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4:35 PM ET, March 24, 2023

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ABC News:
Meadows, other top Trump aides ordered to testify in Jan. 6 probe as judge rejects claims of executive privilege  —  Trump's attorneys had challenged the subpoenas by asserting executive privilege.  —  A federal judge has rejected former President Donald Trump's claims of executive privilege …
New York Times:
Trump, Escalating Attacks, Raises Specter of Violence if He Is Charged  —  In an overnight post, the former president stepped up his attacks on the Manhattan district attorney, Alvin Bragg, and warned of “potential death and destruction” if he is indicted.  —  In an overnight social media post …
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John Wagner / Washington Post:
Trump warns of ‘potential death & destruction’ if he's charged in hush-money case  —  Former president Donald Trump warned early Friday of “potential death & destruction” if he is charged in Manhattan in a criminal case related to alleged hush-money payments to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels to conceal an affair.
emptywheel:
Happy Crime-Fraud Exception Day, For Those Who Celebrate  —  Today marks the calendar start of celebration season for Mr. EW and I; all our big dates are squished into a short period that, this year, might well culminate in the first of several indictments for the former President.
Margaret Sullivan / The Guardian:
Trump's indictment over hush money to a porn star would be poetic justice
Peggy Noonan / Wall Street Journal:
The Wrong Indictment Against Trump
New York Times:
Court Action Underscores Peril for Trump in Documents Investigation
Julia Vargas Jones / CNN:
Prosecutors accept deal with George Santos in Brazilian fraud case  —  Prosecutors in Brazil have agreed to a deal with Rep. George Santos in a case in which he is accused of defrauding a Rio de Janeiro area clerk of $1,300 over clothes and shoes in 2008, documents obtained by CNN show.
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Victor Swezey / The Daily Beast:
George Santos Finally Admits He Is a Fraudster in Brazil  —  The fabulist congressman has reached a deal with prosecutors after he was accused of buying over $1,300 worth of shoes and clothes using a stolen checkbook.  —  Intern  —  International man of mystery Rep. George Santos (R-NY) …
Discussion: The Daily Beast and BuzzFeed News
Sherrilyn Ifill / Slate:
The Republican Plan to Make Voting Irrelevant  —  On Tuesday, it was reported by NBC News that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell continues to recover at a rehabilitation center after his fall at a restaurant in Washington earlier this month.  McConnell spoke with fellow Republican Senators …
NBC News:
Bragg, DA probing Trump, received death threat letter with white powder  —  The FBI and NYPD are investigating a letter containing a death threat and white powder that was mailed to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whose office is investigating former President Donald Trump, law-enforcement sources told NBC News.
Associated Press:
US launches airstrikes in Syria after drone kills US worker  —  A strike Thursday by a suspected Iranian-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six other Americans in northeast Syria, and U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on sites in Syria used by groups affiliated with Iran's Revolutionary Guard, the Pentagon said.
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Eric Schmitt / New York Times:
U.S. Air Defenses ‘Not Fully Operational’ Before Strike Killed American in Syria, Officials Say
Maxwell Strachan / VICE:
Non-Disparagement Clauses Are Retroactively Voided, NLRB's Top Cop Clarifies  —  The general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board issued a memo this week clarifying one of the biggest open questions after the NLRB rules broad non-disparagement clauses were illegal.  —  MS
Discussion: Fortune
Washington Post:
Trump lawyer Evan Corcoran appears before Mar-a-Lago grand jury in D.C.  —  Friday's appearance follows an appeals court victory for prosecutors seeking evidence from the former president's lawyer  —  A key lawyer for Donald Trump appeared Friday before a federal grand jury investigating whether …
Mark Frauenfelder / Boing Boing:
Twitter Blue subscribers will be able to hide their checkmarks to avoid shaming and mockery  —  In the land of the Tweetees, where the birdies tweet all day,  —  Lived Horsey McElon McMean, who had a cunning plan underway.  —  He built a wondrous contraption, the Blue Check-On Machine,
Debra Kamin / New York Times:
For Sale: Mansions in Los Angeles at Bargain Prices  —  Millionaire homeowners are trying to sell their houses before the city's “mansion tax” goes into effect on April 1.  —  Millionaire home sellers are slashing prices and sweetening deals this week in Los Angeles, eager to move …
New York Times:
Rahul Gandhi Disqualified From Lok Sabha After Conviction  —  The expulsion of Rahul Gandhi is a devastating blow to the once-powerful Indian National Congress party.  He and several other politicians are now in jeopardy through India's legal system.  —  NEW DELHI — Rahul Gandhi …
Ken Klippenstein / The Intercept:
Exclusive: Two Koch-Backed Groups Speak Out Against Ron DeSantis's Attack on Journalists … After Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis called for “media accountability,” the Republican-controlled state House and Senate introduced a pair of bills that would make it easier to sue journalists, a familiar culture war target.
Public Notice:
Red state Republicans are rolling back child labor laws  —  Conservatism in a nutshell: instead of improving working conditions, they're exploiting children. … Republicans have found a new hill to die on: rolling back child labor laws.  It's all part of a larger plan to crush worker protections …
