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10:00 AM ET, September 14, 2015

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Mike Wynn / USA Today:
Kentucky clerk Kim Davis won't authorize licenses  —  LOUISVILLE — In returning to work Monday, Kim Davis, the embattled Kentucky county clerk at the center of the dispute over gay marriage and religious liberty, indicated that she will not interfere with any deputy clerk who issues marriage licenses …
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Timothy D. Easley / ABC News:
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David Ferguson / Raw Story:
WATCH: Kim Davis' lawyer who compared her to Rosa Parks and MLK now compares her to Abraham Lincoln
Gary Langer / ABC News:
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Washington Post:
Poll: Trump, Carson top GOP race; Clinton leads Dems but support drops
Discussion: Washington Times and Media Nation
William Jordan / YouGov US Opinion Center News:
Sanders up big in New Hampshire and Iowa; Carson trails Trump
Juan Williams / The Hill:
The GOP at war  —  Forget presidential politics.  —  The real action in American politics these days is the in-house feud among Republicans.  It features the center-right GOP establishment in one corner and the talk show hosts and Tea Party activists in the other.
Discussion: Prairie Weather
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
Rebel billionaires eager to follow Trump into politics  —  The Donald's success has Mark Cuban considering a run for office.  He's not the only famously rich guy suddenly inspired.  —  Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is so impressed with Donald Trump's success that he is now considering running for office himself.
Discussion: Political Wire
John Heilemann / Bloomberg Business:
Biden Secretly Meets With Top Obama Bundler During New York Swing  —  The 28 hours Joe Biden spent in New York City at the end of last week were a whirlwind of activity—much of it feeding the mounting speculation that he is inching ever closer to launching a late-starting presidential campaign.
Discussion: NBC News and Wall Street Journal
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Now-classified Clinton emails sitting on Google servers  —  Aides to the former secretary of state sent sensitive messages through Gmail and other private email services.  —  Classified emails passed through commercial email services like Google and AOL on their path to or from a private server maintained …
Discussion: TalkLeft
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
GOP senators would back Trump as Republican nominee  —  Republican senators, the heart of the GOP establishment, will support Donald Trump if he wins the nomination for president, even though they're not thrilled at the prospect.  —  Trump has become a headache for Republican leaders in Washington …
Discussion: Political Wire
Ian Katz / Bloomberg Business:
Kasich Says He Backs Obama on Bringing Syrian Refugees to U.S.  —  Republican presidential candidate John Kasich said he supports President Barack Obama's plan to admit at least 10,000 Syrian refugees to the U.S. over the next year.  —  “I support that,” Kasich, governor of Ohio …
Politico:
The Key to Winning Down-Ballot Races  —  The presidential race looms large in the Senate, House and governors contests.  —  Getty  —  Down-ballot races are increasingly decided by who wins the White House.  To grasp this fact, it's best to focus on two numbers: 6 percent and .781.
Timothy Snyder / New York Times:
The Next Genocide  —  New Haven — BEFORE he fired the shot, the Einsatzgruppe commander lifted the Jewish child in the air and said, “You must die so that we can live.”  As the killing proceeded, other Germans rationalized the murder of Jewish children in the same way: them or us.
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
In church address, Hillary Clinton pledges to be nicer to the media  —  Back in March, Hillary Clinton gave an address at a journalism awards ceremony and used the occasion to make a pledge to attendees with notepads: “I am all about new be­gin­nings: a new grand­child …
 
 
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Kevin Carey / New York Times:
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Mary Mitchell / Chicago Sun Times:
Rape case sends mixed messages on prostitution
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Erin Kotlan / The Atlantic:
The Intersection of Faith and Politics
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Ian Tuttle / National Review:
Ben Carson's Immigration Plan
Discussion: Power Line and Hot Air
Norimitsu Onishi / New York Times:
A Hunting Ban Saps a Village's Livelihood
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Benjamin Bell / ABC News:
‘Case Disrupted’ Ahead of Pope Francis Visit to US, Says House Homeland Security Chair
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 Earlier Items: 
Jonah Goldberg / National Review:
In the Left's Story of Government, the State Is Always the Hero
New York Times:
Moving Fast, Fire Scorches Community in California
Discussion: CNN, Slantpoint and The Agonist
CNN:
Misperceptions persist about Obama's faith, but aren't so widespread
Dan Hannan / Washington Examiner:
U.K.'s left wing takes hard anti-U.S. turn
Discussion: National Review