On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down a voting rights decision that was surprising for its unanimity from a Court that has been bitterly divided on voting rights recently. At issue in Evenwel v. Abbott was whether states were constitutionally required to ignore those not eligible to vote when apportioning state legislative districts.
A. Those who do better on the LSAT are more likely to pass the bar exam. Kinda makes you want to take Blueprint, doesn’t it? US News & World Report
B. Wondering what this Panama Papers business is all about? Yeah, we thought it was about gettin’ irie too when we first heard about it. Turns out it’s totally different than that. BBC
C. A mad-as-hell-and-not-gonna-take-it-anymore construction worker flew a Mexican flag over Trump Tower in Canada. Viva la… Canada? Time
D. In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the one-person-one-vote principle. Huffington Post
E. Blackout tattoos — exactly what it sounds like — are now all the rage in Singapore. Whaddaya think? Would you get one? Date someone who had one? Bored Panda