More tension in the Trump cabinet, CWI prepares for a record-setting commencement, Boise State's Greg Patton is hanging up his racket, a legal settlement over To Kill a Mockingbird and some Italians aren't thrilled with the idea of a Starbucks in Milan. The New York Times reports that Chief of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen drafted a letter of resignation but has not submitted it. She wrote the letter after President Trump berated her in a cabinet meeting this week for what he said was her failure to secure the nation's borders. The Times says Trump's anger toward Nielsen was part of a lengthy tirade at his cabinet for what he said was the failure to stop illegal immigrants from coming into the U.S. The College of...
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May 11, 2018: What to Know