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Adam Carlson


Atlanta, GA, United States

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  • The Palm Beach Post
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • KIRO 7
  • The Awl

Past articles by Adam:

Draft Opinion Overturning Roe and Casey Is Real but Not 'Final,' Supreme Court Says, as Leak Probe Starts

A ruling on abortion access is expected this summer — but the leaked opinion has already roiled the political landscape across the country → Read More

Kamala Harris Tests Positive for COVID: 'No Symptoms,' Will Quarantine at Naval Observatory Residence

The vice president's spokeswoman said she had not recently been a "close contact" of either President Joe Biden or First Lady Dr. Jill Biden → Read More

Olympic Couple Madison Chock and Evan Bates Recreate Their First Date: 'Where Our Love Story Began'

Two months after winning a silver medal with partner and real-life boyfriend Evan Bates in Beijing, Madison Chock tells PEOPLE, 'It's so nice to be able to unwind and enjoy ourselves' → Read More

Joe Biden's Sister Valerie Opens Up: 'We Bleed Like Every Family in America'

In an interview with PEOPLE, Valerie Biden Owens reflects on the lessons of her new memoir, Growing Up Biden, and her enduring bond with the president — her big brother → Read More

Ukraine's First Lady on the Moment 'I Let Go of My Emotions' and What Husband Said as War Began

"About a week after the start of the war, I was phoning around to try to find out where my relatives were and whether they were alive. And in one moment, I realized that I didn't know if I would ever see them again," Olena Zelenska said in a new interview → Read More

Kamala Harris, a History-Maker Herself, Presides Over Historic Confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson

The vice president's announcement of the vote was met with thunderous applause and a standing ovation from Democrats on one side of the Senate chamber → Read More

Nancy Pelosi Tests Positive for COVID-19 but Is Vaccinated and 'Asymptomatic,' Rep Says

The House speaker "is thankful for the robust protection the vaccine has provided," her spokesman said in a statement → Read More

Jim Gaffigan Says His Five Children Still 'Constantly Surprise' Him 'In Different Ways'

Jim Gaffigan tells PEOPLE that his five children still constantly surprise him despite nearly two decades of parenthood → Read More

Ukraine's President Zelenskyy Appears Remotely at 2022 Grammys: 'Tell Our Story ... Support Us'

The wartime leader, a popular actor and comedian-turned politician, has become internationally known since Russia invaded his country on Feb. 24 → Read More

Jen Psaki Staying Mum on Post-White House Future After Reports She'll Head to MSNBC and Peacock

"I've complied with all ethics requirements and gone beyond and taken steps to recuse myself from decisions as appropriate," the Biden press secretary said Friday → Read More

How Will Smith Smacking Chris Rock at the Oscars — and the Aftermath — Unfolded

Even as the show went on, many in the audience and at home continued to talk about what had happened → Read More

Madeleine Albright, Historic Secretary of State Under Bill Clinton, Dies at 84

Her family remembered her as a "tireless champion of democracy and human rights" and a "loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend" → Read More

Nathan Chen Deserves a Nap! The Record-Setting Olympian Opens Up About Why He's Not Sure What's Next

On the heels of fulfilling his dream of winning figure skating gold at the Beijing Winter Olympics, Nathan Chen talks with PEOPLE about his upcoming plans — and how it feels to count Serena Williams and Elton John as fans → Read More

Lauren Boebert Interjects During Biden's State of the Union as He Talks About Veterans and His Late Son

It was a rare moment of open animosity, where politicians usually show their displeasure by choosing not to applaud → Read More

Meet Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden's First Supreme Court Pick — and Possibly First Black Woman Justice

Jackson's career ranges from clerking for retiring Justice Stephen Breyer to serving as an appellate judge and on the U.S. Sentencing Commission as well as a federal public defender → Read More

Joe Biden Has Made His Historic Supreme Court Pick

During his presidential campaign, Biden vowed to nominate an African-American woman to serve on the bench, reiterating that pledge once Stephen Breyer announced his intent to retire → Read More

At Least 137 People Killed in First Day of Russia's Attack on Ukraine, Officials Say

Soldiers, children and medical staff are among the dead → Read More

At a 'Dangerous Moment' for World Order, President Biden Says U.S. Will Oppose Putin's 'Sinister Vision'

Joe Biden on Thursday announced a new round of severe economic punishments against Russia, after they invaded Ukraine, but reiterated that American forces would only be deployed to support NATO → Read More

U.S. Figure Skaters and NBC Sued for Copyright Infringement Over Song Used in Olympic Routine

The Marderosian brothers alleged 'blatant and purposeful' copyright infringement on their version of 'House of the Rising Sun"' → Read More

Team USA's Pairs Skaters Finish Competition in Sixth and Eighth Place, China Takes Gold

China's Wenjing Sui and Cong Han won gold, finishing with a total score of 239.88 — just barely ahead of the silver medal team from Russia → Read More