clermont County Republican, said during a radio interview this week that she would entertain a debate about outlawing birth control in the wake …
Susan Carroll / NBC News:
Voter fraud claims are heating up a battle for political control in an oil-rich Texas county  —  Eleven people are registered to vote at an old farm in Loving County, Texas.  But the sheriff says no one lives there.  —  MENTONE, Texas — One of the worst-kept secrets in Loving County sits along …
Reuters:
Special Report: Dozens of Russian weapons tycoons have faced no Western sanctions  —  As Russia's military continues to pound Ukraine with missiles and other lethal weapons, Western nations have responded in part by targeting Russia's defense industry with sanctions.
 
 
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The White House:
Readout of President Biden's Meeting with Governors on Reproductive Rights
Discussion: Townhall
Kyle Morris / Fox News:
RNC launches Spanish language ads targeting Democrats over ‘failure to deliver’ for Hispanic Americans
Discussion: The Hill and RedState
Anna Shiryaevskaya / Bloomberg:
For the First Time, US Is Sending More Gas to Europe Than Russia
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Heather Haddon / Wall Street Journal:
McDonald's Dollar Drinks Deal Fades in the Face of Inflation
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Josh Hammer / Newsweek:
After Dobbs, What Comes Next for the Conservative Legal Project?
Christian Datoc / Washington Examiner:
White House sparks backlash after saying high gas prices guard ‘liberal world order’
Ashley Lopez / NPR:
The Christian Right is winning in court while losing in public opinion
Discussion: White Too Long and Raw Story
Neda Toloui-Semnani / VICE:
'It's Scary': Students Fear Going to College in Red States After Roe
Benjamin Mullin / New York Times:
When Private Jets Ferry Billionaires to Small-Town Idaho
Kathryn Joyce / Salon:
School's out forever: Arizona moves “to kill public education” with new universal voucher law
Matthew Kassel / Jewish Insider:
Neo-Nazi publisher Andrew Anglin gives ‘forceful endorsement’ of Blake Masters' Senate bid
Discussion: Raw Story
Roger Sollenberger / The Daily Beast:
The Sleeper ‘Wire Fraud’ Scheme That Could Nail Trumpworld