Margaret Talev, Axios

Margaret Talev

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Recent articles by Margaret:

Axios-Ipsos poll: Most expect quick election results

The gap between public expectations and what experts are warning shows the risk of a national crisis. → Read More

Axios-Ipsos poll: Americans fear return to school

The poll finds that the pressure campaign for schools to reopen could backfire with many voters. → Read More

Axios-Ipsos Coronavirus Index Week 12: Protesters fear the spread

The protests may be driving down people's perceptions of risks attached to resuming more mundane activities. → Read More

Two-thirds of Americans doubt the coronavirus death toll

Yet another partisan disagreement — this time about whether the death count is too high or too low. → Read More

Two-thirds of Americans doubt the coronavirus death toll

Yet another partisan disagreement — this time about whether the death count is too high or too low. → Read More

Documents: Navarro memos warning mass death circulated West Wing in January

President Trump was far slower to publicly acknowledge the sort of scenarios Navarro had put in writing. → Read More

International Women's Day and the glass ceiling

The struggle to reach the White House masks a lot of progress at lower levels. → Read More

Sign of the times: A pro-Warren super PAC

She opposes super PACs, but these backers think she needs their help to survive. → Read More

Top NSC official may be moved after "Anonymous" rumor fallout

A decision has not been finalized and could still fall apart, a source tells Axios. → Read More

The cost of going after Bloomberg

The more zealous the attacks, the greater the risk he turns his campaign ATM against them. → Read More

Bloomberg's monopoly, Biden's market crash

MANCHESTER, N.H.— The political market is rendering two unambiguous trend lines: Mike Bloomberg's TV monopoly is fueling his surge into the top tier of Democratic presidential rivals, and cash-strapped Joe Biden is crashing. State of play: The billionaire and former New York mayor is achieving a critical mass in national polls and capturing the attention of the media, establishment Democrats… → Read More

The Iowa caucus ends in a meltdown

It's likely to reignite the debate about why this state should go first. → Read More

Fix Our Senate launches to target McConnell

The group aims to organize opposition to McConnell and Republicans who vote with him. → Read More

Mike Bloomberg matches Trump to beat Trump in 2020

His campaign is trying to learn from what the president did in 2016. → Read More

National Security Council official on leave pending investigation

The senior director for European and Russian affairs was set to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos. → Read More

Trump may reduce troops in Afghanistan without Taliban deal

Trump has long said he wants to pull American troops out of Afghanistan. → Read More

Exclusive: Trump tells Kim Jong-un he wants to resume talks

It appears Trump is again trying to lean on what he has described as his warm personal relationship with Kim. → Read More

Trump's national security adviser claims Iran more likely to negotiate now

The strike on Quds Force leader Qasem Soleimani will "reset deterrence," Robert O'Brien said. → Read More

Impeachment preview: "No decision made" by Pelosi on sending articles to Senate

"The real question is what if she doesn't bring it?" a White House source said. → Read More

Ukraine controversy spotlights Joe Biden's family problem as the 2020 race heats up

All the fact checks in the world may not obviate the collateral damage. → Read More