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Jonathan Allen / NBC News:
Marjorie Taylor Greene aims to be Trump's VP pick in 2024  —  WASHINGTON — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., is angling to be Donald Trump's running mate in 2024, according to two people who have spoken to the firebrand second-term congresswoman about her ambitions.
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Tiana Lowe / Washington Examiner:
Is Donald Trump the luckiest man alive?  —  Contrary to his absurd assertions, Donald Trump is certainly not the best president in our nation's history, but he might be the luckiest man alive.  Not only has President Joe Biden conceded that he, like his Republican predecessor …
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Senate GOP pours cold water on idea of impeaching Biden
emptywheel:
“Why Did Mike Pence Wait So Long to Reveal His Stash of Classified Documents?”
BBC:
US and Germany ready to send tanks to Ukraine - reports  —  After months of reluctance, the US and Germany reportedly plan to send tanks to Ukraine, in what Kyiv hopes will be a game-changer on the battlefield.  —  US President Joe Biden's administration is expected to announce plans to send at least 30 M1 Abrams tanks.
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Wall Street Journal:
Germany to Send Tanks to Ukraine, With U.S. Set to Follow
New York Times:
Pentagon Will Increase Artillery Production Sixfold for Ukraine
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Sameer Yasir / New York Times:
As India Tries to Block a Modi Documentary, Students Fight to See It  —  Officials at a public university cut the electricity before a planned screening, and the government has prevented clips from appearing online.  —  Reporting from New Delhi  —  Students at Jawaharlal Nehru University …
Jessica Piper / Politico:
The improbability of George Santos' $199 expenses  —  Rep. George Santos' congressional campaign reported dozens of transactions just cents below the threshold that would have triggered a requirement to preserve spending records — an unusual spending pattern that is now part of broader complaints about alleged financial improprieties.
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New York Times:   Mystery Deepens Around George Santos's $700,000 in Campaign Loans
Roger Sollenberger / The Daily Beast:
George Santos Admits 500K Personal Loan to Campaign Wasn't ‘Personal’
New York Times:
McCarthy Ejects Schiff and Swalwell From Intelligence Committee  —  In an act of official retribution for how Democrats treated Republicans when they were in the majority, the speaker barred the Californians from the panel, arguing that they were not fit to serve.
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Nicole Winfield / Associated Press:
The AP Interview: Pope Francis: Homosexuality not a crime  —  Pope Francis criticized laws that criminalize homosexuality as “unjust,” saying God loves all his children just as they are and called on Catholic bishops who support the laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the church.
Politico:
Frozen: Trump's primary challengers balk at jumping into the unknown  —  By this time four years ago, the Democratic presidential campaign was in full swing, with Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg and Kirsten Gillibrand all having opened exploratory committees or announced runs.
Washington Post:
‘I felt like we were in “Goodfellas”’: How George Santos wooed investors for alleged Ponzi scheme  —  Accounts gathered by The Post detail how Santos used lavish dinner, inflated credentials to pitch Harbor City securities  —  George Santos graciously welcomed his three guests to Il Bacco Ristorante in Queens.
Julia Ainsley / NBC News:
One-quarter of mass attackers driven by conspiracy theories or hateful ideologies, Secret Service report says  —  Following the latest string of mass shootings in the U.S., the Secret Service published a 60-page report Wednesday detailing trends in mass attacks in public spaces to share patterns …
Discussion: Raw Story
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Haley Byrd Wilt / The Dispatch:
Rule-Making Rebels … Republican Rep. Thomas Massie has more experience butting heads with his party's leaders than just about anyone in the House.  Now he'll serve on the powerful Rules Committee—a job typically reserved for staunch leadership allies—because of a deal Speaker Kevin McCarthy …
Tom D'Angelo / Palm Beach Post:
Trump declares himself the winner of his own club championship - in the Trumpiest way ever  —  The former president said he played a strong round two days before the tournament, and decided that would count as his first-round score. … Donald Trump has declared himself a winner ... again.
