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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: One Strzok and He’s Out


President Trump salutes a U.S. Army infantryman as he observes a troops proof with U.S. Army Major General Walter “Walt” Platt, a Commanding General of a Army’s 10th Mountain Division during Fort Drum, New York. (Carlos Barria / Reuters)

What We’re Reading

Send Me Your Location: A new AP review reveals that many Google services lane a plcae of iPhone and Android users, even if their remoteness settings demarcate Google from doing so. (Ryan Nakashima)

Protests for Puerto Rico: Critics of a Trump administration’s response to Hurricane Maria are rising a seven-figure debate to muster replaced Puerto Rican voters, and formulation demonstrations to symbol a anniversary of a hurricane. (Ed O’Keefe, CBS News)

He’s A Late Adolescent: Science doesn’t pull a same “bright line” as a Supreme Court when last a age during that defendants stop being children and start being attempted as “adults.” (Beth Schwartzapfel, The Marshall Project)

Taken for Granted: Despite a party’s resources, Democrats are not placing adequate courtesy on Hispanic outreach—and that’s a mistake. (Adrian Carrasquillo, The New Republic)


Countdown to November: This interactive map marks the House races to watch in a 2018 midterms. (The New York Times)

Mapping an Epidemic: Republicans control a regions of a nation with the many opioid prescriptions per person. (Sam Baker, Axios)

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