Ivana Saric, Axios

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Past articles by Ivana:

How President Biden secretly visited Ukraine

“It’s good to be back in Kyiv," Biden said as he stepped of the train Monday morning. → Read More

Several Ukrainian leaders ousted amid corruption allegations

The shakeup is the government's largest since the start of the war last February. → Read More

Lawmakers react to Elon Musk's call to prosecute Anthony Fauci

"Could you just leave a good man alone in your seemingly endless quest for attention?" Sen. Klobuchar tweeted. → Read More

Brittney Griner released in prisoner swap for Russian arms dealer

In exchange for Griner, the U.S. has freed convicted Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout. → Read More

Kevin McCarthy says he'll remove Ilhan Omar from committee assignment

McCarthy vowed to remove Omar from the Foreign Affairs Committee over her past "anti-semitic and anti-American remarks." → Read More

Report: At least 32 trans people killed in the U.S. in 2022

2022 has also been marked by a "shocking wave of anti-transgender legislation" nationwide. → Read More

Stephen Miller blames Mitch McConnell, lack of funds for failed "red wave"

Miller pointed to issues of funding and messaging behind Republicans' failure to manifest a red wave. → Read More

Biden believes Congress must codify Roe v. Wade, top aide says

"The real question is whether the Republicans will listen to those voices." → Read More

Iran protests 2022: Gen Z continue to protest death of Mahsa Amini

Younger Iranians "don't appear to have the same fears or trepidations of previous generations." → Read More

Planned Parenthood opening first RV clinic to provide abortion services

"One hundred days post-Roe we stand in defiance to say: we are not backing down," a Planned Parenthood in Missouri said. → Read More

New Mexico to establish $10M abortion clinic near Texas border

"New Mexico will continue to not only protect access to abortion, but to expand and strengthen reproductive health care." → Read More

Former leaders have been jailed or charged all over the world

Data: Axios Research. Note: "Complicated" includes cases that are unclear, or where a former leader was temporarily detained (often following a coup) but never formally charged. Impeachments were not included. Map: Nicki Camberg/Axios Former President Trump and a number of his close allies have argued that the multiple investigations he's facing, and in particular the search of his Mar-a-Lago… → Read More

Marco Rubio, Mark Warner send bipartisan request for info on Mar-a-Lago search

The letter asks for all information regarding the rationale behind the search. → Read More

U.S. announces another $1 billion military aid package for Ukraine

The package includes new shipments of ammunition, equipment and weapons as well as medical supplies. → Read More

Liz Cheney: Protecting U.S. democracy is bigger than keeping House seat

"I'm going to choose the constitution and the truth every single day." → Read More

PGA Tour under DOJ investigation over potential antitrust violations

"This was not unexpected. We went through this in 1994 and we are confident in a similar outcome," a PGA Tour spokesperson told Axios. → Read More

House panel calls on CEOs of gun manufacturers to testify

"Products sold by your company have been used for decades to carry out homicides and even mass murders." → Read More

Tesla is no longer the world's largest EV producer

Tesla noted in its quarterly reports that it had been forced to contend with supply chain issues and factory shutdowns. → Read More

Clarence Thomas signals interest in revisiting media libel standard

According to precedent, a public figure must prove a defendant acted with “actual malice" in defaming a person. → Read More

"This court has lost legitimacy": Warren calls for Supreme Court expansion

"We need to get some confidence back in our court...we need more justices on the United States supreme court." → Read More