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6:35 PM ET, June 19, 2017

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Wall Street Journal:
Senate GOP Plans Health-Care Vote Next Week  —  Senate GOP leaders are planning to vote next week on legislation to repeal large chunks of the Affordable Care Act, even though they don't yet appear to have secured enough support to pass it.
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The Hill:
GOP considers cancelling August recess to salvage agenda  —  Alarmed by the stalemate on healthcare reform, lack of progress on tax reform and appropriations bills that are far behind schedule, Republican lawmakers across Congress are increasingly willing to consider cancelling the month-long August recess.
Peter Sullivan / The Hill:
Senate GOP considers deeper Medicaid cuts than House bill  —  A leading option in the Senate's ObamaCare repeal debate is to make even deeper cuts to Medicaid spending than the bill passed by the House, according to lobbyists and aides.  —  The proposal would start out the growth rate …
Jennifer Haberkorn / Politico:
Democrats to halt Senate business over Obamacare repeal  —  Democrats will grind Senate business to a halt in a protest against Republican efforts to repeal Obamacare.  —  Beginning Monday night, Democrats will start objecting to all unanimous consent requests in the Senate, according to a Democratic aide.
Haley Byrd / IJR:
House Republicans to Send McConnell a Letter Demanding Conservative Provisions in Senate Health Bill
Discussion: Raw Story and Mashable
Alayna Treene / Axios:
Worrying numbers on health care plan for ‘swing vote’ senators
Discussion: Political Wire and Fusion
Ali Rogin / ABC News:
Health care bill deadline looms while senators on both sides wait to see draft
Discussion: Daily Kos and Associated Press
Tara Palmeri / Politico:
Spicer searching for candidates to take over White House briefing  —  White House press secretary Sean Spicer is leading a search for his own replacement at the briefing room podium as part of a larger plan to shake up the White House communications operations, according to two people with knowledge of the effort.
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Jennifer Jacobs / Bloomberg:
Trump Weighs New Role for Press Secretary Sean Spicer  —  President's spokesman may move into more senior position  —  New spokesman may be hired, though discussions aren't final  —  The White House is weighing whether to move Press Secretary Sean Spicer into a more senior role focused …
Fox Business:
Sean Spicer takes on new WH role, may no longer give press briefings
Discussion: Mediaite and twitchy.com
Alayna Treene / Axios:
Spicer: Mueller, Rosenstein “serve at the pleasure of” Trump
Discussion: ABC News and Politico
Andrew Restuccia / Politico:
Trump demands face time with favored Cabinet heads
Discussion: Raw Story and twitchy.com
Frank Pallotta / CNNMoney:
Megyn Kelly's Alex Jones interview got lots of attention, but not many viewers  —  Jones vs. Kelly: Battle between new and old media  —  Megyn Kelly's much talked about interview with Alex Jones got plenty of attention for Kelly and NBC, both good and bad, but not many viewers.
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Joe Concha / The Hill:
Megyn Kelly's Alex Jones interview a ratings flop
James Hohmann / Washington Post:
The Daily 202: Congressional shooting clouds final days of Georgia special election  —  THE BIG IDEA:  —  JOHNS CREEK, Ga.—When Republican congressional candidate Karen Handel went table to table greeting patrons at Marlow's Tavern on Friday night, almost everyone asked her about the letters.
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Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Why The Georgia Special Election Matters
Shawn Musgrave / Politico:
Georgia special election tweets traced to one source
Discussion: ABC News
Washington Post:
Killing of a Muslim teenager in Virginia is being investigated as a road-rage incident, police say … The death of a Virginia teenager who police say was attacked near a mosque in the Sterling area is not being investigated as a hate crime, authorities said Monday.
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Washington Post:
Officials: 17-year-old Muslim girl assaulted and killed after leaving Virginia mosque
Susan Svrluga / Washington Post:
Otto Warmbier dies days after release from North Korean detainment  —  Otto Warmbier, the University of Virginia student who was detained in North Korea for nearly a year and a half, died Monday afternoon, his parents announced.  —  Fred and Cindy Warmbier had no news about their son during his detention after March of last year.
