1. early and often
    Trump Wants Dr. Oz to Copy Him and Declare Victory Before the Race Is CalledThe race between Mehmet Oz and David McCormick has not been called and will likely head toward an automatic recount.
  2. early and often
    2022 Midterms: A Guide to the Races Worth WatchingA cheat sheet to keep track of all the crucial races, primary upsets, and campaign drama — Trump-fueled and otherwise — from now through Election Day.
  3. early and often
    Trump Couldn’t Give Oz a Decisive Win Over McCormickThree MAGA-y candidates dominated Pennsylvania’s GOP Senate primary, but Trump’s official pick appears to be headed to an automatic recount.
  4. early and often
    Madison Cawthorn’s Self-destruction Is CompleteThe youngest Republican representative in history lost on Tuesday following a series of bizarre scandals.
  5. early and often
    Cargo Shorts Enthusiast John Fetterman Wins Democratic Senate RaceHe won days after suffering a stroke and may be Democrats’ best hope for flipping a Republican senate seat.
  6. the truth is in here
    Pentagon: UFOs Are Everywhere, Aliens Not So MuchAt the first congressional hearing of its kind in more than 50 years, officials said that sightings of unidentified objects have skyrocketed.
  7. covid-19
    How to Order More Free Home COVID Tests From the GovernmentU.S. residents can now order a third batch of eight free COVID-19 tests from the federal government. Here’s how to claim them.
  8. politics
    Biden Condemns White Supremacy As ‘Poison’ During Speech in BuffaloThe president and First Lady visited Buffalo to pay their respects in the aftermath of a racist rampage that left ten people dead.
  9. early and often
    Generic Ballot Shows Republicans on Track to Retake HouseThe reliable indicator shows Republicans with a modest but steady lead. If 2022 is anything like recent midterms, the House will flip for sure.
  10. the national interest
    Joe Manchin Has Done a Terrible Job Fighting InflationThe pivotal senator would rather complain about prices than do anything about them.
  11. the system
    America’s Impenetrable Fog of InnocenceWhy it’s so hard for so many to see the causes of the Buffalo mass shooting clearly.
  12. early and often
    Join Truth Social and Get Trump Posts a Whopping 6 Hours EarlySlightly early access is all Truth Social will have going for it if Donald Trump returns to Twitter.
  13. early and often
    The Democratic Party Is Extremely Unpopular Right NowNew poll numbers do not bode well for the party’s midterms chances.
  14. politics
    Draft Congressional Map Upends Several New York Democrats’ DistrictsThe proposed map, which is far less favorable to Democrats, is set to make some long-serving House members primary opponents.
  15. the national interest
    Yes, Tucker Carlson Shares Blame for the Buffalo Supermarket AttackThe white nationalist’s conservative allies mount an unconvincing defense.
  16. early and often
    Pennsylvania Senate Candidate Fetterman Recovering From StrokeThe lieutenant governor said he is feeling better and that doctors told him he will make a full recovery.
  17. the money game
    How Red States Are Trying to Snuff Out Green InvestingNumerous states are launching a messy preemptive strike against so-called ESG efforts by the financial sector to move away from fossil fuels.
  18. the city politic
    Why the Brooklyn Democratic Party Is at War With ItselfA fight over neighborhood patronage gigs has led to threats, insults, accusations, lawsuits, and an effort to oust the party’s first female boss.
  19. early and often
    Trump’s Hold on the GOP Won’t Loosen Even If His Candidates FailHis cult of personality can withstand a few botched endorsements.
  20. 2022 midterms
    Trump Endorses Extremist Mastriano in Pennsylvania Governor’s RaceIt’s a bit awkward, since the gubernatorial candidate’s “running mate,” Kathy Barnette, is threatening Trump’s Senate candidate Dr. Oz.
  21. early and often
    Why Both Sides Are Making the Term MAGA Great AgainDemocrats are saying “MAGA” more because they badly want to identify the GOP with its unpopular leader. So, too, do many Republicans.
  22. early and often
    Mike Pence to Campaign for Fellow Trump Traitor Brian KempThe two MAGA heretics are, in their own ways, trying to show that Trumpism without Trump has a future.
  23. early and often
    Scott Pruitt Brags About Media Attacks on His Rampant CorruptionTrump’s EPA chief could barely draw a breath without doing something comically scandalous. Now he’s trying to ride his notoriety to the Senate.
  24. life after roe
    The Anti-Abortion Christians Who Became Pro-ChoiceWhy did we change our minds?
  25. politics
    Feds Investigate Trump for Taking Top Secret Docs to Mar-a-Lago: ReportThe DOJ reportedly wants to know more about the classified documents Trump grabbed from the White House.
