John Bolton is out as the president's national security adviser, California passed a bill requiring companies to treat independent contractors as employees, and the Supreme Court ruled to let a sharp restriction to the U.S. asylum system stand — for now. Around the world, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to annex parts of the West Bank if he's reelected, Canada also has elections coming up with an uncertain future for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and President Trump called off a peace deal with the Taliban. Want to support 1A ? .
Forget What You Think You Know About The Manson Murders
"After six hours with Manson's prosecutor, Vince Bugliosi, I realized he told me only what was in his book," journalist Tom O'Neill told us. "Until we went off the record and he told me something explosive ... and it sent me down the rabbit hole." Want to support 1A ? .
R&B Star Raphael Saadiq Explores Addiction And Loss In 'Jimmy Lee'
"I would dive into any Sam Cooke record and get lost inside the music," Saadiq told us. He saw a lot of tragedy early on after losing multiple siblings. Saadiq says music was a way of coping. Want to support 1A ? .
Margaret Atwood On The Enduring Resonance Of 'The Handmaid's Tale'
"These kind of regimes don't last," Atwood told us. "One of the things that interested me about Gilead is we know it falls apart ... but we're not told how. So I was interested in exploring how." Want to support 1A ? .
The Staggering Weight Of Student Loan Debt
"College prepares us to live in a complex society," professor Tressie McMillan Cottom told us. "There is a social and moral imperative to college education." Want to support 1A ? .