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11:30 AM ET, September 21, 2015

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Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Carson doubles down on no Muslims in the White House  —  Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson is standing by his view that a Muslim should not be president of the United States, telling The Hill in an interview on Sunday that whoever takes the White House should be “sworn in on a stack of Bibles, not a Koran.”
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Des Moines Register:
Cruz: Excluding Muslims from presidency is unconstitutional  —  It would be unconstitutional to disqualify a Muslim from the presidency because of religion, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said Sunday.  —  “You know, the Constitution specifies there shall be no religious test …
Nick Gass / Politico:
Carson will not apologize for Muslim remark
Discussion: Scared Monkeys
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
Sanders scolds Carson for Muslim remark
Discussion: Raw Story
Eric Bradner / CNN:
Ben Carson: U.S. shouldn't elect a Muslim president
Discussion: BREITBART.COM and Slantpoint
Martin Pengelly / Guardian:
Ben Carson says no Muslim should ever become US president
Discussion: Refinery29 and Outside the Beltway
Eric Bradner / CNN:
Poll: Clinton's lead over Sanders grows  — If Joe Biden doesn't enter the race, Clinton's lead would grow to nearly 2-to-1 over Bernie Sanders  —  Washington (CNN)Hillary Clinton's lead in the Democratic presidential primary race has grown — and if Vice President Joe Biden decides to stay …
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edwardklein.com:
OBAMA READY TO ENDORSE BIDEN—WITH CONDITIONS  —  The talk in Democratic Party circles is that Barack Obama has told Joe Biden that he is prepared to endorse him for president if, in return, Biden promises to let Obama have a final say in the choice of his vice presidential running mate.
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Democrats have a growing debate problem on their hands
Discussion: KUSA-TV, Vox and New York Times
Peter Baker / New York Times:
Political Split Awaits Pope Francis on Eve of U.S. Visit  —  WASHINGTON — Pope Francis will arrive at a military base outside the capital on Tuesday afternoon to open his first visit to the United States, and President Obama will be there to welcome him.  It is a gesture the president …
Discussion: Slate and NBC News
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Alexander Bolton / The Hill:   GOP braces for Pope Francis
Melinda Henneberger / Bloomberg Business:
Pope Francis' Political Critics Are Missing Something Fundamental
Confidential / New York Daily News:
Susan Sarandon worries Pope Francis will be assassinated during New York visit
Discussion: Raw Story
Daily Mail:
Lord Ashcroft's David Cameron biography is the political book of the decade  —  Today we lift the lid on the extraordinary feud between David Cameron and a billionaire Tory donor that has triggered the most explosive political biography of the decade.  —  In the dynamite book …
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Daily Mail:
Drugs, debauchery and the making of an extraordinary Prime Minister: For years rumours have dogged him.  Now, the truth about the shockingly decadent Oxford days of the gifted Bullingdon boy  —  The door was always shut, but anyone walking past might have caught a whiff of the sweet musky smell …
Discussion: Guardian, Mashable and Boing Boing
Daily Mail:
Cameron and an obscene act with a dead pig's head! …
Bobby Doherty / New York Magazine:
Far from destroying our democracy, he's exposing all its phoniness and corruption in ways as serious as he is not.  And changing it in the process.  —  As the summer of Donald Trump came to its end — and the prospect of a springtime for Trump no longer seemed like a gag …
Discussion: Prairie Weather
Joseph Goldstein / New York Times:
U.S. Soldiers Told to Ignore Afghan Allies' Abuse of Boys  —  KABUL, Afghanistan — In his last phone call home, Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley Jr. told his father what was troubling him: From his bunk in southern Afghanistan, he could hear Afghan police officers sexually abusing boys they had brought to the base.
Fredrick Kunkle / Washington Post:
Cancer-stricken children, parents ejected from park near White House  —  The U.S. Secret Service ordered hundreds of parents and their cancer-stricken children out of Lafayette Square on Saturday night, barricading the park for at least two hours and disrupting the group's plans for a candlelight vigil …
Discussion: The Daily Caller and Twitchy
John McCormick / Bloomberg Business:
Scott Walker Mounts a Last Stand in Iowa  —  It's been a thrilling—and harrowing—roller coaster ride for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.  —  First, the Republican presidential candidate suddenly rose and broke from the pack with a well-received speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit in January …
Shane Harris / The Daily Beast:
Exclusive: This Is the ISIS Intel the U.S. Military Dumbed Down  —  The intelligence pros said killing certain ISIS leaders might not diminish the group and that airstrikes might not be working.  The bosses didn't like those answers—not at all.  —  Senior intelligence officials …
Kirk Johnson / New York Times:
Oregon's Legal Sale of Marijuana Comes With Reprieve  —  PORTLAND, Ore. — About 15 years ago, when she was in her 20s, Erika Walton handed a bong to someone who turned out be a police officer, and was cited for marijuana possession.  She paid the fine, she said, but the violation lingered on, haunting her record.
 
 
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David Sedaris / New Yorker:
A Modest Proposal  —  London is five hours ahead of Washington …
Andrew Pollack / New York Times:
A Huge Overnight Increase in a Drug's Price Raises Protests
Discussion: Raw Story, US News and Prairie Weather
Gallup:
75% in U.S. See Widespread Government Corruption
Discussion: RedState and whorunsGov
Aaron Tilley / Forbes:
Following Apple's Lead, Samsung Plans Its Own Phone Leasing Program, Cutting Out Carriers
Discussion: 9to5Mac and Index
Noah Rothman / Commentary Magazine:
An Unexpected Democratic Revolt
Discussion: NewsBusters
Juan Williams / The Hill:
Senate records weigh down White House hopefuls
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Shane Ryan / Salon:
Behind the scenes with Bernie Sanders: Three days in Iowa that explain why Hillary's fading …