Today in 5 Lines
Congress is back in session. Donald Trump’s campaign announced endorsements from 88 former military leaders. 21st Century Fox reportedly agreed to pay $20 million to settle former anchor Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit against Fox News. President Obama promised to work with South Korean President Park Geun-hye to strengthen sanctions against North Korea, after the country launched three ballistic missiles. The for-profit college system ITT Technical Institutes is closing all of its campuses due to financial concerns.
Today on The Atlantic
Clinton’s Thoughts on Education: One of Hillary Clinton’s primary campaign issues is early-childhood education. In this Q&A with Clinton, The Hechinger Report’s Lillian Mongeau asks 10 questions about the presidential candidate’s plans to invest in the country’s children.
Trump Brings in a New Boss: Donald Trump’s newly appointed deputy campaign manager, David Bossie, may just be the perfect fit for his team. After all, Bossie, a veteran activist, built a career railing against Bill and Hillary Clinton. (Michelle Cottle)
Phyllis Schlafly’s America: The conservative activist, who died this week at 92, was a powerful voice in American politics. And the success of Donald Trump is proof that the movement she created is still alive and well in the United States today. (Emma Green)