Susan Page 18 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 5:20pm : ) https://t.co/TNF9zTvR1R Susan Page 1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 7:02am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Still waiting for the Elio: The startup took $28M in deposits for a futuristic car that never came.
–Texas ban on abortion faces a slew of lawsuits: Any of the challenges could decide the law's fate. https://t.co/3ClGqupRQk
Link to Image Susan Page 2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 7:37am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
Colin Powell dies at the age of 84
–The trailblazing commander and first Black secretary of state suffered complications from COVID-19.
–Powell was a man trusted by presidents and the public alike, writes @SusanPage.https://t.co/X3gyHT9DI8
Link to Image Susan Page 2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 3:13pm Colin Powell's life was a model for those who believed that aspirations were achievable in America, and that the military could be an avenue to do that. Here's my take >>> https://t.co/CTPj58mst2 Susan Page 3 days ago:   Sunday Oct 17 - 1:24pm A look at how times have changed, from @CarlPLeubsdorf: "When I covered the Senate in the 1970s...Dem Leader Mike Mansfield and Rep Leader Hugh Scott were so close they traveled to China together....House Speaker Tip O’Neill regularly golfed with his GOP counterpart," Bob Michel. https://t.co/nSTRc8reM6 Susan Page 5 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 10:43am Fun to talk with @deborahkalb on her books blog about #MadamSpeaker. Why is @SpeakerPelosi so comfortable with power? "She was born into a household in which power was like running water and electricity" >>> https://t.co/ahM3j3VPzb Susan Page 5 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 10:40am ISO a journalism internship? The @USATODAY Network has opportunities in DC and across the country. Open house with the bosses next Tuesday; deadline to apply Nov. 1 >>> https://t.co/AVMcoDUVfR Susan Page 5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 11:45pm RT @dhpierson: Before leaving Afghanistan, @yamphoto checked in on Emal Ahmadi and learned the U.S. had still not offered him an apology or compensation for killing 10 of his family members. Days after we wrote about it, the U.S says it now vows to do the right thing. https://t.co/IBzpFs4oeh Susan Page 5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 11:41am Here's the question: Can the House Jan. 6 Committee force Steve Bannon -- and others -- to comply with its subpoenas? https://t.co/BVNnEOMKa1 Susan Page 6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 7:54pm Congrats to my @USATODAY colleague @ByEllaLee for the recognition given her powerful story about an important issue >>> https://t.co/c6xntSwjIp Susan Page 1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 7:51am RT @JavelinDC: Javelin now has our TENTH New York Times bestseller in the space of ten months. Congratulations to our wonderful authors and our many publishing partners over this past year! Many more bestsellers to come!! 🥳 🎈 🎊 📚 https://t.co/6V5DasMT2s
Link to Image Susan Page 1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 5:37pm The view from Woodley Park: A panorama from the congressional dome to the Washington Monument >>> https://t.co/JOS5zf3Y8T
Link to Image Susan Page 1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 11:54am @SpeakerPelosi What will be the first thing to go? "You've got to be kidding," @SpeakerPelosi says. Then she answers: "Probably the timing." Susan Page 1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 11:51am @SpeakerPelosi What gets cut? @SpeakerPelosi says there are "choices to be made" and suggests that child care/universal pre-K are related issues. So maybe both don't survive. Susan Page 1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 11:43am At her weekly newser, @SpeakerPelosi says hard calls ahead in the next few days to shape a "transformative" reconciliation package with the lower $2 trillion bottom line. Susan Page 1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 10:08am Congrats to my @USATODAY Network colleague @lainey_seyler of the Milwaukee @JournalSentinel for joining this remarkable group of women media leaders >>> https://t.co/rxRvc3L1om Susan Page 1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 9:34am Nothing to worry about: Several asteroids bigger than the Great Pyramid of Giza will approach Earth in coming weeks https://t.co/03DdjCHgz1 via my @USATODAY colleague @jordan_mendoza5 Susan Page 1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 7:36pm RT @foxnewsradio: The stand-off on #CapitolHill finally ended with a deal on the short-term #debtceiling increase...at least for now. For this and more, listen to @BretBaier's #AllStarPanel with @wjmcgurn, @SusanPage, and @JacquiHeinrich available NOW on @spotifypodcasts.https://t.co/OOrwX80os3 Susan Page 1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 8:58pm Wow. What a picture >>> https://t.co/M40ucfWF23 Susan Page 1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 6:51am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–At least 140,000 youth lost caregivers to the virus: Children of color account for the majority of those orphaned.
