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Special Counsel Robert Mueller's shop doesn't leak, but last week's 37-page indictment of Russians provided a mess of clues about what he's up to. Here are five things we've learned:
Scoop ... ABC News plans an hour special in prime time in mid-April to showcase George Stephanopoulos' interview with James Comey, the first before the April 17 publication of the former FBI director's book, "A Higher Loyalty."
N.Y. Times Quote of the Day, from "Educators Face Daunting Role: Student Shield," on the front page:
Happening today ... "A hundred Stoneman Douglas High School students are busing 400 miles to Florida's capital [Tallahassee] to urge lawmakers to act to prevent a repeat of the massacre that killed" 14 students and three faculty. (AP)
It's #1 on the N.Y. Times' "Most Emailed," "Most Viewed" and "Most Shared on Facebook." And Tom Friedman tells CNN's Brian Stelter it's "the most widely circulated column I've ever written."
The headline is, "Whatever Trump Is Hiding Is Hurting All of Us Now":
Perspective: A dog walks past the skyline of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty at sunset in New York City on Sunday, as seen from Bayonne, N.J.
It's not just the movie ... The "Black Panther" soundtrack (Black Panther: The Album) debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart:
Coming today from AP: Educators and others are pooling their resources to enable children of color to see the film featuring a black superhero in a fictional, un-colonized African nation.
Shot ... President Trump tweets at 9:21 p.m.: "@MittRomney has announced he is running for the Senate from the wonderful State of Utah. He will make a great Senator and worthy successor to @OrrinHatch, and has my full support and endorsement!"
Chaser ... Mitt Romney tweeted on March 3, 2016: "If Trump had said 4 years ago the things he says today about the KKK, Muslims, Mexicans, disabled, I would NOT have accepted his endorsement."
"The Pennsylvania Supreme Court [yesterday] imposed a new congressional district map that upends previous boundaries ... and gives a potential boost to Democrats in the 2018 House elections," per the Philly Inquirer:
P.S. A new '18 battle ... "With Republicans holding two-thirds of secretary of state offices, Democrats are focusing renewed attention and money on a statewide post once considered a sleepy political stepping stone, acknowledging they're playing catch-up with the GOP." (AP)
Illustration: Rebecca Zisser / Axios
Axios' Amy Harder writes in her weekly "Harder Line" energy column that although the Trump administration has gone to extreme lengths to wipe climate change from the federal lexicon, surprising progress is being made:
Former Associated Press photographer Max Desfor, whose photo of hundreds of Korean War refugees crawling across a damaged bridge in 1950 helped win him a Pulitzer Prize, died yesterday at 104, AP's Douglass K. Daniel reports:
"Fox News Plans a Streaming Service for 'Superfans,'" per N.Y. Times' Michael Grynbaum:
"At these Olympics, data on speed, acceleration, stopping, distance traveled, shift lengths and ice time is available to [hockey] teams in ... the next step for puck and player tracking, ... including [in] the NHL," AP's Stephen Whyno writes:
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