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Max Colchester / Wall Street Journal:
Boris Johnson Resigns Amid Scandals but Says He Will Remain U.K.'s Prime Minister Until Successor Is Found  —  As the British leader's authority withered and the threat that the Conservative Party would oust him grew, he agreed to step aside  —  Boris Johnson's Rise and Fall
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Washington Post:
Boris Johnson blames ‘the herd’ as he resigns to make way for new U.K. prime minister  —  Listen  —  Gift Article  —  LONDON — Boris Johnson stepped down as leader of the Conservative Party on Thursday but will continue to serve as prime minister until his successor is chosen …
Discussion: Politico, HotAir, New York Times and CNN
BBC:
Boris Johnson facing calls to quit as PM as soon as possible  —  Boris Johnson is to stand down as Conservative Party leader, but intends to carry on as prime minister until the autumn.  —  He plans to stay in Downing Street until a new Tory leader has been elected to replace him as PM.
Sky News:
Boris Johnson suffers more ministerial resignations in one day than any PM in history  —  After cabinet ministers Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resigned on Tuesday evening, several of their junior ministerial colleagues have followed suit today, leading to growing pressure on the prime minister.
Discussion: Fox News and RedState
The Guardian:
Boris Johnson resigns as John Major warns he must not stay as caretaker prime minister - live  —  Former prime minister says it would be ‘unwise’ to let Johnson hang on until the autumn  —  Jedidajah Otte (now) and Andrew Sparrow (earlier)  —  Key events:
Michael S. Schmidt / New York Times:
Comey and McCabe, Who Infuriated Trump, Both Faced Intensive I.R.S. Audits  —  The former F.B.I. director and his deputy, both of whom former President Donald J. Trump wanted prosecuted, were selected for a rare audit program that the tax agency says is random.  — Give this article- - - Read in app
New York Post:
Crimo dad washes hands of guilt but talked with son about a mass shooting night before Highland Park massacre  —  HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. - The dad of the accused Fourth of July parade killer told The Post on Wednesday that his son talked about a mass shooting in Denmark the night before launching …
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Maher Kawash / ABC7:
Highland Park parade shooting: Suspect's father speaks out, says son has ‘good morals’  —  Robert Crimo, Jr. says shooting took him ‘by complete surprise.’ … Dad of Highland Park shooting suspect speaks out after parade massacre  —  HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (WLS) — ABC News speaking with Robert Crimo …
CNN:
Highland Park gunman admitted to firing on parade crowd and contemplated attack in Madison, Wisconsin, officials say
Jonathan Weisman / New York Times:
Blake Masters' Political Posts in a CrossFit Chat Room Come Back to Haunt Him  —  As a Stanford student in 2007, the Arizona candidate, now 35, chose a CrossFit chat room to express his opposition to U.S. involvement in World War II and downplay Al Qaeda as a threat to Americans.
Washington Post:
Trump's new money-maker: political speeches to fans  —  The former president makes millions appearing at events that resemble his political rallies.  —  Listen  —  Gift Article  —  SOUTHAVEN, Miss. — On a Saturday morning at an arena outside Memphis, Terri Owens joined the crowd streaming in to see former president Donald Trump.
Ryan Cooper / American Prospect:
President Biden Is Not Cutting the Mustard  —  Young people are abandoning him in droves because he won't fight for their rights and freedom.  —  Protesters hang a banner reading “Biden Protect Abortion” from a crane at a construction site at North Capitol Street and Florida Avenue NE, June 28, 2022, in Washington.
