What We’re Reading
Liar, Liar: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had a lot to contend during Monday’s 90-minute debate, though not all of it was accurate. NPR fact-checked their statements here.
What Trump Missed: Immigration, Obamacare, a Clinton Foundation, and Benghazi—some of Trump’s strongest articulate points—were absent from Monday night’s debate. That’s on Trump, Byron York argues, for not “taking matters into his possess hands.” (Washington Examiner)
Measuring Climate Change: A newly expelled investigate suggests Earth could be “doomed to a inauspicious heat arise of adult to 7 degrees Celsius (about 13 degrees Fahrenheit).” But not all scientists are on house with a findings. “This is simply wrong,” pronounced a arch of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies. (Craig Welch, National Geographic)
Debate Night in a District: The New York Times’ Emma Roller describes a scene during a discuss watch celebration during a bar in Washington, D.C. Here’s a hide peek: “In this crowd, even Mrs. Clinton’s lamest zingers went over like gangbusters.”
The ‘1,000-Year Flood’: Southern Louisiana is still recuperating from ancestral rainfall in Aug that ravaged a region. Julie Dermansky prisoner a issue in these photographs. (Reveal)
Caricatures of a Candidates: The New Yorker dug by a repository for a 50 “most engaging images” of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. View them here.
Question of a Week
This month, a really possess Megan Garber kicked off a reader contention on domestic films in a Notes section—a practical film club, if we will—as a approach to “embrace and to shun a day-to-day doings of this long-running debate season.”
What politics-related film do we cruise imperative observation for all Americans?
Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org, and a favorites will be featured in Friday’s Politics Policy Daily.