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10:15 AM ET, January 22, 2016

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Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
National Review aims to take down Trump  —  For months, Republican leaders have worried about how to stop 2016 frontrunner Donald Trump.  Now, one of the conservative movement's most influential publications is taking matters into its own hands.  —  National Review is dedicating a special issue …
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Tal Kopan / CNN:
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders hold solid leads in Iowa, CNN/ORC poll finds  —  Washington (CNN)Donald Trump holds a commanding lead in Iowa as Sen. Bernie Sanders takes control of the Democratic race in the critical first-in-the-nation voting state, according to a new CNN/ORC poll released Thursday.
Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
One Big Reason To Be Less Skeptical Of Trump  —  In a nomination race like the Republican one, you could draw up a list of reasons to be skeptical of any candidate's chances.  Here are some reasons to be skeptical about Ted Cruz's position in Iowa, for example.  Here's why Marco Rubio's strategy looks increasingly precarious.
Robert Costa / Washington Post:
GOP establishment warms to Trump — and remains cool toward Cruz  —  The Republican establishment — once seen as the force that would destroy Donald Trump's outsider candidacy — is now learning to live with it, with some elected and unelected leaders saying they see an upside to Trump as the nominee.
Manu Raju / CNN:
The Ted Cruz pile on: GOP senators warn of revolt should he win nomination  —  Washington (CNN)Republican Party leaders and prominent senators are sharpening their knives against Ted Cruz, expressing growing alarm over his candidacy as he continues to mount a serious threat in Iowa.
Jessica Hopper / ABC News:
Discussion: Washington Times
Jesse Byrnes / The Hill:
Conservatives pen anti-Trump manifesto  —  Conservative authors are banding together to publish a manifesto Friday denouncing the ideas of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.  —  Leading conservatives including Erick Erickson, William Kristol and Yuval Levin have written essays …
Max Abelson / Bloomberg Business:
Trump or Cruz? No Sweat, Wall Street's Big Republican Donors Say
Kathy Frankovic / YouGov US Opinion Center News:
In Trump-Cruz battle, Donald Trump still leads
Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
Donald Trump or Ted Cruz? Republicans Argue Over Who Is Greater Threat
Rob Sussman / kbur.com:
Cruz Still Ahead of Trump in Iowa, Clinton Beating Sanders, According to Final KBUR/Monmouth College Poll
Nat Brown / National Review:
Houston, We Have a Problem  —  National Review was asked by the RNC to partner in the GOP debates.  We agreed.  Our initial partner was NBC, with whom we were to help moderate the pre-Super Tuesday debate, originally to be held on February 26 in Houston, then suspended by the RNC in retribution …
Jim Morrill / The Charlotte Observer:
Sen. Richard Burr asks for retraction on report of comments about Ted Cruz  —  Associated Press story said Burr told supporters he would vote for Bernie Sanders over Cruz  —  Burr denies report, tweets: ‘I will support whoever the GOP nominee is’  —  AP says, ‘We stand by our story’
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Joel Rosenblatt / Bloomberg Business:
Google Paid Apple $1 Billion to Keep Search Bar on IPhone  —  Court records reveal details of two companies' relationship  —  Google Inc. is paying Apple Inc. a hefty fee to keep its search bar on the iPhone.  —  Apple received $1 billion from its rival in 2014, according to a transcript …
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Joel Rosenblatt / Bloomberg Business:
Google's Android Generates $31 Billion Revenue, Oracle Says
Brent Budowsky / The Hill:
Sanders's magnificent ‘America’ campaign ad  —  The new television ad that was released by Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I-Vt.) campaign, based on Simon and Garfunkel's song “America,” is the most brilliant and appropriate campaign ad of the year so far, and may be the most important campaign ad …
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David A. Graham / The Atlantic:
Bernie Sanders's America
Matthew Yglesias / Vox:   Bernie Sanders's new ad “America” is perfect for now but shows the big challenge he'll face soon
Anna Giaritelli / Washington Examiner:
The dog keeps eating IRS hard drives  —  In Oscar Wilde's comedy, “The Importance of Being Earnest,” Lady Bracknell is indignant to hear that Jack Worthing is an orphan.  “To lose one parent, Mr. Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.”
New York Times:
A G.O.P. Majority in New Hampshire Pipes Up: We're Not for Trump  —  BROOKLINE, N.H. — Jeanne Cleveland, a retired teacher, pursed her lips sourly at the mention of his name and tried to summarize her distaste in diplomatic terms.  —  “I think he's arrogant,” she said.  “I think he's rude.
Catherine Herridge / Fox News:
Clinton emails so secret some lawmakers can't read them  —  Some of Hillary Clinton's emails on her private server contained information so secret that senior lawmakers who oversee the State Department cannot read them without fulfilling additional security requirements, Fox News has learned.
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WREG-TV:
Search crews find body of Noah Chamberlin  —  CHESTER COUNTY, Tenn. — Rescue crews found the body of 2-year-old Noah Chamberlin Thursday.  —  The little boy was found by rescue crews about a mile and a half from his home.  —  A visibly upset search and rescue crew asked people to keep the family of Noah in your prayers.
Alexander Burns / New York Times:
In Word and Deed, Christie's Ambitions Shrink at Home Amid White House Bid  —  Gov. Chris Christie's return to New Jersey was swift and efficient: He flew to his home state on Monday night after a campaign trip to Iowa.  The next day, he sliced through a towering pile of legislation awaiting his signature …
Discussion: Political Wire and Eschaton
Elise Labott / CNN:
John Kerry: Some sanctions relief money for Iran will go to terrorism  —  Davos, Switzerland (CNN)Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged to CNBC Thursday that some of the money Iran received in sanctions relief would go to groups considered terrorists.  —  When asked about whether …
 
 
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Hilary Whiteman / CNN:
North Korea arrests American student for ‘hostile act,’ state media says
Iain Murray / National Review:
The Administration Is Ruling by Decree
Discussion: Cafe Hayek and Washington Examiner
Maane Khatchatourian / Variety:
Mark Ruffalo Calls America ‘Rife With White Privilege Racism’
Discussion: Guardian, The Verge and USA Today
Ashley E. McGuire / The Hill:
Pro-life movement has always been driven by women
Discussion: LifeNews.com and RedState
McKay Coppins / BuzzFeed:
Ted Cruz Faces Questions About His Tithing History
New York Times:
Hillary Clinton's Paid Speeches to Wall Street Animate Her Opponents
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Eliza Newlin Carney / American Prospect:
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Discussion: Common Dreams and cfinst.org
Nick Gass / Politico:
Cruz reveals he doesn't have health insurance
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