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9:35 AM ET, March 28, 2016


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Robert O'Harrow Jr / Washington Post:
How Clinton's email scandal took root  —  Hillary Clinton's email problems began in her first days as secretary of state.  She insisted on using her personal BlackBerry for all her email communications, but she wasn't allowed to take the device into her seventh-floor suite of offices, a secure space known as Mahogany Row.
Discussion: Power Line and Mother Jones
Los Angeles Times:
Clinton email probe enters new phase as FBI interviews loom  —  Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters in Des Moines in late January.  —  Federal prosecutors investigating the possible mishandling of classified materials on Hillary Clinton's private email server …
Juan Williams / The Hill:
Dems must pay price to keep Sanders sweet  —  (I-Vt.) want in exchange for endorsing Hillary Clinton  —  And what can Clinton and the Democratic Party give Sanders to get him to campaign aggressively for her in the fall, harnessing the voting power of the passionate, mostly young, white left-wing voters who favor him?
Steven Shepard / Politico:   Bernie's math: Improbable, not impossible
North Carolina Sued Over Anti-LGBT Law  —  “By singling out LGBT people for disfavored treatment and explicitly writing discrimination against transgender people into state law, H.B. 2 violates the most basic guarantees of equal treatment and the U.S. Constitution,” the lawsuit argues.
Discussion: Vox, Towleroad, Joe.My.God. and The Week
Robert Lahser / Associated Press:   ACLU, Lambda Legal To Announce Federal Lawsuit Against North Carolina Anti-Gay Law
Agence France-Presse:
Kerry says Republican campaign ‘an embarrassment’  —  Washington (AFP) - Secretary of State John Kerry warned that the Republican presidential campaign has descended into “an embarrassment” that raises awkward questions abroad about the reliability of the United States.
Discussion: Booman Tribune
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:   Kerry: World leaders shocked by GOP rhetoric
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
McCaul: Cruz comments about Muslim neighborhoods ‘inflammatory’
Discussion: The Last Tradition
Nicholas Confessore / New York Times:
How the G.O.P. Elite Lost Its Voters to Donald Trump  —  The manufacturing executives had gathered in an Atlanta conference room last year to honor their senior United States senator, Johnny Isakson, for his tireless efforts on their behalf in Washington.  But as the luncheon wound down …
Asoleycerro / KTLA:
Gun Store Owner Refuses to Sell Weapon to Man Suspected of Planning Mass Shooting at Ohio University  —  A gun store owner is being credited with possibly stopping a mass shooting at Ohio University after he refused to sell a gun to a man who passed a background check, CNN reported on Sunday.
Ben Yakas / Gothamist:
Photo: You Can Visit Donald Trump's Tombstone In Central Park  —  Donald J. Trump recently got approval to build himself a private cemetery at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, but clearly he has some very thoughtful, very caring fans who don't want him to waste his time worrying about end-of-life planning.
Burgess Everett / Politico:
Conservatives to pounce if GOP relents on Supreme Court  —  There are plenty of plausible reasons why Republicans might eventually fold in the standoff over the Supreme Court: Overwhelming public opinion, a Democratic pressure campaign, and vulnerable GOP senators trying to save their jobs, to name a few.
Daily Mail:
ISIS carries out Good Friday crucifixion of Indian Catholic priest in Yemen after he was kidnapped three weeks ago in attack on old people's home where four nuns were shot  —  The Indian Catholic priest kidnapped by ISIS-linked terrorists in Yemen earlier this month was crucified on Good Friday, it has been claimed.
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and Jihad Watch
Matt Apuzzo / New York Times:
Who Will Become a Terrorist?  Research Yields Few Clues  —  WASHINGTON — The brothers who carried out suicide bombings in Brussels last week had long, violent criminal records and had been regarded internationally as potential terrorists.  But in San Bernardino, Calif., last year …
Discussion: Power Line
Ildefonso Ortiz / Breitbart:
Mexico Adds Trump to Easter Tradition, Sets Him on Fire  —  Residents in various Mexican cities have added U.S. Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump to one of their Easter traditions by setting a paper effigy of him on fire.  —  Cities like Monterrey, Nuevo Leon …
Joshua Partlow / Washington Post:
Mexicans celebrate holiday by burning Trump in effigy
David Remnick / New Yorker:
Soul Survivor  —  Late on a winter night, Aretha Franklin sat in the dressing room of Caesars Windsor Hotel and Casino, in Ontario.  She did not wear the expression of someone who has just brought boundless joy to a few thousand souls.  —  “What was with the sound?” she said, in a tone somewhere between perplexity and irritation.
Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Anthony Weiner Was The ‘Perfectly Evolved’ Politician — Until He Screwed Up  —  Undiscovered sexts gnawed at him “kind of like PTSD” during his mayoral campaign, he told Candidate Confessional.  —  In the spring of 2013, as he embarked on a campaign for mayor of New York City …
Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Marco Rubio's secret (money) legacy  —  Marco Rubio's campaign is dead.  His secret-money legacy lives on.  —  Nobody knows who funded the nonprofit group that spent more than $10 million on TV ads boosting Rubio, and untold more on mailers and research.  And, unless those donors out themselves, nobody ever will.
Dana Hedgpeth / Washington Post:
One of two baby bald eagles hatches in Southwest Washington  —  The third baby bald eagle this spring in Washington hatched over the weekend at the D.C. police academy in Southwest.  —  The eaglet was born to Liberty and Justice.  They've had a nest at the property for 11 years that sits …
Discussion: Associated Press
Caitlin Cruz / Talking Points Memo:
John Oliver Uncovers The Conspiracy Behind Cadbury Eggs (VIDEO)  —  John Oliver exposed the insidious conspiracy theory “that no one has the guts to explain” behind Cadbury Creme Eggs on Sunday night's episode of “Last Week Tonight” in his homage to YouTube conspiracy videos.
David Catron / American Spectator:
Obamacare at Six: A Legacy of Deception  —  Obamacare just turned six and the president is still attempting to convince a skeptical public that his “reform” law is working.  On the anniversary of its passage, the White House issued a statement from Obama containing all manner …
Discussion: Power Line
Svati Kirsten Narula / The Atlantic:
The 5 U.S. Counties Where Racial Diversity Is Highest—and Lowest … Data wizard Randy Olson, the guy behind that astounding graph illuminating the reality of paying for college with minimum-wage work, has created another beautiful visualization: a map of racial diversity across the United States' nearly 3,000 counties.
Discussion: Raw Story
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Tierney Sneed / Talking Points Memo:
Arizona's Voting Problems Are More Complicated Than They Look
Mat Honan / BuzzFeed:
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Discussion: Engadget
Abby Haglage / The Daily Beast:
Can an Implant Stop Heroin Addiction?
Amie Parnes / The Hill:
Could Trump turn New York red?
Discussion: Instapundit
Bill Scher / Politico:
The Case for Vice President Al Franken
Donald J. Trump / New Orleans Times-Picayune:
Head of Louisiana GOP says they ‘will be prepared’ if Trump sues
Julia Hahn / Breitbart:
Stephen Miller Exposes Faux-Feminism of CNN Panel with Facts About Muslim Migration and Open Borders
Discussion: Raw Story
David M Jackson / USA Today:
Guns at GOP convention petition nears 35K, Trump wants to study ‘fine print’
 Earlier Items: 
Gary Robbins / ArcaMax:
House panel wants names of scientists involved in fetal-tissue research
Christian Datoc / The Daily Caller:
Trump Aide: People Are Angrier Over Trump's RTs Than Illegal Immigrants Murdering Americans [VIDEO]
Neil Irwin / New York Times:
The Trade Deficit Isn't a Scorecard, and Cutting It Won't Make America Great Again
Oliver Jj Lane / Breitbart:
German Railway Launches Gender Segregated Carriages In Wake Of Sex Attacks
Discussion: Pamela Geller
Angela Duckworth / New York Times:
Don't Grade Schools on Grit
Eldar Sarajlic / Salon:
Donald Trump's reign of bullsh*t: He's not lying to us, he's just completely full of it
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Parents turn Easter egg hunt at Pez into ‘mess’