Olivia Nuzzi

New York magazine

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Olivia Nuzzi is Washington correspondent for New York magazine.

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Well that happened.

Iowa

Well that happened.

from Left, Right & Center

Joe Biden is still hanging onto the frontrunner spot among the Democrats running for president, despite his less-than-stellar debate performances and regular gaffes.

Why Joe Biden’s campaign is a slow-motion disaster

Joe Biden is still hanging onto the frontrunner spot among the Democrats running for president, despite his less-than-stellar debate performances and regular gaffes.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Joe Biden is in.

20 in for 2020

Joe Biden is in.

from Left, Right & Center

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Is there anything about Trump’s abortion position for Joe Biden to capitalize on? Will Biden’s change of tune on Israel win him more supporters?

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Was there a message behind the unanimous SCOTUS ruling on Trump’s eligibility to appear on the ballot? What’s driving a global trend toward authoritarian leaders?

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Will the death of a political rival to Putin push the U.S. to give more aid to Ukraine? Can a new bill help reduce crime in Washington, D.C.?

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Activists are calling on the LA Zoo to release its elephants to sanctuaries after an elephant was euthanized in January, the second to die within a year.

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With the narrow approval of Governor Gavin Newsom’s $6.4 billion mental health bond, Prop 1, the work begins to build thousands of treatment beds.

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Should a rise in Congressional retirements set off alarm bells? Are Democrats off base with their current platform? How will a new law impact campus free speech?

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Some activists want Orange County officials to call for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, while others say it’s a foreign problem and shouldn’t be handled locally.

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