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Adam Carlson

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Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • People
Past:
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • TIME.com
  • KIRO 7
  • The Awl

Recent articles by Adam:

The Melania and Donald You Don't See, According to Ex-Aide: 'I Miss Them and I Hope I Never See Them Again'

"This book is for the public to read and they can believe, look and decide for themselves if I've been honest," Stephanie Grisham says of her new memoir → Read More

Surprise! Barbara Bush Welcomes First Daughter, Who Is 'Healthy and Adorable'

"With full hearts, Laura and I are delighted to announce the birth of our new granddaughter," George and Laura Bush said in a statement shared with PEOPLE → Read More

Meet the Viral College Student Who Recreates Your Favorite Kinds of Celebrity Interviews

TikTok's Emily Uribe, a California college student, turned her lifetime of fandom and her love of late-night appearances and Marvel panels into viral video fame → Read More

Dirty Jobs' Mike Rowe Has a New Show About the Nitty-Gritty of Work (and Talks a Bit About His Personal Life)

Rowe, who also hosts a podcast and runs the mikeroweWORKS foundation, will be narrating How America Works on Fox Business Network rather than be its on-camera personality → Read More

George W. Bush Likens the Terrorists Who Attacked on 9/11 to Today's 'Violent Extremists at Home'

Former President George W. Bush shared an emotional message about honor and unity at the United Flight 93 memorial site in Pennsylvania on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks → Read More

Top Melania Aide Is Ready to Talk: 'She Knows Where All the Bodies Are Buried and She Has a Shovel'

Stephanie Grisham, who was the White House spokeswoman for both the president and first lady, is joining other former Trump aides with a new memoir → Read More

RFK's Widow Opposes His Assassin's Parole: 'An Unspeakable Loss'

"Our family and our country suffered an unspeakable loss due to the inhumanity of one man," Ethel Kennedy said in a statement → Read More

Brittany Matthews Shuts Down Social Media Critic Who Says She Doesn't Have Her Own Career

Brittany Matthews is brushing off a critic who had a lot of thoughts to share in her Instagram comments about Matthews' career → Read More

Paralympian Trenten Merrill Talks the 'Fire Inside' as He Competes in Tokyo (While Juggling a Modeling Career)

It's mid-July, some seven weeks before the Southern California native returns for his second Summer Paralympics to compete in track and field, this time in Tokyo. "I want to go out there and fight," he tells PEOPLE in an interview as he prepares to head to Japan. You can hear how he starts winding himself up: "It's like every day it's like this fire inside of me, fuel is being poured on slowly… → Read More

The Afghanistan War Ends: Last U.S. Plane Leaves After 20 Years — and Evacuation of 120,000

The Pentagon says "the largest airlift" in U.S. military history helped 122,000 people leave the country since July, including some 5,400 Americans, as the Taliban took over → Read More

A Dad-to-Be, a 'Brave Young Man' and 'the Most Patriotic Kid': The 13 Service Members Killed in Afghanistan

Young men from California, Ohio and Texas are among the first confirmed victims in the attack outside the Afghanistan capital airport on Thursday that killed 13 U.S. service members and scores more civilians → Read More

12 U.S. Troops and 60 Afghans Killed in 'Heinous Attack' Outside Airport During Evacuation, Officials Say

Twelve U.S. service members and a number of Afghan civilians were killed in a "heinous" bombing and gun attack by Islamic State fighters outside the airport in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday → Read More

Explosions Outside Afghanistan Airport Includes U.S. and Civilian Casualties, Pentagon Says: A 'Complex Attack'

There were multiple explosions around the airport in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday, amid the ongoing evacuation effort, resulting in American and civilian casualties, a Pentagon official said → Read More

Fighting for More Than a Medal: Olympic Boxer Duke Ragan on Winning Silver for Incarcerated Father, Family

After winning a historic medal at the Tokyo Summer Games, Duke Ragan visited his father, Derek, in prison to present his Olympics prize to his No. 1 fan → Read More

The Story Behind Moving Photo of Child Sleeping on Afghanistan Escape Plane Under Airman's Uniform

A U.S. airman on a C-17 leaving Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday gave a boy his uniform to keep warm as the child slept → Read More

Youth Soccer Player Fell to His Death from Air Force Plane Leaving Afghanistan, Officials Say

Zaki Anwari fell to his death from the U.S. military plane, the General Directorate of Physical Education and Sports said in a statement on Facebook → Read More

Meghan McCain Opens Up About Her View Exit and Motherhood in 'Personal' New Memoir

The now-former View host will release an audio-only memoir, Bad Republican, on Audible on Oct. 21 → Read More

Remains Found in Wheel Well of Plane After It Was Surrounded by People Trying to Leave Afghanistan's Capital

Among the dead in the scramble out of Afghanistan this week is someone whose body was found Monday in the wheel well of U.S. military plane, the Air Force confirmed → Read More

Biden Speaks After U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan and Taliban Takeover: 'Gutwrenching' but 'Cold Reality'

President Joe Biden addressed the country on Monday afternoon in the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the almost immediate takeover of the country by the Taliban → Read More

Marathoner Molly Seidel Receives USA's Very Last Tokyo Medal During Closing Ceremony

Team USA's Molly Seidel got another moment in the spotlight when she was officially awarded her bronze medal during the closing ceremony of the Tokyo Summer Olympics → Read More