Morgan Gstalter, The Hill

Morgan Gstalter

The Hill

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent:
  • The Hill
Past:
  • mySA
  • Beaumont Enterprise
  • Govtech.com

Recent articles by Morgan:

NYPD officer under investigation following video of female protester being shoved

A New York City police officer is under review after a viral video appeared to show him shoving a female protester on Friday night. → Read More

DC mayor pushes back on Trump: Police will 'always protect' the city

Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) on Saturday pushed back on → Read More

Missouri state lawmaker sparks backlash by tweeting 'looters deserve to be shot'

A Republican state representative in Missouri is facing backlash after he tweeted on Friday that “Looters deserve to be shot. … But not by the government.” → Read More

Pentagon orders active-duty police units on ready to deploy to Minneapolis: AP

The Pentagon on Friday reportedly took the rare step of ordering the Army to prepare several active-duty U.S. → Read More

Minneapolis officer involved in George Floyd arrest taken into custody

A former Minneapolis police officer involved in the death of George Floyd has been arrested and taken into custody, local authorities announced Friday. → Read More

Twitter puts warning on Trump 'THUGS' tweet, says it violates standards, glorifies violence

Twitter on Friday put a warning on a tweet from President Trump saying it violates its rules against glorifying violence. → Read More

Minneapolis police precinct burns as George Floyd protests erupt across the nation

Protesters breached and burned a Minneapolis police precinct on Thursday night as unrest continued to rock the city following the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Trump campaign resurfaces 'Game of Thrones' meme to knock Twitter CEO

The Trump campaign on Thursday resurfaced a “Game of Thrones”-style meme previously used by the president to knock Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey ahead of an executive order pertaining to social media companies. → Read More

George Conway group lines up body bags in ad hitting Trump on coronavirus deaths

The Lincoln Project, an anti-Trump conservative super PAC run in part by George Conway, released a new ad on Tuesday hitting President Tr → Read More

Birdwatcher: Woman's call to police was 'definitely racist'

The black birdwatcher who filmed the viral video of a woman calling the police on Memorial Day after he complained about her unleashed dog said he appreciated → Read More

NBA star Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip at Florida restaurant

Cleveland Cavaliers center Andre Drummond left behind a $1,000 tip for his server at a Florida restaurant on Sunday as the state began to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Pixar debuts short film featuring the studio's first gay main character

Pixar on Friday released a short film called “Out” that features the studio’s first gay main character. → Read More

Michael Moore: The only way Trump wins in 2020 is if he 'cheats'

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore said Friday night that there’s no way President Trump can win reelection unless he “cheats.” → Read More

Obama would beat Trump in head-to-head matchup: poll

Former President Barack Obama would beat current President Donald Trump in a head-to-head matchup if an election was held today, according to a new poll released Wednesday. → Read More

Biden on Trump to taking hydroxychloroquine 'What in God's name is he doing?'

Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, blasted President Trump on Wednesday for taking hydroxychloroquine in an effort to prevent coronavirus despite limited evidence from the medical community. → Read More

GOP lawmaker says his entire family is taking hydroxychloroquine

Rep. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) revealed that he and his entire family are taking the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine “prophylactically” to ward off the coronavirus despite limited evidence from the medical community. → Read More

GOP Alaska legislator apologizes for using Nazi analogy to criticize coronavirus screenings

A Republican state lawmaker in Alaska has apologized for comparing coronavirus safety measures at the statehouse to the Nazi treatment of Jewish people, saying he used the wrong analogy to warn against “government overreach.” → Read More

GOP Alaska legislator compares coronavirus screening sticker to Nazi Germany's Star of David

A Republican state lawmaker in Alaska is facing backlash from Jewish legislators after he compared coronavirus safety measures at the statehouse to the Nazi treatment of Jewish people. → Read More

Virginia Tech grants honorary degree to therapy dog who's helped thousands of students

Virginia Tech granted an honorary doctorate to Moose, an 8-year-old therapy dog who has helped students in more than 7,500 counseling sessions. → Read More

Trump shares video of protesters confronting reporter: 'FAKE NEWS IS NOT ESSENTIAL'

President Trump shared a video of a local TV reporter being confronted by anti-shutdown protesters in the New York City borough of Long Island who called him "fake news" and "the enemy of the people," prompting journalists to → Read More