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7:55 PM ET, May 24, 2014

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Beth Farnsworth / KEYT-TV:
Sheriff Confirms Seven Dead in Isla Vista Shootings  —  “Mass Murder Situation”  —  ISLA VISTA, Calif. -  —  Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown revealed new details about Friday night's drive by shootings in Isla Vista during a Saturday morning news conference, including a new death toll …
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Daily Mail:
‘I will slaughter every single blonde s**t I see’: Seven people killed as son of Hunger Games assistant director carries out drive-by shooting ‘because women rebuffed his advances and he was a virgin at 22’  — Rodger also died of gunshot wound to the head; authorities have not confirmed if it was self-inflicted
CNN:
7 dead in California shooting rampage called ‘premeditated mass murder’  —  (CNN) — A gunman described as mentally disturbed and possibly bent on retribution sprayed bullets from a slow-moving car in a small Southern California college town, killing six people in a rampage called …
Mark Berman / Washington Post:
Shooter kills at least six people in rampage near UC Santa Barbara  —  At least six people were killed and several others injured during a shooting rampage Friday night in a small beachfront community near UC Santa Barbara.  —  The shooter was also killed, leaving behind a trail …
Discussion: Gawker
Associated Press:
DIRECTOR SAYS SON RESPONSIBLE FOR SHOOTING RAMPAGE  —  You are here  —  Home » Santa Barbara » Director says son responsible for shooting rampage  —  GOLETA, Calif. (AP) — A Hollywood director believes his son was the lone gunman who went on a shooting rampage near the University …
Cynthia Johnston / Reuters:
Gunman kills six in drive-by shooting in California college town
Discussion: Daily Kos and Canada Blog …
Timothy Noah / msnbc.com:
VA wait times are bad.  The private sector isn't much better.  —  The Department of Veterans Affairs, long touted by experts as providing health care superior to most private providers, is suddenly engulfed in scandal.  —  Records on wait times for appointments were allegedly falsified at the Phoenix VA …
Discussion: Washington Monthly and neo-neocon
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Sam Foote / New York Times:
Why I Blew the Whistle on the V.A.  —  PHOENIX — MY decision to become a whistle-blower after 24 years as a physician in a Veterans Affairs hospital was, at first, an easy one.  I knew about patients who were dying while waiting for appointments on the V.A.'s secret schedules, and I couldn't stay silent.
Discussion: Liberaland
Ezra Klein / Vox:
Veterans aren't the only ones waiting for health care  —  TWEET SHARE LINKEDIN EMAIL PRINT  —  In 2005, Phillip Longman, a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, published an article entitled “Best Care Anywhere” in the Washington Monthly.  The article, which later became a book …
Discussion: Booman Tribune
Jessica Wehrman / The Columbus Dispatch:
Privatizing VA still appeals to Boehner
Discussion: ThinkProgress
Elias Isquith / Salon:
Greenwald's haters, exposed: The real reason Michael Kinsley hates him  —  In his New York Times attack, the former “Crossfire” star reveals some of the elite media's deepest insecurities  —  People tell me — they insist, in fact — that there was a time, long ago, when Michael Kinsley wrote …
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Is Piketty All Wrong?  —  Great buzz in the blogosphere over Chris Giles's attack on Thomas Piketty's Capital in the 21st Century.  Giles finds a few clear errors, although they don't seem to matter much; more important, he questions some of the assumptions and imputations Piketty uses to deal …
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George F. Will / Washington Post:
The 2016 presidential candidate we need  —  All modern presidents of both parties have been too much with us.  Talking incessantly, they have put politics unhealthily at the center of America's consciousness.  Promising promiscuously, they have exaggerated government's proper scope and actual competence …
Discussion: Hullabaloo and Washington Monthly
Larry Rohter / New York Times:
Eduardo Galeano Disavows His Book ‘The Open Veins’  —  For more than 40 years, Eduardo Galeano's “The Open Veins of Latin America” has been the canonical anti-colonialist, anti-capitalist and anti-American text in that region.  Hugo Chávez, Venezuela's populist president …
 
 
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Edward Wyatt / New York Times:
Court Approves F.C.C. Plan to Subsidize Rural Broadband Service
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