Morgan Kubasko
Morgan Kubasko(she/her)
News Digital Reporter, Washington, D.C.

Morgan Kubasko expects to graduate in May 2025 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication and a double minor in business and psychology. Kubasko has worked at GradGuard – College Life Protected, Rising Youth Theatre, KJZZ in Phoenix and The State Press.

Latest from Morgan Kubasko

20-run win for Republicans in Congressional Baseball Game with Arizona lawmakers in supporting roles

WASHINGTON – Republicans defeated Democrats, 31-11, in the Congressional Baseball Game, an annual charity event, extending their winning streak with a blowout at Nationals Park.

Reps. Juan Ciscomani, left, and Greg Stanton discuss the purpose of the Congressional Baseball Game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., on June 12, 2024. (Photo by Morgan Kubasko/Cronkite News)

Widely used abortion drug remains legal on 9-0 vote, as Supreme Court says anti-abortion doctors lack standing to challenge mifepristone

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously upheld access to a widely used abortion drug, tossing out a challenge to the way FDA approved mifepristone. A federal judge in Texas had blocked use of mifepristone, questioning the FDA approval process, but the Supreme Court said the anti-abortion doctors who brought the case lack legal standing to sue.

The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously upheld access to a widely used abortion drug, tossing out a challenge to the way FDA approved mifepristone. (File photo by Haley Smilow/Cronkite News)

Arizona troopers warn Congress that lifting weight limit on trucks will make highways more dangerous

WASHINGTON – Law enforcement officials from the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks lobbied members of Congress not to allow heavier trucks on roads. The shipping industry wants to put more freight in each load, but opponents say that would endanger other drivers.

Trucks drive on SR-189 in southwest Arizona on March 10, 2022. (Photo courtesy of Arizona Department of Transportation)