‘Not Pretty Enough’: Donald Trump done inapt comments to womanlike employees and speedy bar managers to glow womanlike staff members who were “not flattering enough,” according to employees who worked during his California golf club. (Matt Pearce, The Los Angeles Times)
Lobbyist, Schmobbyist: During his interregnum from a Senate, former Indiana Governor Evan Bayh spent 5 years wielding his domestic change on interest of a lobbying organisation McGuireWoods. Now, in his try to lapse to Congress, Bayh is defending himself opposite a tenure “lobbyist.” (Maggie Severns and Isaac Arnsdorf, Politico)
The Man Who Kicked a Hornet’s Nest: Just as he incited “voter opposite voter, congressman opposite congressman, Bob Dole opposite a Bushes,” Donald Trump has shaken adult a worried media, pitting some of a loudest regressive voices opposite any other. (Robert Draper, The New York Times Magazine)
A Tale of Secrecy: The Panama Papers suggested a series of purported activities by open figures, including taxation semblance and income laundering. But a leak’s loyal scandal might be a miss of supervision transparency. (Joseph E. Stiglitz and Mark Pieth, Vanity Fair)
Unpacking a Polls: This interactive apparatus breaks down a information behind some of a many new inhabitant polls, display a age, gender, race, and preparation turn of people surveyed—and explaining what to make of their responses. (Ken Goldstein, Bloomberg)
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?
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