Nick Robertson / The Hill:
Idaho Republicans block ‘woke’ free tampons in schools proposal  —  Republicans in the Idaho House blocked a bill that would provide free menstrual products to public school students, calling it “liberal” and “woke.”  —  The bill would have funded free menstrual product dispensers …
Discussion: Alternet.org and HuffPost
Ryan Grim / The Intercept:
The Death of Peter Thiel's “Kept” Romantic Partner Is Being Investigated as a Suicide  —  Jeff Thomas, a model and social media influencer who was recently in a long-term relationship with billionaire Peter Thiel, said he spent much of his time with the tech mogul working to persuade him away …
Jamelle Bouie / New York Times:
Don't Be Fooled.  Ron DeSantis Is a Bush-Cheney Republican.  —  One of the strangest ads of the 2022 election cycle was an homage to “Top Gun,” featuring Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida.  In it, DeSantis is the “Top Gov,” setting his sights on his political enemies: “Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.
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Michael Brendan Dougherty / National Review:
Seriously, Not Literally, for 2024  —  Trump's fighting DeSantis, not reasoning with us.  —  If you want to lay out all the words Donald Trump said about Ron DeSantis this week, and diagram the arguments, like a pencil-neck who reads — or worse, writes for — National Review, well, you're wasting your time.
Tim Alberta / The Atlantic:
Donald Trump Is on the Wrong Side of the Religious Right  —  Evangelical leaders are abandoning the former president, and his Republican rivals are scrambling to win their support.  —  The sanctuary buzzed as Mike Pence climbed into the elevated pulpit, standing 15 feet above the pews, a Celtic cross over his left shoulder.
Antonio Planas / NBC News:
Teen sentenced to life in prison for fatally stabbing Florida cheerleader 114 times  —  Aiden Fucci was 14 when he killed 13-year-old Tristyn Bailey on May 9, 2021, authorities said.  Fucci pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in February.  —  The Florida teen who fatally stabbed 13-year …
Politico:
Justice for Manchin: Senate Republicans closing in on 2024 recruit  —  If the popular governor jumps in, Republicans would break their losing streak in recruiting popular governors and reshape next year's battleground map in one fell swoop.  —  Elated Senate Republicans believe they are on the cusp …
Lawrence Mower / Tampa Bay Times:
DeSantis' State Guard vision: planes, boats, police powers  —  DeSantis has requested nearly $100 million for the new State Guard force.  —  TALLAHASSEE — When Gov. Ron DeSantis first proposed reviving the long-dormant Florida State Guard, he wanted 200 volunteers and a modest $5 million budget.
Discussion: Joe.My.God.
Ronald Brownstein / The Atlantic:
How Working-Class White Voters Became the GOP's Foundation  —  The escalating confrontation between the parties over the federal budget rests on a fundamental paradox: The Republican majority in the House of Representatives is now more likely than Democrats to represent districts filled …
Discussion: Alternet.org
The Hill:
House Republicans pass Parents Bill of Rights  —  House Republicans passed an education bill on Friday that emphasizes parental rights in the classroom, leaning into a hot-button, culture war issue that has gained popularity in GOP politics across the country.
Justine McDaniel / Washington Post:
GOP congressman tells U.S. trade negotiator she's ‘too nice’ to do her job  —  When Rep. Greg Murphy (R-N.C.) got his turn to question the United States' top trade negotiator at a House hearing Friday, he told her she was too nice to do her job and had “too nice a smile.”  —  “I don't know you very well.
Discussion: PoliticusUSA, IJR and The Daily Caller
Simon Schuster / MLive.com:
Prop 3 voters are ‘participants in murder,’ new Michigan Republican leader says  —  MLive sat down with new Michigan Republican Party chair Kristina Karamo for nearly two hours March 17 for a sweeping interview that encompassed everything from her conspiratorial beliefs to plans for the party she will lead to the 2024 election.
Discussion: The Guardian and HuffPost
Shannon Osaka / Washington Post:
Why climate ‘doomers’ are replacing climate ‘deniers’  —  How U.N. reports and confusing headlines created a generation of people who believe climate change can't be stopped  —  When Sean Youra was 26 years old and working as an engineer, he started watching documentaries about climate change.
Sun-Sentinel:
Parkland dad detained in D.C. after being removed from hearing on gun regulation  —  Authorities on Thursday detained Parkland father Manuel Oliver, who was attending a committee hearing in Washington, D.C., on gun regulation, according to U.S. Rep. Maxwell Frost, who shared footage of the encounter on Twitter.
Jake Bleiberg / Associated Press:
A sex trafficking case, a plea deal and a mother's pain  —  Irma Reyes changed clothes in the back seat of the pickup: skirt, tights, turtleneck, leather jacket.  All black.  She brushed her hair and pulled on heels as her husband drove their Chevy through predawn darkness toward a courthouse hundreds of miles from home.
Discussion: MyNorthwest.com
Jack Birle / Washington Examiner:
Pelosi slams archbishop who won't let her take Communion  —  Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) spoke out against Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone after he announced last year she would be barred from receiving Holy Communion.  —  Pelosi, speaking at an event at Georgetown University's Center …
Discussion: LifeNews.com, Breitbart and IJR
 
