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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: A Matter of Corsi


Mars InSight group members Kris Bruvold, left, and Sandy Krasner glory inside a Mission Support Area during NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, after receiving acknowledgment that a Mars InSight lander successfully overwhelmed down on a aspect of Mars. (Bill Ingalls / NASA / AP)

What We’re Reading

All Eyes on Mississippi: The competition between Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat Mike Espy is neck-and-neck forward of Tuesday’s special Senate election. Republicans are worried: “We don’t wish to have an Alabama.” (James Arkin, Politico)

Not New to This: Nearly a dozen incoming members of Congress are gifted policymakers, and some-more than half of them are alumni of President Barack Obama’s administration. (Catie Edmondson and Sheryl Gay Stolberg, The New York Times)

‘Nothing Is Free’: Senator Bernie Sanders done tuition-free college a executive thesis of his 2016 presidential campaign, though in a midterms, frequency any possibilities campaigned on it. Why? (Michelle Hackman, The Wall Street Journal)

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