Meet the Brooklyn judge at the epicenter of the Mar-a-Lago records case

Today's News

In today's news, we learn about the Brooklyn judge at the center of the Mar-a-Lago records case, the two Grassleys (one a partisan investigator, one a bipartisan dealmaker), and migrants who arrived in Martha's Vineyard. We also learn about Sarah Huckabee Sanders' surgery for thyroid cancer and the 5th Circuit's upholding of a Texas law forbidding social media censorship.


-Meet the Brooklyn judge who is now presiding over the case involving Mar-a-Lago records.

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  • Migrants who arrived in Martha's Vineyard are being moved to Cape Cod.
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  • The nation's cartoonists weigh in on the week in politics.
  • Sarah Sanders says she had successful surgery for thyroid cancer.
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  • The 5th Circuit upholds a Texas law forbidding social media censorship.
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  • Atlanta Was Ours. And Then It Changed.
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  • What the Tom Barrack trial could mean for the future of foreign lobbying prosecutions.
  • New change at the Pentagon waters down focus on Taiwan, critics say.
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  • The political fallout of Martha's Vineyard.
  • Snopes, Sims and the SAFE-T Act.