USA TODAY— Current trends indicate that it'll take at least 208 years for the U.S. to achieve true gender equality, according to the World Economic Forum.
VentureBeat—New York won’t appeal T-Mobile/Sprint merger, California still deciding. The leading attorney general behind state opposition to the T-Mobile/Sprint merger has opted to let the deal move forward. Will other states follow suit?
Forbes—Phil Mickelson Isn’t Eligible For U.S. Open And Says He Won’t Accept A Special Exemption If One Is Offered. Phil Mickelson has slid to 72nd in the world rankings, leaving him in danger of not being exempt for the U.S. Open at Winged Foot in June. He says he won't accept a special exemption if the USGA offers him one, as he'd rather attempt to qualify alongside other pros and top amateurs.
Washington Post—House managers: Trump won’t be vindicated. The Senate won’t be, either.. There can be no exoneration without a legitimate trial.