It’s Tuesday, Mar 19, 2019. Let’s start here.
1. 3 dead
At slightest 3 people were killed and 5 some-more harmed Monday during a sharpened in Utrecht, about 30 miles southeast of Amsterdam.
ABC News Senior Foreign Correspondent Ian Pannell tells “Start Here” how a sharpened in a Netherlands immediately drew comparisons to the apprehension conflict in New Zealand.
2. ‘Troll culture’
Jair Bolsonaro, a boss of Brazil, is scheduled to accommodate currently with Donald Trump, a boss of a United States of America.
Bolsonaro was widely criticized progressing this month for pity on Twitter a video of a male urinating on another man during a Carnival party. One of Trump’s many new Twitter controversies involves criticizing a fight favourite who died final year from mind cancer. Bolsonaro attacked a publisher on Twitter. Trump attacks all reporters on Twitter.
Senior National Correspondent Terry Moran tells us on today’s podcast that a dual leaders indeed have a lot in common, including “flirting with that goblin culture, that far-right culture, which they both are demure to reject and reject.”
3. ‘Who benefits?’
The Trump administration announced on Monday it wants to tip sovereign loans to connoisseur students and students’ relatives to expostulate down a cost of aloft education.
“We need to update a higher-education complement to make it some-more affordable, stretchable and outcomes-oriented, so all Americans, immature and old, can learn a skills they need to secure and keep good-paying jobs,” Ivanka Trump, who denounced a plan, pronounced on a call with reporters, according to a Associated Press.
No specific devise or borrowing boundary were announced.
Kathleen Day, a highbrow during Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, joins today’s podcast and says that, when it comes to capping taxpayer-backed tyro lending, “The problem with that is, Who advantages from that?”
4. Virginia is for lovers of gerrymandering
The Supreme Court is considering how to order in a box of Virginia legislative districts that some disagree were drawn to container minorities together to extent their voting power.
This effectively pits a Voting Rights Act of 1965, that requires certain states to cruise competition in combining districts, opposite a 14th Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause, that boundary that.
ABC News Senior Washington Reporter Devin Dwyer breaks it all down for us.
‘You messed with a Islamic State, SO EXPECT US SOON’: A 20-year-old Georgia lady is indicted of posting an ISIS “kill list” online.
‘The boss tweeted about a series of things’: The boss tweets about a series of things.
‘If Hillary or Kamala or anyone had been on a cover of Vanity Fair saying, “I was innate to do this,” a media would be going violent right now’: Beto O’Rourke is discussed on “The View.”
From a friends during FiveThirtyEight:
Byron Buxton is teasing Twins fans again: A rebound behind for a core fielder could meant all to Minnesota’s season.
Doff your cap:
On this week’s part of “The Investigation,” ABC News’ everything-you-need-to-know-about-the-Mueller-investigation podcast, guest Vicky Ward says “Javanka” have seemed “remarkably unstoppable,” going behind to President Donald Trump’s campaign.
“As to possibly or not these dual will be hold accountable, we consider this [could go possibly of] dual ways,” pronounced Ward, a author of “Kushner, Inc.: Greed. Ambition. Corruption. The Extraordinary Story of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.” “Either they will [face inspection from] a multiple of Congress and prosecutors. Or their path, their trajectory, will continue as it has, that clearly is remarkably unstoppable.”
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