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12:35 PM ET, August 14, 2014

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Karoli / Latest from Crooks and Liars:
Ferguson Police Chief Turns To Hannity To Handle His PR  —  After a long day of crowd control and reporter arrests, the chief made an appearance on Sean Hannity's show to reassure everyone he had things under control.  —  Police Chief Thomas Jackson took a breather from all of his responsibilities …
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Ashley Alman / The Huffington Post:
Huffington Post Reporter Arrested In Ferguson  —  The Huffington Post's Ryan J. Reilly and the Washington Post's Wesley Lowery were arrested Wednesday evening while covering the protests in Ferguson, Missouri after the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, who was shot by a police officer last week.
Mark Berman / Washington Post:
Washington Post reporter arrested in Ferguson  —  Wesley Lowery, a reporter for The Washington Post who has been reporting on the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., was detained Wednesday evening by police in Ferguson.  —  He and other reporters were working in a McDonald's in Ferguson when about half …
Mary Katharine Ham / Hot Air:
Free societies require more of police than turning tough situations into militarized zones  —  There's a lot of bad going on in Ferguson, Missouri right now.  Let me start with the shooting, several times over, by police of an unarmed young man.  It is not in dispute that he was unarmed …
Discussion: RedState and Mediaite
Stephanie Baumer / KMOV-TV:
Alderman Antonio French released from police custody in Ferguson  —  (KMOV.com) -St. Louis Alderman Antonio French was released from police custody Thursday morning after being arrested the night before during a protest in Ferguson.  —  After being released from custody …
Stephen Deere / St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
St. Louis alderman released from jail after arrest during Ferguson protest
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
Harrowing Images Out of Ferguson
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
Max Fisher / Vox:
Washington Post reporters have been arrested in two cities this year: Ferguson and Tehran
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Washington Post:
Post's Lowery detained in Ferguson
Lee Enterprises / St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Governor must let Ferguson be where better begins
John McWhorter / The Daily Beast:
The True Stereotypes Behind Michael Brown's Death
Brent Budowsky / The Hill:
Clinton hurt 2014 Dems  —  Democrats face potentially catastrophic midterm elections that could leave Republicans and conservatives in control of the House, the Senate and the Supreme Court.  Yet while Democrats face a political state of emergency, Hillary Clinton this week launched …
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Peter Beinart / The Atlantic Online:
How Money Warps U.S. Foreign Policy  —  The key divide on America's role in the world is no longer between Democrats and Republicans.  It's between elites and everyone else.  —  On Sunday, when Hillary Clinton used an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg to take pointedly more hawkish stances …
Politico:
Democrats to White House: Immigration's your call  —  Senate Democratic leaders are grappling with how far to push President Barack Obama on immigration before the crucial midterm elections.  —  For all the insistence that Obama take bold action — and despite a furious push from immigration activists …
William Douglas / News, sports and weather …:
Clinton's lead over GOP candidates shrinking
Discussion: CNN and Politico
Washington Post:
Obama administration shows little urgency for stemming Islamic State violence  —  Senior U.S. officials describe the threat posed by the Islamic State in chilling terms, but they have mounted a decidedly modest military campaign to check its advance through northern Iraq.
Discussion: Power Line and Booman Tribune
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Mario Trujillo / The Hill:   Obama prepares schools for migrant kids
Adam Taylor / Washington Post:
It doesn't matter if you call it ISIS, ISIL or Islamic State, the extremist brand is winning
Casey Nolen / KSDK-TV:
TV crews hit by bean bags, tear gas  —  AL JAZEERA AMERICA TV crews were overcome with tear gas fired near their vehicle in Ferguson, Missouri, Wednesday night.  Minutes later, police took down the crew's light kit, and pointed their camera at the ground.  KSDK  —  CONNECT
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KSDK-TV:
Nine charged for alleged Ferguson looting  —  Nine people face charges for looting in Ferguson that followed the fatal shooting of Michael Brown Sunday night into Monday morning  —  ST. LOUIS COUNTY - Nine people face charges for looting in Ferguson that followed the fatal shooting …
Discussion: National Review, Daily Kos and Hot Air
New York Times:
President Obama: No Internet Fast Lanes  —  The Federal Communications Commission, which could soon allow phone and cable companies to block or interfere with Internet content, has been deluged with more than a million comments.  Last week, President Obama offered some thoughts of his own …
Discussion: The Hill and The Raw Story
Laura Barron-Lopez / The Hill:
Carter: ‘Nutcases’ are stopping climate action  —  Former President Carter says climate skeptics are the “biggest handicap” for the U.S. when it comes to acting on global warming.  —  “I would say the biggest handicap we have right now is some nutcases in our country that don't believe in global warming …
Discussion: Aspen Times and RedState
 
 
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