Tessa Stuart, Rolling Stone

Tessa Stuart

Rolling Stone

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Rolling Stone
Past:
  • VICE
  • Audubon Society
  • Village Voice

Recent articles by Tessa:

Russian Election Interference: A Timeline

In his recent story, “The Hack Next Time” (from the February 2020 issue of Rolling Stone magazine), Andy Kroll reported exclusive details about how the Trump White House, from Day One, … → Read More

What the Hell is Going On In Iowa?

“Who won Iowa?” is still a question without an easy answer. That’s ridiculous → Read More

Debate Night Was A Rough One for the Moderators. Here Are 4 Lowlights

What the hell is “insurancetown” and why wouldn’t you let them talk about climate change? → Read More

Warren, Buttigieg Had Themselves a Real Spicy Fight Over Campaign Finance

The Democratic field threw down over wine caves, personal wealth and the problem with big money in politics → Read More

Elizabeth Warren: The Rolling Stone Interview

On the campaign trail in Iowa with the progressive warrior as she tries to prove she’s the Democrats’ best chance to beat Trump → Read More

The Most Troubling Revelations in the Whistleblower Complaint Against Trump

President Trump solicited the incoming Ukrainian administration’s help to investigate Joe Biden and used his top officials to make it clear that U.S. support was contingent on that help. What’s more, multiple high-ranking administration officials worked to erase or hide evidence of Trump’s actions. Those two allegations — the abuse of power and the efforts to conceal it — are at the heart of a… → Read More

All Eyes on Pelosi as Support for Impeachment Grows

Ukraine has changed Democrats’ political calculus, and action now appears far more likely → Read More

Trump, Biden, Ukraine and a Whistleblower: What You Need to Know

The whistleblower complaint at the center of a dispute between the White House and Congress concerns an August phone call President Trump had with new Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, accor… → Read More

‘We’re Running Out of Time’: Images of the Global Climate Strike

Protesters walked out of school and work in cities around the globe on Friday to demand action on the climate crisis → Read More

Bill de Blasio Ends Presidential Campaign

It turns out Bill de Blasio will not, after all, be the next president of the United States → Read More

NRA Sues San Francisco Over ‘Terrorist Organization’ Designation

The pro-gun proliferation organization is seeking an injunction to stop the city’s resolution from going into effect → Read More

Dan Poised to Defeat Dan In North Carolina’s 9th District

Come Wednesday, only one Dan will be the man. → Read More

Why Can’t California Solve Its Housing Crisis?

It’s the epicenter of the tech industry and the wealthiest, most progressive state in the union, but homelessness is surging — and no one can agree on how to fix it → Read More

Art of the Sale: Inside the Room Where Women are Pitching Women on Trump 2020

Is 2020 going to be 2016 all over again? → Read More

Maybe We Should Buy Greenland

A strategic location, rich uranium reserves, and abundant fish — this place has got it all → Read More

Border Patrol Must Provide Luxuries like ‘Sleep’ and ‘Showers’ to Migrant Kids, Judges Rule

Remember a couple of months ago when the Trump administration argued in court it shouldn’t be required to provide things like soap, toothbrushes, showers, towels, beds, blankets or sleep to the migrant kids it has detained, in many cases, after forcibly separating them from their parents? Well, the verdict is in, and turns out: the government was wrong. Back in 1997, the Justice Department… → Read More

With Hickenlooper Out, Who’s the Next 2020 Democrat to Go?

Former Colorado governor John Hickenlooper is ending his Presidential bid on Thursday, fueling speculation he might dive into another crowded primary field and join the 13 Democrats already vying f… → Read More

Steve King’s View of Rape and Incest Is Not Abnormal Among GOP Lawmakers

King’s comments provoked outrage, but the underlying views are squarely in the GOP mainstream → Read More

The Next Recession Is Going to Be Brutal

The economy is showing signs of turning, and the people who saw the least benefit from the latest boom are now the most vulnerable ahead of the next bust → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Takes On Barstool Sports Founder

Portnoy caught the progressive lawmaker’s attention by threatening to fire any employee seeking information about unions. → Read More