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6:10 AM ET, November 26, 2011

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William Nottingham / L.A. NOW:
Villaraigosa, Beck start countdown to Occupy L.A. closure  —  Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa ordered the shutdown of the Occupy L.A. encampment on City Hall grounds at 12:01 a.m. Monday, saying officials can no longer “maintain the public safety of a long-term encampment,” according to a statement issued Friday.
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Ian Lovett / New York Times:
Occupy Los Angeles to Be Evicted From City Hall Park  —  LOS ANGELES — The Occupy Los Angeles protesters have probably received a warmer reception than most of their counterparts elsewhere in the country.  With vocal support from the City Council, the protesters have been allowed to remain …
Shelby Grad / L.A. NOW:
LAPD gives Occupy L.A. protesters Thanksgiving turkeys
Discussion: Prairie Weather
Doc / DocPop.org:
Occupy News Bin  —  Though I often disagree with the sentiments I hear by folks at Occupy Wall Street encampments, I strongly support their rights to say them peacefully.  So when I see so much footage of police using heavy handed tactics on non-violent protestors it not only makes me more sympathetic to OWS... it makes me feel sick.
Discussion: Mediaite
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Stacey Patton / Washington Post:
Why African Americans aren't embracing Occupy Wall Street  —  Occupy Wall Street might seem like a movement that would speak to black Americans.  After all, unemployment among African Americans is at 15 percent, vs. almost 8 percent for whites.  And between 2005 and 2009 …
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
GQ thinks Ed Schultz is one of ‘The Least Influential People Alive’  —  Wow.  Is it that time of year all ready?  —  Well, yes it is.  When publishers come up with end of the year lists.  Here's one from the December GQ: the magazine's list of “The 25 least Influential People Alive” MSNBC's Ed Schultz comes in at #3.
Robert D. McFadden / New York Times:
Tom Wicker, Times Journalist, Dies at 85  —  Tom Wicker, one of postwar America's most distinguished journalists, who wrote 20 books, covered the assassination of President John F. Kennedy for The New York Times and became the paper's Washington bureau chief and an iconoclastic political columnist …
Ian Lazaran / Conservatives4Palin:
We Now Have The Resources To Run The Palin Reconsider Television Ad In The Sioux City, Iowa Market Next Week  —  Your contributions have made it possible for us to run the Palin reconsider television ad next week in the Sioux City, Iowa market.  Thanks to everyone who chipped in to make it possible.
Discussion: The Other McCain and Iowa Caucuses
Heather King / WITN:
NEW INFO: YouTube Video Shows Pepper Spray At Kinston Walmart … Chaos erupted at Walmart in Kinston on Black Friday.  An off-duty police officer ended up using pepper spray on a crowd and a former Kinston police officer was arrested.  —  A video of the incident has been posted on YouTube.
Ynetnews:
Cairo rally: One day we'll kill all Jews  —  Muslim Brotherhood holds venomous anti-Israel rally in Cairo mosque Friday; Islamic activists chant: Tel Aviv, judgment day has come  —  Arab hate: A Muslim Brotherhood rally in Cairo's most prominent mosque Friday turned into a venomous anti-Israel protest …
Jeremy Warner / Telegraph:
Death of a currency as eurogeddon approaches  —  It's time to think what hitherto markets have regarded as unthinkable - that the euro really is on its last legs.  —  They need to wake up fast; it's happening before their very eyes.  In its current form, the single currency may always have been doomed …
Radley Balko / The Huffington Post:
Driven By Drug War Incentives, Cops Target Pot Smokers, Brush Off Victims Of Violent Crime … Drug War , Crime , SWAT Team , Violent Crime , Asset Forfeiture , Byrne Grants , Chicago , Chicago Pd , Law Enforcement , Leap , Marijuana Possession , Police , Police Abuse , War On Drugs , Politics News
Discussion: TalkLeft and The Volokh Conspiracy
Nation:
Not Photoshopped: Beam of Light Shines on Fallen Soldier's Miracle Dog  —  Reported by ABC News' Kimberly Launier:  —  It was an overcast day in Newport, N.H., when a simple “20/20″ shoot turned into something that made me wonder about life after death.
 
 
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Henry Blodget / Business Insider:
European Banks Frantically Trying To Dump $7 Trillion Of Crap Assets — But No One Will Buy Them
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David D. Kirkpatrick / New York Times:
Egypt Military and Protesters Dig In for a Long Standoff
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