Discussion: TheBlaze and The Week
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Tara Fowler / ABC News:
Otto Warmbier, American student detained in North Korea for 17 months, dies  —  Otto Warmbier, the American student who was imprisoned in North Korea for more than 17 months and was returned home to Ohio last week, has died, his family said Monday.  —  “It is our sad duty to report that our son …
Tom Batchelor / The Independent:
Russia to treat US jets in Syria as ‘targets’ after America guns down first regime warplane  —  Communication channel between Washington and Moscow to be suspended immediately  —  Russia has said it will treat US warplanes operating in parts of Syria where its air forces are present as …
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Ellen Mitchell / The Hill:
Pentagon working to re-establish ‘deconfliction’ line with Russia
Discussion: The Guardian and Raw Story
Stephen Collinson / CNN:
Trump defiant as pressure grows  —  Washington (CNN)America is edging ever closer to a new long, national nightmare, given President Donald Trump's explosive response to signs that special counsel Robert Mueller is approaching the epicenter of White House power.
Discussion: Raw Story and The Guardian
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Karen Freifeld / Reuters:
Mueller team lawyer brings witness-flipping expertise to Trump probes
Discussion: Politicus USA and The Daily Caller
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / USA Today:
We need a Robert Mueller resignation or a second special counsel
Discussion: Scared Monkeys
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Supreme Court to hear potentially landmark case on partisan gerrymandering  —  The Supreme Court declared Monday that it will consider whether gerrymandered election maps favoring one political party over another violate the Constitution, a potentially fundamental change in the way American elections are conducted.
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Eugene Volokh / Washington Post:
Supreme Court unanimously reaffirms: There is no ‘hate speech’ exception to the First Amendment
Lynn Thompson / The Seattle Times:
Mother with knife killed by police was pregnant and had mental-health issues, family says  —  Seattle police on Sunday shot and killed a 30-year-old old woman who had called officers to report an attempted burglary and then displayed a knife, SPD said.  Police took three children from the home …
John Hudson / BuzzFeed:
The Trump Administration Has A New Plan For Dealing With Russia  —  A classified document by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson lays out a new path for Russia and the US.  But does the president, weighed down by scandal and investigation, support it?  —  As the White House fends off accusations …
Discussion: The Atlantic, Axios, Raw Story and The Week
Erick Erickson / The Resurgent:
Let's Consider Secession  —  This past week has made me realize the situation in this country is unlikely to get better.  We have 320 million people who hate each other and the left shows no signs of toning down rhetoric after last week's mass assassination attempt.  If anything, too many of them regret there were no deaths.
Emily Weaver / myrtlebeachonline:
Three shootings in 8 hours.  Eight wounded.  Some tourists say they won't be back.  —  “Multiple people down!”  Bubba Hinson exclaimed as he live-streamed a video of what started as a mob stalling traffic, but turned into a mass shooting on Ocean Boulevard early Sunday morning.
New York Times:
A Top Presidential Public Defender Was Also a Twitter Critic  —  WASHINGTON — In April, Mark Corallo, the spokesman for President Trump's personal legal team, used Twitter to suggest — twice — that Vice President Mike Pence, not Mr. Trump, should be the Republican nominee for president in 2020.
Gizmodo:
GOP Data Firm Accidentally Leaks Personal Details of Nearly 200 Million American Voters  —  Political data gathered on more than 198 million US citizens was exposed this month after a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee stored internal documents on a publicly accessible Amazon server.
Tom DiChristopher / CNBC:
Energy Secretary Rick Perry says CO2 is not the main driver of climate change  — Energy Secretary Rick Perry says he does not believe CO2 emissions from human activity are the primary driver of climate change.  — That view is at odds with the conclusions of the Environmental Protection Agency …
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
New Study Shows What Really Happened in the 2016 Election  —  The Democracy Fund Voter Study Group has a new survey of the electorate that explodes many of the myths that we believe about American politics.  Lee Drutman has a fascinating report delving into the data.
New York Daily News:
Man stabbed to death after threesome turns fatal in Brooklyn apartment building  —  A threesome in Brooklyn turned deadly Monday after one of the participants began filming the encounter, sparking a brutal attack with baseball bats and knives, police sources said.
 
 
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 Earlier Items: 
Missoulian:
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Discussion: Political Wire
Kurt Schlichter / Townhall.com:
If The Left Wins Their Soft Coup, Everyone Loses - But Mostly Them
CBS Chicago:
Dispute Over Wrong Drink At Starbucks Ends In Wrestling Match, Stabbing
Discussion: Daily Wire
Beth Verge / KTUU-TV:
Teen dies after being mauled by bear
Discussion: WTVR-TV, KTLA and The Guardian
Madeline Conway / Politico:
Trump: ‘Panama Canal is doing quite well’
CNN:
Supreme Court strikes down law banning use of Facebook by registered sex offenders
Discussion: TheBlaze and IJR
WJLA-TV:
‘Full Measure’: Quitting Congress