Check out Mini-memeorandum for simple mobiles or memeorandum Mobile for modern smartphones.
5:55 PM ET, July 22, 2014

memeorandum

 Top Items: 
Robert Pear / New York Times:
Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health Care Law  —  WASHINGTON — Two federal appeals court panels issued conflicting rulings Tuesday on whether the government could subsidize health insurance premiums for people in three dozen states that use the federal insurance exchange.
RELATED:
Tom Goldstein / Washington Post:
Why Obamacare probably isn't doomed  —  The Affordable Care Act took a potentially serious hit today when the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a rule that extended the law's health-care subsidies to residents of the three-dozen states where the federal government runs a health insurance exchange.
Adrianna McIntyre / Vox:
Why a federal court just ruled Obamacare subsidies are illegal in 36 states  —  Halbig v. Burwell is arguably the Affordable Care Act's greatest existential threat since the Supreme Court case decided in 2012.  —  On July 22, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit issued a ruling …
Brian Beutler / The New Republic:
This Shamefully Dishonest Obamacare Ruling Could Blow Up in the GOP's Face  —  The case of Halbig v. Burwell (formerly Halbig v. Sebelius), in which plaintiffs are attempting to void Affordable Care Act subsidies in states that didn't set up their own healthcare exchanges …
Discussion: New York Times
Sahil Kapur / Talking Points Memo:
Appeals Court Deals Major Blow To Obamacare  —  A federal appeals court dealt a huge blow to Obamacare on Tuesday, banning  —  the federal exchange from providing subsidies to residents of the 36 states it serves.  —  A divided three-judge panel on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled …
Peter Suderman / Hit & Run:
Court Rules That Subsidies in Obamacare's Federal Exchange are Illegal, Dealing Huge Legal Blow to Health Law  —  The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit delivered a huge blow to Obamacare this morning, ruling that the insurance subsidies granted through the federally run health exchange …
Elise Viebeck / The Hill:
Appeals courts split on whether ObamaCare subsidies are legal  —  A pair of federal appeals courts delivered conflicting rulings Tuesday on ObamaCare, putting the law's premium subsidies at risk in more than two dozen states.  —  In the first decision, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals …
Nicholas Bagley / The Incidental Economist:
A stinging defeat for the government
Washington Post:
Federal appeals courts issue contradictory rulings on health-law subsidies
Patrick Marley / JSOnline:
Federal judge throws out Ron Johnson's Obamacare lawsuit
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and Althouse
William Deresiewicz / The New Republic:
Don't Send Your Kid to the Ivy League  —  The nation's top colleges are turning our kids into zombies  —  In the spring of 2008, I did a daylong stint on the Yale admissions committee.  We that is, three admissions staff, a member of the college dean's office, and me, the faculty representative …
Discussion: The Other McCain
Raphael Ahren / The Times of Israel:
For second time, rockets found at UN school in Gaza  —  ‘How many more schools will have to be abused by Hamas missile squads before the international community will intervene?’  Foreign Ministry fumes  —  For the second time in less than a week, rockets have been found in a school …
RELATED:
Reuters:
Israel pounds Gaza despite international peace efforts  —  (Reuters) - Israel pounded targets across the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, saying no ceasefire was near as top U.S. and U.N. diplomats pursued talks on halting fighting that has claimed more than 500 lives.
Catherine Thompson / Talking Points Memo:
News Outlets Fall For Parody That Took Credit For Brooklyn Bridge White Flags  —  Two prominent news outlets were fooled Tuesday by a Twitter parody account that claimed responsibility for replacing two American flags atop the Brooklyn Bridge with white flags.
RELATED:
Thomas Tracy / NY Daily News:
White flags planted on Brooklyn Bridge, American flags missing as mystery deepens
Conor Friedersdorf / The Atlantic Online:
New Surveillance Whistleblower: The NSA Violates the Constitution  —  John Napier Tye is speaking out to warn Americans about illegal spying.  The former State Department official, who served in the Obama administration from 2011 to 2014, declared Friday that ongoing NSA surveillance abuses …
RELATED:
Byron York / Washington Examiner:
While Hillary Clinton offers a resume, Elizabeth Warren offers a plan  —  DEMOCRATIC PARTY HILLARY CLINTON 2016 ELECTIONS CAMPAIGNS ELIZABETH WARREN  —  It seems almost too obvious to mention, but presidential candidates need a clear idea of why they want to be president.
Discussion: Booman Tribune and Hot Air
RELATED:
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
It's virtually impossible to be a successful modern president
Bernie Becker / The Hill:
IRS: Lerner emails may exist after all  —  The IRS might not have lost the backups of former agency administrator Lois Lerner's emails after all, according to a top IRS official.  —  In testimony released Monday, Thomas Kane, the IRS's deputy associate chief counsel, told House Oversight investigators …
Discussion: Hot Air and Washington Post
RELATED:
Susan Ferrechio / Washington Examiner:
Democrat Rep. Elijah Cummings calls for end to ‘public harassment’ of IRS chief John Koskinen
Charles E. Schumer / New York Times:
Charles Schumer: Adopt the Open Primary  —  WASHINGTON — POLARIZATION and partisanship are a plague on American politics.  —  Political scientists have found that the two parties have each grown more ideologically homogeneous since the 1970s.  The Senate hasn't been so polarized since Reconstruction …
Jillian Kay Melchior / National Review:
Welfare Cash for Weed in Colorado  —  For the past six months, welfare beneficiaries in Colorado have repeatedly withdrawn their cash benefits at marijuana retailers and dispensaries, according to a new analysis by National Review Online.  Such apparent abuses have caught the eye …
Discussion: Clayton Cramer
Jad Mouawad / New York Times:
F.A.A. Halts U.S. Flights to Israel  —  Major American airlines stopped flying to Israel on Tuesday after a rocket fell near Ben-Gurion International Airport outside Tel Aviv, and after the Federal Aviation Administration told the carriers not to fly to Tel Aviv for 24 hours.
 
