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4:00 PM ET, July 25, 2015

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Kathy Frankovic / YouGov US Opinion Center News:
Donald Trump's support remains high following John McCain controversy  —  Donald Trump leads the GOP presidential field again this week, though controversial remarks about Sen. John McCain may have dented his popularity among Republicans  —  Donald Trump's rise in the Republican contest …
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Adam Gabbatt / Guardian:
Veterans named as Donald Trump supporters say they were not consulted  —  Several people listed as part of the “Veterans for Trump coalition” formed by Donald Trump following his incendiary comments about John McCain's war record have denied they are part of the group, the Guardian has learned.
Discussion: Liberaland and The Right Scoop
Molly Ball / The Atlantic:
There's No Stopping the Trump Show  —  LAREDO, Texas—You want the Trump show to be over.  But it's not over.  —  You want to ignore Donald Trump.  You think maybe if you ignore him long enough, he will go away.  Well, guess what?  He's not going away.
Kevin Cirilli / The Hill:
Priebus: Trump won't run as third-party candidate
The Hill:
Hillary's email troubles deepen  —  Federal officials on Friday confirmed they have been asked to investigate Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of State, deepening the political controversy surrounding the 2016 Democratic front-runner.
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Josh Feldman / Mediaite:
Inspectors General Release Joint Statement to Clear Up Hillary Email Referral Flap  —  Two government inspectors general involved in the Hillary Clinton email referral flap released a joint statement this afternoon to try and explain exactly what happened.  —  This whole thing started off …
Discussion: TalkLeft
Anne Gearan / Washington Post:
Clinton to testify to Benghazi committee in October  —  Hillary Rodham Clinton will testify on Oct. 22 before the House select committee investigating her role in connection with the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said Saturday.
New York Times:
Hillary Clinton Emails Said to Contain Classified Data
FRONTLINE:
New Photos Show Bush Administration Reaction to 9/11 Attacks  —  In never-before-released photographs taken on Sept. 11, 2001, the shock, horror and gravity of the terrorist attacks can be read on the faces of President George Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, their wives Laura and Lynne …
Edward-Isaac Dovere / Politico:
Obama, Kenyatta clash on gay rights in Kenya  —  NAIROBI, Kenya - President Barack Obama and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta sparred over support for gay rights here Saturday, with Obama urging fast changes and Kenyatta saying it was not something Kenyan culture or society would “accept.”
Discussion: Towleroad
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Arlette Saenz / ABC News:
Despite Agreements, President Obama, Kenyan President Differ on Gay Rights  —  President Obama publicly disagreed with his Kenyan counterpart over gay rights today as he urged African nations not to discriminate against individuals based on sexual orientation.
Edward-Isaac Dovere / Politico:
Africa's disappointment with Obama
Discussion: Politico
Jenée Desmond-Harris / Vox:
White people have a race — but everyone flips out when we talk about it  —  As far as Lee Bebout was concerned, his Arizona State University course, US Race Theory and the Problem of Whiteness, was off to a good start.  A multiracial, politically diverse group of undergraduates was enrolled.
Discussion: neo-neocon
New York Times:
Military Cutbacks Make Sense  —  The Army's plan to cut 40,000 troops, as well as 17,000 civilian employees, over the next two years is unsettling many American communities.  Congressmen and senators in the affected districts are railing against the reductions and insisting they will fight to reverse them.
Discussion: The PJ Tatler
David Atkins / Washington Monthly:
For Gun Victims, the Prayers of Conservative Politicians Are Not Enough  —  After the latest mass shooting by an anti-tax, anti-government, anti-feminist arch-conservative in Lafayette, LA, the reactions from Republican politicians were as predictable as they were empty and stale.
Politico:
Red-state Democrats fret about leftward shift  —  Governor's races in South and Midwest could be lost if party brand becomes too liberal.  —  WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. — Centrist Democrats were wiped out in the 2014 elections and in their absence emerged a resurgent liberal movement …
Discussion: Hullabaloo and The PJ Tatler
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Jindal: Now is not the time to talk gun control
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