Wiretap: Dozens dead after explosions in Brussels
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Another deadly attack, this time in Brussels. There were two explosions at the airport and one at a metro station. At least 26 are dead and the city is in lockdown. The attack comes four days after the capture of Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam, who was apprehended in Brussels. Via The New York Times.
What we know and don’t know. Via The New York Times.
A New Yorker story from 2015 on why Belgian teenagers were joining ISIS.
This is The Washington Post editorial board interview with Donald Trump that you’ve heard so much about. Read it. You won’t regret it. Or maybe you will.
The biggest news from the interview: Trump is skeptical of future funding of NATO and questions the need for the number of American troops in Asia. Via The Washington Post.
The National Review said Trump had a pretty good night at AIPAC. At least there was no large-scale walkout.
Now Elizabeth Warren has gone to social media to take on Donald Trump. She called him a loser. He called her an Indian. It’s on. Via The Boston Globe.
Meanwhile economist Alan Blinder writes in The Wall Street Journal that a Trump presidency would mean exploding deficits, high tariffs and the deportation of millions of workers, resulting in a likely global depression.
Bernie Sanders is on his likely way to win more than a few states over the next few weeks. The question is whether he can win enough delegates to make a dent in Hillary Clinton’s considerable pledged-delegate lead. Via Vox.
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