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John Light

John is TPM‘s Prime editor. His writing has also appeared at The Atlantic, Mother Jones, Salon, Slate, UN Dispatch, Vox, Worth, and Al Jazeera, and has been broadcast on Public Radio International. Before joining TPM, John was a producer for Bill Moyers and WNYC, and worked as a news writer for Grist. He grew up in New Jersey, studied history and film at Oberlin College, and got his master‘s degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Articles by John

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could be the next agency to see top officials ousted; meanwhile, Attorney General Bill Barr, IRS Chief Chuck Rettig, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will all appear before House committees and subcommittees to answer questions.

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Subpoenas related to the census citizenship question, White House security clearances, and the Mueller report could be approved this week. Here’s more on that and other stories we’re following.

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A potential subpoena for Wilbur Ross, Joe Biden’s behavior with women, and House Dems’ plans to get their hands on an unredacted Mueller report — here’s more on those stories and others we’re covering.

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Has it only been a week? Less than a week? It feels like it’s been far longer since, on Sunday just after 3:00 p.m., we learned Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe was on its way to Congress. The initial flurry of activity was followed by a waiting game, during which few decided to wait. Republicans, of course, are saying it’s time to investigate the Democrats.

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