It’s August 4, 2018, and it was another busy week in Washington. Here are some recommended articles if you’ve been too busy to keep up this week.
Families sue Alex Jones for defamation over Sandy Hook conspiracy claims
Butina case offers Russia investigators new money paths to follow
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Defends Verbal Attacks on CNN’s Jim Acosta
Trump Says You Need an ID to Buy Groceries. Shoppers Say, ‘Huh?’
State lawmakers surviving allegations in the age of #MeToo
Senate Intelligence Authorized to Give Maria Butina Transcripts to Legal Teams
Trump Pushes for Interview With Mueller Against Lawyers’ Advice
Abortion-rights activists brace for new wave of restrictions
AP FACT CHECK: Trump’s grocery store ID statement unfounded
Mueller offers Trump team new proposal for interview
Juice the base or play it safe? Trump weighs fight over border wall
Meet the Crypto-Anarchist Behind 3d-Printed Guns
CNN’s Chris Cuomo hammers conservative’s alternative facts on Trump’s wall: ‘You guys make up this BS — this isn’t Game of Thrones’
What it’s like to question Trump under oath, according to a lawyer who deposed him in the 1990s
The Lasting Trauma of Alex Jones’s Lies
Judge Orders Trump Administration To Fully Restore DACA
The NRA Says It’s in Deep Financial Trouble, May Be ‘Unable to Exist’
An important clue from Mueller in the Russia collusion probe?
Trump receives new letter from Kim Jong Un, sends his reply
RNC warns donors to steer clear of Kochs
Judge rules that Judaism is not a race but Jewish people can be targeted for racism. Here’s why that matters.
Dan Coats’s subtle-yet-stunning admission about Trump’s meeting with Putin