What I Learned About Life by Becoming a Landlord
A memoir of (a) renovating, (b) repairing, (c) cleaning up, (d) dickering over, (e) painting, (f) repainting, (g) and taking the best care possible of a rental property—and the people inside it.
The Coretta Scott King letter Elizabeth Warren was trying to read
In 1986, Coretta Scott King, the widow of Martin Luther King Jr., wrote a letter to Sen. Strom Thurmond criticizing Jeff Sessions, who was then a nominee to be a federal judge.
Trump May Tweak Regulations And Raise Senior Healthcare Costs, And Other Trump News From Monday
We're collecting all of Monday's Trump news in one place. Trump's travel ban moves through the courts, Gorsuch's supposed volunteer work comes under scrutiny, and Putin gives Iran support.
9th Circuit Court declines to quickly reinstate travel ban
The appeals court denied a request filed by the Trump administration to immediately restore the restriction on U.S. entry, instead asking both sides to file more arguments by Monday afternoon.