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9:35 AM ET, October 27, 2014


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New York Times:
Under Pressure, Cuomo Says Ebola Quarantines Can Be Spent at Home  —  Facing fierce resistance from the White House and medical experts to a strict new mandatory quarantine policy, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Sunday night that medical workers who had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa …
Sara Fischer / CNN:
Ebola gets political: Quarantined nurse takes on Christie; White House weighs in  —  Washington (CNN) — It's a he-said, she-said, the thermometer-said kind of quarrel.  And it's a quarantined nurse vs. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.  —  A battle of words broke out Sunday between the nurse …
Discussion: CBS Philly, Mashable and Mediaite
Quarantined nurse to CNN: ‘My basic human rights’ are being violated
The Boston Globe:
Charlie Baker for governor  —  To move Mass. forward, state government must work better
Discussion: CNN, Hot Air and National Review
James Hamblin / The Atlantic Online:
21 Days  —  A biological warfare expert's warning against false comfort in Ebola messaging  —  “I want to be pleasant through this whole thing,” California representative Darrell Issa said on Friday, unpleasantly, to a panel of medical experts at a congressional oversight-committee hearing.
Peter Baker / New York Times:
The Bushes, Led by W., Rally to Make Jeb ‘45’  —  WASHINGTON — When Jeb Bush decides whether to run for president, there will be no family meeting à la Mitt Romney, no gathering at Walker's Point in Kennebunkport to go over the pros and cons.  “I don't think it'll be like a big internal straw poll,” said his son, Jeb Bush Jr.
John B. Judis / The New Republic:
Yes, Texas Could Turn Blue  —  But demographics alone are not the answer  —  “Do you really think Wendy Davis is going to win?”  I asked Jenn Brown, the executive director of Battleground Texas.  “I sure do,” she replied.  Brown and her top staff may be the only people in Texas …
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Ideology and Investment  —  America used to be a country that built for the future.  Sometimes the government built directly: Public projects, from the Erie Canal to the Interstate Highway System, provided the backbone for economic growth.  Sometimes it provided incentives to the private sector …
Discussion: New York Magazine
Michael Hirsh / Politico:
Team of Bumblers?  —  Are Susan Rice and Chuck Hagel equal to today's new national-security challenges?  —  When President Obama, after months of equivocation over how to respond to the takeover of parts of Iraq and Syria by radical militants, announced in September that the United States would …
Discussion: Betsy's Page
Eric Lichtblau / New York Times:
In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis  —  WASHINGTON — In the decades after World War II, the C.I.A. and other United States agencies employed at least a thousand Nazis as Cold War spies and informants and, as recently as the 1990s, concealed the government's ties to some still living in America …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Juan Williams / The Hill:
Republican games pose health risk  —  Republicans on the campaign trail tell voters that the Senate gets nothing done because Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D- Nev.) blocks votes on GOP legislation.  —  Away from the Halloween funhouse mirror, the reality is this: Reid is willing to hold votes …
New York Times:
Is the Affordable Care Act Working?  —  After a year fully in place, the Affordable Care Act has largely succeeded in delivering on President Obama's main promises, an analysis by a team of reporters and data researchers shows.  But it has also fallen short in some ways and given rise to a powerful conservative backlash.
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and RedState
Des Moines Register:
Endorsement: Bruce Braley is better choice  —  The campaign between Bruce Braley and Joni Ernst for the U.S. Senate has been an exhibition of American politics at its worst.  It has been a $28 million parade of dismal attack ads that have reduced the candidates to evil caricatures.
Discussion: Washington Post
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Detroit Free Press:
Endorsement: In a close call, Snyder better choice for state
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The Atlantic Online:
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Fox News:
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Josh Israel / ThinkProgress:
Fox News Host Calls Out Chris Christie For Putting Millionaires Over State's Economy
Discussion: PoliticusUSA
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