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10:40 AM ET, March 19, 2015


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Michael Crowley / Politico:
Israel's shield no more?  —  Officials say they are revisiting the U.S. stance in light of Netanyahu rolling back his support of a Palestinian state.  —  In the wake of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decisive re-election, the Obama administration is revisiting longtime assumptions …
Foreign Policy:
From Tel Aviv to Turtle Bay  —  The White House hoped a new Israeli prime minister would resume peace talks with the Palestinians.  With Netanyahu holding on, the administration is weighing a turn to the U.N. to help force a deal.  —  After years of blocking U.N. efforts to pressure Israelis …
New York Times:
Obama May Find It Impossible to Mend Frayed Ties to Netanyahu  —  WASHINGTON — President Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel had a poisonous relationship long before Mr. Netanyahu swept to victory on Tuesday night in elections watched minute-by-minute at the White House.
Jonathan Alter / The Daily Beast:
Bibi's Ugly Win Will Harm Israel
Vicki Needham / The Hill:
Fiscal hawks scuttle House Republican budget efforts  —  Negotiations to resolve a dispute over defense spending blew up Wednesday night in the House Budget Committee, as the panel came up short of approving a nearly $3.8 trillion Republican blueprint.  —  Budget Chairman Tom Price (R-Ga.) …
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
House Republicans Unveil Plan for Replacing Obamacare  —  You'll get nothing and like it.  —  Shares  —  The Republican Party's greatest health-care triumph is that it has managed to pass off its position on health care as some kind of undefined work in progress rather than a decision that has been made.
Seung Min Kim / Politico:
GOP aims to sink Obamacare with reconciliation
Discussion: The Hill and Hot Air
Manu Raju / Politico:   Budget debate could prove awkward for 2016 hopefuls
Dylan Byers / Politico:
As ratings plunge, MSNBC faces shakeup  —  Insiders say to expect more news, less bombast and, fresh voices.  —  It would be hard to imagine a news event better tailored to MSNBC's Venn diagram of “lean forward” liberals and “place for politics” political junkies.
Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: March 2015  —  Bianca DiJulio, Jamie Firth, and Mollyann Brodie … Opinion Of ACA Five Years After Passage  —  The health care law has been politically divisive since its passage in March 2010.  However, the gap between favorable and unfavorable opinions …
Amanda Becker / Reuters:
Democratic support for Hillary Clinton softens: Reuters/Ipsos poll  —  (Reuters) - Democratic support for Hillary Clinton's expected presidential campaign is softening amid controversy over her use of personal email when secretary of state, but most Democrats are for now sticking by their party's presumed candidate.
John Parkinson / ABC News:
Rep. Aaron Schock's Dad Speaks Out: 'He Will Be Successful If He's Not In Jail' … Rep. Aaron Schock's congressional ethics troubles may be over once his resignation takes effect, but questions surrounding the Illinois Republican's actions may eventually result in jail time, a possibility even his family has begun to realize.
Discussion: ABC News and The Week
Tina Nguyen / Mediaite:
Aaron Schock's Dad: 'Two Years from Now, He'll be Successful, if He's Not in Jail'
Anthony Weiner / Business Insider:
Anthony Weiner's 5 takeaways from the Aaron Schock scandals
Discussion: Politico, Mediaite and Weekly Standard
Chloe Heskett / The Cavalier Daily:
University student, Honor Committee member Martese Johnson arrested  —  Johnson sustained head injury during arrest, released on bond Wednesday morning  —  This is a developing story, and will continue to be updated with the latest information available.  —  Martese Johnson …
Arthur Chu / Salon:
RaceTogether is a debacle: The real reason why Starbucks, McDonald's and Coke keep failing on Twitter  —  Well, it's only been 24 hours as I write this since Starbucks announced its #RaceTogether campaign and already it can safely be said to have transitioned from “experiment” to “debacle.”
Discussion: USA Today
Washington Post:
Jeb Bush's tie to fugitive goes against business-savvy image he promotes  —  Jeb Bush was a young man building a real-estate business in Miami in 1985 when a health-care entrepreneur named Miguel Recarey Jr. hired him to help locate office space in South Florida.
Holly Otterbein / Philadelphia Magazine:
Member of Penn State's Kappa Delta Rho Defends Fraternity  —  Frat allegedly posted photographs of nude, unconscious women to Facebook.  Member says it wasn't malicious.  —  When news broke this week that a Penn State fraternity had allegedly run two private Facebook pages …
Michael Kruse / Politico:
Jeb Bush's forgotten father-in-law  —  Bush says his Mexican father-in-law abandoned his family to work in the U.S. That's not how his other relatives remember it.  —  Aides to Jeb Bush have said that his wife Columba's father left her family in Mexico when he immigrated to America.
Discussion: Hot Air
Mark Hensch / The Hill:
Beck: 'I'm out of the Republican Party'  —  Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck on Wednesday announced he is leaving the Republican Party.  —  “I've made my decision — I'm out,” Beck said Wednesday on “The Glenn Beck Program,” his broadcast on  “I'm out of the Republican Party.
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Glenn Beck ‘done’ with Republican Party
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
Men, Money and the Marriage Crisis  —  As promised in my last entry, this will be the first of two posts on the theme of whether economic trends largely explain post-1960s family breakdown (my answer: no), addressing counterarguments that I didn't have room to discuss in Sunday's column.
Discussion: The Week
IRS may broaden rule to police political nonprofits  —  The IRS may broaden a looming controversial rule to police political nonprofits to include political parties and political action committees, the IRS chief said Wednesday.  —  IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said the agency may expand …
Discussion: Liberaland and Betsy's Page
Tunis attack: Gunmen kill tourists in museum raid  —  Nineteen people, including 17 foreign tourists have been killed after gunmen targeted a museum in the Tunisian capital, the Prime Minister says.  —  Italian, Spanish and German citizens were among those killed, PM Habib Essid said.
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Ronald Brownstein / National Journal:
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The Hill:
Warren has Fed chief's ear
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Mark Potok / Hatewatch:
Suspect in Arizona Shooting Spree a White Supremacist Skinhead
Mohammed A. Salih / Full Feed:
Iran gathers power in Iraq as US further sidelined
Exclusive: U.S. likely to delay planned closure of two Afghanistan bases
Sarah Ferris / The Hill:
NIH doctor: States should do more on vaccinations
Discussion: The Atlantic Online
 Earlier Items: 
Jessie / Feeds:
What Went Wrong with the FISA Court
Discussion: The Hill and Lawfare
Roger Yu / USA Today:
USA TODAY offers buyouts to veteran staffers
Elizabeth Sweetnam / CBS News:
Durst linked to disappearance of teen girls?
Edmund H. Mahony / Hartford Courant:
Ex-Governor John Rowland Sentenced To 30 Months In Prison
Discussion: New York Times and OnPolitics