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Donald Trump's "very questionable" lawsuit torn apart by attorney
The former president sued the Pulitzer Prize Board for defamation for awarding prizes for reporting on Russian election interference allegations.
Ukraine official sets deadline for capturing Crimea
President Volodymyr Zelensky wants the peninsula annexed by Russia in 2014 to be part of his country again.
Ron DeSantis offered his home to "Libs of TikTok" creator Chaya Raichik
The founder of the Libs of TikTok account, which targets liberals, said the Florida governor offered to let her stay with him when she was "doxxed."
Fox News goes after Elon Musk for suspending mainstream media journalists
"Fox & Friends" host Steve Doocy said on Friday that Musk has "got to explain why" multiple journalists had their Twitter accounts suspended.
Amber Heard's sister calls open letter on Depp trial "breath of fresh air"
Whitney Henriquez praised a new letter that condemns the public shaming of her sister following this summer's verdict in her trial with her ex Johnny Depp.
McConnell spending more than Trump on MAGA candidates
The Senate minority leader's super PACs have spent more on each individual Senate race than Trump's have in total.
Trump, Classified Nuclear Files, Saudis: What We Do Know, What We Don't
Newsweek Fact Check looks at the claims, rumors and potential fallout surrounding the Mar-a-Lago search warrant.
Reporter Calls Ginni Thomas Trump's 'Henchwoman' in Election Fight
The comment came amid a discussion about new reporting that Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence, allegedly applied pressure to 29 Arizona lawmakers.
Poll: 75% of Black Americans Fear Being Physically Attacked Because of Race
The survey's results come a week after 10 Black people were fatally shot by a white teen in a mass shooting at a Buffalo, New York, grocery store.
Prince Harry 'May Name' Racist Royal in 'Very Harsh' Memoir—Tina Brown
Brown has said the royals "should write a huge cheque" to persuade Harry to "postpone" his tell-all memoir.
Controversy Builds as Libs of TikTok and Washington Post Both Called Out
The controversy over a piece from "The Washington Post" naming the operator of a right-wing Twitter account continues with both parties accused of missteps.
The 'Libs of Tik Tok' Exposé Is Part of a New Trend: Shaming Dissenters
Under the current order, the issues of censorship and political intimidation of opponents continues to transcend traditional partisan alliances.
Taylor Lorenz Defends Libs of TikTok Exposé After Conservative Criticism
"Raichik isn't just some average woman w/ a social media account," Lorenz said about the woman behind the influential right-wing Libs of TikTok account.
Libs of TikTok Creator 'Holed Up in Safe Location' After Expose
The person behind the social media account that frequently targets liberals has seemingly addressed the added attention from being publicly identified.
Why Taylor Lorenz's Libs of TikTok Expose Has Outraged Conservatives
Conservatives are accusing Lorenz of "doxxing" the mysterious woman pulling the strings of the influential Twitter account.
Talking Tech With 'Washington Post' Columnist Taylor Lorenz
"Washington Post" columnist Taylor Lorenz answers questions about the gear she uses as well as the products catching her eye at the moment.
DeSantis' Election Police Proposal Would 'Poison Democracy': WaPo Editorial
It's "not hard to foresee" the proposed state agency "harassing election officials or voting rights groups," wrote the Washington Post board.
Some Students Stayed Home Ahead of School Shooting Due to Online Threats
The Oakland County Sheriff said they had no knowledge about the online threats against the school prior to the shooting.
Colin Powell Backed Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Plan Before Death
The former secretary of state told Bob Woodward this summer that the U.S. couldn't win in Afghanistan and it was time to bring the troops home.
American Newspapers Ask Biden for Evacuation Of Journalists From Kabul
The publisher of The Washington Post, Fred Ryan, is asking for the administration's help in getting "204 journalists, support staff and families" in Kabul to safety.
Donald Trump's Blog Permanently Shuts Down After a Month of Operation
Trump has ended the "From the Desk of Donald J. Trump" blog. Trump launched the communications platform on May 4 as "a place to speak freely and safely."
Rudy Giuliani Calls on NYT, WaPo to Reveal Sources After Corrections
The newspapers issued corrections on Saturday regarding their initial reporting that Giuliani received an FBI warning about possible Russian influence efforts targeting him.
Brendan Green Recalls Getting Text From Brother Noah Before Capitol Attack
Brendan Green detailed some of the hardships his brother Noah had faced prior to Friday's deadly incident at the Capitol.
WaPo Correction Triggers Furious Debate About Georgia Senate Race Outcome
"Bezos WaPo domestically interfered in January GA Senate election," tweeted Republican strategist Blair Brandt.
WHO Must 'Pry Open Closed Doors' in China to Find COVID-19 Origins: WaPo
"Could a Chinese lab worker have gotten infected or inadvertent leakage have touched off the outbreak in Wuhan?" the Washington Post editorial board asked.
Elizabeth Warren Bashes CEOs, Presses Biden on Progressive Agenda
The Massachusetts senator wrote in The Washington Post that the Democrats "need to deliver for the American people."
'Are You a Soon-to-Be Ex-President?': Trevor Noah's Full Page Newspaper Ad
The cast of "The Daily Show" posed as partners in a humorous law firm for "presidential attorneys," complete with a phone number you can call.
Washington Post Says Joe Biden Should Address Tara Reade Sex Assault Claims
"Trump shouldn't be allowed to set that standard," the board said.
Trump Says Some States Could Open Before May 1 Despite CDC Plan Advice
"Some level of mitigation will be needed until vaccines or broad community immunity is achieved for recovering communities," the plan states.
Donald Trump Narrows Gap Against Democratic Challengers in New Poll
The president's approval rating has also risen since an October poll.