Ilya Shapiro ’99, constitutional-studies director at the Cato Institute, joined Fox judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano ’72 to discuss whether Congress could and should impeach President Donald Trump for obstruction of justice. — Fox Business
Citing the writings of Alexander Hamilton, constitutional scholar Danielle Allen ’93 argues that Congress has a responsibility to “come to a judgment about the legality and faithfulness of President Trump’s behavior.” — The Washington Post
The Navajo Nation Council confirmed Doreen McPaul ’95 as the nation’s new attorney general. McPaul has worked in tribal governments for more than a decade. — Farmington (N.M.) Daily Times
Investing executive Mellody Hobson ’91 and her husband, filmmaker George Lucas, are seeking to take control of Ebony and Jet magazines’ archives, a collection of thousands of pictures and recordings chronicling about 70 years of African American life and culture. — The Wall Street Journal

“The quantum world, to me, is in many ways richer, more fun to play with, just because it has this element of fantastic-ness that takes you away from everyday life and really requires you to use your imagination.”

— Nobel Prize-winning physicist Frank Wilczek *75, discussing his interest in physics and his views on how science and society interact. Read more in The State Press, the student newspaper of Arizona State University.

Homeland co-creators Howard Gordon ’84 and Alex Gansa ’84 have left 20th Century Fox TV and joined Sony Pictures TV, where they will develop new shows under a production company they are founding. — Deadline

New York Times fashion critic Vanessa Friedman ’89 speaks about her almost-accidental journey into the world of fashion journalism in a recent interview. — Fashionista
After 561 games in the minor leagues, Mike Ford ’15 was called up by the New York Yankees and made his major-league debut April 18, going 0-3 with a walk. He hit his first big-league home run a few days later. — Newsday
Chernobyl, a new HBO miniseries created by screenwriter Craig Mazin ’92, debuted with a screening at the Tribeca Film Festival last week. — New York Daily News
Musician and Loyola University New Orleans professor Lo Faber *12 discussed his doctoral dissertation on the history of New Orleans in a recent interview. — Relix   
Lia Romeo ’03’s new play, The Forest, will be read as part of a new Florida Studio Theatre reading series that seeks to spotlight women playwrights. — Sarasota Herald-Tribune