Explaining the biggest data leak in history
by Luis Gómez
If there were ever a moment where journalists should congratulate themselves, the Panama Papers prove no better moment. The documents leaked from Mossack Fonseca, a Panamenian law firm, comprise the world's largest document leak ever. The documents themselves link shell company purchases to celebrities, corporate leaders, and even heads of state around the world. This story is big. Too big for any one writer, or news agency. So, let's break it down. Who is Mossack Fonseca? What were they doing? How did these leaks happen?
At this point, I think they're just lashing out for attention
by John Looby
What the fuck? I'm sorry, but what the actual fuck? Seriously ISIS? 7000 gazelles? Who in the hell needs 7000 gazelles?
Editor's Note: Seriously I don't understand how they work
by Adam Hamilton
Kasich won New York! Or at least New York County. Manhattan proved an outlier as Queens native Donald Trump romped up a dominating 60 percent of the vote and won 90 of the 96 delegates across New York on the 19th. This is great news for Trump, who had begun to see a slowdown in his campaign. After a Trump shut out in Utah and a searing loss in Wisconsin, Ted Cruz seemed poised to put up a convention challenge, one which former presidential candidate Mitt Romney had previously pressed for. Trump, the only candidate in the race who has not been mathematically eliminated from winning on the first ballot, still needs to win hundreds of delegates to reach the 1237 votes he would need to win on the first round.