–How US schools segregate the poor: "Gerrymandered"
district lines make the rich schools richer. https://t.co/JxXADnlnqx
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 9:43am First met Ted Venetoulis while working on my bio of his childhood pal and lifelong political ally @speakerpelosi. He became an invaluable source and an even better friend. RIP. https://t.co/0OYUNtLAnE Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 8:48am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–"Seven Days of 1961"
A high school walkout that changed history: The Mississippi protest helped rally youth across the South.
–Distrust of LAPD persists, a poll finds: Years after the Rodney King beating, many still point to racism. https://t.co/qyFROZHNML
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 9:42am @USATODAY@Suffolk_U Then a pre-teen, he recalls watching TV coverage of businesses burning in the riots that followed. "It was definitely something that was eye-opening to me to understand that, sometimes, police can be wrong." Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 9:40am 30 years later, an overwhelming 86% of Los Angeles residents say the videotaped beating of Rodney King by police officers had a major impact on the city -- but that some things haven't changed. The latest CityView poll by @USATODAY@Suffolk_U >>> https://t.co/75MWbZWO7z Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 6 - 9:34am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–"Seven Days of 1961"
A day that nearly ended the Freedom Ride: A group of Riders almost died when the Ku Klux Klan set their bus on fire.
–Poor health choices are killing rural Americans: COVID-19 exasperates the growing disparities in care. https://t.co/3dMKoEsEpb
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 4:16pm Heads-up: Tomorrow AM we're posting a new @USATODAY@Suffolk_U Poll of Los Angeles, the latest of our CityView surveys on policing, race and community. Thirty years after Rodney King's beating was caught on video, do Angelinos think things have changed? Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 5 - 7:12am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–"Seven Days of 1961"
Meet the Tougaloo Nine: These Mississippi students held a "read-in" at a whites-only library in 1961 and helped end segregation.
–Can the high court avoid the fray? The new term will test the bench's ability to rise above politics. https://t.co/Stmirn8Hty
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 3 - 10:06am RT @MeetThePress: WATCH: @SusanPage says the progressives "are willing to risk getting nothing as opposed to accepting half a loaf" when it comes to the spending bill. #MTP
Page: "The liberals, the progressives ... did not blink this time. ... That has changed the political landscape here." https://t.co/leGPzUSKIO
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 1 - 6:55am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Fatema's escape: This is the story of one woman – one of thousands – who knew her life depended on getting out of Afghanistan.
–Unity hard to find on economic agenda: President Biden struggles to sway Democrats on key legislation. https://t.co/dDlfBRUlWA
Link to Image Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 30 - 12:29pm @SpeakerPelosi@JakeSherman 2/2 Given that, what are the odds that @SpeakerPelosi will fail to get a significant reconciliation bill over the finish line? Pro tip: Betting against Pelosi has always been a bad idea. #MadamSpeaker Susan Page 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 30 - 12:26pm While there is a general assumption that this is @SpeakerPelosi's valedictory term, she's been loath to address that (and risk lame-duck-itis). But she comes close here, telling @jakesherman the ACA was "remarkable" but calling the reconciliation bill "transformative." 1/2 https://t.co/QphQ5gjc24 Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 30 - 8:13am "The Taliban had not yet knocked on my door, but we knew they would, the same way we knew that summer was cruel and the sky was brown and our freedoms were all a mirage." Read what happened next to my @USATODAY colleague Fatema Hosseini >>> https://t.co/TTGtFvGTbq Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 30 - 7:51am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Never Been Told: The Lost History of People of Color
Remember Adina De Zavala: The Mexican American
woman's iron will saved the Alamo.
