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Sean Neumann

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Chicago, IL, United States

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  • VICE
  • Chicago Reader
  • Time Out New York

Past articles by Sean:

To Catch a Predator's Chris Hansen Says 'Miscommunication' Led to Warrant for Missed Court Date

Chris Hansen, the former host of "To Catch a Predator," has a warrant after failing to appear in court, where he was supposed to provide documents about a sting operation he aided law enforcement with last October → Read More

Sasha Obama's Close Friend Maisy Biden 'Was Like the LeBron' of Their School League, Barack Says

Former President Barack Obama said President Joe Biden's granddaughter Maisy Biden "was like the LeBron" of her and Sasha Obama's fourth grade basketball league, which he helped coach during his presidency → Read More

Rep. Liz Cheney Says She's 'Honored' to Be Named to Jan. 6 Commission amid Republican Backlash

Rep. Liz Cheney, who has repeatedly received backlash from her own Republican Party over supporting investigations into the deadly Jan. 6 riot, says she's "honored" to now serve on the congressional committee investigating the attack → Read More

Barack Obama on Why He's the Butt of Jokes from Daughters Sasha and Malia: 'They're Afraid of Michelle'

Former President Barack Obama told actor Dax Shepard that his daughters Sasha and Malia make him the butt of all jokes because "they're afraid" of wife Michelle Obama → Read More

George W. Bush Jokes About the Words He Makes Up While Debating the Word 'Literally'

Former President George W. Bush joked about words he sometimes makes up while he debated the use of the word "literally" on the Today show with daughter Jenna Bush Hager → Read More

Trump Organization CFO Will Plead 'Not Guilty' After Turning Himself in Ahead of Tax Charges

Former President Donald Trump's family real estate business has been under two intertwined investigations by the New York attorney general's office and the Manhattan district attorney → Read More

Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff Clink Beers at Astros Game During Trip to Encourage Vaccines

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff watched a few innings of Tuesday night's Houston Astros game while they toured Texas to encourage people to get COVID-19 vaccinations → Read More

Biden Vows Raise to $15 Minimum Wage for Federal Firefighters Ahead of 'Above Normal' Wildfire Season

The White House is raising the minimum wage for federal firefighters across the country, as wildfires continue to ravage portions of the U.S. → Read More

House Votes to Remove 'Grotesque' Confederate Statues from Display in U.S. Capitol

A year after a similar effort stalled in the Senate, the House of Representatives on Tuesday again voted in favor of removing all Confederate statues from public display at the U.S. Capitol → Read More

Tennessee's First Openly Gay GOP State Lawmaker Talks About His Election: 'It Is Part of Who I Am'

Tennessee state Rep. Eddie Mannis told local WBIR that he's hoping to "change the conversation" within the state's Republican Party → Read More

Tayshia Adams & Colton Underwood Explain After They and More Bachelor Stars Sought COVID Relief Loans

Tayshia Adams, Colton Underwood, Dale Moss, Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham all sought loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, sparking debate among critics and fans online → Read More

Joe Biden Will Not Travel to Tokyo for Next Month's Summer Olympics — but Jill Biden Might

President Joe Biden said Tuesday that "the plan" is for First Lady Dr. Jill Biden to lead the U.S. Olympic delegation in Tokyo next month, while the White House says it will make an official announcement later this week → Read More

Olympian Gwen Berry Responds to Conservative Backlash Over Flag Protest as White House Weighs In

Olympian Gwen Berry said Republican lawmakers are "obsessed with me," as they line up to criticize her flag protest against racial injustice → Read More

George W. Bush's Art Teacher on Their Unlikely Friendship and His 'Brave' Work: 'He Keeps Getting Better'

One of the threads at the center of Sedrick Huckaby's new series — a painting of famous Texan and former President George W. Bush — draws significant attention among visitors, there to see his latest work on display at the Blanton Museum of Art → Read More

Pete Buttigieg Reveals the Advice He'd Give His 13-Year-Old Self: 'Just Hang In There'

Pete Buttigieg shares the inspiring advice he'd give his 13-year-old self, during a sit-down interview with MSNBC Jonathan Capehart, centered around Pride Month → Read More

Rep. Paul Gosar's Own Brother Calls Him 'Traitor to This Country' and Asks For His Removal From Office

Rep. Paul Gosar, an Arizona Republican, is facing backlash from his own siblings over his defense of Donald Trump's false election claims, with his brother and sister calling for Congress to expel him from office → Read More

After College Student Dies from Nitrous Oxide, Ohio Lawmakers Pass Anti-Hazing 'Collin's Law'

Ohio lawmakers on Friday unanimously passed an anti-hazing bill named after an 18-year-old pledge who died three years ago, in a case that brought widespread attention to misconduct in fraternities → Read More

Lindsey Graham's Four-Letter Reaction to Biden's Infrastructure Agreement with Some Republicans

Sen. Lindsey Graham slammed President Joe Biden's asterisk on the $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan Thursday, after the president said he'd only sign the bill if Congress also passes the American Families Plan → Read More

Mike Pence Calls Trump's Push to Overturn the Election 'Un-American' but Praises Him as a Disruptor

Mike Pence continued drawing a line in the sand - of sorts - against Donald Trump's push to overturn their 2020 election loss → Read More

Lawmaker Leaves Office After Bitter Divorce Became 'Epic Struggle' as Husband Slams 'Outrageous' Claims

Connecticut state Sen. Alex Kasser, who changed her last name from Bergstein in February, said in a statement Tuesday that "it is with deep sadness" that she was announcing her resignation → Read More