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12:05 PM ET, February 11, 2015


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Three college students killed in Chapel Hill shooting; 46-year-old man charged  —  CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A 46-year-old Chapel Hill man has been charged with three counts of first-degree murder after three college students were shot and killed Tuesday evening at a condominium complex on Summerwalk Circle in Chapel Hill, authorities said.
New York Times:
Man Charged in Deaths of 3 Students Near University of North Carolina  —  CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — A 46-year old man was arrested and charged in the fatal shooting of three students at a quiet condominium complex near the University of North Carolina campus, the police said on Wednesday …
Saeed Ahmed / CNN:
3 Muslim students shot to death in apartment near UNC Chapel Hill  —  Story highlights  —  (CNN)A 46-year-old man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of three Muslim students in an apartment near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus.
Sasha Goldstein / NY Daily News:
Neighbor killed 3 members of Muslim family near UNC-Chapel Hill campus over parking dispute, police say; murders spark ‘#MuslimLivesMatter’ hashtag  —  Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, a graduate student at UNC-Chapel Hill, his wife Yusor Abu-Salha, 21 and her sister, Razan Abu-Salha, 19 …
Adam Withnall / The Independent:
Chapel Hill shooting: Craig Stephen Hicks condemned all religions on Facebook prior to ‘Muslim mass-murder’ arrest  —  The man arrested on suspicion of killing three young Muslims in North Carolina described himself as an “anti-theist” and criticised all religions online.
Discussion: Hot Air
Rossalyn Warren / BuzzFeed:
Here Are The Three Victims Of The Chapel Hill Shooting  —  The three victims were Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23, Yusor Mohammad, 21, and Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19.  A friend identified them as Muslims.  —  On Tuesday evening, three people were shot to death near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Full Transcript Of BuzzFeed News' Interview With President Barack Obama  —  FULL TRANSCRIPT:  —  BuzzFeed News: So, eight years ago, today actually, you announced your campaign in Springfield.  I read that speech last night and I was struck by how much it's a generational call to your generation, I guess to some degree mine.
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed:
Obama Defends His Legacy: “These Are The Kinds Of Things You Learn”  —  WASHINGTON — On Feb. 10, 2007, Barack Obama stood outside the state capitol in Springfield, Illinois, and announced his candidacy for president, promising a generational call to change the “ways of Washington,” gauzily promising a “future of endless possibility.”
Justin Sink / The Hill:
Obama: I didn't mislead voters on gay marriage  —  President Obama is denying a former top political adviser's contention that he intentionally deceived voters about his position on gay marriage in an interview published Wednesday.  —  The president said David Axelrod, his former senior adviser …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
NBC News: Brian Williams suspended for 6 months without pay  —  NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams has been suspended for six months without pay following his false claims about an experience he had during the Iraq war, NBC News president Deborah Turness announced Tuesday night.
Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
D'Souza: Brian Williams a ‘Liberal Con Man Whose Con Is Finally Up’
Discussion: Tea Party
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Following Suspension, Brian Williams Probably Wishes He'd Gotten the Tonight Show Job He Wanted
Brendan James / Talking Points Memo:
Conservatives Dance On Grave Of ISIL Hostage: ‘Jew-Hating, Anti-Israel B**ch’  —  Not all conservatives used the death of American hostage Kayla Mueller to highlight the brutality of the Islamic State — some decided to focus their disgust on the 26-year-old's humanitarian work for Palestinians.
Discussion: Raw Story
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Jon Stewart leaving The Daily Show  —  Jon Stewart, the host of Comedy Central's ‘The Daily Show,’ will step down later this year, the president of the network confirmed in a statement to POLITICO on Tuesday.  —  “For the better part of the last two decades, I have had the incredible honor and privilege of working with Jon Stewart.
Dave Itzkoff / New York Times:
Jon Stewart Will Leave ‘The Daily Show’ on a Career High Note
The A.V. Club:
Jon Stewart says he's leaving The Daily Show
Adam Chandler / The Atlantic Online:
Exit Jon Stewart
Grandfather visiting Alabama from India stopped by police while taking walk, left partly paralyzed  —  Madison police last week roughed up a 57-year-old Indian citizen who was walking on the sidewalk outside his son's home, leaving the older man temporarily paralyzed and hospitalized with fused vertebrae.
Discussion: Common Dreams, Raw Story and Hullabaloo
The Hill:
GOP leaders at odds over immigration  —  Senate and House Republicans are fighting over who should move first to break the stalemate over funding the Department of Homeland Security.  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Tuesday the House will have to pass a new bill …
The Hill:
Obama's ISIS war powers request to ban ‘enduring’ troops
Discussion: ABC News and Hot Air
Don't disrespect our president, black lawmakers tell Netanyahu  —  The audience for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress on March 3 is shaping up to be largely Republican—and almost completely white.  —  Many members of the Congressional Black Caucus say they're planning …
Discussion: US News, CBS DC and The Atlantic Online
New York Times:
Emerging Hillary Clinton Team Shows Signs of Disquiet  —  Lingering tensions between Hillary Rodham Clinton's loyalists and the strategists who helped President Obama defeat her in 2008 have erupted into an intense public struggle over who will wield money and clout in her emerging 2016 presidential campaign.
Discussion: The Hugh Hewitt Show
Kenneth P. Vogel / Politico:
Clash of the Clinton fundraisers
Ed Kilgore / Talking Points Memo:
How Conservatives Are Pushing Liberals Out Of Christianity  —  Most of the public controversy over the president's remarks at this year's National Prayer Breakfast involved his reminder that Muslims were not alone in harboring “sinful tendenc[ies] that can pervert and distort our faith.”
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