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1:30 AM ET, January 26, 2015


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Daily Mail:
Eurozone braced for ‘catastrophe’ as Greek PM concedes defeat in crucial election with radical left-wing anti-austerity party on brink of historic victory  —  An anti-austerity party is on the brink of a landmark election victory in Greece as critics claim it could haul the country out of the Eurozone and leave it bankrupt.
Charles Forelle / Wall Street Journal:
Leftists Sweep to Power in Greece  —  Syriza Clinches Coalition Deal With Independent Greeks  —  Nektaria Stamouli and Alkman Granitsas  —  ATHENS—Greek voters were set to hand power to a radical leftist party in national elections on Sunday, a popular rebellion against the bitter economic medicine Greece …
Discussion: Addicting Info and Calculated Risk
Syriza Rides Anti-Austerity Wave to Decisive Victory in Greece
Discussion: CEPR, Bloomberg View and The PJ Tatler
New York Times:   Greeks Vote In Austerity Foes, a Major Shift
David Rogers / Politico:
‘There appear to be no rules anymore’  —  What Boehner's invitation to Netanyahu says about Washington's mess.  —  Soon after becoming House Speaker in 2011, Republican John Boehner started running the traps on inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak to a joint meeting of Congress.
Discussion: RedState and Hullabaloo
Jerusalem Post:
Fox news anchor blasts Netanyahu's ‘dicey’ politics of ‘sneaking’ into Congress for speech  —  New York Times: Netanyahu speech to Congress will har...  'Netanyahu damaging Israel's ties with US for one ele...  Chris Wallace expresses “shock” over the prime minister's decision to come to Washington over Obama's head.
New York Times:
Two Employees Dead in Shooting at Home Depot in Chelsea  —  Two people were killed in a shooting at a Manhattan Home Depot on Sunday in what appeared to be a dispute between two employees, the authorities said.  —  Gunfire erupted in the lighting department at the Home Depot store …
Discussion: Gothamist and FOX News Radio
Jennifer Shutt / Politico:
Denis McDonough's slip of the tongue  —  White House chief of staff Denis McDonough suffered a slip of the tongue Sunday when he offered the first name of an American woman held hostage by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.  —  In an interview with host George Stephanopoulos on ABC's …
ABC News:
‘This Week’ Transcript: White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough
Discussion: Politico
Liz Markhlevskaya / Foster's Daily Democrat:
Couple returns Burger King's $2,631 deposit  —  —  ROCHESTER — After going through the drive-through at Burger King Friday, a local woman discovered that instead of the sweet tea and junior spicy chicken sandwich that she ordered, she got a bag full of money.
Roger Simon / Politico:
GOP clown car runs into ditch  —  Simon says the Republican Party's clown car has become a clown van.  —  DES MOINES — The Republican Party's clown car has become a clown van.  —  With nearly two dozen possible presidential candidates, the GOP is having a seriousness deficit.
Evan McMurry / Mediaite:
Stephanopoulos Presses Jindal on ‘Our God Wins’ Comment  —  Louisiana Governor and potential 2016 candidate Bobby Jindal spoke to George Stephanopoulos one day after holding a prayer rally instead of attending the Iowa Freedom Summit with his Republican comrades.
Discussion: FOX News Radio
The Weather Channel:
Winter Storm Juno: Blizzard Warnings For New York City, Boston, Parts of 7 States for Potentially Historic Northeast Snowstorm  —  {{ + " “}}  —  New York City is under a blizzard warning and Boston is under a blizzard watch in anticipation of Winter Storm Juno …
David McCormack For / Daily Mail:
Father-of-two has been living in a church for six months in order to avoid deportation back to Mexico  — Arturo Hernandez Garcia, 42, left his wife and two children and moved into the sanctuary of the First Unitarian Society of Denver in October  — Has been living in the U.S. illegally since 1999 …
Discussion: FOX News Radio
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / Associated Press:
Middle-class savings like blood in the water: Column  —  Obama goes where the money is to pay for ‘free’ education programs - your savings account.  —  CONNECT  —  Bank robber Willie Sutton is said to have explained his career this way: “That's where the money is.”
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Tim Devaney / The Hill:
McConnell: Obama sounds like he's running for a third term
New York Times:
Republican Governors Buck Party Line on Raising Taxes
Adam Nossiter / New York Times:
Boko Haram Attacks Major Nigerian City in a Sustained Assault
Discussion: Gawker, New York Magazine and Twitchy
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Jindal: If SCOTUS Strikes Down Gay Marriage Bans, We Should Amend Constitution
Discussion: Towleroad News #gay
Des Moines Register:
Last Slide  —  No one seemed to regret the absence of Mitt Romney …
Discussion: The Hill
 Earlier Items: 
Associated Press:
Senators: More special ops troops may be needed in Mideast
Timothy Cama / The Hill:
Pope's visit to stoke climate fight
Discussion: FOX News Radio
Agence France-Presse:
Brazil finds coffee protein with morphine effect
Noam Scheiber / New York Times:
De Blasio, Obama and a Flawed Vision of Liberalism
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money