Emily Shugerman, The Daily Beast

Emily Shugerman

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Recent:
  • The Daily Beast
Past:
  • Cashay
  • Revelist
  • The Independent

Recent articles by Emily:

Parler Deletes Lin Wood’s Posts Calling for Pence’s Assassination

The “free speech social media company” removed the messages for violating its rules. → Read More

Prosecutors Plan to Pursue Murder Charges Against Doomsday Couple: Secret Recording

Lori Vallow could face the death penalty if convicted of murdering her two children, prosecutors said in a recording. → Read More

SCOTUS Denies Rep. Gohmert’s Attempt to Overturn Election Results

In a one-sentence decision, the court declined to hear the congressman’s last-ditch attempt to block the results. → Read More

MLB Legend Tommy John Has COVID-19. His Son Says It’s Fake.

The baseball icon whose elbow operation changed sports forever is on oxygen. Just don’t tell his anti-vaxxer chiropractor kid. → Read More

Sandals Resorts’ Mid-Pandemic Reopening Is Off to a Rough Start

The company is warring with the governments of Grenada and Barbados over COVID accusations. → Read More

They’ve Got Biden Fever—and Will Risk COVID to See Inauguration

Joe Biden doesn’t want anyone traveling to Washington, D.C., for the inauguration. These folks aren’t listening. → Read More

Kevin Spacey Releases Yet Another Christmas Eve Video No One Asked For

This year’s video focuses on mental health issues spurred by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Houston Man Arrested for Assaulting Bar Worker Who Asked Him to Wear Mask: Cops

The man allegedly smashed a beer bottle over the head of an employee working the door at Grand Prize Bar. → Read More

French President Emmanuel Macron Released From COVID-19 Quarantine

The 43-year-old said he is no longer showing symptoms of the coronavirus. → Read More

She Was Booted From Feminist Org in Racism Uproar—Then Got $400K and New Title

Toni Van Pelt lost the top job at the National Organization for Women. But she’s already resurfaced. → Read More

The Jet-Setters Scheming to Break All the COVID Rules

The founder of the Facebook group Covid Travellers says it’s a “safe place” for globe-trotters—who seem willfully blind to the danger of the coronavirus. → Read More

This Couple Went on a Mexico Vacation—and Wound Up in ICU

And their son contracted COVID-19, too. → Read More

Inside the Battle Between a Mega-Influencer and Indie Designer That Just Won’t Stop

WeWoreWhat’s Danielle Bernstein has been accused of ripping off other women’s work—over and over and over again. → Read More

A Study Claimed Male Mentors Are More Helpful to Women Scientists—and It Did Not Go Over Well

The researchers suggested male mentors might help women’s careers more. → Read More

Dead TSA Agent’s Family Asks Americans to Stay Home for the Holidays

Millions of people plan to fly this Thanksgiving—and airport workers are terrified. → Read More

Breast Milk of Previously Infected Mothers Has COVID-19 Antibodies, Study Finds

Milk samples collected from 15 previously infected women tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies, according to a new study. → Read More

Will a Church Get Away With Making a Teen Listen to Recording of Her Rape?

The Jehovah’s Witnesses of Roy, Utah, say their extreme interrogation of a teenage rape victim is protected religious practice. → Read More

‘Abortion Reversal’ Inventor Enlists in the COVID Wars

Dr. George Delgado believes in bodily autonomy—for church attendance, not for reproduction. → Read More

Late-Night Zoom Calls and Cool Ranch Doritos: How Trump’s Accusers Celebrated His Loss

“It was the first time in four years that I actually felt like I could really breathe deeply again.” → Read More

Reproductive Rights Groups Go High-Tech With ‘Uber for Abortion’ and Encryption

Abortion funds are rolling out programs and applications to make their work easier, even as politicians to try to make it harder. → Read More