<em>The Atlantic</em> Daily: Presidential Progress

What We’re Following The French Election:  Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and her independent centrist counterpart Emmanuel Macron advanced to the second round of the French presidential election yesterday. As neither Macron nor Le Pen is from a major party, the vote looks like a clear rejection of the political …

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Apollo's New Bae Shades Phaedra Parks in Open Letter

Apollo Nida’s been trying to win a legal battle with his estranged wife in court while at the same time keeping a healthy relationship with his current fiancée — all while being behind bars. Sherien Almufti isn’t letting those troubles dampen her bond with Nida though. On Sunday (April 24) …

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Insurers aren't falling for Trump's sabotage efforts, yet

The first deadline for insurers to commit to participating in the Obamacare markets was this week in Kentucky and Virginia, and they’re still in: Initial filings from Virginia and Kentucky show that insurers are still contemplating offering Obamacare coverage in 2018, even amid continuing uncertainty over Republicans’ plans for health reform. …

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‘A Suitable Girl’ Review: 'Documentarian Brilliance’

What comes to mind when you think of arranged marriages in India? Oppression? Abuse? Misogyny? Prepare to have  all of your theories blown apart in the Oscar-worthy documentary A Suitable Girl, which premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. Directed by Sarita Khurana and Smriti Mundhra (two Indian women — yes, a story about …

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