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4:35 PM ET, October 20, 2011

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Rania El Gamal / Reuters:
Gaddafi captured and wounded near Sirte: NTC official  —  (Reuters) - Deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was captured and wounded in both legs near his hometown of Sirte at dawn on Thursday, National Transitional Council official Abdel Majid said.  —  Majid reported the capture …
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Kareem Fahim / New York Times:
Qaddafi Is Dead, Libyan Officials Say  —  TRIPOLI, Libya — Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the former Libyan strongman who fled into hiding after rebels toppled his regime two months ago in the Arab Spring's most tumultuous uprising, was killed Thursday as fighters battling the vestiges …
Aljazeera:
Muammar Gaddafi killed in gun battle  —  NTC military chief says toppled leader died of wounds following capture near his hometown of Sirte.  —  Abdul Hakim Belhaj, a NTC military chief, has confirmed that Muammar Gaddafi has died of his wounds after being captured near Sirte.
Jake Tapper / ABCNEWS:
Where Is Mitt Romney on Libya?  —  Have you had any difficulty discerning Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney's precise position on the US involvement in the NATO mission in Libya?  —  The one consistency has been criticism of President Obama.  —  But beyond that, he's seemed a bit all over the Libyan map.
Guardian:
Muammar Gaddafi is dead, NTC says - live coverage
Alex Alvarez / Mediaite:
Herman Cain Tells Piers Morgan That He Is Anti-Abortion, Yet Pro-Choice?  —  Tonight, Herman Cain sat down with CNN's Piers Morgan to discuss his stance on a variety of issues.  And it would appear that, where abortion is concerned, Cain is “anti-abortion in all cases,” yet “pro-choice.”
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Rasmussen Reports:
Iowa: Cain 28% Romney 21% Paul 10%  —  Reflecting national trends, businessman Herman Cain has now jumped to the front of the Republican pack in Iowa.  —  A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Iowa caucus-goers shows that Cain is in front with 28% followed by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney at 21%.
Jonathan Bernstein / Washington Post:
Are Herman Cain's 15 minutes finally over?  —  Last night, Herman Cain made a big splash when he backed into pro-choice language on abortion last night on CNN — apparently by accident — when he said he is personally fully against abortion but doesn't think that the government should tell women what to do.
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Obama struggling in Ohio
Maggie Haberman / The Politico:
Herman Cain lands Steve Grubbs in Iowa
Discussion: GOP 12 and Race 4 2012
Joshua Green / Business Week:
Herman Cain: Mine. Mine. Mine
Tina Korbe / Hot Air:
Cain to Piers Morgan: I'm anti-abortion yet pro-choice
Alicia M. Cohn / The Hill:
Romney campaign pulls Web video mocking Perry's debate performances
Discussion: CNN
Mj Lee / The Politico:
Hillary Clinton and Hamid Karzai chuckle over Herman Cain  —  Secretary of State Clinton and Afghan President Hamid Karzai put international diplomacy aside Thursday during their meeting in Kabul to have a few laughs at Herman Cain's expense.  —  According to the Associated Press …
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David Cay Johnston:
First look at US pay data, it's awful  —  Anyone who wants to understand the enduring nature of Occupy Wall Street and similar protests across the country need only look at the first official data on 2010 paychecks, which the U.S. government posted on the Internet on Wednesday.
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Debbie Siegelbaum / The Hill:
FBI investigating assassination threat against Rep. Schilling  —  The FBI and Capitol Police are investigating an online threat made against Rep. Bobby Schilling (R-Ill.) offering a $75,000 reward for his assassination.  —  Schilling learned of the threat in an email alert Tuesday night, according to his spokeswoman, Andrea Pivarunas.
Discussion: The Caucus, Gawker and Big Government
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Chris Minor / WQAD-TV:
Congressman Schilling asked to lay low after online threat offering assassination reward
Discussion: The Politico and St. Louis Beacon
Associated Press:
Public radio host fired from show after NPR questions her involvement in DC protest  —  WASHINGTON — A freelance broadcaster who works for music and documentary programs has been fired from a job after NPR questioned her involvement in a Washington protest.
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Pema Levy / TAPPED:
In Defense of Rachel Maddow  —  After Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity in Washington, D.C., last year, Rachel Maddow convinced Stewart to sit down with her for over an hour to discuss politics and the media.  She dedicated her entire show that night to the interview.
Mike Lillis / The Hill:
Pelosi's silent treatment shows breaks with President Obama  —  For House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), disagreement with President Obama often takes the form of silence.  —  While rank-and-file House Democrats have been outspoken in taking the White House to task over issues …
Discussion: Weasel Zippers
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Mike Allen / The Politico:
Melody Barnes leaving White House
Discussion: Washington Post
Doug MacDiarmid / KLFY-TV:
Law Bans Cash for Second Hand Transactions  —  Cold hard cash.  It's good everywhere you go, right?  You can use it to pay for anything.  —  But that's not the case here in Louisiana now.  It's a law that was passed during this year's busy legislative session.
Nick Timiraos / Wall Street Journal:
Foreigners' Sweetener: Buy House, Get a Visa  —  The reeling housing market has come to this: To shore it up, two Senators are preparing to introduce a bipartisan bill Thursday that would give residence visas to foreigners who spend at least $500,000 to buy houses in the U.S.
Glenn Kessler / Washington Post:
The GOP's ludicrous claim about their jobs bill  —  “The entire plan will not add one penny to the federal debt, while creating 5 million new jobs.”  —  “Paul said the bill would create 5 million new jobs—although he did not offer a specific time frame.”  —  Politicians love to make claims …
The Right Sphere:
OccupyWallStreet Protesters Go On Private Property And Threaten To Disrupt Business  —  Here's something you never saw at a Tea Party event, rally, or gathering.  —  I'm actually amazed that this guy left that restaurant with a full mouth of teeth.  The guy at the end of the video …
Discussion: The Right Scoop
Peter Hermann / Baltimore Sun:
‘Occupy’ memo could discourage victims from reporting assaults  —  Protest group says it wants to be self-contained community  —  Efforts by the Occupy Baltimore protest group to evolve into a self-contained, self-governing community have erupted into controversy with the distribution …
Luis Martinez / ABCNEWS:
NATO Could Decide Tomorrow to End Libya Mission  —  With Moammar Gadhafi's death in Libya today, NATO could decide as early as tomorrow that the time has come to end the mission in Libya.  —  A NATO official says it's likely that the NATO Council will meet in Brussels Friday in a special meeting …
Michael M. Grynbaum / City Room:
2 Taxi Medallions Sell for $1 Million Each  —  The million-dollar taxicab is here.  —  Two New York City taxi medallions — tin plates that grant the right to operate a yellow cab — changed hands on Wednesday for $1 million apiece, the highest recorded sale since the city's modern livery system began.
Discussion: ANIMAL, New York Magazine and Gothamist
Spencerackerman / Attackerman:
The Post-Gadhafi Journalism You Will Read In The Next 72 Hours  —  1. Why Gadhafi's Death Vindicates “Leading From Behind” (Tom Friedman)  —  2. Gadhafi's Death Shows The U.S. Was Never Really “Leading From Behind” (Anne-Marie Slaughter)  —  3. There Is Still More To Do In Libya (Any Washington Post op-ed)
 
 
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Steve Benen / Washington Monthly:
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