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5:05 PM ET, July 1, 2015


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Adam B. Lerner / Politico:
The 12 Hillary Clinton emails you must read  —  From Hillary's frustration with the White House to that epic battle with the fax machine.  —  On Tuesday evening the State Department released approximately 3,000 pages of emails sent by and to Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, primarily in 2009.
Discussion: Daily Kos and Taylor Marsh
Daily Mail:
Email bombshells from Hillary's secret account show she didn't know when cabinet meetings were held, was dumbfounded by a fax machine and emailed aides to fetch her iced tea  — State Department published a massive tranche of Hillary Clinton's emails Tuesday night from her days as secretary of state
Daniel Schulman / Mother Jones:
An Inside Look at How Hillary Clinton Plays the Media  —  “ malleable.”  —  On Tuesday night, the State Department released some 3,000 pages of emails between Hillary Clinton and her aides during her tenure as secretary of state.  The correspondence offers a fascinating behind …
Eric Bradner / CNN:
Clinton emails: Obama aides knew of private address
MJ Lee / CNN:
First on CNN: Macy's dumps Donald Trump  —  What's Next for Donald Trump?  —  (CNN)Macy's is pulling Donald Trump brand merchandise from its stores after the Republican presidential candidate's recent controversial remarks created a public uproar.  —  The department store …
Poll: Bush, Trump rising nationally for GOP, but both trail Clinton  —  Story highlights  —  Washington (CNN)With nearly all of the expected 2016 presidential candidates formally in the race, a new CNN/ORC national poll finds two recent entrants to the GOP field on the rise …
S.V. Dáte / National Journal:
Trump Trouble For The GOP in New Hampshire  —  Trump distances himself from the “third-rate” Repulican governors and senators running against him.  —  BEDFORD, New Hampshire - The brash-talking, big-city Republican of the 2016 field returned to the home of the first presidential primary Tuesday …
Markos Moulitsas / The Hill:
A bad week for the GOP  —  If you're one of the nearly 20 Republicans running for president next year, you need to find a way to differentiate yourself from the herd — so you're probably grateful to the conservative-led Supreme Court for chumming the waters last week.
Discussion: Bloomberg Business
Ed Kilgore / Washington Monthly:
Supreme Fallout  —  Yesterday morning when I was discussing the topic of my weekly TPMCafe column with my editor over there, I offered to do either a joyful trashing of Chris Christie's presidential prospects or an analysis of how Republicans were coping with last week's landmark Supreme Court decisions.
Sahil Kapur / Bloomberg Business:
Perry and Fiorina Also Want to Scrap Filibuster to Repeal Obamacare
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Jessica Derschowitz /
TV LAND PULLS DUKES OF HAZZARD EPISODES OFF ITS SCHEDULE  —  TV Land has pulled reruns of The Dukes of Hazzard off its schedule, a spokesperson for the network confirmed to EW on Wednesday.  —  The network did not comment further or say why the episodes were removed, but the news comes …
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Brent Budowksy / The Hill:
Budowsky: Obama could sink 2016 Dems  —  Nothing better dramatizes the damage that President Obama has done to Democrats than the fact that Republicans now control the House of Representatives, the Senate and a majority of governorships across America.  —  Nothing better illustrates the reason …
Nick Gass / Politico:
Nancy Pelosi: Elizabeth Warren doesn't speak for the Democratic Party
Discussion: CNBC and The Daily Caller
Jennifer Rankin / Guardian:
Greek debt: Merkel dismisses Tsipras's last-ditch compromise plan  —  German chancellor reiterates stance of no new negotiations with Athens until after Sunday's referendum on bailout  —  Germany has dismissed a last-ditch compromise plan from Greece that bowed to some key demands of its creditors.
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Chris Christie wins an endorsement: Maine Gov. Paul LePage  —  PORTLAND, Maine — Chris Christie's out to prove he's the bluntest and most straightforward candidate running for president.  So it was only natural that the first major endorsement of his bid for the Republican nomination came …
Laura Halm / WATE-TV:
‘No Gays Allowed,’ Grainger County store owner defends controversial sign  —  WASHBURN (WATE) - A Grainger County store owner said he is simply voicing his freedom of religion and speech after posting a sign that has the community talking.  —  Phones at Amyx Hardware have been ringing non-stop …
East Tennessee hardware store puts up ‘No Gays Allowed’ sign
James W. Loewen / Washington Post:
Why do people believe myths about the Confederacy?  Because our textbooks and monuments are wrong.  —  False history marginalizes African Americans and makes us all dumber.  —  History is the polemics of the victor, William F. Buckley allegedly said.  Not so in the United States, at least not regarding the Civil War.
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Jennifer Epstein / Bloomberg Business:
Hillary Clinton Raises Record $45 Million in First Quarter of Campaign  —  Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign raised at least $45 million during its first quarter, her campaign told Bloomberg on Wednesday.  —  Clinton's haul from her campaign's launch in mid-April through June 30 is a record for a candidate's first quarter.
Cindy Archer / Wall Street Journal:
Why I'm Filing a Civil-Rights Lawsuit  —  Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and his agents ransacked my house and ruined my career.  —  By  —  After much soul-searching, I am filing a civil-rights lawsuit on Wednesday against Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm.
USA Today:
FBI investigating 11 attacks on San Francisco-area Internet lines  —  The FBI is investigating at least 11 physical attacks on high-capacity Internet cables in California's San Francisco Bay Area dating back a year, including one early Tuesday morning.  —  Agents confirm the latest attack …
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
US, Cuba to open embassies on July 20  —  The United States and Cuba will re-establish diplomatic ties and open their long-shuttered embassies on July 20, the Cuban government said Wednesday.  —  Cuba's foreign ministry made the announcement after the U.S.'s top diplomat in Havana delivered …
Discussion: ABC News and Slantpoint
ABC News:
Transcript for US and Cuba to Normalize Diplomatic Relations
Discussion: The Hill and Daily Kos
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Robert D. McFadden / New York Times:
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Discussion: ImmigrationProf Blog
Sean Kelly / Opposing Views:
Woman Says She Won't Have Abortion If $1 Million Is Raised For Her Baby
Billie Jean Shaw / WIS-TV:
Female pastors in Clarendon County receive letters threatening their safety
Discussion: Raw Story and Friendly Atheist
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Kim Soffen / New York Times:
Independently Drawn Districts Have Proved to Be More Competitive
Elizabeth Drew / The Atlantic:
Richard NIxon Was Not Misunderstood
Discussion: FishbowlDC
Frank Bruni / New York Times:
The Sunny Side of Greed
John McCormick / Bloomberg Business:
Scott Walker Sees Iowa Lead Shrink in Latest Quinnipiac Poll
Discussion: CNN, Politico and Hullabaloo
Katie Pavlich / The Hill:
America is not racist  —  In wake of the Charleston massacre …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Jonathan Rauch / Politico:
No, Polygamy Isn't the Next Gay Marriage
Discussion: Hot Air, and Althouse