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Trump’s North Korea Threats, Battle of the Sexes, and How Muslim Americans Radicalize

Trump’s North Korea Threats, Battle of the Sexes, and How Muslim Americans Radicalize

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Sept. 21 2017 6:39 PM

The Angle: I, Radical Edition

Slate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s North Korea threats, Battle of the Sexes, and how young Muslim Americans radicalize.

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks to the press while Donald Trump at the Palace Hotel on Tuesday in New York City.

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Flying solo: Donald Trump has been talking about North Korea like he alone has the power to defend our allies or launch a pre-emptive strike. Such actions would constitute an impeachment-worthy violation of the War Powers Act, Bruce Ackerman writes. In fact, Trump should probably start talking to Congress about North Korea right now.

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My extremist twin: In the latest installment of his video series on being a Muslim in America, Aymann Ismail talks to a young man who radicalized and feels like he’s looking into a mirror.

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Give us our due: Meteorologist Mike Smith wants you to know: Weather forecasting in 2017 is actually really, really great.

Sounds familiar: Overprepared, sincere woman vs. blowhard jerkface? Battle of the Sexes is a serious election 2016 triggerfest, Rachel Withers warns.

Honest art: Benjamin Frisch was a caricaturist in an amusement park. He thinks it’s one of the most difficult customer service jobs out there.

For fun: Boy, Nic Cage has been busy.

Gotta pay The Man,

Rebecca