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Jodi Rudoren / New York Times:
Netanyahu Says Never to a State for Palestinians  —  JERUSALEM — Under pressure on the eve of a surprisingly close election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Monday doubled down on his appeal to right-wing voters, declaring definitively that if he was returned to office he would never establish a Palestinian state .
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Barak Ravid / Haaretz:
Netanyahu: If I'm elected, there will be no Palestinian state  —  In a definitive disavowal of his Bar-Ilan two-state speech, prime minister makes last-minute attempt to draw voters from Bennett's Habayit Hayeudi.  —  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhau said Monday that if he were to be reelected …
Brendan James / Talking Points Memo:
Chuck Norris Cuts Last-Minute Campaign Video For Netanyahu (VIDEO)  —  As Israelis prepared to head to the polls in a tightly contested national election, embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday got one last bit of help from septuagenarian tough guy Chuck Norris.
Kendall Breitman / Politico:
Benjamin Netanyahu: No Palestinian state on my watch
Paul Waldman / Washington Post:
If Netanyahu loses, will Republicans still be ‘pro-Israel’?
Multimedia Feed for The Kuhner Report:
Ted Cruz did not scare a little girl at event.  —  The mother of the child involved in the “World On Fire” comment from Ted Cruz speaks to Jeff about what really happened.  —  [0:04:49] ... this.  What kind of a mother argue that the air is your baby crying and you're not doing anything to comfort your frightened crying baby.
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Marc Perkel / Dvorak News Blog:
BREAKING NEWS: Spam Filtering Service had access to Clinton Classified Emails  —  Not often do we break news on Dvorak News but today we do.  Hillary Clinton used a spam filtering service MxLogic to filter her spam and viruses.  What this means is - employees at MxLogic, now owned by McAfee …
Kelsey Stein / al.com:
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's son arrested, charged with drug possession in Troy  —  The son of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was arrested Sunday for drug possession near the scene of an attempted break-in, court records show.  —  Caleb Moore, 24, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.
Avik Roy / Forbes:
Sources: HHS' Obamacare Contingency Plan Is To Ask States To Contract Exchange Work To The Feds  —  Something odd has been happening with the Supreme Court battle over the legality of subsidies for Obamacare's federally-organized health insurance exchange.  The Obama administration has been claiming …
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Sahil Kapur / Talking Points Memo:
Republican Governor Hopes Obamacare Lawsuit Fails In Supreme Court
Ian Millhiser / ThinkProgress:
Lawyer Attempting To Cripple Obamacare Cites Satirical Letter To Support His Supreme Court Case
Nat Brown / National Review:
The Cotton Letter Was Not Sent Anywhere, Especially Not to Iran  —  Tom Cotton on Face the Nation, March 15, 2015 (CBS)  —  Before U.S. Senator Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) and 46 of his GOP colleagues are frog-marched to the gallows and hanged for treason, one vital point of confusion must be cleared up.
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Adam B. Lerner / Politico:
Tom Cotton calls for defense spending boost  —  Tom Cotton has a simple message for Barack Obama: You're doing it all wrong.  —  The Arkansas Republican took to the Senate floor Monday — the ink barely dry on his controversial open letter to Iran — to advocate dramatic increases in defense spending …
Salt Lake Tribune:
WWW.SLTRIB.COM  —  I've learned the real reason why Mitt Romney chose not to run for president for a third time in 2016.  —  He's taking up boxing.  —  In fact, Romney is slated to fight former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield in the marquis event during a several-bout evening …
Evan McMorris-Santoro / BuzzFeed:
Furniture Company: Aaron Schock Likely Spent $5,000 On A Replica Of President Obama's Podium  —  The Illinois Republican has a podium that appears to be “The Presidential.”  —  Schock standing behind his custom podium back in his home district of Peoria, Illinois in 2013.
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Politico:
Investigators contact Aaron Schock associates
Shelby Sebens / Reuters:
Oregon Governor Signs Sweeping Automatic Voter Registration Into Law  —  Sweeping first-in-the nation legislation making voter registration automatic in Oregon was signed into law on Monday by Governor Kate Brown, potentially adding 300,000 new voters to state rolls.
Juan Williams / The Hill:
Boehner's sea of troubles  —  The TV drama “House of Cards,” with all of its fictional backstabbing, looks lame compared to the current, real-life political drama on Capitol Hill starring Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).  —  The Speaker has the biggest GOP caucus in Congress since the 1920s.
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Daniel Rivero / Fusion:
Down nearly 50 percent since Michael Brown's death, new data show.  —  FERGUSON, Mo. — Peering outside the office window of his tire shop, John Zisser grumbles about the pile of burnt rubble that lies on the opposite corner of a busy intersection.  —  “If you come here to my shop and you see that …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and Ed Driscoll
Ezra Klein / Vox:
Al Gore should run for president  —  Democrats need a debate about where their party goes next.  Obamacare's passage marked the rough completion of the social safety net that liberals began constructing during Franklin Delano Roosevelt's presidency.  The end of the Iraq War drained Democrats of their foreign policy fervor.
American Press Institute:
How Millennials Get News: Inside the habits of America's first digital generation  —  This research was conducted by the Media Insight Project — an initiative of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research  —  Introduction
Discussion: The Atlantic Online and Politico
Gregory Korte / USA Today:
White House office to delete its FOIA regulations  —  WASHINGTON — The White House is removing a federal regulation that subjects its Office of Administration to the Freedom of Information Act, making official a policy under Presidents Bush and Obama to reject all requests for records to that office.
Bloomberg Business:
Ikea Stamps Out Hide-and-Seek Games in Furniture Stores … (Bloomberg) — Ikea has stopped plans by thousands of people to play hide-and-seek in its maze-like stores in the Netherlands.  —  After a spirited round of the children's game attracted hundreds of people to a Belgian Ikea outlet last summer …
Nick Dutton / WTVR-TV:
Vicious fight at Chesterfield Waffle House leaves woman with concussion, back injury  —  CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. — A Chesterfield woman is recovering after a brutal attack captured on cell phone video at the Waffle House on Midlothian Turnpike.  Police said the incident happened during the early hours of March 8.
Discussion: KFOR-TV
Matt Richtel / New York Times:
A Police Gadget Tracks Phones?  Shhh!  It's Secret  —  A powerful new surveillance tool being adopted by police departments across the country comes with an unusual requirement: To buy it, law enforcement officials must sign a nondisclosure agreement preventing them from saying almost anything about the technology.
Discussion: Liberaland
Matt Wilstein / Mediaite:
‘Utter Baloney’: WH Shoots Down Valerie Jarrett Hillary Email Leak Story  —  “Obama adviser behind leak of Hillary Clinton's email scandal,” blasted an “exclusive” New York Post headline from Edward Klein this weekend.  According to the author's unnamed sources, it was President Barack Obama …
Michelle Malka Grossman / Jerusalem Post:
ISIS fighters dress as women in desperate attempt to flee battlefield  —  Report: 60 British women now in Syria in all-female I...  Report: ISIS stones gay man to death after throwing h...  Underneath the robes and veils, the men put on makeup, wore dresses and some even wore women's bras …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
James Pindell / Medium:
What Jeb Bush is like in person  —  HUDSON, N.H.—Being with former Florida governor Jeb Bush for his first trips to Iowa and New Hampshire last weekend and this one, I found his demeanor to be completely different from those of the dozens of other candidates I have covered in these two states as they tested the presidential waters.
 
 
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