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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: One Rally After Another


Snapshot

FBI agents cover a outpost in Plantation, Florida, that sovereign agents and military officers have been examining in tie with package bombs that were sent to high-profile critics of President Donald Trump. (WPLG-TV / AP)


What We’re Reading

They Knew: In a May assembly with comparison Trump administration officials, a former Department of Homeland Security confidant warned them that they were violating immigrants’ polite rights by separating children from their relatives during a U.S.-Mexico border. When they didn’t listen, Scott Shuchart writes, he quit. (The Washington Post)

Combating Voter-ID Laws: After a Supreme Court statute unfit thousands of Native Americans in North Dakota from voting in a arriving election, many genealogical governments have taken matters into their possess hands. (Elena Saavedra Buckley, High Country News)

Mississippi Espy: If elected, Mississippi Democratic Senate claimant Mike Espy would be a initial black senator from a state given a Reconstruction era. But a Democratic tag is a tough sell in Mississippi. (Nicholas Fandos, The New York Times)

A Cruel War in Yemen: Saudi Arabia’s fight in Yemen has carnivorous millions, and is pushing a nation to a verge of a inauspicious famine. (Declan Walsh, The New York Times)


Visualized

Understanding a Pay Gap: The median income for full-time operative women is about 80 percent of men’s. For context, that’s same to operative 10 weeks a year but pay. See how your contention compares. (Xaquín G.V., The Washington Post)

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