What We’re Reading
Who Is Paul Erikson?: The Republican domestic consultant has found himself underneath inspection for his reported attribute with Maria Butina, a 29-year-old guns-rights romantic and purported Russian spy. It’s not his initial ambience of controversy. (Adam Rawnsley, The Daily Beast)
Disease in a Rural South: Poor sewage and H2O infrastructure in many communities has led to a swell in pleasant diseases some-more ordinarily found in building countries. (Lyndsey Gilpin, Scalawag)
Why So Skeptical?: A new investigate shows that Americans’ trust in scholarship doesn’t indispensably relate with their domestic ideology—but it’s mostly connected to their religiosity. (Bastiaan T. Rutjens, Aeon)
On His Donors’ Dimes: Representative Devin Nunes of California reportedly used domestic donations to compensate for scarcely $15,000 in tickets to Boston Celtics basketball games and trips to Las Vegas. (Kate Irby, McClatchy)
‘Two Good Guys With Guns’: On May 24, dual residents confronted and killed a gunman in Oklahoma City. Here’s how it happened. (Frances Stead Sellers and Mark Berman, The Washington Post)
It’s Not Just in Your Head: According to a new research by a Pew Research Center, people unequivocally have become angrier on amicable media. (German Lopez, Vox)
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