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4:45 PM ET, November 10, 2015


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New York Times:
Jeb Bush Allies Threaten Wave of Harsh Attacks on Marco Rubio, an Ex-Mentee  —  The cash-rich group aiding Jeb Bush's White House run has filmed a provocative video casting his rival Marco Rubio as ultimately unelectable because of his hard-line stand against abortion.
Bloomberg Business:
Jeb Bush's Comeback Plan Looks Weaker Than Advertised  —  Though the Republican presidential candidate's team says they're focused on March contests, there are few signs of enthusiasm in those states.  —  michaelcbender  —  As Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush's poll numbers dropped …
Scott Clement / Washington Post:
Ben Carson is still the most popular presidential candidate.  And it's not close.  —  Ben Carson maintains his exceptional popularity among Republicans amid criticisms of his campaign and past statements, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.  —  And, in fact, he's quite popular among independents too.
Martin Longman / Washington Monthly:   Jeb Can't Even Handle the Little Stuff
Niall Stanage / The Hill:
Cruz on the rise before debate
Discussion: Trail Blazers Blog
Alan Rappeport / New York Times:
A Pre-emptive Strike From Marco Rubio, Using Jeb Bush's Words
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Governors flop in Republican race
Discussion: Hullabaloo, Salon and ABC News
The Hill:
Clinton, allies set sights on newly surging Rubio
Discussion: Politico, ABC News and The Week
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Can We Start Taking Political Correctness Seriously Now?  —  <span>“Help me get this reporter out of here.  I need some muscle over here.”</span> … The student protest at the University of Missouri began as a response to a serious problem — outbursts of vile racism on campus …
New York Times:
As Missouri Activists Block Journalists, a Divide Over ‘Respect’ and Rights  —  COLUMBIA, Mo. — A video that showed University of Missouri protesters restricting a student photographer's access to a public area of campus on Monday ignited discussions about press freedom.
James Fallows / The Atlantic:
A Young Journalist Setting an Example for the Rest of Us  —  It's too easy, and also rash and risky, to criticize people on the basis of perhaps-out-of-context social media snippets.  —  So let me compliment someone!  You may already have seen the video below, shot this afternoon at the University of Missouri.
Discussion: NBC News
Melissa Cronin / Gawker:
Woman Calling for “Muscle” To Block Reporter From Mizzou Demonstrations Is a Professor of Mass Media
Sean Davis / The Federalist:
Meet The Mizzou Media Professor Who's Trying To Ban Media Coverage
Out Magazine:
Out100 2015 Cover Revealed: President Barack Obama … The 44th President of the United States is our Ally of the Year—a president who came to office on a wave of euphoria, appeared to lose momentum halfway through, and has since rallied, helping us secure marriage equality …
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Obama to seek Supreme Court ruling on immigration actions
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
A Self-Awareness Mr Magoo  —  In case you missed the late news yesterday evening, the Carson-Yale mystery has taken a paradoxical turn in which all can apparently rejoice: new evidence both suggests the possibility that Ben Carson may be telling some version of the truth as he remembers it …
Discussion: BuzzFeed
William Schmitt / Columbia Missourian:
MU journalism faculty voting to remove Click's courtesy appointment  —  COLUMBIA — Faculty in the Missouri School of Journalism were voting Tuesday to revoke a courtesy appointment for Melissa Click, an assistant professor in MU's Department of Communication.
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Trump Floats Starbucks Boycott, Pledges Return Of ‘Merry Christmas’  —  Donald Trump on Monday night criticized Starbucks for creating a blank red cup for the holiday season, rather than including winter or Christmas-themed designs.  —  Starbucks' decision has angered Christians who believe …
Theodore Schleifer / CNN:
Donald Trump: ‘Maybe we should boycott Starbucks’
George F. Will / Washington Post:
Bill O'Reilly makes a mess of history  —  Were the lungs the seat of wisdom, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly would be wise, but they are not and he is not.  So it is not astonishing that he is doubling down on his wager that the truth cannot catch up with him.  It has, however, already done so.
Rachael Bade / Politico:
FBI steps up interviews in Clinton email probe  —  Even as Hillary Clinton tries to put questions about her private email server behind her, the FBI has stepped up inquiries into the security of the former secretary of state's home-made email system and how aides communicated over email, POLITICO has learned.
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Jim Gilmore: “I'm Not Some Weirdo,” I Was Governor Of A State  —  More like not happy Gilmore.  —  Mandel Ngan / AFP / Getty Images  —  Though Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore barely registers in the polls at all, he will be on the ballot in at least two primary states, South Carolina and New Hampshire.
Discussion: Political Wire and TVNewser
Jennifer Epstein / news:
Clinton Meets a Voter With Harsh Words for Rival Fiorina  —  A voter questioning Hillary Clinton at a campaign event on Tuesday had harsh words for Republican rival Carly Fiorina, a former CEO of Hewlett-Packard.  —  The man, who attended the town hall-style event at a VFW hall in Derry …
Discussion: Politico and ABC News
Michael Isikoff / Yahoo:
Chelsea Manning ‘feels like a freak’ with 2-inch prison haircut, sues Army  —  It would be hard to imagine the saga of Chelsea Manning getting any stranger — or more poignant.  But it did one night in September when the former U.S. Army intelligence analyst, who is serving a 35-year prison term …
Tim Murphy / Mother Jones:
I Can't Stop Watching These Old Clips of Bernie Sanders' Cable-Access Show  —  After he was elected mayor of Burlington, Vermont, in 1981, Bernie Sanders took his message straight to the people via a cable access show called Bernie Speaks.  It was a low-budget production.
Discussion: Political Wire and The Week
Allister Heath / Telegraph:
Apple's Tim Cook declares the end of the PC and hints at new medical product  —  Exclusive interview: The Apple boss has two missions - taking on the office PC with his new devices and keeping his customers safe from cyber criminals  —  It is striking how little has changed in the average office over the past decade.
David M. Herszenhorn / New York Times:
Senate Passes Military Bill That Bars Transfers of Guantánamo Detainees  —  WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday approved an annual military policy bill, and White House officials said President Obama would sign the measure despite provisions that bar the transfer of detainees …
Discussion: TalkLeft
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Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
Bush team schedules post-debate call with donors
Discussion: Political Wire
Server posts advice in open letter for newlywed who refused to leave a tip
Discussion: WGN-TV, WNEP-TV and
Shay Arthur / WREG-TV:
TBI will soon post animal abuse offenders
Discussion: Raw Story and
Meghan Keneally / ABC News:
Dramatic Police Footage Shows Driver Ramming Into Cop Car After Chase
Juliet Eilperin / Washington Post:
Obama supports altering Civil Rights Act to include LGBT discrimination
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Pew Research Center / Pew Internet:
Apps Permissions in the Google Play Store
Discussion: The Hill and Pew Research Center
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Crayola Now Has Its Own Line of Coloring Books For Adults
Discussion: WGN-TV and
Callum Borchers / Washington Post:
Fox debate moderator to Republicans: ‘Be careful about looking like whiners and babies’
Discussion: Politico and Jezebel
Peter Weber / The Week:
Watch Sen. Claire McCaskill take a strong, politically questionable stand against mansplaining
Jennifer Steinhauer / New York Times:
Even as House Speaker, Paul Ryan Sleeps in His Office
Discussion: The Week
Nahal Toosi / Politico:
Ben Carson's Roman fixation
Discussion: The Week