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9:05 PM ET, October 11, 2015


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CBS News:
Poll: Donald Trump still leads, Ben Carson in second  —  The race for the GOP nomination  —  Donald Trump continues to lead the field nationally in the race to become the Republican nominee for president.  Twenty-seven percent of Republican primary voters support Trump …
Frank Bruni / New York Times:
The Republicans' Ugly Revolt  —  OVER the last two decades, through Bob Dole and George W. Bush and John McCain and Mitt Romney, it has become an article of faith that the Republican presidential nominee is a person blessed by, or acceptable to, the party's establishment, meaning the elders …
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Romney's path to GOP nomination eludes Jeb
Discussion: Political Wire and Progress Pond
Dan Balz / Washington Post:
Back in the pack, this is not the campaign Chris Christie envisioned
Discussion: Bwog
Mark Halperin / Bloomberg Business:
Joe Biden and Paul Ryan Face Decisions That Could Shape Politics for Years to Come  —  The two men who faced off in the 2012 vice presidential debate are each at a crossroads.  —  MarkHalperin  —  Former rivals Vice President Joe Biden and Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan are facing looming decisions …
Discussion: The Hill and Political Wire
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
Founder: Freedom Caucus not sold on Ryan  —  Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), the founder of the House Freedom Caucus, says his group is not sold on Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) for Speaker.  —  “Well, look, Paul Ryan is a friend, I meet with him every single week, we talk about policy, I think he's be a great messenger.
Discussion: Political Wire
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
Wanted: a Tea Party Speaker
Discussion: National Review and Daily Kos
David Edwards / Raw Story:
ABC host destroys Bobby Jindal's ‘no-fly zone’ plan with four simple words: 'ISIS doesn't have aircraft'  —  DON'T MISS STORIES.  FOLLOW RAW STORY!  —  Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal said over the weekend that he had a plan to defeat ISIS using “no-fly zones” …
Deanna Pan / Post and Courier:
Would-be Waffle House robber dies after having been shot by customer  —  Investigators with the North Charleston Police Department collect evidence at the scene of a shooting that stopped an attempted armed robbery at a Waffle House on Dorchester Road, according to police.
Awr Hawkins / BREITBART.COM:
Police Praise Concealed Permit Holder for Stopping Waffle House Robbery
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor:
Investigation into the Death of Tamir Rice  —  Statement from Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Timothy J. McGinty on the release of three additional reports regarding the death of Tamir Rice  —  The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office is releasing three expert reports regarding the shooting death …
Discussion: Mother Jones, The Daily Caller and CNN
How Could Hillary Lose?  —  <p>"If a candidate has ever been inevitable—for the nomination—it is Mrs. Clinton today," the <i>New York Times'</i> Nate Cohn <a href=" 22/upshot/hillary-clinton-and- ml?_ r=0">declared</a> early this year.
Sarah Boxer / The Atlantic:
The Exemplary Narcissism of Snoopy … It really was a dark and stormy night.  On February 12, 2000, Charles Schulz—who had single-handedly drawn some 18,000 Peanuts comic strips, who refused to use assistants to ink or letter his comics, who vowed that after he quit, no new Peanuts strips would be made …
CBS News:
Highlights, outtakes from Obama's 60 Minutes interview  —  Steve Kroft asks President Obama about the crisis in Syria, mass shootings — and what he thinks of Donald Trump  —  With the end of his second term on the horizon, President Obama spoke to 60 Minutes this week, reflecting on his achievements …
Discussion: Raw Story and Mashable
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
McConnell denounces Obama's ‘mind-boggling’ foreign policy  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell railed against President Obama's foreign policy on Sunday, calling his philosophy “mind-boggling” and evidence of a belief in “American retreat around the world.”
Ryan Martin / Indianapolis Star:
Indy woman uses medieval combat training, sword to stop intruder  —  Rule No. 1: Don't break into the home of a woman with medieval combat training.  —  CONNECT  —  When a man broke into Karen Dolley's home on Thursday night, her training in medieval combat came in handy.  So did her sword.
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Tom Hamburger / Washington Post:
GOP staffer fired from the House panel investigating Benghazi attacks
Agence France-Presse:
Trump: I sometimes carry a gun
Nicholas Kristof / New York Times:
The Asian Advantage
Mike DeBonis / Washington Post:
GOP hard-liners seek more power by changing rules. That could mean more chaos.
Patrick Temple-West / Politico:
Trump calls German chancellor's immigration moves ‘insane’
Discussion: Bloomberg Business
 Earlier Items: 
Alison Elkin / Bloomberg Business:
Ben Carson Insists Holocaust Comments ‘Not Hyperbole at All’
Discussion: Politico and CNN
Jim Hoft / The Gateway Pundit:
Israeli Ministers Encourage Citizens to Carry Guns to Eliminate the Enemy
Edward Klein / New York Post:
Clinton's camp says she ‘could have a serious meltdown’
Discussion: BizPac Review and Althouse
Erin Cunningham / Washington Post:
Blasts kill scores at peace rally in Turkey in sign of worsening instability
Discussion: Pamela Geller and Infowars
Emily Shapiro / ABC News:
Armed Robbery Suspect Tries Using Uber as Getaway Car, Police Say
Discussion: Scared Monkeys, Daily Mail and Jezebel