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11:40 AM ET, February 3, 2016

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Jennifer Jacobs / Des Moines Register:
Iowa's nightmare revisited: Was correct winner called?  —  It's Iowa's nightmare scenario revisited: An extraordinarily close count in the Iowa caucuses — and reports of chaos in precincts and computer glitches — are raising questions about accuracy of the count and winner.
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Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Sanders won't debate Thursday unless Clinton agrees to future debates  —  Bernie Sanders' campaign says he won't participate in Thursday's planned Democratic presidential debate unless Hillary Clinton agrees to the Sanders campaign's conditions on future debates.
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Cut Clinton some slack  —  NASHUA, N.H.  —  Q: When is a win not a win?  —  A: When the winner is Hillary Clinton.  —  The Iowa Democratic Party confirmed in its final tally Tuesday that Clinton had won Monday night's caucuses.  She got more votes than any other candidate …
Jesse Byrnes / The Hill:
Sanders says he'll debate Clinton on Thursday  —  Bernie Sanders said Wednesday morning that he would participate in a Democratic debate this week in New Hampshire after some negotiating between his campaign and presidential rival Hillary Clinton.  —  “The answer is yes,” …
Discussion: Politico and Daily Kos
Sandra Sobieraj Westfall / People.com:
Hillary Clinton Blasts Donald Trump: ‘We Were Not Friends’  —  Hillary Clinton may have been all-smiles-for-the-camera at Donald Trump's 2005 wedding.  But ask her today if, after Trump has made her husband's past infidelity a 2016 campaign issue, she could ever be friendly with the billionaire businessman again, Clinton is blunt.
Discussion: The Week
Rebecca Traister / New York Magazine:
In Iowa, Hillary Shows She's Learned Something About Running While Female
John Wagner / Washington Post:
Sanders not ready to concede Iowa or confirm appearance in Thursday night debate
Discussion: RH Reality Check
Ruby Cramer / BuzzFeed:
Clinton Sends Brooklyn HQ Staff To New Hampshire
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Sanders raised $3M in 24 hours, his biggest single day yet
Discussion: RedState and Washington Post
John Wagner / Washington Post:
In 24 hours after Iowa caucuses, Sanders donors pony up $3 million, aides say
Frank Bruni / New York Times:
Hillary Clinton's Dutiful Slog
Scott Stump / TODAY.com:
Bernie Sanders looks to New Hampshire after Iowa loss: We have ‘momentum’
Karen Tumulty / Washington Post:
Clinton supporters prepare for a long battle after her close call in Iowa
Nick Gass / Politico:
Trump accuses Cruz of ‘fraud,’ calls for new Iowa election  —  Donald Trump on Wednesday accused Ted Cruz of committing fraud, and called for a new election in Iowa.  —  Ratcheting up his rhetoric after his loss in the Iowa caucuses on Monday, Trump first tweeted an accusation that the Texas senator had …
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Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Cruz On Carson's ‘Dirty Trick’ Claim: I'm Not Gonna Scapegoat My Staff  —  Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Wednesday said he would not discipline any campaign staffers for notifying Iowa caucusgoers that Ben Carson had plans to drop out of the race even though the retired neurosurgeon only had plans for a quick trip home to Florida.
Discussion: The Right Scoop
Des Moines Register:
Cruz won Iowa the old-fashioned way: He earned it
CNN:
First on CNN: Ted Cruz apologizes to Ben Carson
Allie Morris / Concord Monitor:
After being bested by Ted Cruz in Iowa, Donald Trump's front-runner status comes into question
Michael Falconre / ABC News:
The Note: Gearing Up In the Granite State
Discussion: Washington Post, Hot Air and The Week
Daniel Strauss / Politico:
Rand Paul drops out of White House race  —  Rand Paul dropped out of the 2016 president race on Wednesday, short on cash and support, two days after finishing with under 5 percent in the Iowa caucuses — less than one quarter of the support his father had drawn four years earlier.
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CNN:
First on CNN: Rand Paul dropping out of presidential race  —  (CNN)Rand Paul, the libertarian-minded freshman senator who was once viewed as a formidable presidential contender, is suspending his White House bid on Wednesday, several sources close to Paul told CNN.
Meridith McGraw / ABC News:
Discussion: WCTX-TV and TVNewser
Allegra Kirkland / Talking Points Memo:
Rand Paul Drops Out Of 2016 Race  —  Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) announced the suspension of his 2016 presidential campaign in a public statement on Wednesday.  In the statement, reposted by CNN, Paul said it was an “honor” to run and pledges to “continue to carry the torch for Liberty in the United States Senate.”
Discussion: Salon
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
In New Hampshire, GOP governors take aim at a resurgent Marco Rubio  —  BEDFORD, N.H. — Marco Rubio's surprisingly strong showing in the Iowa caucuses reshuffled the already intense competition here in New Hampshire among the Republican establishment candidates, leading some to sharpen …
Discussion: The Atlantic, Daily Kos and The Week
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New York Times:
Jeb Bush, an Also-Ran in Iowa, May Be Pivotal in New Hampshire
Discussion: Business Insider
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Full-page Bush ad takes aim at Rubio
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Marco Rubio Campaign Dispatches Its Army and New Lines of Attack
Cristian Farias / The Huffington Post:
Ted Cruz Is A ‘Natural Born Citizen,’ Board Of Election Finds  —  “Further discussion on this issue is unnecessary.”  —  Legal Affairs Reporter, The Huffington Post  —  On the same day he won the Republican Iowa caucus, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas got a favorable decision from the Illinois Board of Elections …
Erin Kelly / USA Today:
House fails to override president's veto of Obamacare repeal  —  WASHINGTON — The House on Tuesday failed to override President Obama's veto of a bill that would have repealed key provisions of Obamacare and stripped federal funding from Planned Parenthood.
Discussion: The Week
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Peter Sullivan / The Hill:
House fails to override ObamaCare veto
Discussion: Politico and Daily Kos
Greg Bensinger / Wall Street Journal:
Amazon Plans Hundreds of Brick-and-Mortar Bookstores, Mall CEO Says  —  Online giant Amazon.com is planning to open as many as 400 brick-and-mortar bookstores, according to the chief executive of mall operator General Growth Properties.
Kellan Howell / Washington Times:
Donald Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize  —  Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump is reportedly in the running to receive the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize.  —  Mr. Trump, who has attracted international backlash over his controversial rhetoric and call to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. …
 
 
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Joe Weisenthal / Bloomberg Business:
Goldman Sachs Says It May Be Forced to Fundamentally Question How Capitalism Is Working
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John Branch / New York Times:
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Bryon Allen / Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research:
Three Thoughts on the Iowa Polls
Discussion: The Federalist and Daily Kos
FiveThirtyEight:
How Iowa Voted … Clinton 50.1 percent, Sanders 49.3 percent with 85 percent in.
Seth Barrett Tillman / THE NEW REFORM CLUB:
Litigating (former) Senator Hillary Clinton's Legal Woes: A Response to Professor Rick Hasen …
Discussion: Point of Order and Chicago Boyz
Robby Soave / The Daily Beast:
The College Where Martin Luther King Is Problematic
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Discussion: National Review
Nate Cohn / New York Times:
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