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7:15 PM ET, March 14, 2016

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Rosie Gray / BuzzFeed:
Michelle Fields, Ben Shapiro Resign From Breitbart  —  Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields and editor-at-large Ben Shapiro are resigning from the company over the site's handling of Donald Trump's campaign manager's alleged assault on Fields, BuzzFeed News has learned.
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Benny Johnson / Independent Journal Review:
Leaked Internal Messages Show ‘Ashamed’ Writers At Breitbart Revolting Against Weak Leadership  —  Michelle Fields is gone.  Ben Shapiro is gone.  Breitbart is in turmoil.  And it's all because of Donald Trump.  —  At 12 AM Monday morning, Michelle Fields, the Breitbart reporter …
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Two more staffers resign from Breitbart  —  Two more staffers for Breitbart have resigned from the company, citing the website's pro-Donald Trump stance.  —  National security correspondent Jordan Schachtel and associate editor Jarrett Stepman sent their resignations to management on Monday afternoon.
William Bigelow / Breitbart:
Ben Shapiro Betrays Loyal Breitbart Readers in Pursuit of Fox News Contributorship
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:
Two More Breitbart Staffers Resign Over Site's ‘Propaganda’ For Trump
Discussion: CANNONFIRE
Matthew Burns / WRAL-TV:
Presidential candidates crisscross NC on final day before primary  —  RALEIGH, N.C. — Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic rivals Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton all campaigned Monday in North Carolina to make their final pitches to voters ahead of Tuesday's primary.
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David A. Fahrenthold / Washington Post:
N.C. sheriff's office unlikely to file ‘inciting a riot’ charge against Trump  —  What's at stake in the Ohio GOP primary? … Catch up on the 2016 race  —  A North Carolina sheriff's office is still investigating whether Republican front-runner Donald Trump incited a riot at a raucous rally last week …
The Daily Beast:
NC Sheriff Not Considering Charging Trump for ‘Inciting Riot’
Discussion: RedState and LawNewz
Mark Niquette / Bloomberg Business:
Romney Touches Down for Kasich in Ohio to Help Block Trump  —  Mitt Romney came to Ohio on Monday to help Governor John Kasich beat Donald Trump in the Republican presidential primary, part of the 2012 nominee's effort to prevent the billionaire from becoming the party's standard-bearer in 2016.
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Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Inside Cruz's state-by-state plan to defeat Trump
Brad Wilmouth / NewsBusters:
CNN Anchor Taken Aback When GOP Guest Ties Clinton Camp to Birtherism
Discussion: BizPac Review
NBC News:
Palin's Husband Injured in ‘Serious’ Snowmobile Crash  —  Sarah Palin cancelled a campaign stop for Donald Trump in Florida Monday after her husband Todd was injured in a snow machine crash.  —  A source told NBC News that Todd Palin was in “a very serious” crash Sunday night and is currently hospitalized in intensive care.
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Lisa Hagen / The Hill:
Palin appears in Florida with Trump
Associated Press:
TODD PALIN EXPECTED TO RECOVER FROM SNOWMOBILE ACCIDENT
Discussion: Mediaite and Orlando Sentinel
Julia Hahn / Breitbart:
REPORT: Soros Money Funding John Kasich's Presidential Bid  —  As new reports break that a George Soros-linked group is taking credit for efforts to violently disrupt GOP frontrunner Donald Trump's campaign rallies, the Center for Responsive Politics reveals that another George Soros-linked group …
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Jordan Fabian / The Hill:
RNC launching task force to stop Obama Supreme Court nominee  —  The Republican National Committee (RNC) is teaming up with a prominent conservative advocacy group to block President Obama's effort to nominate a justice to the Supreme Court.  —  The RNC has formed a task force to launch radio …
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Los Angeles Times:   Southern California's Paul J. Watford is among Obama's top choices for Supreme Court
The Intercept:
The Rise of Trump Shows the Danger and Sham of Compelled Journalistic “Neutrality”  —  As Donald Trump's campaign predictably moves from toxic rhetoric targeting the most marginalized minorities to threats and use of violence, there is a growing sense that American institutions have been too lax about resisting it.