Discussion: Townhall, CNN and Wall Street Journal
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Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Give Biden a break
Ben White / Politico:
Biden's ‘laser focus’ on inflation rankles progressives inside administration  —  Runaway inflation is crushing President Joe Biden's approval ratings and threatens to swamp Democrats in the midterm elections.  —  But many progressives — including some within the administration itself …
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Alexandra Hutzler / ABC News:
Biden to award Medal of Freedom to Biles, McCain, 15 others
Discussion: HotAir, Washington Post and USA Today
Ken Thomas / Wall Street Journal:
White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield to Step Down
Politico:
Where Jan. 6 prosecutions stand, 18 months after the attack  —  Eighteen months since a pro-Trump mob ransacked the Capitol and disrupted the peaceful transition of presidential power, prosecutors are closing in on another milestone: 900 arrests.  —  According to the latest Justice Department figures …
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Rachel Kleinfeld / Just Security:   The GOP's Militia Problem: Proud Boys, Oath Keepers and Lessons from Abroad
Julia Black / Insider:
Elon Musk had twins last year with one of his top executives … Court documents obtained by Insider show that the tech mogul Elon Musk quietly had twins last November with one of his top executives, Shivon Zilis.  Musk, who has been an outspoken advocate of bringing more babies into the world, now has nine known children.
Associated Press:
A Georgia monument, seen by some as satanic, was damaged from a predawn explosion  —  A rural Georgia monument that some conservative Christians criticized as satanic and others dubbed “America's Stonehenge” was demolished Wednesday after a predawn bombing turned one of its four granite panels into rubble.
Discussion: Washington Post, Unfogged and Mediaite
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WSB-TV:
Georgia Guidestones demolished after bombing damages mysterious monument
Rachel M. Cohen / Vox:
Senate Democrats slowly consider their options after Roe  —  Inside the debates dividing the lawmakers, now on recess.  —  When the draft Supreme Court opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health leaked in early May, Democratic lawmakers in the Senate scrambled to figure out a response.
Derek Saul / Forbes:
Gas Prices Continue To Drop—Here's How Far They May Fall As Oil Prices Crater  —  Gas prices fell two cents Wednesday to $4.779 per gallon, according to AAA data, down 24 cents from its highest-ever recorded level of $5.016 last month, and are on track to continue falling …
Rolling Stone:
SCOTUS Justices ‘Prayed With’ Her — Then Cited Her Bosses to End Roe  —  The court's majority cited a legal brief that her group filed while overturning Roe v. Wade  —  At an evangelical victory party in front of the Supreme Court to celebrate the downfall of Roe v. Wade last week …
Washington Post:
Democrats race to clinch deal on climate, energy with Manchin  —  Lawmakers face a fast-ticking clock as they try to secure a deal that would deliver on Biden's goals and satisfy Manchin's concerns  —  Listen  —  Gift Article  —  Democratic leaders are racing to finalize a revised proposal …
Discussion: The Guardian
Mona Charen / The Bulwark:
Mass Shootings Are Terrorism  —  And Republicans should stop treating them as ordinary violence.  —  In a sense, the mass murder at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, was a symbol of how badly off track our country has gotten.  Amid the bunting and marching bands and families …
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Scenes From the Republican Surrender to Trump … In the Trump era, a small slice of Republican elites has commanded an enormous share of political coverage.  Those Republican officials have found themselves caught between their personal revulsion for Trump and their professional incentive …
Discussion: Mercury News
Matt Bruenig / People's Policy Project:
In Rubio's Plan, Your Estate Must Repay Your Parental Leave Benefits If You Die Early  —  Late last month, Marco Rubio released what he described as a “pro-family framework following the Dobbs decision.”  The actual content of the framework is recycled policies Rubio put out many years ago …
Reuters:
Why a wave of social media ads may signal a potential DeSantis White House run  —  Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a rising Republican star, has been careful not to nurture growing speculation that he will make a presidential bid in 2024.  He has brushed off questions about his political ambitions …
Discussion: Florida Politics
 
 
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Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
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Matt Viser / Washington Post:
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Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
Show the Carnage  —  In an interview with CNN on Tuesday, Dr. David Baum, an obstetrician …
Emily L. Mahoney / Tampa Bay Times:
DeSantis stays quiet on abortion's future in Florida as Republicans strategize
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Emily Brooks / The Hill:
House Republicans weigh national abortion restrictions
 Earlier Items: 
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Discussion: Plain Dealer
Hannah Grossman / Fox News:
National Education Association teachers union proposes resolution to change ‘mother’ to ‘birthing parent’
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Chris Hayes / MSNBC:
Popularism's Iraq War problem