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11:50 AM ET, November 10, 2013

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Molly K. Hooper / The Hill:
In shift, GOP wants O-Care fix  —  Republicans have shifted their strategy on ObamaCare.  —  Weeks ago, many Republicans said ObamaCare — including Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) — was too broken to fix.  But now, the GOP is drafting legislation that aims to do just that.
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Dan Balz / Washington Post:
For Obama, and Democrats, it's crunch time  —  President Obama likes to say he will never again be running for office, but every Democrat knows he will be on the ballot figuratively in 2014, and 2016, as well.  Right now they are rightly nervous about that prospect.
Byron Tau / Politico:
Kerry: No deal is better than a bad deal  —  Secretary of State John Kerry insists the United States was not rushing into a nuclear deal with Iran - saying that “no deal is better than a bad deal.”  —  “This is serious business,” Kerry said about the negotiations over the program.
Discussion: CNN
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New York Times:
Talks With Iran Fail to Produce a Nuclear Agreement  —  GENEVA — Marathon talks between major powers and Iran failed on Sunday to produce a deal to freeze its nuclear program, puncturing days of feverish anticipation and underscoring how hard it will be to forge a lasting solution to Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Jeffrey Goldberg / Bloomberg:
Will Obama Let Iran Hit the Trifecta?
Discussion: Hot Air
Washington Post:
Iranian nuclear talks end without a deal
Discussion: Power Line and Prairie Weather
The Hill:
Donors plot against GOP rebel  —  Business leaders are plotting to take down Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) as part of a broader effort to punish lawmakers over the government shutdown.  —  In a letter obtained by The Hill, prominent Michigan donors request financial backing for Amash's primary challenger, Brian Ellis.
Leigh Munsil / Politico:
Graham won't end Benghazi holds  —  Sen. Lindsey Graham says he still plans to use Senate holds on President Barack Obama's nominees until he gets answers on the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya.  —  Pressed on CNN's “State of the Union” Sunday, the South Carolina Republican …
Discussion: CNN and The Week
Cameron Joseph / The Hill:
Illinois Republican eyes return to Congress  —  Former Rep. Bob Dold (R-Ill.) wants to get back to Congress — to take on his own party.  —  Dold is attempting a comeback against former Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Ill.), who he lost to by less than 2,500 votes in a heavily Democratic suburban Chicago district last fall.
Jeff Zeleny / ABC News:
Gov. Rick Perry Questions NJ's Gov. Chris Christie's Ability to Appeal to Conservatives Nationwide  —  DES MOINES - Gov. Rick Perry of Texas credited Chris Christie for his re-election in New Jersey, but he pointedly questioned whether the 22-point victory by Christie held any greater meaning for the Republican Party.
NY Daily News:
Bryant Park skating rink shooting leaves two injured, including 14-year-old avid skater; shooter at large  —  A gunman shot a 20-year-old man in the arm and 14-year-old Adonis Mera in the back — and the teen's family fears he may never walk again.  Police are searching for the suspected shooter …
Tim Teeman / New York Times:
For Gore Vidal, a Final Plot Twist  —  Gore Vidal always kept a fire burning in the grate, his nephew Burr Steers said as we stood in the author's living room in Los Angeles, “even when it was 110 degrees outside.”  Mr. Vidal had suffered hypothermia while serving in the Army during World War II …
Discussion: Gawker
George F. Will / Washington Post:
The enigma of Janet Yellen as Fed chair  —  She who is about to become the most consequential woman in the history of American government will find it easier to be confirmed than it was to be nominated as the next chair of the Federal Reserve Board.  Janet Yellen probably was the president's second choice …
Discussion: Cafe Hayek
Emile Wamsteker / Bloomberg:
How Conservatives Can Fix Poverty and Win Elections  —  Garance Franke-Ruta at the Atlantic profiles a couple who may well get divorced to qualify for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.  Separately, they'll probably qualify for some subsidy; together, they don't.
 
 
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Joan Acocella / New Yorker:
A new translation of Boccaccio's Decameron.
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Keith Koffler / White House Dossier:
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