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.

The former vice president and former New Jersey governor could announce their campaigns next week
Here are updates on debt ceiling negotiations.
House Speaker McCarthy predicts he’ll have the support of most House Republicans, but other party members including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are opposed
State and local governments instituted travel bans to pressure states on policy, but a report out of San Francisco tells the financial costs.
Burgum, who won his first election in an upset, knows his chances are slim, but he thinks that’s his competitive advantage
“It seems almost certain that we will not be able to get past early June,” Yellen said.
Lake, who narrowly lost last year’s race, said she plans to appeal the court’s decision
Clinton defended Biden’s record and said she thinks he’ll win next year, but she said “his age is an issue.”
Hundreds of donors who previously gave to Sinema’s Senate campaign are now giving to Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego.
Biden met with 4 congressional leaders Tuesday as threat of default looms.
Obama said ‘because of the splintering of the media, we almost occupy different realities.’
After postponing a meeting with congressional leaders Friday, he struck a positive tone over the weekend
The federal government is responding to the end of pandemic-era policy at the U.S.-Mexico border.
What elected officials in states that border Mexico have said so far about the change in U.S. policy.
The former Arkansas governor is taking a direct approach in criticizing former President Donald Trump.
The Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll found 66% of registered voters in Utah disapprove of the job President Joe Biden is doing.
The pair were two of the sponsors on a new bipartisan bill to ban members of Congress or their families from buying or selling stock.
Their meeting comes after Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the U.S. could hit the debt limit by June 1
In Arizona, permits for a well for a Saudi-owned company have been canceled
The former New Zealand prime minister is heading to Harvard University later this year for a dual fellowship.
The images show a few telltale signs that they’re faked, like a campaign sign with the wrong logo and a close-up shot of Biden that looks unnatural.
An NBC News poll released this week found 70% of U.S. adults don’t think Biden should run and 60% said they don’t think Trump should.
San Francisco has seen a more than 40% increase in overdose deaths between January and March 2023
The Wall Street Journal poll found the former president has widened his lead over Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy called for government spending to be reduced to 2022 levels
The Wall Street Journal called the spying allegations against reporter Evan Gershkovich false.
Ardern spoke about her time in office and said she hoped people like her saw that they could be leaders too
‘On Tuesday morning I will be going to, believe it or not, the Courthouse,’ Trump wrote on social media.