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9:10 AM ET, October 29, 2014

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Jeffrey Goldberg / The Atlantic Online:
The Crisis in U.S.-Israel Relations Is Officially Here  —  The Obama administration's anger is “red-hot” over Israel's settlement policies, and the Netanyahu government openly expresses contempt for Obama's understanding of the Middle East.  Profound changes in the relationship may be coming.
CNN:
Ferguson police chief expected to step down, officials say  —  (CNN) — The police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, is expected to step down as part of the effort by city officials to reform the police department, according to government officials familiar with the ongoing discussions between local, state and federal officials.
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Tom Kludt / Talking Points Memo:
Columnist Sets Off Storm Calling Michael Brown ‘Animal’ Who Had To Be ‘Put Down’
Discussion: Raw Story and New York Magazine
Joe Millitzer / FOX2now.com:
CNN: Ferguson police chief expected to step down
Discussion: Mediaite and Mashable
Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
Hackers breach some White House computers  —  Hackers thought to be working for the Russian government breached the unclassified White House computer networks in recent weeks, sources said, resulting in temporary disruptions to some services while cyber teams worked to contain the intrusion.
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John Hinderaker / Power Line:   Is the Washington Press Corps Covering Up Another Obama Administration Fiasco? [Updated]
Steve Holland / Reuters:
Suspicious cyber activity at White House detected, addressed
Discussion: Power Line
Alice Ollstein / ThinkProgress:
BREAKING: Court Refuses To Intervene In Case of 40,000 Missing Voters In Georgia  —  Dr. Francys Johnson with the NAACP leads an occupation of the Georgia State Capitol to protest voter suppression.  —  CREDIT: Alice Ollstein  —  ATLANTA, GEORGIA—On Tuesday, Judge Christopher Brasher …
Discussion: RedState, Daily Kos and Raw Story
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Kristina Torres / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Georgia judge declines to intervene in ‘missing’ voters lawsuit
Lanny Davis / The Hill:
To Republicans: Watch out for traps after midterms  —  Most pundits are predicting a Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate next Tuesday.  I am ready to go on record against the conventional wisdom: I predict Democrats will surprise the pundits on election night and hold the Senate …
Derek Thompson / The Atlantic Online:
Homeownership in America Has Collapsed—Don't Blame Millennials  —  Homeownership Rate, Seasonally Adjusted  —  The U.S. homeownership rate has fallen to a 19-year low.  Why?  —  Let's begin with the youths, as we must.  It is a truth universally acknowledged that a journalist in possession …
ProPublica:
The Red Cross' Secret Disaster  —  IN 2012, TWO MASSIVE STORMS pounded the United States, leaving hundreds of thousands of people homeless, hungry or without power for days and weeks.  —  Americans did what they so often do after disasters.  They sent hundreds of millions of dollars to the Red Cross …
Discussion: Bloomberg View and NPR
Adam Withnall / The Independent:
Pope Francis declares evolution and Big Bang theory are right and God isn't ‘a magician with a magic wand’  —  Francis goes against Benedict XVI's apparent support for ‘intelligent design’ - but does hail his predecessor's ‘great contribution to theology’  —  The theories of evolution …
Discussion: NPR and Gawker
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Josephine McKenna / USA Today:
Pope says evolution, Big Bang are real
Kendall Breitman / Politico:
Jeb: Obama ‘incompetent’ on Ebola  —  Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is calling President Barack Obama's initial response to Ebola “incompetent.”  —  “It looked very incompetent to begin with, and that fueled fears that may not be justified,” Bush said during a discussion at Vanderbilt University, according to The Tennessean.
