My Laws, Your Laws: President Trump's Forgiveness of the Troll-Conservative Dinesh D & # 39; Souza was a message to his friends, writing Mark Joseph Stern and Dahlia Lithwick. "While Trump's pardoning of D & #; Souza grows in part from the broader Republican campaign for the fundamental legitimacy of the campaign finance bill," Lithwick and Stern argue, "it's now an auspicious moment for the president to jump on the bandwagon."
It's complicated : New tests have made it easier to diagnose Down syndrome and shook the debate over abortion, writes Ruth Graham. Parents of children with trisomy 21, interviewed by Graham, say that they want pregnant couples to get more information about what life is like for a child with Down syndrome.
That's over: The finale of the series "The Americans " made Willa Paskin wonder if she's looking for antiheroes all the time. Lili Loofbourow applauded the anticlinical nature of the episode that did the series right. Sam Adams loved the musical decisions of the finale. And Matthew Dessem found some things for [redacted] in Moscow after her return.
For fun : The NBA season was 72 kinds of weird.
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