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10:00 AM ET, January 6, 2014


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First on CNN: Liz Cheney to abandon Senate bid  —  New York (CNN) — Liz Cheney, whose upstart bid to unseat Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi sparked a round of warfare in the Republican Party and even within her own family, is dropping out of the Senate primary, sources told CNN late Sunday.
Liz Cheney: ‘I have decided to discontinue my campaign’  —  Liz Cheney is ending her campaign for Senate in Wyoming, the Republican announced in a statement early Monday morning.  —  Citing health concerns in her family, Cheney said the issues arising prompted her to end her GOP primary challenge to Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wyo.).
Ron Johnson / Wall Street Journal:
I'm Suing Over ObamaCare Exemptions for Congress  —  If the president wants to change the health-care law, he must ask Congress to do it.  —  On Monday, Jan. 6, I am filing suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin to make Congress live by the letter of the health-care law it imposed on the rest of America.
Scott Johnson / Power Line:
Lies of Obamacare: Biggest and best  —  Nancy Pelosi famously asserted that “we have to pass [Obamacare] so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy.”  This much is true: we had to pass Obamacare to find out the biggest lies told on its behalf.
Michael Gartland / New York Post:
ObamaCare's four biggest lies
Discussion: Reason
David /
Bob Schieffer Calls Out Peggy Noonan For Smearing De Blasio As A ‘former Sandinista’  —  Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan, a former speechwriter and aide to President Ronald Reagan, was forced to backtrack and admit that she was wrong on Sunday after she called New York City Mayor a “former Sandinista.”
Discussion: The Moderate Voice and Liberaland
Robert Stacy McCain / American Spectator:
DeBlasio's Horse-Drawn Carriage Ban: Is It Really About Campaign Cash?
Discussion: The Other McCain
Molly Ball / The Atlantic Online:
The Agony of Frank Luntz  —  Frank Luntz does not want the buffet.  We are on the top floor of the Capitol Hill Club, the members-only Republican hangout a block from the Capitol, where a meaty smell is emanating from steam trays.  Today's main course is ham, and Luntz shakes his head.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and ABC News
Maggie Haberman / Politico:
HILLARY CLINTON'S SHADOW CAMPAIGN  —  Early last summer in her Georgian-style home near Washington's Embassy Row, Hillary Clinton met with a handful of aides for a detailed presentation on preparing for a 2016 presidential campaign.  —  Three officials from the Democratic consulting firm …
Discussion: CNN and TalkLeft
Russell Berman / The Hill:
House Republicans must choose ambition or caution in 2014  —  As House Republicans return to Washington for the new year, their leaders must decide how ambitious the party will be in the 10 months before their majority faces voters in November.  —  The smart money is on a cautious election-year strategy …
Matea Gold / Washington Post:
Koch-backed political network, designed to shield donors, raised $400 million in 2012  —  The political network spearheaded by conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch has expanded into a far-reaching operation of unrivaled complexity, built around a maze of groups that cloaks its donors …
Carl Campanile / New York Post:
Gov. Cuomo to approve medical marijuana  —  Gov. Cuomo plans to legalize medical marijuana for the seriously ill, state officials said Saturday.  —  The governor — long a hard-line opponent of any form of legalization — will announce the limited-use program in an executive action this week, officials said.
Discussion: TalkLeft
Tal Kopan / Politico:
Brian Schweitzer: 2016 bid would ruin life  —  Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer said Monday that while he hasn't decided yet whether he will run for president in 2016, he said a bid would “ruin” his life.  —  The Democrat has been stoking rumors that he might mount a 2016 campaign …
Linda Greenhouse / New York Times:
Crack Cocaine Limbo  —  President Obama earned a rare moment of bipartisan acclaim last month when he commuted the sentences of eight long-serving federal prisoners.  Their crack cocaine offenses had resulted in the harsh penalties mandated by a sentencing formula that Congress repudiated when it passed the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010.
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Woman Accidentally Shoots Husband In Arizona  —  A San Tan Valley, Ariz. woman, Melisah Havens, on Friday accidentally shot her husband outside their residence because she thought he was an intruder trying to burglarize her vehicle, police told KTVK Phoenix.
Discussion: Liberaland
Jennifer Thomas / KASW-TV:
PCSO: San Tan Valley woman arrested after shooting husband with shotgun
Discussion: Global Grind
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Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Can Obama raise his job-approval ratings enough for a political recovery?
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Ben Goad / The Hill:
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Agence France Presse:
Bangladesh ruling party defiant after vote bloodshed
Discussion: Atlas Shrugs and Jihad Watch
Lawrence Summers / Washington Post:
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John Rizzo / Politico:
I Could Have Stopped Waterboarding Before It Happened
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Same-sex marriage opponents call for an uprising
 Earlier Items: 
Chad Terhune / Los Angeles Times:
California extends payment deadline for Obamacare policies to Jan. 15
Discussion: CBS Sacramento
January 5: Janet Napolitano, Gene Sperling, Jim Cramer, Delos Cosgrove, John Noseworthy …
Discussion: Althouse and BizzyBlog
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Romney Wishes He Could ‘Turn Back The Clock’