A meeting between managers from the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns yesterday involved some substantive discussion but also a lot of shouting about whether Trump's campaign relied on appeals to racism. "Are you gonna look me in the face and say I ran a campaign that was a platform for white supremacists?" Trump campaign manager KellyAnne Conway asked. Yes, said Jennifer Palmieri, Hillary for America communications director. But Conway had the final word: "Hashtag-he's-your-president, how about that? We won."
- The White House said Thursday that it fully supports requiring women to register for the draft.
- The Department of Justice has declared that the Americans With Disabilities Act requires all movie theaters to "provide closed movie captioning and audio description when showing a digital movie" in order "to provide effective communication to patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing, or blind or have low vision."
- "I pray you find compassion for his life, as troubled as it clearly was." That's the sentiment, expressed by an Ohio State University professor about the student who carried out a knife attack on campus earlier this week, that has Ohio State students calling for her job.
- Congress is on track to spend $1.5 million investigating Planned Parenthood.
- The U.S. put at least 67,000 people in solitary confinement last year.
- France may ban "misleading" abortion websites.
- Proof that red wine is better than white wine.
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