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1:00 PM ET, August 14, 2013

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Sky News:
Sky News Cameraman Killed In Egypt  —  Sky News cameraman Mick Deane has been shot and killed in Egypt this morning.  —  Mick had worked for Sky for 15 years, based in Washington and then Jerusalem.  —  He was part of our team covering the violence in Cairo.  The rest of the team are unhurt.
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Josh Levs / CNN:
Tent camps turned to bloody war zone: ‘Just the beginning’ for Egypt  —  Are you there?  Send us your images, but please stay safe.  —  Cairo (CNN) — In a matter of hours Wednesday, two peaceful protest camps in Cairo turned into unrecognizable war zones.  And the violence is still under way.
Agence France Presse:
Morsi supporters ‘torch three churches’ in Egypt
Discussion: National Review and Jihad Watch
Abigail Hauslohner / Washington Post:
Egyptian security forces storm protesters' camps
Reuters:
Egypt imposes state of emergency after 95 people killed
Discussion: BBC, Crooks and Liars and msnbc.com
Guardian:   Egypt security forces clear Cairo protests - live
New York Times:
Egyptian Security Forces Storm Pro-Morsi Sit-Ins
Discussion: Gawker and The Hugh Hewitt Show
Nicole Flatow / ThinkProgress:
92-Year-Old Who Once Faced Literacy Tests Sues North Carolina Over New Wave Of Voter Suppression  —  When Rosanell Eaton was 21 years old and living in segregated North Carolina, she became one of the first African Americans in her county registered to vote, after successfully completing …
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Campbell Robertson / New York Times:
North Carolinians Fear the End of a Middle Way  —  EDEN, N.C. — When Pat McCrory, a Republican former mayor of Charlotte, was elected governor last year, he pledged to “bring this state together,” and to focus on bread-and-butter issues amid an ailing economy.
Jamelle Bouie / The Daily Beast:
North Carolina's Attack on Voting Rights
Advancement Project News:
Lawsuit Against First Discriminatory Voter Law Passed After SCOTUS Shelby Decision Filed
Discussion: Facing South, The Fix and Guardian
Peter Grier / Christian Science Monitor:
Obama-mask clown gets lifetime Missouri fair ban.  Just, or too harsh?  —  An Obama-mask clown at the Missouri State Fair was banned for life, after photos and video asking a crowd if they wanted to see Obama ‘run down by a bull’ went viral.  The crowd cheered.  Fair officials dubbed the stunt ‘unconscionable.’
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Bill Glauber / JSOnline:
Ron Johnson, other Republicans say government shutdown unlikely  —  By Bill Glauber of the Journal Sentinel  —  U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson rode opposition to President Barack Obama's signature health care law to victory in 2010.  —  But Johnson indicated Tuesday that shutting down the federal government …
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Taegan Goddard's Political Wire:
GOP Senator Says Defunding Obamacare is Impossible
Discussion: National Review
Maggie Haberman / Politico:
Clintonworld vs. Weiner  —  A Hillary Clinton spokesman took a shot at Anthony Weiner on Tuesday for claiming he knew what role his wife Huma Abedin would play in a 2016 Clinton presidential run, denying he had any inside knowledge.  —  “We have absolutely no clue what he was talking about,” spokesman Nick Merrill said.
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Kathleen Parker / Washington Post:
Hillary Clinton power in 2016  —  Three years out and you'd think the deed was done: Madame President Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton.  —  She's everywhere these days because: (a) It's August; (b) reporters are bored with President Obama; (c) reporters are bored with Joe Biden; (d) Clintons are never boring.
Discussion: Washington Wire and Althouse
RIA Novosti / Russia & India Report:
In Russia, American runner dedicates silver medal to gay friends  —  US middle distance runner Nick Symmonds dedicated his 800-meter silver medal at the world athletics championships Tuesday to his gay and lesbian friends back home, becoming the first athlete to openly criticize Russia's controversial anti-gay law on the country's soil.
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Ben Jacobs / The Daily Beast:
Cory Booker Wins But Almost No One Votes  —  Few New Jerseyans bothered to vote in Tuesday's special primary election for the U.S. Senate.  —  As a sleeping aid, the New Jersey Senate primary on Tuesday may have been even more effective than warm milk or counting sheep.
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Jeffrey Rosen / The New Republic:
The Lies Aren't What Makes Obama's NSA Stance So Awful  —  President Obama's repeated comments that “there is no spying on Americans” and that “we don't have a domestic spying program,” as he told Jay Leno, were contradicted by two revelations at the end of last week.
Discussion: The Dish, Yahoo! News and emptywheel
New York Times:
Unease at Clinton Foundation Over Finances and Ambitions  —  Soon after the 10th anniversary of the foundation bearing his name, Bill Clinton met with a small group of aides and two lawyers from Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.  Two weeks of interviews with Clinton Foundation executives …
Megan McArdle / Bloomberg:
Air Travel Is Worse Than a Hummer With Wings  —  Christie Aschwanden decided to stay home for a year.  Not because she doesn't like to travel, but because she doesn't like what travel does to the environment: … Why does air travel get left out of the mix when we're talking about reducing our carbon footprint?
Discussion: Althouse, alicublog and National Review
Josh Eidelson / Salon:
Fast food strikes to massively expand: “They're thinking much bigger”  —  Top union officials tell Salon the largest mobilization of fast food workers in U.S. history is about to get huge  —  Fast food strikers will escalate their campaign within the next week and a half, according to the key union backing their recent walkouts.
Discussion: susiemadrak.com
Adam Beam / The State:
SC state senator taking on Graham  —  State Sen. Lee Bright announced his candidacy Tuesday for the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate, calling incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham “a community organizer for the Muslim Brotherhood.”  —  “During the (congressional) recess …
Thomas L. Friedman / New York Times:
Obama, Snowden and Putin  —  You only get one chance to make a second impression.  It seems to me that Edward Snowden should use his and that Russian President Vladimir Putin has blown his.  —  Considering the breadth of reforms that President Obama is now proposing to prevent privacy abuses …
Discussion: Hit & Run and msnbc.com
Peter Orszag / Bloomberg:
With So Many Job Openings, Why So Little Hiring?  —  An odd puzzle is taking shape in the labor market: Over the past three years, the number of job openings has risen almost 50 percent, but actual hiring has gone up by less than 5 percent.  Companies are advertising a lot more jobs, in other words, but not filling them.
Discussion: National Review
Ben White / Politico:
Glass-Steagall resolution pulled - No charges for JPM ‘Whale’ - Break-up-the-banks fever hits states  —  GLASS-STEAGALL RESOLUTION PULLED — M.M. heard last night that Delaware GOP State Sen. Catherine Cloutier pulled her resolution supporting the re-introduction of Glass-Steagall from consideration …
Discussion: ThinkProgress and Right Turn
U.S. News:
Pentagon to extend benefits to same-sex military couples — including 10 days of marriage leave  —  The U.S. Department of Defense is set to announce Wednesday that same-sex spouses of military service members will become eligible for a range of federal benefits as early as September, a senior official told NBC News.
Discussion: Towleroad News #gay and Daily Kos
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
Rand Paul: 'I'm not a birther,' declines to address Cruz's eligibility for president  —  Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Tuesday sidestepped questions about fellow Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) eligibility to run for president, saying he was not a “birther.”  —  “You won't find me questioning his eligibility.
Discussion: Politico and The Raw Story
 
 
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Braden Goyette / The Huffington Post:
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Michael O'Brien / First Read:
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Discussion: Right Turn
Politico:
Empty jobs plague Obama administration
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