Hunter Walker, Rolling Stone

Hunter Walker

Rolling Stone

Washington, DC, United States

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Past:
  • Cashay
  • Yahoo
  • Business Insider
  • seattlepi
  • mySA
  • Stamford Advocate
  • Houston Chronicle
  • Slate
  • Talking Points Memo
  • New York Observer

Recent articles by Hunter:

Adam Schiff on Jan. 6, Trump's Republican Party, Threats to Democracy

The Democrat tasked with investigating the attempted insurrection talks about his experiences on Jan. 6, the rotting Republican Party, and why the threat to our democracy is far from over → Read More

The Bannon Subpoena Is Just the Beginning. Congress's Jan. 6 Investigation Is Going Big

Records and exclusive documents obtained by ‘Rolling Stone’ reveal the massive scope of the House select committee probe → Read More

The January 6 Investigation Names Names: Bannon, Meadows, and Scavino

Four of Donald Trump's closest allies — Steve Bannon, Mark Meadows, Kash Patel, and Dan Scavino — have all been subpoenaed by the Congressional panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection → Read More

The Justice for January 6th Rally Flopped. The Movement Is Succeeding

The rally was small, but the movement isn't. Support for the Capitol insurrectionists has taken root firmly inside the GOP → Read More

'Moderate' Brian Fitzpatrick Has Ties to Jan. 6 Bus Trip Organizer

Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick called Jan. 6th a "coup attempt," but that didn't stop him from attending a fundraiser at the home of a man who helped bus hundreds of people to Washington for a “Million MAGA March" → Read More

Biden on North Korea: 'There will be responses if they choose to escalate'

President Biden was asked at his press conference about recent North Korean rocket launches that were widely viewed as a test of his administration. → Read More

Korean American leaders plan worldwide vigil for victims of Atlanta shootings

The vigil is part of a series of events that are being planned for March 26, which Asian American leaders and organizations have declared the “#StopAsianHate National Day of Action and Healing.” → Read More

Inside the New York Democrats’ messy fight over whether to impeach Andrew Cuomo

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is not being impeached — yet. Instead, with mounting sexual misconduct accusations and an alleged coverup of nursing home deaths, ... → Read More

Biden faces backlash over surging numbers at border

With a rising number of migrants arriving at the southern border, pressure is mounting on President Biden from both sides of the aisle. → Read More

Cuomo’s troubles put New York AG Tish James in the spotlight

New York state Attorney General Letitia James, once seen as an ally of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, has become one of the main threats to his hold on power. → Read More

White House responds to Cuomo allegations: 'Every woman coming forward should be heard'

White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday addressed the multiple allegations of sexual harassment made against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, saying the Biden administration supports an investigation of Cuomo and believes the three women making the accusations should be heard. → Read More

Ilhan Omar seeks sanctions reform in her new foreign affairs leadership role

As Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. seeks to become a major voice on U.S. foreign policy, she is looking to make sanctions one of her hallmark issues. → Read More

Trump launches right wing cable media blitz but says it’s ‘too early’ to talk 2024

President Trump made the right wing cable news rounds on Wednesday night with appearances on three different television networks: Newsmax, One America News, and Fox News. → Read More

For Biden, pandemic safety starts at home: In the White House

Biden’s use of masks in the West Wing is one of many ways he and his team say they plan to establish strict protocols in an effort to keep the White House safe and set an example for the rest of the country. → Read More

Jared Kushner played a key role in White House pardon 'free-for-all'

President Trump has issued 65 pardons and commutations since Tuesday, and more are expected in the coming days. According to multiple sources, his son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner, played a key role in managing the avalanche of requests. → Read More

'Honeymoon is not over' between Biden and progressives

There's a stark contrast — at least for now — between the loud internal disputes between progressives and the Democratic Party’s more moderate establishment that have raged for the past five years. → Read More

As first lady, Jill Biden plans to push for debt-free community college

Dr. Jill Biden has devoted her life to the field of education, and that won’t change when she becomes first lady next month. According to a source close to her, Biden will advocate for debt-free community college. → Read More

Sources say outgoing Democratic Rep. Max Rose is mulling run for NYC mayor

After losing his House seat, Staten Island congressman Max Rose has begun laying the groundwork for a potential mayoral campaign in New York City. → Read More

AOC praises Biden's new chief of staff as a 'unifying pick'

“I think that he is extraordinarily competent. He led our country through the … ebola crisis. He has led through many different political crises,” Ocasio-Cortez said of Ron Klain, President-Elect Joe Biden's new chief of staff. → Read More

Trump's election challenge is continuing, but the campaign is already shedding staff

Trump and senior members of the campaign team have insisted this election is not over, potentially making the loss of staff more consequential. → Read More