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7:20 PM ET, October 31, 2015

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4 Dead, Including Suspect, In Downtown Shooting Spree … Headlines List  —  “I was just sitting on my patio taking my dog out when I saw someone come around the corner, being chased by the police.”  —  Aaron Nicks and dozens of other people in downtown Colorado Springs Saturday morning watched …
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Matt Steiner / Gazette:
4 dead after morning shootings in downtown Colorado Springs  —  Gunfire rang out Saturday morning east of downtown Colorado Springs, leaving bullet-riddled bodies lying in the 200 block of North Prospect Street and in front of a Wendy's restaurant on North Wahsatch Avenue.
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
Dem: CNBC's ‘circus’ debate was like ‘The Gong Show’  —  The Democratic governor of Virginia is lambasting the moderators of CNBC's Republican presidential debate for asking ridiculous questions.  —  Gov. Terry McAullife said the Wednesday debate was like a “circus” and compared the spectacle to the 1970s game show “The Gong Show.”
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Timothy P. Carney / Washington Examiner:
Yes, liberal media bias is real, and here's how it affected the CNBC debate  —  Share Tweet Reddit Digg Mail Print SMS More  —  Since the Republican presidential debate on Wednesday night, there's been plenty of sturm und drang about media bias.  Republican candidates and conservative commentators …
Don Melvin / CNN:
Russian passenger plane crashes in Sinai with 224 people on board  —  Cairo (CNN)[Breaking news update at 7:34 a.m.]  —  An Egyptian aviation investigation team has reached the site of the crashed Russian passenger jet in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, state-run Nile TV reported Saturday, citing the minister of civil aviation.
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Daily Mail:
Russian plane crashes in Egypt's Sinai desert with 224 people on board
New York Times:
Paul Singer, Influential Billionaire, Throws Support to Marco Rubio for President  —  One of the wealthiest and most influential Republican donors in the country is throwing his support to Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, a decision that could swing millions of dollars in contributions behind …
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Peggy Noonan / Wall Street Journal:
The Not Ready for Prime Time Bush
Arthur C. Brooks / New York Times:
Academia's Rejection of Diversity  —  ONE of the great intellectual and moral epiphanies of our time is the realization that human diversity is a blessing.  It has become conventional wisdom that being around those unlike ourselves makes us better people — and more productive to boot.
Discussion: Washington Post
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
John Oliver Doesn't Want Trump On His Show: He Has Nothing Else To Say  —  John Oliver, comedian and host of HBO's “Last Week Tonight” on Friday said that he's not at all interested in having Donald Trump on his show.  —  “I don't really care about him in any capacity,” he said on CBS' “This Morning.”
Discussion: Mediaite
Tom Tancredo / Breitbart:
Former Congressman: I'm Quitting GOP  —  In a panel discussion at the University of Colorado after the recent Republican debate, I was asked by a student why she should be a Republican.  The question forced me to ask myself the same thing.  —  I gave the young woman the standard talking points …
Mike Rowe / Facebook:
What's on YOUR Wall?  —  'Hello Mr. Rowe!  What's your take on MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry being offended by the phrase “hard worker”?  How can such a label possibly be offensive to anyone?  Lenny Kostecki ...  My take Lenny, for what it's worth, is that there is no longer a limit to what people can be offended by.
BBC:
Bangladeshi secular publisher hacked to death  —  A Bangladeshi publisher of secular books has been hacked to death in the capital Dhaka in the second attack of its kind on Saturday, police say.  —  Faisal Arefin Dipon, 43, was killed at his office in the city centre, hours after another publisher …
John Crudele / New York Post:
The Commerce Department's GDP numbers don't make any sense  —  Marijuana must be legal in Washington because the folks at the Commerce Department have to be smoking a lot of it.  —  Commerce announced on Thursday that the nation's third-quarter gross domestic product expanded by just a 1.5 percent annual rate.
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