Today in 5 Lines
President Trump accused Representative Adam Schiff, the ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, of leaking confidential information. The committee is expected to vote Monday night to release the Democrats’ rebuttal to a controversial Republican memo alleging FBI surveillance abuses. Senators John McCain and Chris Coons formally introduced a new bipartisan immigration plan that would protect young undocumented immigrants. The Supreme Court declined a request from the Pennsylvania GOP to block a lower court ruling requiring the state to redraw its congressional lines. And the Dow dropped more than 1,000 points.
Today on The Atlantic
Boycott the GOP: In order for conservatives to save the Republican Party from itself, argue Jonathan Rauch and Benjamin Wittes, they need to vote for a straight Democratic ticket.
What to Call the Trump Era: James Fallows offers four terms that may capture this political moment.
The End of the Social Safety Net?: Republicans want to use the 1996 Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program as a model for reforming welfare, but the program hasn’t helped lift people out of poverty. (Vann R. Newkirk II)
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