Discussion: Tennessean.com
Derek Willis / New York Times:
Outside Spending Shows How Few of the House Races Are Competitive  —  How small is the field of competitive House races?  So narrow that just 25 contests account for 80 percent of all reported outside spending in the general election.  —  The Cook Political Report rates 38 seats either …
Michael S. Schmidt / New York Times:
Investigator in Secret Service Prostitution Scandal Resigns  —  WASHINGTON — The investigator who led the Department of Homeland Security's internal review of the Secret Service's 2012 prostitution scandal quietly resigned in August after he was implicated in his own incident involving a prostitute …
Discussion: Washington Post, Gawker and Mediaite
RebelPundit:
Chicago Activists Unchained, Destroy Black Leadership  —  Chicago activists Paul McKinley, Mark Carter, Joseph Watkins and Harold “Noonie” Ward recently went on the record with RebelPundit to deliver a message to black communities across the country.  —  That message shed's light on who they say are the …
FiveThirtyEight:
Senate Update: The Momentum Mirage  —  You might be hearing that Democrats or Republicans have “momentum” heading into the final week of the 2014 campaign.  On Tuesday, for example, a Washington Post headline asserted “Midterm momentum belongs to GOP.”  That was based on a generic ballot poll showing …
Eric Lipton / New York Times:
Lobbyists, Bearing Gifts, Pursue Attorneys General  —  When the executives of the company that makes 5-Hour Energy, the popular caffeinated drinks, learned that attorneys general in more than 30 states were investigating allegations of deceptive advertising — a serious financial threat …
Dennis Romero / LA Weekly:
Liberal Cities Like L.A. Face Much Higher Housing Prices  —  The Democrat-Republican divide often comes down to the difference in how we believe America can best prosper.  Democrats say the collective power of the people can protect the financial interests of the everyday worker.
Quinnipiac News + Events:
Release Detail  —  October 29, 2014 - Ernst Inching Ahead In Iowa Senate Race, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Branstad, The Iowa Institution, Cruising To Reelection  —  Iowa Republican State Sen. Joni Ernst is inching ahead among likely voters in the U.S. Senate race and now has 49 percent …
Sarah Varney / Politico:
Mississippi, burned  —  How the poorest, sickest state got left behind by Obamacare.  —  By SARAH VARNEY NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2014 … The first year of the Affordable Care Act was, by almost every measure, an unmitigated disaster in Mississippi.  In a state stricken by diabetes, heart disease …
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money and NPR
Reid Wilson / Washington Post:
Election could tip historic number of legislatures into Republican hands  —  Republicans have the opportunity to take control of a record number of state legislative chambers across the country this year, as Democrats play defense in unfavorable terrain.  —  The Republican landslide in 2010 …
Sahil Kapur / Talking Points Memo:
McConnell: ‘No One Thinks’ A GOP Senate Could Repeal Obamacare  —  Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) downplayed the prospects of repealing Obamacare if Republicans win control of the Senate next week, which they are slightly favored to do in numerous forecasts.
Discussion: Hit & Run and New York Magazine
Kenneth Chang / New York Times:
Antares Rocket, Bound for Space Station, Explodes  —  An unmanned cargo rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station exploded seconds after liftoff Tuesday night.  —  The Antares rocket, carrying 5,055 pounds of supplies, science experiments and equipment …
 
 
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To frighten voters, the GOP conjures up a wide-open border
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Wall Street Journal:
Insider-Trading Probe Focuses on Medicare Agency
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AEI:
For richer, for poorer: How family structures economic success in America
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press:
Fewer Voters Report Getting Robo-Calls, Campaign Ads Still Pervasive
Discussion: OnPolitics and New York Times
Hugh Hewitt / Townhall.com:
How High Will Your Health Insurance Premiums Go In 2015?
Dave Johnson / Campaign for America's Future:
Polling Irony: People Think Economy Is Rigged; Trust The GOP To Fix It
Andrew Rice / New York Magazine:
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Dan Harrison / Sydney Morning Herald:
Australia shuts borders to Ebola-affected countries
Scott Wong / The Hill:
Boehner seeks to run up score
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Sarah Palin: Haters may drive me to run again
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Melissa Rivers to file multimillion-dollar wrongful death lawsuit
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Anchorage Daily News:
Alaska voters upset about public-shaming mailers, but experts say they work
Barbara Starr / CNN:
Army major general speaks to CNN from inside Ebola quarantine
Discussion: The PJ Tatler and Guardian