It’s been somewhat a stormy and busy week here in Washington, both because of the weather and politics. Local can feel the summer heat, and we know the government is definitely feeling the media/public heat.
Anyways, here’s this week’s articles.
- Insight: In Washington, lawmakers’ routines shaped by fundraising (Reuters)
- Erdogan in Trouble (Foreign Affairs)
- Do Two Dreams Equal a Nightmare? see also Inside the NSA’s Ultra-Secret China Hacking Group (Marco Rubio – FP)
- America’s Worst Charities (Tampa Bay Times) (Serious Pulitzer potential right here)
- Revolving Door: Former Members (OpenSecrets)
- China: Innovator or Copycat? (Financial Times)
- The Secret War (Wired)
- The Court Ruling that Could End Unpaid Internships for Good (The Atlantic)
- Nigerian cook survives 2 days under the sea in shipwreck air bubble (Reuters)
- PRISM and Boundless Informant: Is NSA Surveillance a Threat? (Brookings Institute)