Today in 5 Lines
FBI Director James Comey said the agency is not recommending criminal charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state, but added that the move was “careless.” President Obama hit the campaign trail with Clinton for the first time in Charlotte, North Carolina. House Democrats delivered floor speeches pushing for tighter gun-control measures during the chamber’s first day back in session since the sit-in. Members of the Gang of Eight are reportedly looking to bring the group back together in an attempt to pass immigration reform in 2017. And NASA’s spacecraft Juno successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit.
Today on The Atlantic
The Conservative, Christian Case for Working Women: An evangelical Christian and avowed feminist argues that God intends for every Christian woman to work outside the home. Here’s why. (Jonathan Merritt)
Sorry Not Sorry: Donald Trump still hasn’t apologized for tweeting—and then deleting—an anti-Semitic image attacking Hillary Clinton on Saturday. But maybe his unwillingness to admit error is part of the reason voters are attracted to him. (Yoni Appelbaum)
Trial and Error?: After 35 years, an experiment designed to spark integration in Indianapolis public schools by busing thousands of kids from poor neighborhoods into more affluent school districts has expired. Did it work? (Shaina Cavazos)