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11:50 AM ET, July 25, 2015

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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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Kurt Eichenwald / Newsweek:
How The New York Times Bungled the Hillary Clinton Emails Story  —  What the hell is happening at The New York Times?  —  In March, the newspaper published a highly touted article about Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email account that, as I wrote in an earlier column, was wrong in its major points.
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.
Discussion: The Agonist and NBC News
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David Weigel / Washington Post:   TV hosts remember alleged Lafayette gunman as anti-tax, anti-feminist ‘gadfly’
Medium:
Lafayette Theater Shooter Fan of Hitler, Neo-Nazis, and Antigovernment Conspiracies
Kevin Cirilli / The Hill:
Priebus: Trump won't run as third-party candidate  —  Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus on Friday said he does not think Donald Trump will run as a third-party candidate should the billionaire business mogul lose the GOP nomination.  —  “I don't think he's going to do that.
Discussion: Political Wire and Addicting Info
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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 …
Kelsey Snell / Washington Post:
Mike Lee goes for nuclear option to repeal Obamacare  —  Senate conservatives couldn't stop a vote on the Export-Import bank.  So they're going to try to force a vote on Obamacare instead.  —  Conservative firebrand Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) announced on Friday that he plans to use …
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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.
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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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
Jason Noble / Des Moines Register:
Trump barring Des Moines Register from campaign event  —  Donald Trump's presidential campaign has denied The Des Moines Register press credentials to gain access to a candidate event scheduled for Saturday in Oskaloosa.  —  The reason: an editorial published by the newspaper last Tuesday calling on Trump to quit the Republican race.
Politico:
Chamber gearing up to take out GOP incumbents  —  The move would be a major tactical shift for the group, which isn't naming names yet.  —  The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is gearing up to challenge some House Republicans in primary elections, frustrated after much of its agenda has been stymied …
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JNS.org:
It's time to evict J Street from the Jewish communal tent  —  The recent announcement of the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran has sparked deep concern and even outrage in the Jewish community.  In an almost unprecedented moment for American Jewry, the majority of prominent Jewish organizations have lined up in order to combat this deal.
 
 
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Edward-Isaac Dovere / Politico:
Africa's disappointment with Obama
Discussion: Politico
Michael R. Gordon / New York Times:
Kerry Says Israel May Deepen Its Isolation by Opposing Iran Nuclear Accord
Discussion: American Spectator
Reuters:
Turkish warplanes pound Islamic State in Syria as Ankara steps up to front-line
Discussion: Common Dreams and Guardian
William Tucker / RealClearEnergy:
Vermont Struggles With Renewables
Discussion: Moe Lane and Real Clear Politics
Seth Stoughton / Talking Points Memo:
Cop Expert: Why Sandra Bland's Arrest Was Legal But Not Good Policing
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Kristine Guerra / Indianapolis Star:
Indiana woman who refused to process same-sex marriage applications files lawsuit
Discussion: Addicting Info, WHAS-TV and Raw Story
Lisa Fickenscher / New York Post:
Walmart sells baby car seat that prevents hot-car deaths
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Why Scott Walker is so dangerous