This Week on TRB

Hi guys, hope you didn’t miss the interview we did with Ian Bremmer of Eurasia Group this week. He was no-nonsense all let us in on some hard truths about the current Eastern European conflict. Watch it here or listen here. These were the most read posts on the site this week, in case you missed it:

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  1. The House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol is taking the extraordinary step of sending subpoenas to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and four other Republican lawmakers who have rejected the panel’s requests to voluntarily cooperate.

  2. A witness of the mass supermarket shooting in Buffalo, New York, tells CNN affiliate WKBW about the attack.

  3. Pizza places have always been experts when it comes to delivery, flexing with remote drop-offs and robot delivery cars. But now they’re facing a problem: not enough drivers.

  4. Rep. Ted Budd rode an endorsement from former President Donald Trump to victory in North Carolina’s Republican Senate primary, CNN projects.

  5. Conversation surrounding the Republican primaries has been dominated by assessing the effect a Donald Trump endorsement has on the race. I speak with political reporters nearly every day about these races, and it seems that nearly everything is filtered through an “All Things Trump” prism.

  6. Coke knows that its soda caps often end up as litter. So it’s trying to solve the problem by tethering them to the bottle, at least in the United Kingdom.

  7. Britney Spears’ conservatorship ends | Billionaires race to space | Delayed Olympics | Afghanistan war ends | Meme stocks

  8. Asian stocks mostly rose Thursday after the Fed got tough on inflation with its biggest rate hike since 1994. But the Hong Kong market slipped after the city hiked its interest rates following the Fed’s move.

  9. The Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccines are now authorized for emergency use in young children. The US Food and Drug Administration expanded the authorizations for the vaccines Friday to include children as young as 6 months.

  10. • Production team with ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ arrested in House building
    • Woman charged with hate crimes after allegedly attacking 4 people with pepper-spray
    • CNN asked Trump supporter if Jan. 6 hearings are changing his mind

  11. • Production team with ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ arrested in House building
    • Kellyanne Conway criticizes husband

  12. Police Chief Dwight Henninger responds to Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) argument that gun control laws are not effective.

  13. A lot of attention has been paid to the problems President Joe Biden and other Democrats have with core party constituencies, including young and Hispanic voters. And there’s been plenty of polling to back that up.

  14. My brother Abdulrahman and I used to love to explore the Bay Area — hiking, cycling and, on occasion, walking across the Golden Gate Bridge together. Regardless of the activity, I knew I could count on my brother to make me laugh and vice versa. As I look back on those adventures now, I wonder when I will hear my brother’s laughter again.

  15. It’s not just that US Supreme Court majorities upheld Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban and overturned Roe v. Wade. The opinion also skewed the crux of the conversation going forward — with just three words.

  16. A California judge ruled that Britney Spears will not have to sit for a deposition in an ongoing legal battle with her father Jamie Spears, Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart said Wednesday.

  17. The ice cream truck will have one less item on the menu this summer. The company that produces the beloved Choco Taco announced it is discontinuing its product, and the internet is mourning the loss. Check out the best goodbye tributes to the Choco Taco. CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports.

  18. • Parkland gunman spent weeks making violent social posts and searching online for information about mass shootings

  19. A parent of one of the twenty children killed in the Sandy Hook school shooting confronted Alex Jones in court about the pain he has caused by promoting conspiracy theories. CNN’s Brynn Gingras reports.

  20. CNN’s Randi Kaye speaks with Trump supporters in Palm Beach, Florida, as they’re rallying for the former president over the FBI raid of his Mar-a-Lago residence.

  21. The FBI search at Mar-a-Lago this week came months after federal investigators served an earlier grand jury subpoena and took away sensitive national security documents from former President Donald Trump’s property during a June meeting, people familiar with the matter tell CNN.

  22. You sleep for seven to eight hours almost every night, only to feel unrested through the morning or even most of the day. How could you be following a golden rule of sleep so right, yet feel so wrong?

  23. A massive, fish-loving walrus named Freya is stirring up trouble in Norway — and the Norwegian government has warned it may have to euthanize her if Norwegians don’t leave her alone.

  24. The Virginia Zoo welcomed the birth of an adorable, endangered ape — and they’re offering the public the chance to name the rare primate.

  25. How important is the climate bill — named, for Joe Manchin-related reasons, the “Inflation Reduction Act” — that just passed the US Congress? Huge.

  26. Alessandro Rugge, 51, says he had one of the earliest confirmed cases of monkeypox in Arizona, and that getting a diagnosis was challenging.

  27. Former US Rep. TJ Cox, a Democrat from California, has been indicted on federal money laundering and wire fraud charges related in part to campaign donations, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.

  28. The wood-walled conference room has a sterile quality, and the men in muted suits seated around the wide central table are eerily alike, as if duplicated. But this photograph of a high-level corporate meeting has one outlier — a woman with short, curled hair seated on the far left. She lines up perfectly with the group’s symmetry, but she’s conspicuous in her jewel-toned blue dress, her bare legs visible below the hem.

  29. The Syrian government denied it is holding or has any information on the whereabouts of Austin Tice, an American journalist who went missing a decade ago while reporting on the Middle Eastern nation’s civil war.

  30. CNN’s Nick Valencia caught Rudy Giuliani, lawyer of former president Donald Trump, on his way into the Fulton County Courthouse to testify before a grand jury.

  31. The ancient monkey puzzle tree has distinctive spiny leaves and intricate scaly branches. Its unusual features, scientists believe, evolved as a defense against towering, long-necked dinosaurs.

  32. Florence Pugh and Zach Braff have been used to the attention on their relationship, which they quietly ended earlier this year, according to Pugh.

  33. When Ida Skibenes pulled up outside the Solstrand Hotel, her stomach was in knots, flipping between nerves and excitement.

  34. • Opinion: Trump’s incendiary rally proved President Biden was right
    • Analysis: Trump is back in the headlines, and it may cost Republicans in November
    • From red states that turned on Trump to Democratic dream states: Key governor’s races to watch

  35. Britons will find out later Monday who will be their next prime minister as the country faces a looming economic and humanitarian crisis, almost two months after Boris Johnson quit in the wake of a series of scandals.

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