–Immigration activists say Texas program violates Constitution: Governor uses Guard and troopers to bolster the border. https://t.co/fjzzU9RVd9
Link to Image Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 9:47pm No blinking yet: @AOC tells @maddow Democrats could always vote again later on the bipartisan infrastructure bill if it does down tomorrow--at the moment, a definite possibility. Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 9:15pm #OnTheJobhttps://t.co/j1n1nz1HMZ Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 5:46pm STARTING IN 15 MINUTES: Can @SpeakerPelosi defy the odds one more time and get @JoeBiden's agenda passed? Let's discuss. Please join @BFischerMartin and me >>> https://t.co/3zvazsAluV Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 3:00pm "The Texas secretary of state’s announcement of a four-county audit of the 2020 vote is the latest sign of the continuing effort by former President Donald Trump’s supporters to cast doubt on the last election with an eye toward influencing the next one." https://t.co/qTtR97rg6U Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 9:06am Can @SpeakerPelosi pull off the apparently impossible on Capitol Hill this week? I'll talk with @BFischerMartin tonight at 6 PM about how Nancy Pelosi has managed to do that in the past, and what's at stake this time. Please join us! #MadamSpeakerhttps://t.co/0f60CLN5Xj Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 29 - 6:33am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Teaching preschoolers about race and racism: Racial attitudes form during infancy, research shows. So, early education is key.
–History-making transplants are 'a bridge' between nations: Israeli and Arab families exchange the gift of life. https://t.co/eBQjnOWJX6
Link to Image Susan Page 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 11:51am RT @CarlPLeubsdorf: Republican Glenn Youngkin is attempting a delicate balancing act in trying to become the first Republican governor of Virginia in nearly a decade https://t.co/FuOguGQhy4 Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 11:20am @SpeakerPelosi@SenSchumer But @SpeakerPelosi declines to specify WHEN the bills will pass. And she doesn't detail that menu of options on revenue that she says Democrats have agreed on. Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 11:18am @SpeakerPelosi@SenSchumer Asked about the epic battle over passing the infrastructure bill and the reconciliation package, @speakerpelosi says, "We take it a day at a time." Then adds: "I'm confident we will pass both bills." Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 11:15am @SpeakerPelosi@SenSchumer On the reconciliation package, @speakerPelosi says "it's about values, not dollars." But for some of her fellow Democrats, it's all about the dollars. Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 10:58am @SpeakerPelosi@SenSchumer It's not everything, but it is something: @SenSchumer says Democrats have reached "an agreement on a framework" on revenue to pay for the reconciliation package. Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 10:56am @SpeakerPelosi@SenSchumer "Brooklyn is two-thirds of this podium," @SenSchumer begins. Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 10:55am At her weekly newser, @SpeakerPelosi brings along Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and @SenSchumer. There's an intended message there. Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 6:54am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
Civil rights heroes who changed history
In 1961, Americans banded together like never before.
–The University of Georgia's past: One woman's fight to integrate higher education in the South.
–About this series: They stood up against racism, risking it all. https://t.co/kw3jg35Qpg
Link to Image Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 22 - 6:44am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Spa chain dogged by assault complaints: Massage Envy protects its interests but struggles to protect its clients.
–$14,000 for a coronavirus test? Insurers claim 'price gouging.' Under the CARES Act, some labs are given free rein. https://t.co/UGVGKJiQEM
Link to Image Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 21 - 5:29pm RT @apalmerdc: 👇👇Rep. Beatty told us basically the same thing this AM. Speaker will get it done. Full confidence. https://t.co/8Rp8i64jCG Susan Page 4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 21 - 5:23pm Pelosi power? Striking how much of the confidence that Democrats will eventually get their act together is based simply on faith in @SpeakerPelosi to do what seems, at the moment, unlikely. But the numbers this time are even more daunting than during the Obamacare battle. https://t.co/pnB6legjkE Susan Page 1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 21 - 7:13am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–War goes on for disabled veterans: Monetary and health costs are steep – and keep growing – for those who served after 9/11.
–Threat to Roe is a threat to women's sports: Mississippi abortion law could take control from female athletes, @nrarmour writes. https://t.co/47IOoZYgKm
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Monday Sep 20 - 9:01am Starting NOW: Powerful women named Nancy -- Pelosi and Reagan -- at the (virtual) Texas Tribune Festival. @ktumulty and me in conversation with @EmilyRamshaw. Please join us >>> https://t.co/8LdOgS2ftG Susan Page 1 month ago:   Sunday Sep 19 - 4:30pm RT @mfhallmark: Madam Speaker by @SusanPage is masterful. They say never bet against Nancy Pelosi....holy cow, were they right. Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 1:42pm RT @saletan: Exemplary interrogation by @SusanPage in the Virginia debate. Questions crafted to eliminate wiggle room and force difficult answers.
