What We're Following This Morning

Editor’s Note: This article previously appeared in a different format as part of The Atlantic’s Notes section, retired in 2021.

Panama Papers, cont’d: Argentine President Mauricio Macri will go before a federal judge today to explain why his name features in the documents. As I noted, “Macri, his father and brother were directors of an offshore firm from 1998 to 2009. According to the papers, Macri did not disclose his ties to the firm in 2007 and 2008 when he was mayor of Buenos Aires—though he did list other offshore accounts during that time.” Update: More here

What is a family? Pope Francis is expected to announce the conclusion of two Synods today. USA Today points out the text “is expected to encourage a broader definition of family but contain no change in church doctrine, meaning the Vatican isn't likely to alter its stance on gay relationships.” Update: The Apostolic Exhortation on the family is now out, and you can read it here. Update: More here

Uber settles case: The ride-hailing company will pay at least $10 million to settle allegations that it misled customers about how it conducted background checks for its drivers. The settlement comes two years after prosecutors in San Francisco and Los Angeles sued the company over its background checks.

News from last night here