1. liveblog
    Adams Holds Wide Lead as NYC Waits for More Results: UpdatesThe race isn’t over, and Maya Wiley still sees a path to victory.
  2. capitol riot
    Pelosi Announces Select Committee to Investigate Capitol RiotSince Senate Republicans killed an independent commission, Democrats will convene their own panel to investigate the events of January 6.
  3. infrastructure
    ‘We Have a Deal’: Biden Endorses Senators’ Bipartisan Infrastructure PlanThe deal can only hang together if Democrats, including Joe Manchin, can unite around a reconciliation bill to enact the rest of Biden’s agenda.
  4. politics
    New York City’s Era of Liberal Peace Is OverThe left might have Eric Adams surrounded, but he has proven to be a cunning opponent.
  5. politics
    Rudy’s Law License Suspended Over Lying for TrumpNew York won’t let him practice law for now, saying his conduct “immediate threatens the public interest.”
  6. politics
    Why Republicans Want Voters to Panic About Critical Race TheoryGOP complaints are largely based on myths, but they think scaring white middle-class parents is a winning electoral strategy.
  7. the national interest
    Dianne Feinstein’s Confused Nostalgia for the FilibusterThe system worked in the old days, before the filibuster was routine.
  8. the national interest
    Defunding the Police Is Dead, But Reform Lives OnHow Democrats can fight crime and police abuse at once.
  9. politics
    DeSantis Reveals What Critical Race Theory Hysteria Is All AboutIt’s about punishing speech.
  10. u.s. supreme court
    ‘Cussing Cheerleader’ Wins in Supreme Court Free-Speech CaseThe Court decided 8-1 that obscene student tirades made on social media are protected unless they disrupt public-school activities.
  11. voting rights
    Democrats’ Voting Rights Push Stalled. It Was Still Worth It.The effort to enact the For the People Act was a smart investment that will pay off richly for Democrats.
  12. politics
    It Looks Like Buffalo Will Have a Socialist MayorIndia Walton is likely to defeat incumbent Byron Brown in a major Democratic primary upset.
  13. the national interest
    Republicans Say Voting Protections Trample ‘States’ Rights.’ Uh-Oh.The chilling future implications of a very old argument.
  14. politics
    Can Eric Adams Hold On to His Lead?What the first results of the mayoral race mean for him and his opponents.
  15. georgia
    Welcome to Georgia, Where Election ‘Integrity’ Goes to DieBrad Raffensperger’s incomprehensible position in the party of Trump.
  16. 2022 midterms
    Will Young and Minority Voters Save Democrats in 2022?With or without some help from Donald Trump, Democrats need to keep the voters who surged to the polls in 2018 and 2020 engaged.
  17. voting rights
    Believe It or Not, Some States Are Making It Easier to VoteAmid the outcry over Republican-led states restricting voting opportunities, some states are moving in the opposite direction.
  18. the national interest
    Kyrsten Sinema’s Filibuster Defense Is Factually UntrueModerate senator loves the supermajority requirement, doesn’t understand how it works.
  19. politics
    Why There Could Be No Winner on Election NightNew York City’s experiment in ranked-choice voting begins.
  20. games
    The NCAA Looks Like a Dead Organization WalkingJustice Brett Kavanaugh, of all people, has stuck a dagger into college sports’ unjust business model.
  21. the city politic
    The Race for Mayor Has Gone Absolutely BerserkYang and Garcia team up. Adams cries victim. Wiley goes after them all.
  22. 2022 midterms
    Anti-Government Extremist Ammon Bundy Joins Wild Governor’s Race in IdahoBundy and Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin could compete for the militia vote in a 2022 gubernatorial race that may not have an incumbent.
  23. religion
    Catholic Bishops Move Toward Denying Biden CommunionConservative bishops are trying to be more Catholic than the pope on enforcing opposition to abortion. A big fight is brewing.
  24. the national interest
    Is This the Dumbest Filibuster Defense Ever Written?I cannot believe this column was published in a national newspaper.
  25. 2021 mayoral race
    Eric Adams Volunteer Stabbed in the BronxHe was reportedly stabbed multiple times while canvassing for Adams, but survived. The motive for the attack is not yet clear.
  26. the national interest
    D.C. Statehood Is the Democrats’ Only OptionHoping to win by coupproof margins is not a strategy.
