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7:15 PM ET, January 15, 2012

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Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Gingrich faces tough questions at SC campaign event with black church  —  GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich faced a round of tough questions in a campaign event before an African-American church in South Carolina on Saturday.  —  Gingrich spoke with members of the Jones Memorial …
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Josh Gerstein / The Politico:
Rick Perry, Newt Gingrich appeal for slots on Virginia ballot  —  Texas Gov. Rick Perry's lawyers filed a motion with a federal appeals court Sunday, seeking to win him a place on the Republican presidential primary ballot in Virginia even though his campaign failed to gather the 10,000 signatures required by state law.
Zeke Miller / BuzzFeed:
Colbert Super PAC Goes Negative On Romney In First South Carolina Ad  —  Brands him “Mitt the Ripper” for “corporations are people” line.  —  The Super PAC formerly run by Stephen Colbert, Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow, has released its first ad to air in South Carolina this week.
Brendan Sasso / Ballot Box:
Perry vows to fight on, regardless of result in South Carolina primary  —  Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Sunday vowed to continue his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination in Florida, regardless of his finish in the South Carolina primary.  —  “That's our intention,” he told Candy Crowley on CNN's State of the Union.
Amy Bingham / ABCNEWS:
SuperPAC Satire: Colbert Tells ABC About Faux Run  —  Running for president is hard work.  But for comedian Stephen Colbert, who announced his plans to “explore” a presidential bid in South Carolina earlier this week, it's not the long hours of campaigning or the intense public scrutiny …
Discussion: Taylor Marsh and The Politico
New York Times:
Conservative Religious Leaders, Seeking Unity, Vote to Back Santorum
New York Times:
The 1 Percent Paint a More Nuanced Portrait of the Rich  —  KINGS POINT, N.Y. — Adam Katz is happy to talk to reporters when he is promoting his business, a charter flight company based on Long Island called Talon Air.  —  But when the subject was his position as one of America's top earners, he balked.
Candice M. Giove / New York Post:
‘Occupy’ art a stinker  —  It's political dis-scent: An olfactory artist has transported the stench of Occupy Wall Street from Zuccotti Park to a Staten Island art gallery.  —  “The Smell of a Critical Moment,” which opened yesterday at Doorways on Van Duzer Street, features 99 T-shirts …
The State:
Huntsman could bring us back together  —  AFTER MONTHS of flirting with candidates who considered inexperience an asset, obstinance and vitriol a virtue and extremism — even flakiness — a job requirement, Republican voters seem to be settling down.  Increasingly, they are rallying around …
Bloomberg:
Jamie Dimon's Plan to Fix the Housing Market  —  Jamie Dimon has a plan to fix the U.S. housing market: lock mortgage lenders and regulators behind closed doors until they figure it out.  —  “I would convene all the people involved in the business, I would close the door …
Discussion: emptywheel
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Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
White House signals more aggressive stance to protect homeowners
Discussion: Prairie Weather
Nycsouthpaw / BuzzFeed:
Huffington Post Twitter Feed Got Hacked  —  The widely followed Twitter account @HuffingtonPost has been posting homophobic and strange messages Sunday afternoon.  One tweet attributes the hacking to the “New York Post.”
Anthony Shadid / New York Times:
Syria, in Deep Crisis, May Be Slipping Out of Control  —  BEIRUT, Lebanon — The failure of an Arab League mission to stanch violence in Syria, an international community with little leverage and a government as defiant as its opposition is in disarray have left Syria descending into a protracted …
Discussion: The Monkey Cage and Truthdig
Associated Press:
Pakistan Taliban Leader Reportedly Killed in U.S. Drone Strike  —  ISLAMABAD - Intercepted militant radio communications indicate the leader of the Pakistani Taliban may have been killed in a recent U.S. drone strike, Pakistani intelligence officials said Sunday.  A Taliban official denied that.
 
 
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Christian Davenport / Washington Post:
As demand for e-books soars, libraries struggle to stock their virtual shelves
Discussion: Law Librarian Blog
Christopher Seward / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
State Rep. Kip Smith charged with DUI in Buckhead
Discussion: ThinkProgress
Sally Jenkins / Washington Post:
Joe Paterno's first interview since the Penn State-Sandusky scandal
Jennifer Steinhauer / New York Times:
House Republicans Fear Another Session of Infighting
Discussion: Daily Kos
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Sen. Reid blasts Republican lawmakers for ‘obstructionism on steroids’
Discussion: The Politico
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Friday night doc dump: WH knew before Solyndra workers flew
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Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
With ‘angry black woman’ remark, Michelle Obama addresses race head-on
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