  26. early and often
    Can Wild-Card Kathy Barnette Win Pennsylvania’s GOP Senate Primary?The McCormick-Oz showdown has been upended by a little-known rival. Now the Establishment and parts of Trump World are trying to stop her.
  27. capitol riot
    January 6 Committee Orders Kevin McCarthy and Republicans to TestifyThe House panel escalates its investigation in a major way ahead of public hearings.
  28. the national interest
    Why Senate Republicans Want to Save Money by Skimping on VaccinesFiscal conservatism as pathology.
  29. early and often
    Mo Brooks May Survive Trump’s Betrayal in Alabama Senate RaceThe representative sojourned on after Trump unendorsed him for alleged “wokeness.” Now he has a decent chance at making a GOP runoff.
  30. the national interest
    Biden Abandons the Obama Legacy on Charter SchoolsThe Education Department chooses teachers unions over poor kids.
  31. the money game
    Madison Cawthorn’s Crypto Guru Goes BustIn the hyperworld of Miami’s crypto right, the “Let’s Go Brandon” coin sounded as good as gold.
  32. politics
    Trump’s D.C. Hotel Is Officially KaputThe capital of Trump’s conflict of interest empire has officially been sold for a reported $375 million.
  33. early and often
    What Does Chuck Schumer Think He’s Doing?There are some good reasons for Senate Democrats to dramatize doomed votes on abortion and other issues. Or maybe they’re just incompetent.
  34. the city politic
    Eric Adams Can’t Afford to Lose the New York PostWith crime surging, his brief honeymoon with the still-powerful tabloid appears to be over.
  35. life after roe
    Supreme-Court Sources Can’t Stop Leaking About Abortion CaseConservative leakers want us to know that the Alito draft is the only draft. Also, they’re concerned that all this leaking is hurting the Court.
  36. intelligencer chats
    America’s Economic Outlook Gets GloomierInflation is barely easing, making the Fed’s already tough job even more difficult.
  37. the national interest
    Will Social Conservatives Make Mitch McConnell Kill the Filibuster?The end of Roe may end the reign of the GOP’s money wing.
  38. early and often
    Trump-Endorsed Alleged Serial Groper Loses in NebraskaTrump’s support couldn’t overcome Charles Herbster’s sexual-assault scandal in Tuesday’s primaries. But his candidate prevailed in West Virginia.
  39. encounter
    What’s Wrong With Identity Politics?Philosopher Olúfemi O. Táíwò’s new book reclaims the concept from elite power brokers.
  40. politics
    Federal Judge Approves Moving New York Congressional Primary to AugustThe primary for New York’s congressional seats will now be held on August 23.
  41. early and often
    Trump Managed to Body-Shame an Aircraft CarrierEx–Defense secretary Mark Esper says Trump was obsessed with the USS Gerald Ford not having “the look” and proposed drastic cosmetic alterations.
  42. life after roe
    Hochul to Direct $35 Million to Support New York Abortion ProvidersThe funding will go toward the creation of an abortion-providers fund and to safety and security grants for reproductive-health clinics.
  43. early and often
    Steve Schmidt Announces Breakup With Meghan McCainSo what if the former John McCain strategist and the late senator’s daughter reportedly haven’t spoken in 14 years?
  44. the national interest
    The Abortion Protest Moral PanicWe are freaking out over a handful of peaceful demonstrations.
  45. games
    Why Athletes Are Ignoring Roe v. WadeA short time ago, politics in sports was inescapable. But at this moment of profound crisis, there is mostly silence.
  46. life after roe
    When Could Republicans Ban Abortion Nationwide?If Republicans win the White House and Congress in 2024, which is plausible, they’ll be under intense pressure to end abortion even in blue states.
  47. politics
    Trump Says He Can’t Comply With Subpoena Because He Can’t Find His PhoneIn an attempt to end a $10,000-a-day fine, he claimed he could not provide documents from his old devices because they’re lost to time.
  48. the national interest
    Biden Can Fight Inflation by Repealing Trump’s Tariffs. Why Hasn’t He?An easy response to the administration’s biggest problem is sitting in plain sight.
  49. early and often
    The Drama-Lover’s Guide to the New Trump BooksLove gossip, but not enough to actually read the new batch of Trump books? Here are all the juicy, disturbing, and darkly amusing tidbits you missed.
  50. early and often
    Steve Schmidt Goes to War With the McCain FamilyAfter attacking Meghan McCain for being a spoiled brat, he writes that her father lied to the voting public about an affair.
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