At this week's National Conservatism conference, Missouri senator Josh Hawley argued that the "great divide" in the U.S. was not between Red and Blue America, but rather, between a cosmopolitan elite and the "broad middle of our society."
Nate Cohn and David Wasserman separately make the case that Trump has a good chance of winning the 2020 electoral college vote while losing the popular vote if he can just hold win the redder states while holding onto Wisconsin.
Four Chicago police officers were fired for covering up the murder of Laquan McDonald by Jason Van Dyke. The Chicago Police Board ruled that they exaggerated the threat posed by the black 17 year old before Van Dyke shot him 16 times in October 2014.
The famed attorney Alan Dershowitz's onetime client Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on sex-trafficking charges. Now Dershowitz can't stop talking. Accused of a slew of terrible things, the defense has no intention of resting.