Justin Wise, The Hill

Justin Wise

The Hill

Pryor, OK, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

Poll: Most support athletes kneeling in protest, speaking out on social issues

A majority of Americans say they think it is appropriate for professional athletes to kneel during the national anthem in protest and use their platforms to speak out on social issues, according to a → Read More

Lieu on Trump 'playing it down' on coronavirus: 'This is reckless homicide'

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) is accusing President Trump of committing "reckless homicide" after... → Read More

Biden says Trump downplaying threat of coronavirus is 'almost criminal'

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said late Wednesday that President Trump's decision to publicly downplay the threat posed by the coronavirus while privately acknowledging its seriousness to journalist Bob Woodward is "almost criminal."&n → Read More

Suspected Russian hackers target Biden campaign adviser: report

Russian state-backed hackers are reportedly suspected of targeting staff at a top advisory firm working with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign. → Read More

Arizona Republican lawmaker urges state to 'unmask'

Republican Rep. Andy Biggs (Ariz.) is urging people to "unmask" and fight back against restrictions imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, arguing the policies are "oppressive" and have been worse than the disease itself. → Read More

Senate report claims 'significant delays' in Postal Service delivery of prescription drugs

Operational changes implemented at the United States Postal Service are posing potentially “serious health risks” to Americans who rely on prescription drug deliveries, according to a new report from Sens. → Read More

Parents of Trayvon Martin, Ahmaud Arbery thank Osaka for representing their children at US Open

The parents of Trayvon Martin and Ahmaud Arbery on Tuesday shared video messages thanking tennis star Naomi Osaka for wearing face masks with their children's names emblazoned across them while playing in the U.S. Open. → Read More

UK to restrict most gatherings to 6 people amid spike in coronavirus cases

The U.K. is reportedly planning to impose new restrictions banning most social gatherings of more than six people in light of a sudden spike in coronavirus cases. → Read More

Half a million US children have tested positive for coronavirus

Roughly half a million children in the United States have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, according to a → Read More

North Carolina attorney general says DeJoy allegations merit investigation

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein (D) said Tuesday that an investigation is warranted in response to allegations that Postmaster General Louis DeJoy used his former company's funds to reimburse employees for political donations made → Read More

Kamala Harris meets with Jacob Blake family during visit to Wisconsin

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) on Monday privately met with the family of Jacob Blake, the Black man who was shot several times in the back by police in Kenosha, Wis., last month. → Read More

China imposes new visa restrictions on US media outlets

The Chinese government has yet renew the press credentials for a group of journalists representing U.S. news organizations, an association of Beijing-based media workers said Monday. → Read More

Schiff accuses Barr of lying about China election threat

House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday accused Attorney General William Barr of lying when he said China posed the greatest threat to U.S. elections this year. → Read More

New York infection rate stays below 1 percent for 30 straight days

The coronavirus infection rate in New York state has remained below 1 percent for 30 consecutive days, New York Gov. → Read More

Judge orders resumption of diversity visas

A federal judge in Washington has reportedly ordered the Trump administration to temporarily resume issuing diversity visas to immigrants through a lottery system. → Read More

Jacob Blake: 'I'm telling you change your lives out there'

Jacob Blake, the Black man who was shot several times in the back by a police officer in Kenosha, Wis., last month, is calling for his supporter to "stick together" and to recognize that their lives could be taken away from them at any moment → Read More

Judge orders Trump administration stop 'winding down' census collection, processing efforts

A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to temporarily stop efforts to wind down the collection of data and processing of timelines for the 2020 census. → Read More

NY officer tells protester they're being arrested for 'being an idiot'

The Rochester Police Department arrested nine individuals on Wednesday at the city's Public Safety Building after demonstrators entered the office to protest the death of Daniel Prude, a Black man who died of asphyxiation in March f → Read More

Barr suggests law enforcement could be sent to polling places over 'criminal threat'

Attorney General William Barr said late Wednesday that President Trump's pledge to send federal law enforcement to polling locations on Election Day would be legal if the president were responding to a "particular criminal threat."& → Read More

Republican former Michigan governor says he's voting for Biden

Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R) on Thursday endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, becoming the latest high-profile Republican to back President Trump's removal from the White House. → Read More