Zach Schonfeld, Local 22 & Local 44

Zach Schonfeld

Local 22 & Local 44

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Zach:

Matt Schlapp sexual assault accuser comes forward: ‘I’m not backing away’

A longtime Republican campaign aide who accused American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp of sexual battery came forward publicly on Wednesday after a judge ruled he couldn’t pursue his claims anonymously. Carlton Huffman gave an interview to The Washington Post and said he plans to amend his lawsuit to include his name once the judge […] → Read More

Why a sweeping election law clash at the Supreme Court could disappear

The Supreme Court looks increasingly likely to sidestep a clash over an election law that has weighty stakes for gerrymandering and setting election rules. The justices were headed toward a decision by June in the closely watched appeal from North Carolina Republican lawmakers, who are advancing a sweeping legal theory that would hand near-total authority […] → Read More

Top 5 questions surrounding Biden student debt relief fight at Supreme Court

President Biden’s student loan plan will get its final shot at victory Tuesday at the Supreme Court when the majority-conservative court prepares to hear arguments that will determine the fate of up to $20,000 in debt relief for millions of Americans. The showdown between the Biden administration and the two groups of challengers to the […] → Read More

Tensions rise as Supreme Court prepares for high-stakes student debt clash

As the Supreme Court convenes on Tuesday to weigh whether the Biden administration can forgive billions of dollars in student debt, thousands of borrowers don’t plan to go quietly. Upwards of 100 people were already outside the courthouse on a cold and rainy Monday evening, and groups will bus in many more as President Biden’s […] → Read More

Five top revelations from Dominion’s explosive court filing in Fox News lawsuit

A filing in Delaware state court by Dominion Voting Systems as part of the company’s blockbuster lawsuit against Fox News and its parent company contains never-before-revealed vignettes from inside… → Read More

Judge sentences Jan. 6 rioter who pepper sprayed Brian Sicknick to 80 months in prison

A federal judge sentenced a man to 80 months in prison for using pepper spray during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot against officer Brian Sicknick, who died hours later of natural causes. Dozens of Sicknick’s former colleagues gathered in D.C.’s federal courthouse on Friday as U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Hogan handed down Julian Khater’s […] → Read More

Supreme Court again declines to pause New York gun regs

The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a group of firearms dealers’ emergency request to block various gun control measures recently passed in New York that they argued were unconstitutional and hurt their businesses. The brief order, which had no noted dissents, marks the justices’ second denial this month of a request to block portions of […] → Read More

Timeline of Biden classified document discoveries

Attorney General Merrick Garland on Thursday provided the most detailed timeline yet of the Justice Department’s discovery and review of classified documents found at an office belonging to President Biden and materials found at his Wilmington, Del., home dating back from the time he was vice president. Garland announced he has appointed Robert Hur, a […] → Read More

Hochul: Storm will ‘go down in history as the most devastating’ in Buffalo

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) on Sunday said this weekend’s major winter storm is the most devastating to hit Buffalo, N.Y., after officials confirmed seven deaths in the area. “We are in a war,” Hochul said during a news conference on Christmas Day. “This is a war with mother nature, and she has been […] → Read More

Four things to know about the freezing temperatures and storms hitting the country

Story at a glance A major winter storm is bringing record cold temperatures and winter weather to much of the continental U.S., leading to significant disruptions ahead of the Christmas holiday. Temperatures have plunged to well below zero on Thursday in some areas, and millions are under weather advisories as the storm plagues everything from… → Read More

Trump sues Pulitzer board for defamation in defending winning Russia collusion stories

Former President Trump sued the Pulitzer Prize board on Wednesday for defamation, arguing a statement by the group that concluded a review conducted of previous claims he’d made defamed him. … → Read More

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried says he’ll testify before House panel virtually

Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder and former CEO of bankrupt cryptocurrency platform FTX, says he will indeed testify before the House Financial Services Committee on Tuesday but indicated he will do so virtually. “I’m going to be calling in,” Bankman-Fried said on the “Unusual Whales” finance podcast. Panel Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) and ranking member Patrick […] → Read More

Arizona will certify election results Monday. What happens next?

Arizona state officials will meet on Monday to conduct the state’s vote canvass and officially declare winners from last month’s elections, a once low-profile step that this year is expected to spark lawsuits from multiple Republicans. GOP figures have seized on printer malfunctions in the most populous jurisdiction of Maricopa County, contesting election officials’ insistence […] → Read More

2 dead after storms sweep South

At least two people were killed as severe storms swept the Southeast U.S. on Tuesday night, leading to tornadoes and intense rain that placed millions under weather advisories. The National Weather… → Read More

Here are the 12 Senate Republicans who helped pass same-sex marriage bill

Twelve Senate Republicans on Tuesday supported final approval of a bill securing federal protections for same-sex marriage, allowing it to surpass the 60-vote threshold needed for passage. The Republicans in the upper chamber who backed the bill were Sens. Susan Collins (Maine), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Rob Portman (Ohio), Thom Tillis (N.C.), Mitt Romney (Utah), Roy […] → Read More

Defeated Arizona hopeful Kari Lake sues Maricopa County election officials

Defeated Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s campaign has sued Maricopa County and its election officials, demanding they respond to the campaign’s public records requests about malfunctions on Election Day before the county certifies its vote canvass on Monday. Maricopa County, which spans the Phoenix area and comprises about 60 percent of Arizona’s population, has […] → Read More

Kanye West says he asked Trump to be his 2024 running mate

Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, said he asked former President Trump to be his running mate in 2024. The rapper, in a Twitter video posted on Thursday evening, said he mentioned a campaign during a recent meeting with Trump at his Mar-a-Lago property in Florida, also tweeting a series of “Ye 24” graphics. “I […] → Read More

Omar fires back after McCarthy vows to remove her from committees

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) fired back at House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) after he vowed to remove Omar from her committee posts if elected Speaker. “From the moment I was elected, the Republican Party has made it their mission to use fear, xenophobia, Islamophobia and racism to target me on the House Floor and […] → Read More

Republicans one seat away from taking House majority

Republicans are one seat away from securing the 218 members they need to take control of the House chamber with key wins projected in Arizona and California late Monday. The Associated Press called Arizona’s 1st Congressional District for GOP Rep. David Schweikert and the state’s 6th District for Juan Ciscomani around 9:25 p.m. AP also […] → Read More

Public health experts knock Biden on Title 42

Seventy public health experts sent a letter to President Biden on Wednesday knocking his administration’s use and expansion of Title 42, a Trump-era policy that quickly expels foreign nationals at … → Read More