Hunter Schwarz covers politics for the Deseret News National team. He writes the visual politics newsletter Yello and previously worked at CNN, Independent Journal Review, The Washington Post and BuzzFeed. He graduated from Brigham Young University in communications. His interests include art, design, pop music, hiking and weightlifting.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said after the 2019 Christchurch shooting, “everyone said, ‘never again,’ and so then it was incumbent on us as politicians to respond to that”
A review found 81% of Republicans lawmakers in Arizona took steps against 2020’s election results
The leaders met one day after Finland and Sweden formally asked to join NATO
The swing state will have toss up races for U.S. Senate and governor.
U.S. intelligence officials said they have more than 400 reports of unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos criticized President Biden and he did it over Twitter — just like Biden.
The former president’s hotel is becoming a Waldorf Astoria.
Most U.S. adults support strict sanctions on Russia and sending weapons to Ukraine
The U.S. had lend-lease with the Allies before entering World War II.
If the Supreme Court rules to overturn Roe v. Wade, 23 states have laws that would ban abortion, but most are in the South and Midwest.
As the Supreme Court rethinks Roe v. Wade, activists prepare for the fallout.
What’s on the mind of Washington journalists and politicians? The White House Corespondents’ Association annual dinner this past weekend provides a glimpse.
“We’re going to seize their yachts, their luxury homes and other ill-begotten gains,” President Joe Biden said Thursday.
More Americans support allowing refugees in from Ukraine than any other situation since Gallup began polling in 1939.
“It became boring because there was no interaction,” Trump said.
If the unpopular Emmanuel Macron can become the first French president in 20 years to win reelection in today’s political climate, Democrats are hoping other underperforming incumbents can win when they’re challenged from the far-right.
The percentage of Americans in the middle class has fallen from 61% to 50% over the past half century.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis criticized Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ attacks on Disney and Twitter, and invited Disney to build a “Mountain Disneyland” in his state.
If Republicans take back Congress in the midterms in November, some Republican leaders know what they want to do.
A bill would lower the maximum hours that employees have to work to receive overtime pay from 40 hours to 32.
Rep. Liz Cheney said former President Donald Trump and those around him knew their actions in connection with Jan. 6 were unlawful but they did it anyway.
Former Vice President Mike Pence’s political advocacy group put out a document that shows what a possible presidential campaign agenda might look like.
Obama called Biden “vice president” before quickly saying it was a joke at an executive order signing expanding access under the Affordable Care Act.
Read about President Donald Trump’s comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin. Would it help or hurt him in a future presidential run? Here’s what Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, said.
The most competitive races for U.S. House and Senate in the West are in just five states: Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico and Washington.
President Joe Biden’s approval hit a new low in a new NBC News poll, and Republicans have the advantage to take back Congress.
The California governor’s $11 billion proposal would send vehicle owners a $400 debit card and make public transit free for three months.
The number of refugees allowed into the U.S. hit a new low last year, but President Biden announced the U.S. would allow 100,000 refugees from Ukraine.
Jackson is tied with Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts as the most popular nominee since Gallup began tracking.
Former Judge Thomas Griffith called Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson an ‘independent jurist who adjudicates based on the facts and the law, and not as a partisan.’