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11:10 AM ET, February 11, 2014


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Wall Street Journal:
Another day, another lawless exemption, once again for business.  —  'ObamaCare" is useful shorthand for the Affordable Care Act not least because the law increasingly means whatever President Obama says it does on any given day.  His latest lawless rewrite arrived on Monday as the White House decided …
Ian Swanson / The Hill:
Team Clinton started talks on 2016 White House run night of Obama's victory  —  Members of Team Clinton started talking about a 2016 presidential bid months before the former first lady left the State Department.  —  The night President Obama won his second term, Allida Black and Adam Parkhomenko …
Discussion: ABC News, CNN and Talking Points Memo
Humberto Sanchez / Roll Call:
Cruz Does Boehner No Favors  —  After championing the Affordable Care Act defunding strategy that led to the government shutdown in October, Sen. Ted Cruz continues to do Speaker John A. Boehner no favors — and some of Boehner's allies think the tea party Texan should mind his own business.
Washington Post:
White House delays health insurance mandate for medium-sized employers until 2016
Robert Pear / New York Times:
Further Delays for Employers in Health Law
Deirdre Walsh / CNN:
Hoyer predicts Democrats positioned to win back the House in 2014
Ben Goad / The Hill:   ObamaCare's employer mandate pushed back for the second time
Aljean Harmetz / New York Times:
Shirley Temple Black, Screen Darling, Dies at 85  —  Shirley Temple Black, who as a dimpled, precocious and determined little girl in the 1930s sang and tap-danced her way to a height of Hollywood stardom and worldwide fame that no other child has reached, died on Monday night at her home in Woodside, Calif. She was 85.
Ben Brumfield / CNN:
Shirley Temple Black dies at 85  —  (CNN) — Shirley Temple Black, who rose to fame as arguably the most popular child star in Hollywood history, died late Monday night, her publicist said.  —  She was 85.  —  Temple Black, who also enjoyed a long career as a diplomat, died of natural causes at her Woodside, California, home.
Discussion: Mashable, Scared Monkeys and KFOR-TV
James Taranto / Wall Street Journal:
A balanced look at college sex offenses.  —  The headline in the New York Times's Education Life section reads “Stepping Up to Stop Sexual Assault.”  The story, by reporter Michael Winerip, is more balanced than that.  —  Unlike many journalists writing about this subject, Winerip acknowledges the problem of wrongful accusation.
Michael Winerip / New York Times:
Stepping Up to Stop Sexual Assault  —  BYSTANDER INTERVENTION is so easy to grasp, even by the most inexperienced college freshman, that the program may well be the best hope for reducing sexual assaults on campuses.  Mostly it is common sense: If a drunk young man at a party is pawing a drunk young woman …
Discussion: Slate and City Journal
Tom Kludt / Talking Points Memo:
McCaskill: I Wouldn't Campaign With Obama This Year  —  Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) said Tuesday that she wouldn't roll out the welcome mat for President Obama if she were seeking re-election in Missouri this year.  —  McCaskill was asked during an appearance on MSNBC's “Morning Joe” …
Tal Kopan / Politico:
Claire McCaskill: Democratic candidates don't need Obama
Jonathan Easley / The Hill: to be out of service  — will be out of service for two and a half days beginning on Feb. 15 — the last day people can sign up to obtain coverage that begins on March 1.  —  The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services announced in a blog post on Monday …
Immigration groups turn to anger  —  Immigration reform advocates are done playing nice with House Republicans.  —  After holding their fire for years at the urging of the Obama administration, several immigration reform groups now plan to unleash their anger at the right.
Jonathan Weisman / New York Times:
House Republicans Seek to Trade Debt Deal for Repeal on Military Pensions  —  WASHINGTON — The House is likely to vote Wednesday on a plan to extend the government's borrowing authority into 2015 in exchange for reversing a cut to the pensions of working-age military veterans that Congress approved …
Washington Post:
House GOP homes in on debt-ceiling plan tied to military pension benefits
Evan Perez / CNN:
Holder calls for restoring ex-cons' voting rights  —  Washington (CNN) - One of Washington's oddities of late is Attorney General Eric Holder's liberal social justice goals finding unity with the tea party movement's curb-big-government proposals led by Sens. Rand Paul and Mike Lee.
Discussion: Politico
Adam Goldman / Washington Post:
Video shows U.S. abduction of accused al-Qaeda terrorist on trial for embassy bombings  —  After dawn prayers Oct. 5, Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, a wanted al-Qaeda terrorism suspect, returned to his family's home in Tripoli, Libya.  —  He stopped his car in front of the house …
The Atlantic Online:
Why Democrats Will Win on Unemployment Insurance  —  For the fifth time this year, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid brought an unemployment-insurance extension to the floor last week, even though several members of his party admitted that they didn't have the votes to pass it.  —  They came close.
Will Baude / Washington Post:
Supreme Court Rule 28.8 may be invalid  —  The Supreme Court recently codified a rule — apparently reflecting its longstanding practice — that you can only orally argue before the court if you are a lawyer.  That is, if your case gets to the Supreme Court, you don't have a right to argue it pro se …
Discussion: New York Times
Tom Kludt / Talking Points Memo:
RNC Chairman: Yeah, We'll Use Lewinsky Against Hillary Clinton (VIDEO)  —  Rand Paul won't stop talking about Bill Clinton's “predatory behavior,” and that's quite alright with Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus.  —  Priebus said Monday on MSNBC that the Monica Lewinsky scandal …
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