Kyler Alvord

Kyler Alvord leads PEOPLE's digital politics coverage as a news editor for the brand. He joined the publication in 2021 as the associate crime editor.

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Latest from Kyler Alvord
WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN -- Episode 19106 -- Pictured: Craig Conover
Craig Conover Says He's Down 20 Lbs. Since Returning to the Gym: 'I Was Eating Everything'
Attorney General Merrick Garland delivers a statement; Former President Donald Trump attends the UFC 264 event
AG Breaks Silence on FBI's Mar-a-Lago Search, Says DOJ Has Filed a Motion to Unseal Search Warrant
Alyssa Farah Griffin
Alyssa Farah Griffin Says Republican Party 'Needs to Change,' Vows to Fight for Marriage Equality from Within
Donald Trump; Joe Biden
White House Says They Learned of FBI's Mar-a-Lago Search Through News Reports
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President Biden Tests Negative for COVID-19 One Week After Rebound Diagnosis
former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at Alexis Dupont High School in Wilmington, Del
Joe Biden Experiences First COVID Symptoms Since Rebound, but Doctor Assures Vitals Remain 'Entirely Normal'
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Kim Kardashian Stood Her Ground Against Trump's Lawyer in Clemency Case, Writes Jared Kushner
Supporters of same sex marriage rally in front of the Supreme Court awaiting a ruling to legalize gay marriage nationwide, on June, 25, 2015 in Washington, DC.
The Respect for Marriage Act Can't Fully Replace 'Obergefell,' but It Can Help Prevent It from Being Overturned
Michelle Obama
The Obamas Will Finally Unveil Their Official White House Portraits This Fall
former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at Alexis Dupont High School in Wilmington, Del
President Biden Is COVID-Free — What's Next for His Recovery as He Exits 'Strict Isolation'
Rumored 2024 presidential candidates
Who Will Run for President in 2024? Rumored Republican and Democratic Candidates
Ivana Trump's Casket, Trump National Golf Club NJ
Ivana Trump Laid to Rest in Gold Casket at Trump Family's New Jersey Golf Club
Ikeita Cantu, left, and her wife Carmen Guzman, of McLean, Va., hold up signs as they celebrate outside of the Supreme Court in Washington, Friday June 26, 2015, after the court declared that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the US. The couple was married in Canada in 2009 when gay marriage was illegal in Virginia
What to Know About the 'Respect for Marriage Act' as D.C. Lawmakers Rush to Codify Same-Sex Marriage
Socialite Ivana Trump, circa 1992. (Photo by Kypros/Getty Images)
In Lieu of Flowers, Ivana Trump's Funeral Guests Will Donate to This Charity
NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 13: Ivana Trump does a television interview at the book launch party and reception for Ivana Trump and Gianluca Mech's "The Italiano Diet" at The Oak Room at the Plaza on June 13, 2018 in New York, New York. (Photo by Rebecca Smeyne/Getty Images)
N.Y.C. Restaurateur Recalls Ivana Trump's Recent Visit to His Dining Room: 'She Could Barely Walk'
Dennis Basso - Front Row - September 2017 - New York Fashion Week: The Shows
Ivana Trump, Businesswoman and Ex-Wife of Donald Trump, Dead at 73
Girl on phone
Just Dial 9-8-8: A Herculean Effort to Simplify the Suicide Lifeline Number Is Finally Paying Off
Freida Pinto, Huma Abedin
Freida Pinto to Star as Huma Abedin in TV Adaptation of Her Memoir 'Both/And'
Fox News correspondent Ben Hall, who was injured in Ukraine four months ago and is now recovering
Fox News Journalist Ben Hall Is Recovering 'Remarkably' After Ukraine Attack as He Prepares for 40th Birthday
Apple TV+ docuseries called "Gutsy" starring Hillary and Chelsea Clinton
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Announce New Docuseries 'Gutsy' , Featuring Conversations with Trailblazing Women
Jason Van Tatenhove, an ally of Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes, testifies as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol holds a hearing at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 12, 2022. Members of the Oath Keepers on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. An upcoming hearing of the U.S. House Committee probing the Jan. 6 insurrection is expected to examine ties between people in former President Donald Trump's orbit and extremist groups who played a role in the Capitol riot.
Who Are the Oath Keepers? Former Employee Testifies About 'Violent Militia' at Capitol Riots
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Regretful Capitol Rioter Says Trump's Election Lies Had Him Hooked, Warns Believers to 'Take Blinders Off'
Pro-Trump supporters and far-right forces flooded Washington DC to protest Trump's election loss. Hundreds breached the U.S. Capitol Building, aproximately 13 were arrested and one protester was killed.
WATCH: Jan. 6 House Committee Explores How Trump Summoned Far-Right Extremist Groups to U.S. Capitol
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Sri Lankan President to Resign After Outraged Protesters Occupy His Home, Even Swim in His Pool