Headlines edition

Wedesday headlines: Legal jeapardy.

In a dizzying day of news, Manafort is found guilty, Michael Cohen implicates the President, and the White House says there’s nothing to see here.

The President, Donald Trump: “If anyone is looking for a good lawyer, I would strongly suggest that you don’t retain the services of Michael Cohen!”

The porn actress, Stormy Daniels: “How ya like me now?!”

Maggie Haberman of the New York Times tweets: "Trump allies and advisers privately say the office of the presidency is protecting him from what he might otherwise face."

Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley: “It’s really the giant beginning of the unraveling of the Trump presidency.”

US stocks may be poised to enter the longest-ever bull market, but that depends on how you define bull market.

A new book says the 2008 financial crisis never ended—it became the end of the post-cold war order.

Beneath the bullying, the White House’s message on NATO has been similar to that of every US administration since World War II.

The EPA  admits its new emissions policy could lead to as many as 1,400 premature deaths per year by 2030.

Among the world's top 10 busiest air routes for 2017, none include New York or London.

Aerial photography helps to appreciate the scale of the Hajj—approximately two million Muslims journeying to Mecca.

The Pacific Northwest has a smoke problem this summer.

Video: Artist Theo Jansen deploys his “strandbeest” on a beach.

Michael Heizer’s lifelong “City” project is possibly the largest piece of contemporary art ever attempted.

The traditional "rat maze" has been replaced—and significantly improved, scientifically—by a milky bath.

“Fur-ternity leave” is a new HR term for the ability to stay home for a week to welcome a new pet.

Different professional tennis players talk about what it’s like to play against Roger Federer.

The University of Akron cuts 80 degrees, like graduate physics, to make way for world-largest e-sports facilities.

If you're an adult who has trouble making friends, your problem may start with your own flakiness.

Am I even Korean anymore if there’s no one left in my life to call and ask which brand of seaweed we used to buy? Michelle Zauner’s “Crying in H-Mart” is a touching memorial to her mother.

Nell Boeschenstein reflects on breast reconstruction after a total mastectomy.

Francis Ford Coppola confirms that Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves might be legally married by accident, thanks to his need for a proper wedding scene.