Katie Rogers

Katie Rogers

White House correspondent/magpie @nytimes

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“Have at it,” Biden says when asked by a reporter if his vaccine requirements constitute overreach and could face court challenges. He again criticizes GOP governors. “We’re playing for real here, this isn’t a game.”

New from me: an interview with the first lady

“People are selective with the humanity they see in others." @katierosman 

‘Can’t Compete’: Why Hiring for Child Care Is a Huge Struggle

Covid tests are the new toilet paper: 18 months into this pandemic, Americans still do not have a widely available and affordable at-home testing option. "Testing experts said the government could have stepped in months ago."

“The historical trend makes it clear that Democrats will face severe headwinds next November,” Mr. Podesta wrote, “but nothing will guarantee a political reckoning faster than if the Democrats fail to pass anything.” @jimtankersley 

"The pandemic curbed both the community outreach programs and the policing that helped to keep murders and other violent crime in check."


"President Trump was following my condition and cleared me for the monoclonal antibody therapy that he had previously received, which I am convinced saved my life.” Wonder how families of the 1,900 who died today feel when they see stuff like this.

“My dying words will always be, as it has been, ‘I am an innocent man.'"

This is a beautiful tribute, and puts depression in its proper context: People who battle it are strong.

My parents have not met my baby, I haven’t been home in a year, and I just canceled our planned tiny Thanksgiving. Wear a fucking mask.

Mitt Romney has had a wild 24 hours. Getting screamed at in an airport, sitting aboard a crowded plane as MAGA passengers chanted "traitor" at him, sheltering in the capitol, and then calling for elected leaders to tell the truth. Strength of character personified.

Lamar says it - “Whatever you think of his behavior, with the terrific economy, with conservative judges, with fewer regulations, you add in there an inappropriate call with the president of Ukraine, and you decide if your prefer him or Elizabeth Warren.”

WASHINGTON -- Olivia Rodrigo, 18, who has the No. 1 album in the country, took the White House podium to talk about the importance of receiving vaccines.

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To prepare for her appearance, Amanda Gorman, who has a speech impediment, read the poem aloud over and over, “practicing it and trying to let it be known in my mouth, but not feel robotic."