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10:30 AM ET, February 26, 2016


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New York Times:
In Republican Debate, a Feisty Marco Rubio Lays Into Donald Trump  —  Senator Marco Rubio, alarmed by Donald J. Trump's ascendancy and worried that his presidential chances were slipping away, unleashed a barrage of attacks on the real estate mogul's business ethics, hiring practices …
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Trump leads Rubio Even Head To Head in Florida  —  PPP's newest Florida Republican poll (conducted Wednesday and Thursday before the debate) finds Donald Trump dominant in the state.  He's getting 45% to 25% for Marco Rubio, 10% for Ted Cruz, 8% for John Kasich, and 5% for Ben Carson.
Niall Stanage / The Hill:
Winners, losers in final GOP debate before Super Tuesday  —  There were fireworks galore when the Republican presidential candidates took to the stage on Thursday night for their final clash before Super Tuesday.  —  Front-runner Donald Trump  —  came to the CNN debate in Houston knowing …
Frank Bruni / New York Times:
Five Big Questions After a G.O.P. Debate That Targeted Trump  —  Were Brakes Just Put on the Trump Juggernaut?  —  Something profound happened on the stage in Houston on Thursday night.  Both Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz stopped focusing on each other long enough to turn toward the person …
WBUR Poll: In Mass., Clinton Edges Sanders, While Trump Leads Big
Discussion: Political Wire and Politico
Holly Bailey / Yahoo Politics:
Rubio goes after Trump in fiery GOP debate
Discussion: Politico, Washington Post and The Week
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:   Rubio, Cruz throw everything they can at front-runner Trump
Lee Drutman / Vox:
Marco Rubio's chances were always poor
Washington Post:
The CNN-Telemundo Republican debate transcript, annotated … State of the 2016 race  —  The hall is set before the Republican presidential primary debate at The University of Houston.  (Pat Sullivan/AP) … CNN's Wolf Blitzer introduced the candidates, laid out the rules and the debate began.
Kevin Drum / Mother Jones:
Republicans Have Totally Lost Their Mojo  —  A few hours ago I wondered why none of the other Republican candidates has seriously attacked Donald Trump.  I got a bunch of responses, most of which related to policy.  They can't attack him for his xenophobia because most of them support …
Discussion: Unqualified Offerings
Will Rahn / The Daily Beast:
Robot Rubio Turns Terminator on Donald Trump
Discussion: The Federalist
Michael Nunez / Gizmodo:
Mark Zuckerberg Asks Racist Facebook Employees to Stop Crossing Out Black Lives Matter Slogans  —  The Black Lives Matter movement has shed light on the racial profiling, police brutality, and racial inequality experienced by the African-American community across America.
Excel Industries shooter identified as Cedric Ford  —  Update: Eyewitness News has learned that Newton Medical Center is on lockdown due to police activity in the area.  —  Update: Multiple eyewitnesses and employees at Excel Industries identify the shooter as Cedric Ford, 38, an employee at the company in Hesston.
NBC News:
Cedric Larry Ford Kills 3, Injures 14 in Kansas Shooting Spree
Discussion: Hit & Run, Associated Press and WATE-TV
Chad Livengood / Detroit News:
Emails: Flint water warnings reached gov's inner circle  —  Lansing — Two top advisers to Gov. Rick Snyder urged switching Flint back to Detroit's water system in October 2014 after General Motors Co. said the city's heavily chlorinated river water was rusting engine parts …
Detroit Free Press:
Top Snyder aides urged going back to Detroit water
Robert Kagan / Washington Post:
Trump is the GOP's Frankenstein monster.  Now he's strong enough to destroy the party.  —  Robert Kagan is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a contributing columnist for The Post.  —  When the plague descended on Thebes, Oedipus sent his brother-in-law to the Delphic oracle to discover the cause.
Jon Favreau / The Daily Beast:
Why Electing Hillary in '16 Is More Important Than Electing Obama in '08  —  A former Obama '08 speechwriter explains how why Secretary Clinton is a lot more compelling than you might think.  —  I hear you're still not Ready for Hillary.  —  I get it.  I didn't start off as her biggest fan either.
Anne Gearan / Washington Post:
Clinton regrets 1996 remark on ‘super-predators’ after encounter with activist
Jonathan Capehart / Washington Post:
Hillary Clinton on ‘superpredator’ remarks: 'I shouldn't have used those words'
Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
Obama to meet McConnell, Grassley to discuss Supreme Court vacancy  —  President Obama will convene a long-anticipated meeting at the White House next Tuesday with top Republican senators to discuss the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.  —  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
Allegra Kirkland / Talking Points Memo:   Carson: I'll Consider The ‘Fruit Salad Of Their Life’ When Picking SCOTUS Nom
Columbia Daily Tribune:
University of Missouri curators vote to fire Melissa Click  —  Melissa Click, an assistant professor of mass media at the University of Missouri, demands a journalist leave the Concerned Student 1950 camp area in November.  The Missouri Board of Curators voted 4-2 in favor …
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Clinton: Trump's ‘Divisive’ Rhetoric Doesn't ‘Fit’ With The Trump I Knew  —  In an interview that aired Friday on MSNBC's “Morning Joe,” Hillary Clinton said she's been surprised by Donald Trump's transformation from “good company” to a “mean-spirited” and “offensive” person.
Discussion: The Week
Rafa Fernandez De Castro / Fusion:
Former Mexican President to Donald Trump: 'I'm not going to pay for that f**king wall'  —  Update Feb. 25, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. Donald Trump took to Twitter to demand an apology from former Mexican President Vicente Fox: … In an exclusive interview earlier this week with Univision …
Fawn Johnson / Morning Consult:
Apple CEO Looks Good in Wake of Standoff With FBI, Poll Finds  —  Apple CEO Tim Cook has the second-highest approval rating of tech leaders, according to a new Morning Consult poll.  In the wake of a swirling conflict over whether the tech giant should help the Federal Bureau of Investigation open …
Discussion: Engadget and The Verge
Rita / Postcards from Paris & elsewhere:
RAPE is better than RAAACISM (The Left)  —  “Mesdames, laissez-vous violer par les migrants, cela ne dure que 30 secondes” (Ladies, let yourselves be raped by the migrants, it takes only 30 seconds)...writes Christine Tasin in Riposte Laique introducing an article which I translate below:
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Anna Giaritelli / Washington Examiner:
Al Sharpton might ‘get out of here’ if Trump wins  —  Rev. Al Sharpton told attendees at a Center for American Progress Action Fund event Thursday he would flee the country if Donald Trump won the election, in order to avoid being deported by Trump.  —  Sharpton, a Democrat …
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Elisabeth Behrmann / Bloomberg Business:
Mercedes Boots Robots From the Production Line
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
Trump says audits might be linked to his religion
Discussion: The Daily Beast and Raw Story
Peter Coy / Bloomberg Business:
Associated Press:
Graham on Trump: ‘Nut job’ who likely wins GOP nomination
Discussion: Associated Press and ABC News
Marc A. Thiessen / Washington Post:
How Biden killed John Roberts's nomination in 1992
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Point Breeze meeting ends after ‘anti-Semitic’ comments
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‘Cecil Effect’ dangerous for lions, guides
Matthew Watkins / The Texas Tribune:
UT Architecture Dean Cites Campus Carry as a Reason for Departure
Darren Goode / Politico:
Cruz won't hold up Flint aid deal in Senate