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9:40 PM ET, November 11, 2015


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Michael E. Miller / Washington Post:
As death threats spread fear at Mizzou, professor asks students to defeat ‘bullies’ and attend class  —  Barely a day after protesters buoyantly celebrated the resignation of top administrators, the University of Missouri's Mel Carnahan Quadrangle was eerily quiet Tuesday night.  The tents gone.
Myles Artis / USA Today:
Suspect arrested over social media threats at U. of Missouri  —  Campus police have arrested a suspect who allegedly posted racial threats to the University of Missouri campus on social media, the university said Wednesday.  —  The suspect is in police custody and was not located at or near …
Mary Elizabeth Williams / Salon:
White Missouri professor shames black students for heeding violent threats: “If you give into bullies, they win”  —  This is not how professors should stand in solidarity with minority students  —  It is a bold practice to keep on keeping on in the face of threats and harassment …
William Schmitt / Columbia Missourian:
MU faculty member resigns courtesy appointment, apologizes for photojournalist incident
Aaron Zitner / Wall Street Journal:
Donald Trump, Marco Rubio Won GOP Debate, Poll Finds  —  Donald Trump and Marco Rubio won Tuesday's night primetime Republican debate, according to an overnight poll of Internet users who watched the contest, but Mr. Trump came out as the favorite among Republicans and left the best impression about his ability to serve as president.
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
Cruz vs. Rubio: The Overture  —  The most interesting story out of last night's Republican debate is probably the one written up by McKay Coppins here: In several different moments we watched a preview of the way that Ted Cruz intends to go after Marco Rubio if and when the field begins to winnow and the two of them rise toward the top.
Discussion: Independent Journal and BuzzFeed
Joe Cunningham / RedState:
Winners and Losers from the Fox Business Debate
NBC News:
Jeb Bush Just Scored a Highly-Touted Endorsement  —  Jeb Bush picked up a highly-touted endorsement Wednesday.  Former U.S. senator and Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole announced his support of the former Florida Governor.  —  Announced on Veteran's Day, Dole will also serve …
Tim McGraw / CBS News:
Marco Rubio blasts Obama's “unconstitutional” immigration plans
Protesters set American flag on fire, MPD officers ceremoniously fold it up  —  MILWAUKEE — Hundreds of people ventured in downtown Milwaukee Tuesday evening to protest causes of all kinds — everything from minimum wage to immigration.  —  During their march from Milwaukee's City Hall …
Discussion: WREG-TV, KTLA and Moe Lane
Hunter Walker / Yahoo:
Ben Carson is done answering questions about his life story  —  MILWAUKEE — Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson is ready to tell people who ask questions about his history to “go jump in a lake.”  —  Carson, a former neurosurgeon, is currently one of the leaders in the GOP primary field.
Richard Fry / Pew Research Center:
Record share of young women are living with their parents, relatives  —  A larger share of young women are living at home with their parents or other relatives than at any point since the 1940s.  —  A new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data shows that 36.4% of women ages 18 …
Roberto A. Ferdman / Washington Post:
“That one was definitely alive”: An undercover video at one of the nation's biggest pork processors  —  Months worth of footage have raised serious concerns about the conditions at one of the largest pork processors in the U.S., and started a government investigation.  —  The pigs are not all right.
Joe Holleman / St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Mizzou hunger-strike figure from Omaha, son of top railroad exec  —  Jonathan Butler, a central figure in the protests at the University of Missouri, is an Omaha native and the son of a railroad vice president, the Omaha World-Herald reports.  —  Butler refused food last week in a move …
Jim Hoft / The Gateway Pundit:
MIZZOU HUNGER STRIKER Claims He's Oppressed, Rips ‘White Privilege’ - Comes From Family Worth $20 Million
Discussion: Independent Journal and Right
Fredreka Schouten / USA Today:
Charles Koch: No backing for candidate in GOP primary  —  WASHINGTON — Billionaire industrialist Charles Koch said Wednesday he's unlikely to back a candidate in the crowded Republican presidential primary, the latest sign that one of the most influential figures in conservative politics seems less than enthusiastic about his choices.
Jason Howerton /
Mizzou Student Body President Issues Warning on ‘Confirmed’ KKK Presence on Campus — Amid Online Panic, the Truth Emerges  —  University of Missouri Student Body President Payton Head issued a chilling warning of a “confirmed” Ku Klux Klan presence on campus Tuesday — only to admit it was not true hours later.
Glenn Harlan Reynolds / USA Today:
Glenn Reynolds: After Yale, Mizzou, raise the voting age — to 25  —  How can students too spoiled to tolerate debate weigh opposing political arguments?  They can't.  —  CONNECT  —  In 1971, the United States ratified the 26th Amendment, lowering the voting age from 21 to 18.
Ari Melber / MSNBC:
Driven to hospital, Virginia man tased, shackled and dies in police custody  —  When three Virginia police officers put Linwood Lambert in a squad car around 5 a.m. on May 4, 2013, they said they were taking him to the ER for medical attention because he was speaking delusionally.
Discussion: Raw Story and ThinkProgress
Sean Davis / The Federalist:
Meet The Mizzou Student Responsible For Hyping The Poop Swastika  —  On October 28, Mizzou student dorm association president Billy Donley dropped a bomb on his fellow students: somebody at the University of Missouri drew a swastika in one of the school's dorms.
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Trump Continues To Tell Myth That He Is Self-Funding His Campaign  —  In last night's Republican debate, Donald Trump repeated something that he and his campaign have been saying for several weeks: that he is self-funding his campaign.  —  Joshua Lott / AFP / Getty Images
Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
13.5 Million Watch GOP Debate on FBN  —  Fox Business Network had its most-watched day Tuesday as it broadcast its first presidential primary debates.  —  According to Nielsen fast national ratings, the main debate, moderated by FBN's Maria Bartiromo, Neil Cavuto and WSJ's Gerard Baker …
Discussion: PoliticusUSA, The Week and FishbowlDC
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Joe's Crab Shack is trying out no-tipping
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Cristina Flores / KUTV-TV:
Foster parents say child removed from their home because they are gay
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Graham On Putin: “I Would Shoot His Planes Down” In Syria
Ben Carson / New York Times:
Fact Check: The Fourth G.O.P. Debate
 Earlier Items: 
The Local:
Nightclub bans refugees for ‘harassing women’
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and VodkaPundit
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Carson swipes Sanders at Christian college
Discussion: Raw Story
David Edwards / Raw Story:
Oregon city councilor posts anti-Muslim screed on Facebook: They are ‘pure evil’ like Hitler
Christine MacDonald / Detroit News:
Mayor: Pizza in oven, no time to hear foreclosure pleas
Tom Maguire / JustOneMinute:
Lying Liars Lie
Discussion: New York Times
USA Today:
Veterans Affairs pays $142 million in bonuses amid scandals