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4:25 PM ET, July 15, 2015

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Tyler Miller / The Daily Beast:
Planned Parented Doesn't Sell Fetuses: The Real Story Behind That Shady Video  —  A pro-life group's viral video would have you believe an abortion doctor is hawking body parts.  —  Pro-lifers are already calling it the end of Planned Parenthood.  An undercover video released early Tuesday morning …
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Washington Post:
Undercover video shows Planned Parenthood official discussing fetal organs used for research
John McCormack / Weekly Standard:
Planned Parenthood's PR Firm: Harvesting Organs of Aborted Babies a ‘Humanitarian Undertaking’
Planned Parenthood:
Statement from Planned Parenthood on New Undercover Video
Amanda Marcotte / Slate:
Live Action Puts Out Another Titillating but Misleading Video About Planned Parenthood
Washington Post:
Trump's popularity spikes among Republicans  —  Donald Trump's popularity has surged among Republicans after dominating several news cycles with his anti-illegal immigration rhetoric, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.  —  Nearly six in 10 — 57 percent …
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Nick Gass / Politico:
Poll: Hillary Clinton's lead shrinks among Democrats
Discussion: Yahoo Politics and The PJ Tatler
Gregory Holyk / ABC News:
Trump's Popularity Rises, Still 2-1 Negative, While Clinton Regains Positive Territory (POLL)
Discussion: FOX News Radio, Politico and Mediaite
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Sen. Mark Kirk On Iran Deal: Obama “Wants To Get Nukes To Iran,” Predicts Nuclear War In Middle East  —  “...tens of thousands of people in the Middle East are gonna lose their lives because of this decision by Barack Hussein Obama.”  —  Mark Wilson / Getty Images  —  w.soundcloud.com
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Mark Steyn / Steyn Online:
Far Worse Than Munich
Nick Gass / Politico:
Dick Cheney: Iran deal makes ‘actual use of nuclear weapons’ more likely
Discussion: Common Dreams and Scared Monkeys
Politico:
Revenge of Citizens United  —  Republicans could barely contain their glee when the Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United decision cleared the way for unlimited spending in political campaigns.  —  But now — headed into a crowded presidential primary that promises to be longer …
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Julie Bykowicz / Associated Press:
Presidential election already fueled by $377 million
Discussion: ABC News
Nick Gass / Politico:
Donald Trump: I don't know why I'm meeting Ted Cruz  —  Donald Trump is meeting with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz in Manhattan on Wednesday, though he claimed in an interview on MSNBC that he does not know why.  —  “Ted Cruz called me.  And I don't know why I'm meeting him, to be honest …
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Paul Waldman / Washington Post:
The next GOP president won't walk away from the Iran deal.  Here's why.  —  Now that we have a nuclear deal with Iran, Republicans are jostling each other to determine who can make the most angry and apocalyptic statements about it.  —  Scott Walker said it “will be remembered as one of America's worst diplomatic failures.”
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Nick Gass / Politico:
Republican senators warn Iran in open letter  —  Republican senators want to give Iranian leaders — and the president — a refresher on the constitutional balance of power.  —  In a highly unusual move, a group of 47 Republicans in the upper chamber has written to Iran's top leaders …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Mark Leibovich / New York Times:
Re-Re-Re-Reintroducing Hillary Clinton … A few minutes before my meeting with Hillary Clinton on the Fourth of July, during my drive to the Mount Washington hotel in Bretton Woods, N.H., where she was staying, I passed a moose near the side of the road.
John Podhoretz / New York Post:
How Democrats will pretend to fight the nuclear deal  —  Fifty-nine days and counting: That's where we are now when it comes to the Iran nuclear deal announced almost gleefully by President Obama on Tuesday morning.  —  Congress has 59 days to vote against it.
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Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
GOP crafts Iran deal attack plan
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
C-SPAN to preempt first GOP debate  —  C-SPAN is partnering with a handful of regional newspapers in early-voting states for a nationally televised forum with the Republican presidential candidates just days before Fox News Channel's first scheduled debate.  —  The network has invited all 17 …
Matthew Cole / The Intercept:
Israeli Special Forces Assassinated Senior Syrian Official  —  On Aug. 1, 2008, a small team of Israeli commandos entered the waters near Tartus, Syria, and shot and killed a Syrian general as he was holding a dinner party at his seaside weekend home.  Muhammad Suleiman, a top aide to the Syrian president …
Discussion: Washington Post, Guardian and Raw Story
Los Angeles Times:
This is the video Gardena police didn't want you to see  —  In the two years since Gardena police officers fatally shot an unarmed man, city officials fought to keep graphic video of the killing under wraps.  —  The grainy videos, captured by cameras mounted in two patrol cars …
CNN:
Iran nuclear deal: What does it mean for Americans held in Iran?  —  Story highlights  —  (CNN)Amir Hekmati always made sure his workout buddies had some fuel in their system before hitting the gym.  His close friend Arash Ansari would sometimes skip lunch, but that didn't fly with Hekmati.
Catherine Thompson / Talking Points Memo:
This Parody Perfectly Nails Every Jade Helm Conspiracy Theory Video  —  What's more sinister than FEMA death camps?  Some black tarps and a chain-link fence.  —  Just in time for the Wednesday kickoff of “Jade Helm 15,” a YouTube user under the handle Get Right America posted an amazing parody …
Discussion: The Daily Banter and Guardian
Erwin Chemerinsky / Los Angeles Times:
Op-Ed Justice Scalia: Why he's a bad influence  —  Justice Antonin Scalia is setting a terrible example for young lawyers.  Ignore, for now, his jurisprudence, his famously strict originalism; it's his tone that's the problem.  —  I have taught argumentation for many years …
 
 
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Alex Davies / Wired:
Self-Driving Cars May End the Fines That Fill City Coffers
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Jordain Carney / The Hill:
Reid threatens to block No Child Left Behind renewal
Discussion: RedState and ThinkProgress
Scott Thistle / Sun Journal:
Cartoonist's son accepts Paul LePage's apology, says he wasn't offended
Martin Matishak / The Hill:
Dems: Benghazi panel has ‘abandoned’ its work to focus on Hillary
Discussion: Daily Kos
Eric Schwitzgebel / Aeon Magazine:
How often do ethics professors call their mothers?
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Alex Brill / RealClearMarkets:
How ObamaCare Overpays for Medicaid
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 Earlier Items: 
Emily Smith / Page Six:
George Lopez in talks to replace Trump on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’
Discussion: CNNMoney, Mediaite and The Daily Caller
Toluse Olorunnipa / Bloomberg Business:
Google to Offer Internet Service for Free in White House Program
Discussion: The Verge
Jeffrey Ball / The Atlantic:
Why the Saudis Are Going Solar  —  Prince Turki bin Saud bin …
Jennifer Scholtes / Politico:
TSA's response to criticism: Longer airport lines
Discussion: The Hill and Outside the Beltway
Bill Turque / Washington Post:
Maryland Del. Ariana Kelly charged with indecent exposure, trespassing