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6:15 PM ET, November 18, 2015


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Caitlin Cruz / Talking Points Memo:
Ben Carson Can't Place New England On A Map (PHOTO)  —  Retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson on Tuesday expressed his support for a growing contingent of governors who are against allowing Syrian refugees into the United States — but he shared an incorrect graphic of the lower 48 states in the process.
Ryan Struyk / ABC News:
Ted Cruz Challenges President Obama to ‘Come Back and Insult Me to My Face’  —  A fired-up Sen. Ted Cruz this morning challenged President Obama to a debate over Syrian refugees, lashing out at Obama over his Tuesday comments in the Philippines.  —  “I want to encourage you, Mr. President …
Discussion: news
Andy Cush / Gawker:
Ted Cruz Would Like to Know Why Obama Won't Insult Him to His Face  —  Standing outside of a private club for fancy men this morning, senator and presidential hopeful Ted Cruz made it clear that he is ready to buck with Barack Obama.  “If you want to insult me, you can do it overseas …
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Schumer: Refugee pause may be necessary
Katherine Krueger / Talking Points Memo:
Ted Cruz To Obama: ‘Come Back And Insult Me To My Face’ (VIDEO)
Discussion: The Daily Banter
Associated Press:
Syrian family diverted after Indiana changes refugee policy
Discussion: Politico, Mediaite and Daily Kos
Margaret Talev / Bloomberg Business:
Bloomberg Poll: Most Americans Oppose Syrian Refugee Resettlement  —  Americans agree with Republican presidential candidates on refugees, but are divided on whether to send U.S. troops to Iraq and Syria to fight the Islamic State, according to the poll.  —  margarettalev
David Giambusso / Politico:
De Blasio escalates attack on Christie's refugee stance
Discussion: Bloomberg Business and ABC News
John Bresnahan / Politico:
Democrats will vote no on Syria refugee bill
Kristina Peterson / Wall Street Journal:
House Speaker Paul Ryan Warns of Budget, Guantanamo Confrontations With White House
Discussion: Daily Kos
3 terrorist suspects killed, others held in raid in Saint-Denis, officials say  —  Saint-Denis, France (CNN)Three terrorist suspects have been killed in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis during an ongoing security operation linked to the deadly attacks that rocked the French capital five days ago, a police source said.
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Washington Post:
2 terror suspects dead after French police raid north of Paris
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Bobby Jindal's presidential campaign was unrecognizable from the Bobby Jindal I knew  —  I met Bobby Jindal 12 years ago.  He was running for Louisiana governor against Kathleen Blanco.  At 32, he was one of the most impressive candidates for any office that I had ever met.
Discussion: NOLA River, Guardian and Booman Tribune
Daniel Strauss / Politico:
Marco Rubio scores megadonor Frank VanderSloot
Discussion: news
Jerusalem Post:
Jewish teacher stabbed in Marseilles by purported ISIS supporters  — France retaliates to Paris terror attacks, hits ISIS command center, training camp in Syria - Two dead, including suicide bomber, in police raid for mastermind behind Paris attacks  —  Educator's condition not life-threatening …
Andrew McCarthy / National Review:
Refugee ‘Religious Test’ Is ‘Shameful’ and ‘Not American’ ... Except that Federal Law Requires It  —  As I argued in Faithless Execution, the principal constitutional duty of the chief executive is to execute the laws faithfully.  President Obama, by contrast, sees his principal task as imposing …
David Nakamura / Washington Post:
An angry Obama upbraids critics who want to block refugees from Syria
Discussion: KXAN-TV
Peter Wehner / Commentary Magazine:
Our Bitter and Graceless President  —  We all know people of towering arrogance and we all know people of staggering incompetence, but Barack Obama is quite possibly the perfect package.  No one on the scene today combines these two qualities in quite the same way as Mr. Obama.
Kenneth P. Vogel / Politico:
The Koch intelligence agency  —  The political network helmed by Charles and David Koch has quietly built a secretive operation that conducts surveillance and intelligence gathering on its liberal opponents, viewing it as a key strategic tool in its efforts to reshape American public life.
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Our two Americas, in 1 map  —  Want to understand the bifurcated nature of our politics?  Try this map, released Tuesday by the Federal Election Commission, that documents which party controls a majority of seats in each state's congressional delegation.  —  Pretty remarkable no?
Discussion: Newsalert
New York Daily News:
NRA, Republicans block proposed law to stop suspected terrorists from buying guns in U.S.  —  The NRA — and their gun-loving Republican cohorts — are refusing once more to stop terrorists intent on getting armed in the U.S.A.  —  A legal loophole allows suspected terrorists on the government's …
Ted / Walid Shoebat:
Don't Pray For France, France Is A Godless Nation That Deserved To Be Attacked.  France Supports Terrorists And Kills Christians, And Needs To Be Punished  —  By Theodore Shoebat  —  Everyone is putting up the flag of France on their profiles on Facebook, and this is just but another trend that people are picking up.
Christopher Massie / BuzzFeed:
Trump: Paris Attacks Could've Been Stopped By “A Guy Like You Or Me” With A Gun  —  Stringer .  / Reuters  —  —  Donald Trump said on Wednesday that, if he or somebody else with a gun had been present during last Friday's attacks in Paris, things would have gone differently.
Discussion: Multimedia Feed …
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Congresswoman: Paris Attack A “Chilling Reminder” That We Need Tighter Gun Laws
Ben Ashford For / Daily Mail:
America's ‘enemies within’: How nearly SEVENTY have been arrested in America over ISIS plots in last 18 months - including refugees who had been given safe haven but ‘turned to terror’  — Increasing pressure from Republicans not to accept refugees from Syria on scale demanded by White House
Leda Reynolds / Daily Express:
ISIS suspects posing as refugees arrested at airport clutching hand-drawn MAP to Germany  —  EIGHT people have been arrested at Istanbul's main airport amid fears they are Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists posing as refugees after they were found clutching a hand-drawn map plotting the route to Germany.
Ilan Ben-Meir / BuzzFeed:
Santorum: “It Sounds Like President Obama Is In Cahoots With The Strategy Of ISIS”  —  “The president is helping ISIS every single day by the policies we have, and he doesn't even know it because he refuses to accept the reality that ISIS is a caliphate.”  —  Steve Pope / Getty Images
Discussion: The Moderate Voice
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David Axe / The Daily Beast:
Russia Pounds ISIS With Biggest Bomber Raid in Decades
Discussion: BizPac Review
Ece Toksabay / Reuters:
Turkey fans BOO during pre-match minute's silence for the victims of Paris attacks and chant …
Mark Murray / NBC News:
Team Bush Has Little to Show for $20 Million Spent on TV Ads
Discussion: Washington Post and Political Wire
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Condé Nast to Shutter Details Magazine
Tampa Bay Times:
Rubio misses Paris hearing for fundraising; did attend classified briefing Tuesday
 Earlier Items: 
New York Post:
Student: I was suspended for having a consensual threesome
Discussion: Gothamist
William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
Did UT-Austin students who disrupted Israel Studies event violate campus code?
Discussion: KVUE-TV and Washington Post
Chicago Tribune:
Emanuel's speed cameras issue $2.4 million in bad tickets
Discussion: WGN-TV
Maryville toddler survives alone for several days after grandmother's death
Discussion: WGN-TV and
Hanna Rosin / The Atlantic:
The Silicon Valley Suicides
Discussion: Joanne Jacobs
Katie Bo Williams / The Hill:
Feds fight to end phone secrecy after Paris attacks