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9:20 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 raised $3M in 24 hours, his biggest single day yet  —  Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' campaign has reportedly raised $3 million since Monday night's Iowa caucuses.  —  Sanders communications director Michael Briggs told The Washington Post that “it's been our best day ever.”
Discussion: RedState
Ruby Cramer / BuzzFeed:
Clinton Sends Brooklyn HQ Staff To New Hampshire  —  Clinton's campaign headquarters in Brooklyn Heights.  —  Spencer Platt / Getty Images  —  MANCHESTER, N.H. — This week, Hillary Clinton is dispatching at least 150 people from her campaign headquarters in Brooklyn Heights to New Hampshire …
John Wagner / Washington Post:
In 24 hours after Iowa caucuses, Sanders donors pony up $3 million, aides say  —  Nearly winning Iowa has been very good for Bernie Sanders's bank account.  —  An aide to the Democratic presidential hopeful said Tuesday that the campaign had raised $3 million since Monday night's Iowa caucuses …
Discussion: Political Wire and The Week
Karen Tumulty / Washington Post:
Clinton supporters prepare for a long battle after her close call in Iowa  —  DES MOINES — Hillary Clinton's hair's-breadth win over Bernie Sanders in the first contest of the Democratic nominating season has sent a loud message: Every day from now until November is going to be a battle.
Dana Milbank / Washington Post:
Cut Clinton some slack
Discussion: RH Reality Check
Frank Bruni / New York Times:
Hillary Clinton's Dutiful Slog
Peter Beinart / The Atlantic:
A Tie in Iowa Is a Win for Hillary
Eliza Collins / Politico:
Sanders refuses to concede defeat in Iowa
Discussion: Guardian and RedState
Ronald Brownstein / The Atlantic:
The Great Democratic Age Gap
Discussion: American Power
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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Allie Morris / Concord Monitor:
After being bested by Ted Cruz in Iowa, Donald Trump's front-runner status comes into question  —  When Donald Trump returned to the Granite State on Tuesday with all the trappings of his usual campaign events - the bright lights and hoards of supporters wearing Trump paraphernalia - something was different.
CNN:
First on CNN: Ted Cruz apologizes to Ben Carson  —  Windham, New Hampshire (CNN)The day after winning the Iowa caucuses, Ted Cruz issued an apology to Republican rival Ben Carson for falsely telling Iowa caucusgoers that the retired neurosurgeon planned to quit the race, calling it a “mistake.”
Robert Costa / Washington Post:
Scott Brown to endorse Trump  —  MILFORD, N.H. — Former Massachusetts senator Scott P. Brown, a moderate Republican who two years ago ran for Senate in New Hampshire, will endorse Donald Trump at a rally here Tuesday night, one week before the state's presidential primary.
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Full-page Bush ad takes aim at Rubio
Alana Abramson / ABC News:
How Presidential Candidates' Iowa Visits May Have Paid Off This Caucus
Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times:
Marco Rubio Campaign Dispatches Its Army and New Lines of Attack
Nicholas Confessore / New York Times:   Iowa Results Signal Long Nominating Contests for Both Parties
Associated Press:
Clinton Wins Iowa, Campaigns Turn to New Hampshire
Discussion: Politico and ABC News
Jordyn Phelps / ABC News:
Chris Christie Promises New Hampshire He'll ‘Be Like Gum on the Bottom of Your Shoe’
Discussion: The Week and Associated Press
Column Matthew Dowd / ABC News:
7 Takeaways Post-Iowa Caucuses
Discussion: Hot Air and Associated Press
Peter Sullivan / The Hill:
House fails to override ObamaCare veto  —  The House on Tuesday failed to override President Obama's veto of legislation that would have repealed much of ObamaCare and defunded Planned Parenthood.  —  The result was expected, given that an override would have required Democratic support to succeed …
Discussion: Politico and Daily Kos
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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
Betsy Reed / The Intercept:
A Note to Readers  —  The Intercept recently discovered a pattern of deception in the actions of a staff member.  The employee, Juan Thompson, was a staff reporter from November 2014 until last month.  Thompson fabricated several quotes in his stories and created fake email accounts …
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Katherine Krueger / Talking Points Memo:   The Intercept Says Ex-Staffer ‘Went To Great Lengths’ To Fake Stories
Julian Hattem / The Hill:
Kerry sent ‘secret’ email to Clinton from personal account  —  As a senator, Secretary of State John Kerry sent at least one email to Hillary Clinton from his personal account that has now been classified as secret, the State Department confirmed on Tuesday.
Discussion: Hot Air and Liberty Unyielding
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ABC News:   Kerry Used Private Email to Send Clinton Now Classified Info
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
McConnell wary of divisive 2016 fights  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), seeking to protect his majority in a tough cycle for Republicans, is leaning toward holding back several measures that have bipartisan support but are divisive in his conference.
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Associated Press:
High Hopes, Wide Gulf as Obama, GOP Look for Common Ground
Discussion: Politico
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 …
Oliver Jj Lane / Breitbart:
Top German Journalist Admits Live On Air National News Agenda Set By Government  —  A retired media boss at a major German state broadcaster has admitted his network and others take orders from the government on what — and what not — to report.  —  National public service broadcaster …
Discussion: National Review
Alanna Autler / WSMV-TV:
Davidson Co. election commission chair resigns, audit launched following I-Team investigation  —  The top election official in Nashville resigned and Mayor Megan Barry ordered an audit of spending in the Davidson County Election Commission following findings of a Channel 4 I-Team investigation.
 
 
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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: Chicago Boyz and Point of Order
Robby Soave / The Daily Beast:
The College Where Martin Luther King Is Problematic
Associated Press:
CHIPOTLE SAYS CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION WIDENS
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Rubio Copied One Of Obama's Most Famous Speeches - And Obama's Speechwriter Just Called Him On It
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Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
National Security Agency plans major reorganization
Discussion: Engadget
Adrian Carrasquillo / BuzzFeed:
The Effort To Turn Out Latino Voters In Iowa Worked
Scott Keyes / ThinkProgress:
Study Finds Republican Voter Suppression Is Even More Effective Than You Think
Discussion: Mediaite and Hullabaloo