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4:50 PM ET, June 10, 2015

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Peter Sullivan / The Hill:
Ryan, health chief clash over ObamaCare plans  —  House Ways and Means Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) clashed with President Obama's healthcare chief at a hearing Wednesday over preparations for a looming Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare.  —  The case of King v. Burwell could invalidate subsidies …
Discussion: Daily Kos
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Sarah Ferris / The Hill:
President decries ‘endless partisan’ attacks on ObamaCare
Discussion: Weekly Standard
Jared Sichel / Jewish Journal:
Did NPR host Diane Rehm just accuse Bernie Sanders of dual citizenship with Israel?  —  On a Wednesday morning broadcast, longtime NPR host Diane Rehm interviewed presidential candidate and Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT), and asked the Jewish self-described socialist some strange questions when it came to his connection with Israel.
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Anthony Berteaux / The Huffington Post:
An Open Letter to Jerry Seinfeld from a ‘Politically Correct’ College Student  —  Recently, I've heard about your reluctance to perform on college campuses because of how “politically correct” college students are.  You also further made remarks that college students are quick to use the words …
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New York Daily News:
What “Seinfeld” can teach college students
Discussion: Betsy's Page
Nick Gass / Politico:
J Street poll: Jewish Americans favor Hillary over Jeb  —  American Jewish voters have a clear favorite between Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and likely Republican candidate Jeb Bush, according to a new national survey.  —  According to a poll commissioned by the left-leaning J Street Group …
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Drew Gold / Saint Leo University:
Rubio Surges Among Florida Republicans
Discussion: Weekly Standard and Political Wire
First Draft / New York Times:
Michelle Kwan to Join Hillary Clinton's Campaign
Discussion: Associated Press and The Week
CNN:
Story highlights  — “Even though you have reasonable suspicion,” says one, “nine out of 10 times, that officer is going to keep on driving”  —  (CNN)Forty-two people were killed in Baltimore in May, making it the deadliest month there since 1972.  —  When asked what's behind that number …
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Kevin Rector / Baltimore Sun:
Baltimore prosecutor asked police to target area where Freddie Gray was arrested
Arit John / Bloomberg Business:
New Hampshire Republicans Ask Fox News, RNC for Debate Changes  —  GOP figures call for more inclusion in the first-in-the-nation primary state.  —  t aritbenie  —  Low-polling Republican presidential candidates aren't the only ones upset with Fox News's debate rules.
Discussion: Washington Post and Yahoo Politics
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Hadas Gold / Politico:
New Hampshire Republicans ask Fox, RNC to change debate criteria
Discussion: Daily Kos
Gov. Scott Walker / Des Moines Register:
We changed broken education system  —  Megan Sampson was named the outstanding first-year teacher by the Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English in June of 2010.  A week later, she received another certificate: a layoff notice from the Milwaukee Public Schools system.
Discussion: Business Insider and FOX6Now.com
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Dems set budget trap for GOP  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Tuesday rejected demands by Democratic Senate leaders to hold a budget summit this month.  —  McConnell's dismissal creates a fiscal standoff in the Senate months earlier than expected over whether spending limits …
WTVR-TV:
Henrico mom charged with leaving children in hot car while turning herself in to police … HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — A Henrico mother was charged with three counts of contributing to the delinquency or abuse of child after police said she left her children, ages six and one, inside her hot car outside the Henrico County Courthouse.
Discussion: WANE-TV, FOX6Now.com and Slantpoint
New York Times:
E.P.A. Says It Will Set Rules for Airplane Emissions  —  The Obama administration on Wednesday said it would regulate greenhouse gas emissions from airplanes, a move that could significantly strengthen President Obama's environmental legacy, but also present major new challenges for the airline industry.
Discussion: The Daily Caller and The Week
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Alex Guillén / Politico:
EPA takes crucial step toward climate rules for airplanes
Sacha Feinman / ThinkProgress:
One Governor's Audacious, Unprecedented Effort To Use Personal Wealth To Re-Create The Legislature  —  Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner (R) may be pushing campaign finance and political spending into uncharted waters as he asserts himself in the first major battle of his tenure.
Discussion: Chicago Tribune
Nick Gass / Politico:
Bill Clinton says he'll stop giving paid speeches if Hillary wins  —  Bill Clinton will likely not continue to give paid speeches if his wife Hillary were elected president, he said Wednesday.  —  “No, I don't think so,” when asked Wednesday at a Clinton Global Initiative event.  —  Story Continued Below
Jane C. Timm / msnbc.com:
Ben Carson: Let's spy on government workers  —  Republican presidential contender Ben Carson said Wednesday that if elected next year he might implement a “covert division” of government workers who spy on their coworkers to improve government efficiency.  —  The pediatric neurosurgeon …
New York Times:
Disunion: The Final Q & A  —  In April 2011, the editors of Disunion, The New York Times's series on the Civil War, convened a panel of historians to mark the 150th anniversary of the Confederate assault on Fort Sumter and the onset of the four-year conflict.
NTSB:
NTSB Issues Second Update on its Investigation Into the Amtrak Derailment in Philadelphia  —  WASHINGTON - As part of its ongoing investigation into the May 12, 2015, derailment of Amtrak Train 188 in Philadelphia, the NTSB today provides this update on the analysis of the engineer's cell phone and related records.
Jeffrey M. Jones / Gallup:
Americans Still Say Liberties Should Trump Anti-Terrorism  —  Story Highlights  —  PRINCETON, N.J. — The federal government's recent actions to limit the scope of what it can do to prevent terrorism are consistent with Americans' preference to prioritize civil liberties over anti-terrorism efforts when the two come into conflict.
Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter:
CNN's Jeff Zucker to MSNBC's Joe Scarborough: “Start Getting Your Résumé Ready”  —  A version of this story first appeared in the June 19 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.  To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.  —  In May 2014, CNN's daytime viewership fell …
Discussion: Politico, Mediaite and Business Insider
John Podhoretz / New York Post:
A new inside account of Obama's Israel ire  —  President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu  —  When it's released June 23, the new book by bestselling historian Michael Oren is going to be the talk of Washington and Jerusalem — not to mention everywhere people …
Discussion: Israel Matzav and The PJ Tatler
Judy Kurtz / The Hill:
Obama smoking?  President caught on camera holding ‘pack of cigarettes’  —  President Obama, who claimed when he first entered the White House to have mostly kicked his nicotine habit, may have been caught on camera holding a pack of cigarettes.  —  The Commander-in-Chief is seen clutching …
Hanna Rosin / The Atlantic:
The Mysterious Columba Bush  —  Now and then in an otherwise unmemorable speech, Jeb Bush will drop a mention of his wife, like a sudden pop of color.  At an event in Nevada this March, one of his first speeches of this campaign season, before a crowd of what The Washington Post called …
Discussion: Bloomberg Business
Carol D. Leonnig / Washington Post:
Secret Service officers at White House lacked security clearances, officials say  —  A U.S. Secret Service uniformed police officer looks back at the White House during a bomb threat in Washington June 9, 2015.  The U.S. Secret Service cleared the White House briefing room on Tuesday …
Abby Phillip / Washington Post:
Murder charges dropped against Georgia woman who took abortion pills  —  The murder charge against Kenlissia Jones, a Georgia woman who took abortion pills, have been dropped, Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards said Wednesday.  —  Edwards said in a statement that Georgia law does …
 
 
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