2023澳洲10开奖历史/澳洲幸运10开奖历史记录查询 DeSantis Team To Trump: Wait and See
Donors, governors and plenty of GOP voters are just waiting for the Florida governor to enter the race before they ditch the former president, according to DeSantis’ growing team of political pros.
The nastiest Democratic primary of 2022 may be heading for another round
A primary challenger jumping could pit progressives against the Democratic Party's campaign apparatus.
Yellen plans to huddle with Wall Street bankers as default looms
Treasury said Yellen will talk with banking leaders to discuss the impasse over raising the government's borrowing limit.
The eight-year gap splitting negotiators on a debt deal
Staff-level talks between the White House and Congress are beginning to look promising. But big divides remain.
Opinion | Why Trump Can’t Lose
He’s constructed a political force field against failures and scandals that would have felled any other politician.
Analysis | Law and Order
A Stunning Result in Trump’s Sexual Assault Trial
A new first — and a new low — for the former president.
The Trendlines DeSantis Doesn’t Want to See
A new survey of Republican grassroots leaders shows Trump making real gains.
Column | Fourth Estate
Trust the Media? Don’t Believe the Latest Poll
A new survey tries — and fails — to gauge the trustworthiness of different outlets.
Opinion | We Need a Manhattan Project for AI Safety
AI presents an enormous threat. It deserves an enormous response.
Department of the Future
A Disaster the Size of Multiple Katrinas Is Building Off Washington’s Coast
The Coast Guard is the first line of defense against a massive tsunami. Will it also be an early victim?
The Friday Read
Russia Has a Vodka Addiction. So Does Vladimir Putin – But Not the Same Way.
The Russian leader is famously sober. There’s a reason that his country isn’t.
Column | Capital City
The Right’s Economic Populism Is Breaking Progressives’ Brains
When two American Prospect writers expressed tentative praise for the deposed Tucker Carlson, the response was instant and furious.
Tennessee Has Two White Faces. I’ve Seen Both of Them.
The effort to silence the “two Justins” shows that my home state is still struggling to bury its Confederate past. Just ask my family.
Letter From Hungary
I Was Banned From Entering CPAC Hungary’s ‘Woke Free Zone’
A dispatch from the Trumpian right’s pilgrimage to Budapest.
The Big Idea
The First Step to Solving the Housing Crisis Might Be Simpler Than You Think
America couldn’t conquer unemployment until there was an unemployment rate. So it’s time to start compiling a housing loss rate.
Opinion | Trump’s Election Denialism Is Already Winning
It’s up to Republican opponents to make it a vulnerability rather than a strength.
Column | Fourth Estate
What’s Really Behind the Release of Tucker Carlson’s Texts
Scrutiny on the former Fox star helps the network avoid attention on the disaster of the Dominion settlement.
Biden's power plant rule could help revive an old idea about how to fight climate change
No power plants in the U.S. capture their greenhouse gases before they hit the atmosphere. But EPA's proposal argues that the technology's time has come.
House GOP lays down its border marker as Trump-era migrant policy runs out
Meanwhile, senators are looking for a narrow, bipartisan solution to address the end of Title 42.
DeSantis stays mum on Trump, for now, after town hall
But one GOP consultant says "the cuffs will be off" once the governor is officially a candidate.
Trump lawyer rejected claim that juror’s political affiliation signified bias
A newly unsealed filing in the E. Jean Carroll case reveals how Trump successfully kept a listener of a far-right podcast on the jury.
Ron DeSantis can’t quit Covid
The national pandemic health emergency is expiring. But the governor is still highlighting his Covid record.
Reality of war rains on Russia’s Victory Day parade
Unexplained incidents, including last week’s drone attack on the Kremlin, are undermining Putin’s plan to project strength on May 9.
CDC head resigns, blindsiding many health officials
Rochelle Walensky acknowledged the agency did not meet expectations during the pandemic and launched a reorganization.
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