- Panama Papers Scandal Widens as Iceland’s Premier Resigns (NYT) — Wow, that didn’t take long. Apparently, Icelandic polls haven’t heard about stonewalling…
- Obama calls for international tax reform amid Panama Papers revelations (The Guardian) — The U.S. angle on this global story.
- Japan’s Abe Defends U.S. Alliance, Warns Against ‘Naked Nationalism’ (WSJ) — I’ll second that, Mr. Abe. We certainly don’t want to go through all that mess again. Apparently, ours is not the only election in which crazy things are being said.
- Trump, Clinton brace for unsettling results in Wisconsin contests (WashPost) — You’ll never hear me say this at another time, but here’s hoping Cruz wins tonight. Because that practically guarantees a contested convention, at which someone other than Cruz or Trump could emerge.
- Peeler stepping down as majority leader (The State) — I tried asking Harvey via Twitter why he quit, but he didn’t reply; he just liked the Tweet.
- Attorney general’s deputy secretly tried to discredit special prosecutor (The State) — This one’s a little old now, but still a talker. What was Adam Piper thinking?