Discussion: Featured stories
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David Folkenflik / NPR:
NPR Clarifies Cokie Roberts' Role After Anti-Trump Column
RT:
Putin orders start of Russian military withdrawal from Syria, says ‘objectives achieved’  —  Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu to start the withdrawal of forces from Syria starting Tuesday.  Russia will however keep a military presence at the port …
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Andrew Higgins / New York Times:
Putin Orders Start of Syria Withdrawal, Saying Goals Are Achieved
Discussion: Mashable and Outside the Beltway
Patrick Wintour / Guardian:
Vladimir Putin orders start of Russian forces' withdrawal from Syria
Discussion: Common Dreams, Boing Boing and NPR
Howard Fineman / The Huffington Post:
This Election Is 1968 All Over Again, And That's Not A Good Thing  —  Trump is George Wallace on steroids.  Cleveland resembles the Chicago of long ago.  And the bottom line back then was Richard Nixon.  —  Global Editorial Director, The Huffington Post  —  WASHINGTON — It was the spring …
Discussion: Slantpoint
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James S. Robbins / USA Today:   If anti-Trump protests grow, they could hand Donald the election: James Robbins
KFOR-TV:
Watch: Dashcam video shows why you should never tailgate drivers  —  LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. - Police are investigating a crash that was caught on camera and posted to YouTube.  —  The video shows an SUV closely following a car on I-41 on Thursday morning, according to WBAY.
Discussion: WFLA-TV, WGN-TV and KTLA
USA Today:
Poll shows that millennials would flock to Clinton against Trump  —  WASHINGTON — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has expanded his double-digit lead among millennials in the Democratic presidential race, but a new USA TODAY/Rock the Vote poll finds a way for Hillary Clinton to solve her generation gap: Donald Trump.
Discussion: RedState and Daily Kos
Claude Brodesser-Akner / New Jersey Online:
Christie skips N.J. trooper funeral to campaign for Trump  —  TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie will not attend the Monday funeral of the New Jersey State Trooper who was killed in the line duty last week, and will instead spend the day campaigning out of state for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Brianna Ehley / Politico:
White House knocks GOP leaders for not standing up to Trump  —  White House press secretary Josh Earnest criticized Republican leaders for not standing up to Donald Trump for encouraging violence at campaign rallies.  —  “We continue to see prominent Republican after prominent Republican pledge support …
Discussion: ABC News
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Jake Sherman / Politico:
Ryan condemns violence at Trump rallies
Discussion: Hot Air
Allegra Kirkland / Talking Points Memo:
New Anti-Trump Ad Quotes Trump Saying 'Women, You Gotta Treat ‘Em Like Sh**’ (VIDEO)  —  An anti-Trump super PAC on Monday released a new TV ad highlighting some of the Republican presidential frontrunner's most offensive comments about women through the years.
Discussion: The Week
Lucas Combos / Q13 FOX News:
Hatchet-swinging attacker shot and killed by customer at 7-11 … WHITE CENTER, Wash. — A customer with a concealed carry permit shot and killed a masked man wielding a hatchet inside a convenience store Sunday morning, according to investigators.  —  The King County Sheriff's Office …
South Florida / Sun-Sentinel:
Mayo: My choice at Trump rally - Leave or go to jail  —  Sun Sentinel columnist Michael Mayo on his experience of being thrown out of Tramp rally in Boca Raton for videotaping and tweeting from inside the Sunset Cove Amphitheater Sunday night. … Privacy Policy
Discussion: Raw Story and Mediaite
Michael Bastasch / The Daily Caller:
BREAKING: EPA's Gold King Mine Blowout Was No Accident  —  Obama administration officials called the Gold King Mine disaster in Colorado an “accident,” but an analysis from The Daily Caller News Foundation of government documents and public statements makes clear the disaster was anything but accidental.
William Lee / Chicago Tribune:
Northwestern University students charged with hate crime, vandalism to chapel  —  Northwestern University freshmen Anthony Morales, 19, left, and Matthew Kafker, 18, are charged with institutional vandalism and hate crime to a place of worship in connection with vandalism to the Alice Millar Chapel on campus.
 
 
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Marc A. Thiessen / Washington Post:
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New York Post:
NYC cops hate their jobs
Discussion: RT, TPNN and Front Page Magazine
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Discussion: Mother Jones
Charles P. Pierce / Esquire:
A Message to Those Protesting at Trump Rallies
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