  27. politics
    Mayamentum!Why Maya Wiley is surging at the last possible moment.
  28. media
    Inside the Petty, Vindictive, Career-Ruining Infighting at NY1Onscreen, NY1 seems like a happy family, but a lawsuit exposed the tumult behind the scenes.
  29. 2021 mayoral race
    Garcia Is Taking Yang’s Help, But Not Returning ItThe mayoral candidates may be campaigning together, but only Yang has cross-endorsed, and Garcia says she just wants his “number twos.”
  30. the final days
    A Very Late Night With the YangsThe former front-runner and his wife vent about Eric Adams, the media, and much more.
  31. juneteenth
    America’s Hollow Embrace of JuneteenthHow a commemoration of Black liberation became a favorite holiday of corporations and lawmakers.
  32. the city politic
    The Company Eric Adams KeepsHe’s the candidate of old political-machine guys like Brooklyn Democratic Party fixer Frank Carone. What would that mean in City Hall?
  33. extremism
    Andrew Clyde Challenges MTG for Title of Most Extremist Georgian in CongressThe North Georgia mountains are a proving ground for radical right-wing populists. Gun dealer Andrew Clyde is the latest example.
  34. politics
    What Republicans Mean When They Say ‘Stacey Abrams’Joe Manchin doesn’t make for an easy demon.
  35. juneteenth
    Juneteenth Is Now a Federal Holiday“Great nations don’t ignore their most painful moments,” Biden said as he signed the bill establishing a holiday marking the end of slavery.
  36. supreme court
    Supreme Court Keeps Its Powder Dry on Religious LibertyThe ruling in favor of a Catholic foster-care agency was a setback for LGBTQ equality, but conservative justices could have gone much further.
  37. the national interest
    Why Republicans Could Never Tell Their Voters the Truth About ObamacareThe legal crusade against affordable health care loses again.
  38. nyc mayoral race
    All the Endorsements in the NYC Mayoral RaceWith the June 22 primary approaching, Democratic mayoral candidates are racking up endorsements from politicians, organizations, and celebrities.
  39. politics
    Florida Pol Threatens to Put ‘Hit Squad’ on Rival Congressional CandidateAnna Paulina Luna filed an injunction against William Braddock, who invoked her assassination in a recording.
  40. politics
    Can Joe Manchin of All People Trigger a Breakthrough on Voting Rights?The much-maligned Democrat has unveiled a compromise proposal that is getting praise from his party for a change.
  41. encounter
    On the Campaign Trail With Andrew GiulianiThe Son of Rudy is working out his father issues on the road to Albany.
  42. 2022 midterms
    Could Democrats Defy History and Keep Congress in 2022?There is recent precedent for the president’s party gaining House seats in unusual midterm elections, but it is still a long shot for Democrats.
  43. celebrations
    What Biden Has Planned for His July 4 ‘Independence’ From COVID PartyThe U.S. probably won’t hit Biden’s goal to vaccinate 70 percent of adults by July 4, but that won’t keep him from throwing a party on the South Lawn.
  44. politics
    Biden and Putin Played Nice TodayThe two leaders met following recent Russian meddling in American elections and U.S. condemnations of the Kremlin’s crackdowns.
  45. donald trump
    Could Trump Become Speaker of the House?This bizarre scenario is technically possible, but fantasies about Trump returning to the White House via the Speakership are extremely far-fetched.
  46. department of justice
    Trump DOJ’s Secret Subpoenas and Data Seizures: What We KnowThe Trump Justice Department went to unprecedented lengths to hunt down leakers, seizing records from reporters, Democrats, and a White House counsel.
  47. politics
    Democrats Move Ahead With Plan to Pass Rest of Biden AgendaWhether or not an infrastructure deal is cut with Republicans.
  48. politics
    Trump Tried to Force DOJ to Back His 2020 Election CoupLong after the 2020 election was decided, Trump relentlessly used all the mechanisms available to the executive branch to overturn his loss.
  49. false equivalence
    Ilhan Omar and Marjorie Taylor Greene Are Not EquivalentIt’s lazily convenient to lump these two “extremists” together. But there’s no comparison in what they’ve said and how they’ve dealt with criticism.
  50. the city politic
    Tali Farhadian Weinstein Donated $8.2 Million to Her Own CampaignThe Manhattan DA candidate’s personal contributions dwarf the millions she has raised from Wall Street mega-donors.
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