1. Trump's Indictment Could Lock Up Primary, But Lock Out Presidency NPR 23:15

A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows that after Donald Trump’s historic indictment, 83 percent of Republicans think he should stay in the race — suggesting he could cruise to a decisive primary win in the crowded Republican field. But it’s what comes next that should worry him: most folks outside of his base of Republican base are concerned about his behavior.

And the Supreme Court leaves the Indian Child Welfare Act intact.

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