Todd Spangler,

Todd Spangler

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Todd:

Meta shuts down Facebook Watch originals group, ‘Red Table Talk’ canceled

Amid broad cost-cutting moves, Meta is shuttering the Facebook Watch originals group, whose small slate of shows included the breakout hit "Red Table Talk." → Read More

BuzzFeed News is shutting down, company laying off 180 staffers

Pulitzer Prize winning digital media company BuzzFeed will shut down its news division and cut another 15% of its staff across the company, adding to layoffs made earlier this year. → Read More

PBS suspends Twitter posting, joining NPR in boycotting Elon Musk-owned platform

PBS said it has suspended posting to Twitter after Elon Musk’s social network pinned a “government-funded media” descriptor to its primary account. → Read More

George Michael’s ‘Careless Whisper’ tops 1 billion YouTube views

"Careless Whisper," which features a signature saxophone riff, is the eighth song from the '80s to join the YouTube Billion Views club. → Read More

Meta mulling text-based social network to rival Elon Musk’s Twitter

Meta, parent of Facebook and Instagram, said it is considering launching a new Twitter-like social network. → Read More

Michigan's Barbara Bryant, first woman to lead Census Bureau, dies at 96

Bryant was nominated to lead the Census Bureau at a contentious time by former US President George H.W. Bush → Read More

Elissa Slotkin enters race for US Senate, giving Democrats a likely frontrunner

The Democratic congresswoman told the Free Press she will run for the Senate seat being vacated by Debbie Stabenow. → Read More

Biden on Lake Huron object: 'We still don't know' what it was, Canadians suspend search

The president said the object and two others shot down may have been benign but haven't been recovered. → Read More

Biden responds to Michigan State shooting, calls on Congress for gun control laws

President Joe Biden said he was praying for the Michigan State University shooting victims and it is past time for Congress to act. → Read More

1st missile shot at unidentified object over Lake Huron missed, general confirms

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff acknowledges first shot at unidentified object missed → Read More

Rumors, theories spread about unidentified object shot down over Lake Huron

Next steps are to recover the wreckage and figure out what the object was, and where it came from. → Read More

Rep. Elissa Slotkin announces divorce from husband Dave Moore

The Michigan congressman is divorcing her husband after 12 years of marriage, → Read More

US Rep. Huizenga to lead Republicans against SEC's climate change rule

The west Michigan congressman is leading a group going after what it considers regulatory overreach that will hurt investors' bottom lines. → Read More

Dingell launches Heartland Caucus to promote issues important to middle of US

Dingell believes Democrats need more representation from the middle of the country → Read More

US Supreme Court hears deaf Michigan man's request to sue Sturgis schools for damages

Miguel Perez said he should be allowed to file for damages after Sturgis schools failed to provide him adequate education. → Read More

5 things we learned from our sit-down with Debbie Stabenow

We sat down for a wide-ranging interview with Debbie Stabenow, who won't run in 2024. Here's what we learned. → Read More

Jocelyn Benson to receive presidential medal on Jan. 6 anniversary of US Capitol attack

Benson will receive the Presidential Citizens Medal on the anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol. → Read More

Stabenow will not seek another U.S. Senate term in 2024

Stabenow, 72, was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2000. She is the first woman from Michigan to be elected to the U.S. Senate. → Read More

Delphi retirees unlikely to get pensions restored as Congress nears exit

After a big win in the US House this summer, Congress appears ready to leave DC without finalized a plan to restore their pensions. → Read More

Jan. 6 Committee recommends criminal charges against Trump: What that means

In its final meeting, the committee adopted a report and said Justice Department should charge Trump with inciting or assisting insurrection → Read More