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10:50 AM ET, March 13, 2016


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Eli Rosenberg / New York Times:
Trump Supporter Who Made Nazi Salute Explains Why She Made the Gesture  —  The photo, taken outside the arena where Donald J. Trump's appearance had just been canceled on Friday in Chicago, circulated far and wide: A woman in a Donald Trump T-shirt, eyes locked with a protester, her right arm raised skyward, her palm faced down.
Los Angeles Times:
How black, Latino and Muslim college students organized to stop Trump's rally in Chicago  —  Donald Trump supporters and protesters clash March 11, 2016, outside the UIC Pavilion after the rally for the Republican presidential candidate was canceled.  —  When black, Muslim and Latino student activists …
Karen Tumulty / Washington Post:
Trump has lit a fire.  Can it be contained?  —  Scenes of chaos at postponed Chicago rally … An already ugly presidential campaign has descended to a new level — one where the question is no longer whether Donald Trump can be stopped on his march to the GOP presidential nomination …
Alex Seitz-Wald / MSNBC:
How Bernie Sanders supporters shut down a Donald Trump rally in Chicago  —  When Ja'Mal Green, a prominent black activist and Bernie Sanders supporter in Chicago, saw that Donald Trump was coming to the University of Illinois Chicago, he knew what he had to do.  “Everyone, get your tickets to this.
Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Sanders: My supporters are not to blame for violence at Trump rally
Discussion: Politico
Katie Glueck / Politico:
Cruz reaffirms pledge to support GOP nominee, even if Trump
Discussion: ABC News
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Trump blames Sanders for chaos at his rallies
CBS News:
Poll: Trump and Kasich neck-and-neck in Ohio; Trump leads in Florida  —  Donald Trump keeps his lead in winner-take-all Florida, at 44 percent over Ted Cruz's 24 percent and Marco Rubio's 21 percent.  In Ohio, Governor John Kasich is tied with Trump 33 percent to 33 percent …
Anthony Man / Sun-Sentinel:
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz split anti-Donald Trump vote in Florida  —  U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., left, and real estate developer Donald Trump are running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.  —  Sun Sentinel … Privacy Policy  —  A Florida Atlantic University public opinion …
Discussion: Chicago Tribune
Washington Post:
Rubio wins D.C. Republican primary; edges out Kasich  —  Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida edged out Ohio Gov. John Kasich in Saturday's Republican primary in the District, where voters waited in line as long as three hours to cast ballots.  —  Many of them called it one of the most significant GOP primaries here in years.
Mark Murray / NBC News:
Polls: Trump Ahead in Florida, Illinois; Kasich Leads in Ohio  —  Donald Trump leads the Republican presidential field in the March 15 primary states of Florida and Illinois, while John Kasich holds the edge in his home state of Ohio, according to three new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist polls.
Discussion: ABC News, Political Wire and NBC News
Beth Reinhard / Wall Street Journal:   Ben Carson Says He Would Be Willing to Be Trump's VP
Keith BieryGolick /
Boehner endorses Kasich days before primary  —  WEST CHESTER TWP.  - Republicans in Butler County honored former Speaker John Boehner three days before residents across Ohio's 8th District will vote on his replacement in Congress.  —  But on Saturday, Boehner was more interested in talking about the presidential race.
Discussion: AOL, New York Magazine and Politico
Evelyn Rupert / The Hill:
Boehner endorses Kasich: reports
Discussion: Scared Monkeys
Hillary Clinton:
On the fight against HIV and AIDS—and on the people who really started the conversation.  —  Yesterday, at Nancy Reagan's funeral, I said something inaccurate when speaking about the Reagans' record on HIV and AIDS.  Since then, I've heard from countless people who were devastated by the loss …
Kyle Smith / New York Post:
How Democrats abandoned the working class and spurred rise of Donald Trump  —  Inequality has risen.  Jobs are going overseas.  The more the stock market rises, the more the working class feels crushed by globalization.  —  And all of this has occurred exactly as Democrats have engineered it.
Andy Martino / New York Daily News:
THE HAUNTED TWILIGHT OF RICHARD SIMMONS  —  Two years ago, the flamboyant fitness guru abruptly disappeared from public life.  Now, his closest friends, banished from his inner circle, have grown increasingly concerned.  They worry that the pop-culture icon is being held against his will inside …
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
How Carson arrived at Trump  —  Ben Carson sipped hot chocolate across the breakfast table from Donald Trump  —  at the businessman's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., on Thursday morning, still unsure as to whether he'd endorse anyone in the Republican primary.
Discussion: AOL and Front Page Magazine
Jonathan Swan / The Hill:
Key GOP fundraiser: Donors will fall in line behind Trump  —  A top Republican fundraiser says he believes the majority of the party's donor class will ultimately “fall in line” behind Donald Trump  —  as the party's presidential nominee despite last-ditch attempts by some wealthy conservatives to derail the billionaire front-runner.
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Eliza Collins / Politico:
America's most awkward primary
Discussion: ABC News and RedState
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Michael Volpe / The Daily Caller:
Here Are The Radical Leftist Anti-Tump Groups Behind The Chicago Protest
Discussion: Infowars and Instapundit
Caleb Howe / RedState:
Trump: 'I'm Going To Start Pressing Charges' Against Protesters [VIDEO]
Warden Among Those Hurt In Prison Riot
Hamza Shaban / BuzzFeed:
Congresswoman Unveils Plans To Prosecute Severe Online Threats Against Women
Discussion: The Hill
Justin Huggler / Telegraph:
‘Mama Merkel’ faces first test of migrant crisis handling as elections loom
Keith Lee / Associate's Mind:
Top Students Avoiding Law School 2016 Edition
Secret Service swarm Trump at Ohio rally
 Earlier Items: 
New York Times:
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Rukmini Callimachi / New York Times:
To Maintain Supply of Sex Slaves, ISIS Pushes Birth Control
Discussion: Slantpoint and The Week
Frank Newport / Gallup:
Trump Has a Major Image Problem With Hispanics
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Lydia Wheeler / The Hill:
John Lewis to Trump: ‘Have you no decency, sir?’
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Fedja Buric / Salon:
Trump's not Hitler, he's Mussolini: How GOP anti-intellectualism created a modern fascist movement in America
Discussion: Booman Tribune and Telegraph