The rise of the omicron variant has fed the longstanding efforts to pretend vaccines don’t reduce the spread. Here’s what the data shows.
Jay Inslee’s proposal, which he’s asking the Washington state legislature to pass, would make it a crime to lie about election results with the knowledge the lie could lead to violence.
Shortly after it was revealed that Walensky had been undergoing media training, she seeded conspiracy theories about a significant number of deaths classified as covid deaths being incidental.
It’s far too simple to suggest a repeat of Reagan and the air traffic controllers. That doesn’t mean there isn’t peril in it for Democrats.
First it was whether it was an “insurrection.” (It was.) Now it’s whether it was terrorism. (Which is a grayer area — just not for the reasons laid out Thursday night.)
The interview was a remarkable commentary on the power dynamics in the GOP — and its according effort to rewrite the history of Jan. 6.
Many top Republicans blamed Trump, and just as quickly moved on when that looked like the bad play. Meanwhile, Trump managed to avoid the fate that usually awaits presidential losers.
The president who didn’t want his presidency to be focused on Trump suddenly took Trump to task.
Lawmakers are dropping the pretense and pitching redistricting for what it is (but isn’t supposed to be): about benefiting their party.
Garland was predictably cautious, but amid questions about whether the Jan. 6 investigation might lead to higher places, he didn’t exactly play down the possibility.