What We're Following This Evening

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

Jeb spurns Trump: The former governor of Florida (and one of Trump's earliest targets for ridicule) says he’ll vote for neither Trump nor his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. David is tracking how major GOP figures are aligning with the presumptive nominee.

After leaks, (s)he speaks: The anonymous figure behind the Panama Papers disclosures broke his or her silence on Friday, urging the U.S. and other countries to pass laws targeting shell corporations and protecting whistleblowers. The other Matt has more.

Turkish journalists sentenced: An Istanbul court sentenced Erdem Gul to five years in prison and his colleague Can Dundar to five years and 10 months for revealing state secrets. The sentences were handed down only hours after a gunman tried to kill Dundar outside the courtroom. Krishnadev has more details here.

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