Barak Ravid / Axios:
Scoop: U.S. asked Israel for its Hawk missiles to send to Ukraine  —  The Biden administration asked Israel for the old Hawk anti-aircraft missiles it has in storage in order to transfer them to Ukraine, three Israeli and U.S. officials told Axios. … - Ukraine has repeatedly asked Western countries …
Luke Lukert / WTOP News:
Marylanders could get a shorter workweek under new bill … “Thank god it's Friday,” may be a phrase that many Marylanders will soon forget.  A new bill in the General Assembly proposes a pilot program that would encourage and study a shift to a four-day workweek for both private and public workers.
Michael J. Coren / Washington Post:
We still use appliances like it's 1970.  There's a better way.  —  When I was a kid, my dad followed behind me, shutting off the incandescent lights I left burning around the house.  “You're wasting energy,” he'd scold as I tried to slip out of the room.  He was right, of course.
Discussion: Althouse
Jeff Greenfield / Politico:
A Warning to the Media about the Next Presidential Race  —  If you set out on a road trip, would you trust your GPS to guide you to your destination if you had wound up on dead ends the last half-dozen times you used it?  Would you follow the investment advice of an expert who had cost …
Wall Street Journal:
House Republicans Press for Details of Hunter Biden's Art Sales  —  Oversight panel wants testimony from art dealer of president's son next month  —  WASHINGTON—House Republicans on Wednesday pushed for details about sales of Hunter Biden's artwork, an early step as they step up an investigation …
Marisa Sarnoff / Law & Crime:
Pizzeria Owner Who Said Nancy Pelosi Needed to ‘Hang’ Convicted of Jan. 6 Charges  —  The Pennsylvania pizzeria owner who demanded that police at the U.S. Capitol “bring Nancy Pelosi out” to the mob of Donald Trump supporters on Jan. 6 has been convicted of all five charges against her.
Victoria Guida / Politico:
Biden finally gets a win against inflation  —  The war on inflation may be far from over, but the economy has reached a key, little-noticed milestone: Workers' wage gains are finally outpacing the rise in consumer prices.  —  Americans' average income has beaten inflation for the past six months …
Discussion: Twitchy and The Daily Caller
Aris Folley / The Hill:
Senators eye Social Security reforms as some in House GOP consider cuts  —  Some senators are eyeing a divided Congress as an opportunity to tackle reforms to Social Security, as the program faces significant solvency issues in little more than a decade.  —  Changes to Social Security …
Discussion: HotAir
Theodore Schleifer / Puck:
S.B.F. Mama Drama  —  Barbara Fried was a beloved law professor whose midlife political awakening inspired Mind the Gap, a powerful network of 2,500 donors that helped the Democrats dominate the '18 midterms.  Now, she's the latest victim of her son, Sam Bankman-Fried.
New York Times:
Amid a Plague of Shootings, Bystanders Become Heroes  —  Civilians, armed or not, have put their bodies on the line to end mass shootings.  But in a nation trained to “Run, Hide, Fight,” many say it should never have come to that.  —  Jason Seaman, a seventh-grade science teacher in Noblesville …
Discussion: Chicago Tribune
David Dayen / American Prospect:
A Pitched Battle on Corporate Power  —  Biden's expansive executive order seeks to restore competition in the economy.  It's been a long, slow road to get the whole government on board—but there are some formidable gains. … On July 9, 2021, President Joe Biden signed one of the most sweeping changes to domestic policy since FDR.
Washington Post:
Mike Pompeo's revolting embrace of MBS after the Khashoggi murder  —  Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Post contributing columnist since 2017, was killed in Istanbul at the consulate of Saudi Arabia in 2018.  According to a U.S. intelligence assessment, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved …
 
 
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Department of Justice:
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Reuben Jones / Spectrum News NY1:
‘It was a wild week’: Rep. McHenry recounts tumultuous speaker vote
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Yonat Shimron / Religion News Service:
How Southern California helped birth white Christian nationalism
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