One of her best tactics: "I'm not asking you" [this question you want to answer]. "I'm asking you" [this one you don't]. https://t.co/lrn0yb4dczhttps://t.co/zTUcMmlKdH
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 8:38am A workaround for the nation's stalled gun debate? The Biden administration signaled that states could – and should – use Medicaid dollars to support violence prevention programs. By my @USATODAY colleague @cmsub >>> https://t.co/r9jGlzCI9X Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 7:11am "The candidates frequently interrupted and argued with one another, each accusing the other of lying and defying debate rules they agreed to." A look at last night's lively #VAGov debate between @GlennYoungkin and @TerryMcAuliffe by my @USATODAY colleague @djusatoday >>> https://t.co/otT5lxvxkw Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 7:05am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–What did Trump do amid Capitol siege? The Jan. 6 committee requests records as it re-creates a timeline of events.
–Experts optimistic about COVID-19 recovery: Efforts to figure out causes and create treatments drive hope. https://t.co/7jkxnRcseC
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 11:25am "One of the most challenging aspects of the modern presidency is to keep the focus on your own agenda, lest what you want to do is overwhelmed by what you have to do." https://t.co/7cupsXdgG8 Susan Page 1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 8:18am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Black population sees steady growth in West: Reasons include jobs, career opportunities, family – "pretty much all the same reasons that anyone else would move here."
–Social Security could see 6% increase: The boost would be the biggest since since '82. https://t.co/6o1aJrav2h
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 15 - 6:57am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–Special clinics respond by tossing playbook: Facing patients with an array of symptoms, health systems turn to a multidisciplinary approach.
–2 borders cities have worst joblessness in US – again:
High unemployment rates have persisted since the '90s. https://t.co/ClnC7Dr1Jf
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 14 - 4:44pm First debate in the most important election this year >>> https://t.co/IpErQ0fMRF Susan Page 1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 14 - 8:16am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
–'We do not have answers': Most kids who suffer long-haul COVID symptoms get better. Doctors are worried about those who don't.
–Europe's changing COVID rules: Entry restrictions in EU nations are leaving some tourists confused. We've got the latest rules. https://t.co/lANNY1xEgp
Link to Image Susan Page 1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 11 - 11:27am Note that President George W. Bush has generally been restrained in speaking out since he left the White House >>> https://t.co/Aks8ddAVwO Susan Page 1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 11 - 8:08am 20 years, 20 front pages on 9/11, courtesy @USATODAY graphics director @JZarracina >>> https://t.co/3wQYh9tKgv Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 3:53pm My @USATODAY colleague @RickRouan, on the police beat >>> https://t.co/PU0Sx5v3Qe Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 3:44pm "9-11 stands as one of those significant crossroads in U.S. history, a fearsome prelude for a series of 21st Century blows to our wellbeing." https://t.co/KXIwYOLtKz Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 3:40pm #BucketList >>> https://t.co/GyFQf3mOL3 Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 1:04pm RT @SteveESpaulding: The alliteration goes well with another Pelosi maxim:
"Proper preparation prevents poor performance.”
(h/t @SusanPage's book) https://t.co/9Pt3r5WIA7 Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 10:33am We'll miss you, Kristine. But we understand that the draw of the Land of Hoosiers can be irresistible. https://t.co/bEjj4ReT8r Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 9:24am "America doesn't forget" https://t.co/Sd5GJAEimP Susan Page 1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 9:23am RT @LincolnRestler: Some fun anecdotes from @SusanPage’s book on @SpeakerPelosi:
- Peter Angelos, later Orioles owner, drove her to college.
- She & Steny Hoyer, her longtime frenemy in House leadership worked as junior staffers in same house office in 1960s.
- She had 5 children in 6 years! Susan Page 1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 12:36pm Fascinating 9/11 discussion, including the "Dead List" staffers in the Situation Room sent the CIA, just in case. And the three butlers working undisturbed in a walk-in refrigerator, slicing lemons/limes for the congressional picnic. When they emerged, everybody else was gone. https://t.co/GkRm6612fB Susan Page 1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 7:23am RT @USATODAY: On today's #frontpage:
9/11: 20 years later
–Resilience: New York City rebuilt after 9/11. With the same grit, it fights a new crisis.
–Shanksville, Pennsylvania, gave so much on 9/11. Twenty years later, it's a town divided over the Flight 93 memorial and the attacks themselves. https://t.co/l2qjjD33Mq