 
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Kay Nguyen / Manhattan District Attorney's Office:
D.A. Bragg, P.C. Sewell: Radical Cleric Shaikh Faisal Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison for Recruiting Supporters and Facilitating Efforts to Join ISIS
Discussion: New York Post and Fox News
Bloomberg:
Faulty Credits Tarnish Billion-Dollar Carbon Offset Seller
Snejana Farberov / New York Post:
NY Democrats propose 4% tax on Netflix, Uber to fund MTA
Discussion: IndieWire
Bill D'Agostino / Newsbusters:
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Discussion: Washington Examiner
Mara Siegler / Page Six:
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 Earlier Items: 
Janet Adamy / Wall Street Journal:
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Discussion: The Hill and Associated Press
New York Times:
That Missing Trump Portrait? Found, Next to Some Old Yoga Mats.
David Gelles / New York Times:
In Held v. Montana, Young People Sue Montana Over Use of Fossil Fuels
Steve Clemons / Semafor:
Paul Rusesabagina of Hotel Rwanda fame to be freed from prison
Reuters:
Tethered together, Biden and Harris move toward 2024 re-election run
David Ignatius / Washington Post:
Biden moves to undo Trump's political play on the Space Command
Discussion: al.com and Outside the Beltway
 

 
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James Ball / Politico:
The allegations facing Will Lewis and Rob Winnett are not remotely in line with either UK or US journalism ethics; blaming British media culture is wrong

Jem Aswad / Variety:
Sources: Sony is acquiring Queen's music catalog, excluding live performances, for £1B; Disney retains recorded music rights in the US and Canada

Kerry Flynn / Axios:
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