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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Stormy Chaser


Lorrainda Smith sits with her 2-day-old son, Luke, as she and her father Wilmer anticipate sleeping in their lorry in a parking lot after their home was shop-worn by Hurricane Michael and they were told a circuitously preserve in Panama City, Florida was closed. The family eventually perceived a military chaperon to a circuitously sanatorium for assistance, as a nightly curfew prohibits a open from being out past dark. (David Goldman / AP)

What We’re Reading

An Arizona Upset?: Democrat Kyrsten Sinema was all though a shoo-in for Arizona’s open Senate seat. But after a video shave of Sinema job a state “the meth lab of democracy” surfaced, Martha McSally, her Republican opponent, is surging. (David Byler, The Weekly Standard)

What To Do With Bill Clinton: Hillary Clinton’s avowal that her husband’s event with Monica Lewinsky was not an abuse of energy has brought a former boss behind into #MeToo’s spotlight. “He won’t comment for his possess actions, so we have to comment for him,” writes Monica Hesse. (The Washington Post)

There’s a Lot Going On in 2018: Ronald Brownstein lays out a 4 trends that Democrats should be vehement about this year—and 4 that should regard them. (CNN)

American Snipers: A BuzzFeed News news reveals that American soldiers were hired to murder anarchist politicians in a Middle East. (Aram Roston)

Waiting To Be Executed: A male on genocide quarrel for a 2002 murder has asked a Nevada state supervision to speed adult his possess execution, throwing a state into a authorised tailspin. (Maurice Chammah, The Marshall Project)

He’s Running: In an talk with Rolling Stone, former San Antonio mayor and Obama administration central Julian Castro said he’s deliberation a presidential bid: “I’m expected to do it,” Castro said. “I’ll make a final preference after November, though I’m prone to do it.” (Andy Kroll)


Follow a Money: These are a candidates who raked in a many money in a many rival House races in a country. (Sarah Almukhtar and Rachel Shorey, The New York Times)

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