 
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of memeorandum at 5:55 PM ET, July 22, 2014.

View the current page or another snapshot:


 
 Site News: 

Nothing recent. See Techmeme News for earlier news.

 
 See Also: 
memeorandum: site main
memeorandum River: reverse chronological memeorandum
Mini-memeorandum: memeorandum for mobiles
memeorandum Leaderboard: memeorandum's top sources
 
 Subscribe: 
memeorandum RSS feed
memeorandum on Twitter
 
 
 More Items: 
Politico:
Money gap: Why don't women give?
Hadas Gold / Politico:
WHCA lodges press access complaint over Apollo 11 meeting
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Twitchy
Lauren Beale / Los Angeles Times:
Are the Obamas buying a home in Rancho Mirage?
Discussion: Washington Post and KTLA
Julie Bort / Business Insider:
Airbnb Host: A Guest Is Squatting In My Condo And I Can't Get Him To Leave
Discussion: ABC News, WJLA-TV and Re/code
Politico:
Paul Ryan to go on book tour
Discussion: TheBlaze.com
 Earlier Items: 
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Seeking redemption in 2016, Rick Perry finds power in immigration standoff
Dean Obeidallah / The Daily Beast:
How Jon Stewart Made It Okay to Care About Palestinian Suffering
Discussion: Hot Air
Emily Bazelon / Slate:
There are 57,000 kids at the border who need temporary shelter. …
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Nate Cohn / New York Times:
Goodbye to the Republican Wave?
C. J. Chivers / New York Times:
Jet Wreckage Bears Signs of Impact by Supersonic Missile, Analysis Shows
Discussion: Business Insider and The Dish
 

 
From Mediagazer:

New York Times:
A raid by US troops in Yemen sought to rescue an American journalist being held hostage by Al Qaeda

Michelle Castillo / Adweek:
BitTorrent Goes Legit With Its First Original Web Series

Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Netflix Sues a Former Exec — Now Yahoo's CIO — For Allegedly Collecting Kickbacks

 
Sister Sites:

Techmeme
 Tech news essentials
Mediagazer
 Must-read media news
WeSmirch
 Celebrity news and gossip