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5:25 PM ET, February 16, 2014

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Tom Watkins / CNN:
Florida jury in loud music trial reaches verdict on 4 counts, undecided on 5th  —  (CNN) — The jurors weighing the fate of Michael Dunn — the white man who shot into a SUV with black teens after he had asked them to turn down their music — have reached a verdict on four counts …
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Susie Madrak / Latest from Crooks and Liars:
Shocking Interview With Michael Dunn's Neighbor: ‘He Always Wanted To Shoot Somebody’  —  John Phillips, the attorney for Jordan Davis' family, released video from an interview with a neighbor of Michael Dunn, the man charged in the shooting death of Davis.  —  Charles Hendrix …
Discussion: Liberaland and Balloon Juice
Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
‘Yes, I Am Pissed!’  Don Lemon Goes Off on Dunn Trial: We Need ‘Mind Your Business’ Law!  —  CNN's Don Lemon got really teed off on Saturday after the jury in the Michael Dunn case said they can't agree on a verdict for the first degree murder charge.  He repeatedly cried, “This is ridiculous! …
Discussion: Hinterland Gazette
ThinkProgress:
How To Make Sense Of The Michael Dunn Verdict
The Atlantic Online:
On The Killing Of Jordan Davis By Michael Dunn
Lizette Alvarez / New York Times:
Jury Reaches Partial Verdict in Florida Killing Over Loud Music
Discussion: Power Line and Gawker
Scott Johnson / Power Line:
Strickland stricken  —  Karl Rove demolished former Ohio Governor Ted Strickland on Fox News Sunday this morning in the course of responding to Strickland's critique of Governor Christie and Bridgegate.  Rove precisely demonstrated Strickland to be a critically flawed messenger of the Democratic Party talking points on Christie.
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Julian Hattem / The Hill:
Rove: Dems fear Christie  —  Democrats are raising a fuss about the closure of the George Washington Bridge because they are afraid of Gov. Chris Christie's (R) chances in 2016, according to former President George W. Bush adviser Karl Rove.  —  “The reason the Democrats are doing …
Discussion: Washington Monthly
msnbc.com:
Another Christie childhood friend witnessed traffic surge
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Corey Robin:
Look Who Nick Kristof's Saving Now  —  For the last few months, I've had a draft post sitting in my dashboard listing all the words and phrases I'd like to see banished from the English language.  At the top—jockeying for the #1 slot with “yummy,” “closure” and “it's all good”—is “public intellectual.”
Discussion: Balloon Juice
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Nicholas Kristof / New York Times:
Professors, We Need You!  —  SOME of the smartest thinkers on problems at home and around the world are university professors, but most of them just don't matter in today's great debates.  —  The most stinging dismissal of a point is to say: “That's academic.”  In other words, to be a scholar is, often, to be irrelevant.
Noah Rothman / Mediaite:
Romney: Bill Clinton ‘Embarrassed the Nation,’ Shirked His Adult Responsibilities  —  Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, appearing on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday, was asked for his thoughts on the state of 2016 presidential politics and the renewed focus on the 1990s prompted by the prospect of Hillary Clinton candidacy.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
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Leigh Munsil / Politico:
Romney: Judge Hillary Clinton on her own record
Discussion: CNN
Hayes Brown / ThinkProgress:
Obama Condemns Uganda's Anti-Gay Bill: This Will ‘Complicate Our Valued Relationship’  —  The White House on Sunday issued a statement from President Obama saying he is “deeply disappointed” in the decision of Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni to sign a recently passed bill leveling harsh penalties on Ugandan's LGBT community.
Discussion: Liberaland
New York Times:
Spying by N.S.A. Ally Entangled U.S. Law Firm  —  The list of those caught up in the global surveillance net cast by the National Security Agency and its overseas partners, from social media users to foreign heads of state, now includes another entry: American lawyers.
Globe and Mail:
Transgender kids: Have we gone too far?  —  What happens when your son tells you he's really a girl?  —  Twenty years ago, you probably would have crossed your fingers and tried to wait it out.  Today, you might buy him a whole new wardrobe, find someone to prescribe hormone blockers, and help him live as a girl.
New York Post:
Calling Lois Lerner  —  The American people still need to hear from Lois Lerner.  That's a point that can't be made often enough.  —  Remember her?  She's the IRS official who gave a statement before Congress declaring herself innocent of any wrongdoing — and then promptly took the Fifth.
Discussion: TaxProf Blog
 
 
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Daniel Wallis / Reuters:
Police seek Venezuela opposition leader as he tweets defiance
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Kirk Johnson / New York Times:
Crossing Borders and Changing Lives, Lured by Higher State Minimum Wages
Discussion: JustOneMinute and Cafe Hayek
Jerusalem Post:
4 killed as tourist bus in Egypt's Sinai explodes en route to Israel
Donna Cassata / Associated Press:
HOUSE DEMS TRY TO FORCE VOTES ON WAGE, IMMIGRATION
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McCain sees ‘viable’ options in Syria
Discussion: CNN
Adam Nagourney / Associated Press:
Rescuing a Vietnam Casualty: Johnson's Legacy
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For Democrats looking to post-Obama era, how populist a future?
Pete Kasperowicz / The Hill:
Cuba shuts down US travel visas
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
 

 
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