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The Daily Beast

  • ABCIn the nearly five years since Al Franken resigned from the Senate in disgrace following several allegations of groping and other inappropriate sexual behavior, he has slowly mounted a comeback. But instead of trying to work his way back into the political sphere, he has returned to his original love of comedy.There have been late-night […]
  • NewsmaxNewsmax host Eric Bolling pounced on Laura Ingraham’s apparent skepticism of former President Donald Trump’s potential run for office, using the opportunity to knock his former Fox News colleague and the network itself.Regarding another Trump presidential campaign, Ingraham said on a podcast Monday that “we’ll see whether that’s what the country wants.”“The country, I think, […]
  • Photo by Win McNamee/Getty ImagesIt didn’t take long after the polls closed in Wyoming for Rep. Liz Cheney to get what she may have wanted all along: political martyrdom at the hands of Donald Trump’s unforgiving Republican Party.But it’ll take longer to see if Cheney will get what she clearly wants next: to come back […]
  • Anadolu AgencyThe internet is full of advice on just about everything, including plant care.As the director of a plant diagnostic laboratory and expert on plant medicine, I help people manage their plants’ health. Here are four trends I’ve seen online recently that have stood out as being especially misleading or potentially damaging to plants.Watering orchids […]
  • Comedy CentralFor the latest installment of its long-running “Dailyshowography” series of short films on “great men,” The Daily Show enlisted a very special narrator.“What do you think of when you think of the future?” actor William Shatner asks at the top of this exclusive segment from Tuesday night’s episode as images of rockets, robots and […]

New York Times – World News

Political Wire

  • Pennsylvania U.S. Senate candidate Mehmet Oz (R) is on video telling a voter he owns two houses, the Daily Beast reports. “The problem with that answer is Oz—legitimately—owns far more […]
  • “Former president Donald Trump and close aides have spent the eight days since the FBI searched his Florida home rushing to assemble a team of respected defense lawyers. But the […]
  • There are primaries today in Wyoming, where polls close at 9 p.m. ET, and in Alaska, where polls close at 12 a.m. ET. Leave your reaction in the comments as […]
  • Philip Bump: “This expansion of the Trumpworld legal universe pales in comparison to last week’s dramatic development, of course: the FBI’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. But it’s a reminder […]
  • “Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) warned potential job seekers against applying for new positions at the Internal Revenue Service, vowing that Republicans will move to rescind new federal funding for the […]

BBC News

ProPublica

  • by Justin Elliott and Paul Kiel ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. The United States has made a small but significant move toward creating a public system to allow millions of Americans to file their taxes for free. The […]
  • by Lisa Song ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. Apartment hunting in New York City is a special kind of hell. Friends warned me before I moved here five years ago, sharing stories of cockroaches and sketchy real estate […]
  • by Ren Larson, Vianna Davila and Lexi Churchill ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. This article is co-published with The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan local newsroom that informs and engages with Texans. Sign up for The Brief weekly […]
  • by Jeremy Kohler ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up for Dispatches, a newsletter that spotlights wrongdoing around the country, to receive our stories in your inbox every week. One of the nation’s biggest residential “clean energy” lenders has suspended making loans to homeowners in Missouri, citing economic conditions and […]
  • by Nicole Carr ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up for Dispatches, a newsletter that spotlights wrongdoing around the country, to receive our stories in your inbox every week. A group of Georgia mothers has been trying to get certain library books banned by reading sexually graphic passages aloud at […]

Memeorandom

The Hill

  • Former President Obama tweeted that the Democrats' newly signed climate and health care bill “is a BFD,” making a reference to a hot mic moment President Biden had years ago. “This is a BFD,” Obama wrote in a tweet on Tuesday, quoting his former vice president’s tweet on the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act. …
  • The CEO of gunmaker Smith & Wesson on Monday blamed politicians “and their lobbying partners in the media” for a “crisis of violence” two weeks after House lawmakers subpoenaed the company for information about the manufacture and sale of its AR-15 style firearms. “They are the ones to blame for the surge in violence and…
  • The Associated Press is following the election in Alaska and Wyoming. Follow the live results below. Alaska Wyoming
  • President Biden was finally able to get it done — for Beau. We don’t know definitively that Beau Biden’s cancer was caused by exposure to burn pits during his time in Iraq, but we do know that millions of veterans can now count on getting the treatments they need for chronic illness from exposure to…
  • President Biden signed a major climate, tax and health care package into law. Meanwhile, states in the West failed to reach a water-sharing agreement. This is Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. For The Hill, we’re Rachel Frazin and Zack Budryk. Someone forward you […]

The Guardian

  • Former PM says he didn’t reveal secret powers over concerns they would be ‘misinterpreted’Defiant Scott Morrison resists pressure to resign, defends secret portfolios as ‘necessary’Get our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastVictoria’s opposition has pledged to scrap the suburban rail loop, described as the biggest transport project in the state’s history, […]
  • António Guterres to talk with leaders of Ukraine and Turkey about grain export deal, Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant and a ‘political solution’ to conflictDonetsk leader pledges cooperation with North KoreaUkraine aims to create chaos within Russian forces: Zelenskiy adviserWhat we know so far on day 175 of the invasion The UN secretary-general, António Guterres, will travel […]
  • Former PM says the powers he assumed could have been ‘misinterpreted and misunderstood’ and caused unnecessary angst if made publicAustralia news live: Scott Morrison says at press conference he didn’t reveal secret powers over concerns they would be ‘misinterpreted’Secret ministerial appointments made Australia vulnerable, home affairs minister saysGet our free news app, morning email briefing […]
  • Australian punished for sticking fingers up opponent’s backsideLengthy ban could spell end of Toulouse player’s careerAustralian Corey Norman has been handed an eight-match suspension for sticking his fingers up the backside of an opponent during Toulouse’s Super League match against Warrington Wolves last week.Footage showed the 31-year-old former NRL and Queensland State of Origin player […]
  • Protesters say station is part of gentrification scheme aimed at altering historically leftwing areaThe battle lines are drawn early in Exarchia Square – and in the depths of summer, they are rigorously defined. “By 6.30am we’re here,” says Chrysoula Papageorgiou, a bespectacled schoolteacher now involved in the fight of her life to stop a metro […]

Al Jazeera

News & Guts

  • White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki appeared at her last briefing on Friday before departing the White House for MSNBC. From watching them over the years we can’t imagine a more thankless job, regardless of administration. Psaki has generally been praised for her efforts, although that could be because at least she made an appearance. […]
  • Russia pulling back again? The New York Times reports western and Ukrainian officials say the Russian military has been losing ground around Ukraine’s second largest city of Kharkiv. Officials say the Kremlin will probably redirect troops to the southeast, where it is said to be bolstering its forces in Izium, a city it captured last month. […]
  • Five GOP Representatives who have previously declined to cooperate with the January 6 Committee investigating the attempted coup have now been subpoenaed. House minority leader Kevin McCarthy is one of the five. The committee’s leaders had been reluctant to issue subpoenas to their fellow lawmakers. That is an extraordinarily rare step for most congressional committees […]
  • The Trump International Hotel in Washington is no more. The Trump Organization reached a $375 million agreement to sell the lease of the D.C. property to a Miami investor group. And in the dead of night, workers began removing all signage that said “Trump.” The hotel became the center of controversy from the beginning of […]
  • As expected, the bill put forward by Democrats to codify the right to an abortion into federal law failed to win enough votes in the Senate. The final tally was 49-51, with Sen. Joe Manchin joining all Republicans in voting against it. The legislation would have needed 60 votes to be filibuster proof. The Washington […]
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