Alyssa Rosenberg

Washington Post

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Alyssa Rosenberg is a staff writer for the Washington Post. She writes on pop culture and politics for the Opinion section.

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Mike Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI about Russia investigation.

Flynn is in

Mike Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI about Russia investigation.

from Left, Right & Center

After condemning Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan on Monday, President Trump spoke again yesterday of this weekend’s violence at the University of Virginia.

The 'bully pulpit' in a divided nation

After condemning Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan on Monday, President Trump spoke again yesterday of this weekend’s violence at the University of Virginia.

from To the Point

From the Andy Griffith Show to the Wire, Hollywood has had an enduring fascination with police. And vice-versa.

How Hollywood has shaped our attitudes toward police

From the Andy Griffith Show to the Wire, Hollywood has had an enduring fascination with police. And vice-versa.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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George Clooney and his long-time producing partner Grant Heslov talk about their new movie “The Midnight Sky,” a post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama, now on Netflix.

from The Business

After a mob of Trump supporters entered the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday, many people are concerned about what the remaining weeks of Trump’s presidency will bring.

from Greater LA

LA, San Diego, and Riverside counties have run out of ICU space at their hospitals. COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are still ballooning.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The nation’s capital will have extensive military presence next week when Joe Biden takes the oath of office and becomes the 46th U.S. president.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The drive to force a vote on removing Gavin Newsom from office is picking up steam, spurred on by anger over coronavirus restrictions and other conservative grievances.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Members of Congress are formally counting the Electoral College votes. A group of Republicans are planning to object to the results, citing false claims of widespread voter fraud.

Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the legal ramifications for the people who mobbed the U.S. Capitol building, and for President Trump.

from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers

Hundreds of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday, ransacking the House and Senate chambers and the offices of some lawmakers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Bryan Fogel won Netflix its first feature documentary Oscar with his Russian doping exposé “Icarus.”

from The Business