Organized outrage / From the grave (probably) / Adventurer's treasures

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Organized outrage. Time’s cover story on the anti-Trump political movement: “Hundreds of thousands of volunteers, allied with thousands of autonomous groups, are doing the grunt work of propelling their neighbors to the polls, using tactics tailored to their communities.”
CNN: The president’s ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen, has undergone an “extraordinary transformation,” from “Trump’s protector” to “an aggrieved Democrat strategizing ways to help bring about the President’s … downfall.”
The Daily Beast: Trump “workshopped” his “horseface“ insult of Stormy Daniels before tweeting it.

‘The Sexual Harassment Defense Industrial Complex.’ The Washington Post documents the rise of lawyers, PR pros, character witnesses and pundits “who play a role in beating back sexual harassment claims … leveled against powerful men.”
Politico talks to the activist behind the discrimination lawsuit filed against J.B. Pritzker’s Illinois gubernatorial campaign.
The Tribune's Eric Zorn: Surprisingly little detail in that complaint.
ProPublica Illinois: Rauner’s not so open about how open his government’s been.
Columnist Rex Huppke: “This governor’s race is like a gassy dog eating a rotten egg off a dead fish.”
The Trib’s Dahleen Glanton: “If you don’t vote, you lose the right to complain.”

From the grave (probably). The Post has published what may be the last words of presumed murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The New York Times: “Audio offers gruesome details” of Khashoggi’s death.
More from the Post: What we know about the 15 Saudis said to have played a role in Khashoggi’s death.
One of those 15 is dead in a “suspicious traffic accident.”
A man linked to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and who entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul just before Khashoggi vanished there, is now himself missing.
The Secret Service is struggling to explain why one of its agents kept a CBS reporter from asking questions of the Trump administration’s Saudi arms-deal broker, presidential son-in-law Jared Kushner.
The Onion: Trump: ‘The Only Way To Find Out What Happened At The Saudi Consulate Is To Send In More Journalists One At A Time.’”

‘I’m not an anti-Semite. I’m anti-Termite.’ That hateful tweet from Chicago minister Louis Farrakhan isn’t enough to get him banned from Twitter … yet.
Twitter has posted files containing millions of tweets, images and videos that were shared by thousands of accounts linked to Russian and Iranian actors
… and that you can download here.
Expecting trouble leading up to next month’s midterm elections, Facebook has built a “war room.”

Emanuel’s return? Contrary to a pledge he made in 2012, Rahm Emanuel’s not ruling out running for some office again after he leaves the Chicago mayor’s job.
What’s in the farewell budget he offered the City Council yesterday.

An adventurer’s treasures. The art, books, maps and other artifacts collected by daredevil explorer Steve Fossett—who disappeared in 2007 and was declared legally dead in 2008—are up for auction in Chicago.
See the auction catalog online.
Are old Sears catalogs worth anything?

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