That headlines edition y'all!

Friday headlines: Be less of an asshole.

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort gets 47 months in jail for tax and bank fraud. More sentencing awaits.

Even without knowing what’s in the Mueller report, “we already have witnessed the biggest political scandal in American history.”

Someone in the White House leaks documents related to Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's security clearances that the administration had refused to provide.

At one point during the meeting, Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.), a close Pelosi ally, pleaded with Democrats: “Everyone stop tweeting!” The Democrats scramble not to splinter as internal squabbles spill out into public view.

Trump revokes a requirement that US officials publicly report the number of civilians killed by drone strikes outside war zones.

Across the African continent, thousands of people are considered stateless. An African Union passport could solve the problem.

The Times and the Journal run some troubling conjunctions when it comes to counterterrorism in West Africa.

A brief history on whether nuclear weapons really change anything about international politics.

In big cities, individual car ownership will become an app on your phone. How will that translate to the countryside?

This is what Amtrak's route map looks like folded into origami.

Practical solutions to be learned from Alabama's deadly tornadoes—e.g., all schools must have protective space for children.

What different degrees of “supervised learning” mean to Alexa and other smart speakers.

A stunning light installation in Scotland shows how much sea levels will rise from climate change.

“Frankly, it’s exhausting.” Residents of Rue Crémieux in Paris try to stop the Instagram onslaught of their street.

When a derelict mosque in Niger becomes a library.

Jessica Francis Kane finds her way home to a house she barely knew in the Caribbean.

Yet another essay, though a good one, on the value of hobbies that aren’t “hustles.”

Sometimes it’s good to be your authentic self, and sometimes it’s good to be less of an asshole.

What is the kindest thing a stranger has done or said to you?