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10:05 AM ET, April 1, 2016

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Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Clinton: 'I'm so sick' of Sanders campaign lying about me  —  's campaign of lying about her in a heated exchange with an environmental activist.  —  “I am so sick of the Sanders campaign lying about me.  I'm sick of it,” the visibly angry Democratic presidential hopeful said …
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Jonathan Bernstein / Chicago Tribune:
Commentary: No, the race between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton isn't close  —  Democratic presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders waits to speak to supporters at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on March 31, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pa. Sanders and opponent Hillary Clinton …
Discussion: Slantpoint
Annie Karni / Politico:
De Blasio loves Clinton, but hearts Bern
New York Times:
Donald Trump Clears Air With G.O.P. Leaders, and Chastises His Aides  —  Outwardly, Donald J. Trump called it a “unity meeting” — a closed-door session in Washington on Thursday involving his own inner circle and the Republican National Committee's high command.
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Zeke J Miller / TIME:
Trump's Threat on Pledge Could Cost Him South Carolina Delegates
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Learning From Obama  —  Like many political junkies, I've been spending far too much time looking at polls and trying to understand their implications.  Can Donald Trump really win his party's nomination?  (Yes.)  Can Bernie Sanders?  (No.) But the primaries aren't the only things being polled …
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New York Times:
The Danger of a Runaway Antarctica  —  Here are some disturbing things we have learned since December, when the nations of the world reached a landmark agreement in Paris to lower greenhouse gas emissions.  —  In January, scientists reported that 2015 was by far the hottest year on record, and another record could be set this year.
KFTC-TV:
WATCH: Local teen's acceptance into college  —  Lansdale Pa.(WTXF) A North Penn High School student found out she got accepted to college and her reaction is truly priceless.  —  Rachel Grace, who has been the Knights girls basketball manager for three years, has been accepted to East Stroudsburg University.
Discussion: FOX 61 and fox8.com
Wtvrwebstaff / WTVR-TV:
Richmond Greyhound shooting: Trooper, suspect dead; 2 people wounded  —  RICHMOND, Va. — A Virginia State trooper who was shot when a suspect opened fire at a Greyhound bus station in Richmond Thursday afternoon has died, according to Virginia State Police.
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Dana Blanton / Fox News:
Fox Business Network Poll: Cruz leads in Wisconsin  —  Ted Cruz leads Donald Trump in the Republican nomination contest in Wisconsin, according to a Fox Business Network Poll released Thursday.  —  Cruz garners 42 percent among Wisconsin likely GOP primary voters, while Trump receives 32 percent.
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David Knowles / Bloomberg Business:
Walker Sees Cruz Victory Over Trump in Wisconsin Resetting Republican Race
Discussion: Politico
Chris Pleasance For / Daily Mail:
Hilarious moment anti-Trump activist backflips on to his own face after callling supporter a ‘fat b****’  —  While Donald Trump certainly knows how to grab a headline, it seems these days that his supporters garner almost as much attention with bizarre and often violent displays at his rallies.
Mark Faram / Navy Times:
The Navy just approved the military's best tattoo rules  —  The Navy is easing its tattoo policy in a bid to recruit and retain more sailors from the millennial generation, of whom more than 1 in 3 sport body art.  —  Sailors will be allowed to have neck tattoos, sleeves and even markings behind …
Joseph Bernstein / BuzzFeed:
Top Conservative Writer Is A Group Effort, Sources Say  —  Sources claim interns produce much of Breitbart.com tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos's work.  Yiannopoulos says his practices are “completely standard.”  —  A leading voice of the new “alt-right,” Breitbart.com tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos …
Mark Plotkin / The Hill:
A divided party for Democrats?  —  This seems to be a time in the political presidential season when everything is uncertain and in great flux.  Rather than comment about that, there are some things which can be said that are definable and, in my opinion, irrefutable.
John Tozzi / Bloomberg Business:
The World May Have Too Much Food  —  For the first time in history, more people are obese than underweight.  —  The past 40 years have seen an unprecedented increase in the number of obese adults worldwide, climbing to about 640 million from 105 million in 1975.
Discussion: Instapundit
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Newsmobileasia:   One in eight adults now obese: global survey
Walter Shapiro / Roll Call:
Clinton Offers Predictability in an Erratic Political Year  —  Underlying message is ‘Everything will be okay’  —  Cruz and Kasich Could Learn Lessons From 1968 John Kasich's Finest Hour John Kasich's Finest Hour  —  Looking out at the orchestra seats and up at two balconies filled …
John Cassidy / New Yorker:
Is Donald Trump Self-Destructing?  —  If Donald Trump were a normal political candidate, he would be in serious trouble at the moment.  Over the past few days, he has said and done things that have raised more doubts about his temperament, judgment, and command of policy issues.
Discussion: New York Times, CNN, NPR and CNNMoney
Chad Petri / WKRG-TV:
Undercover Mobile Police Officer Shot in Grand Bay, Suspect Also Shot  —  (WKRG — GRAND BAY, ALABAMA) — STORY UPDATED AT 7:40AM  —  Mobile Police have confirmed the undercover MPD officer shot three times early this morning in Grand Bay is in STABLE CONDITION.
Discussion: WCMH-TV, WHNT-TV, WNCN and WNCT-TV
Jacob Gershman / Wall Street Journal:
George Mason University Renames Law School After Justice Antonin Scalia  —  Change comes after school received two donations totaling $30 million  —  George Mason University School of Law, named after a founding father known for his refusal to sign the Constitution, is renaming itself …
Niraj Warikoo / Detroit Free Press:
Anti-Islam message written in chalk on University of Michigan's Diag  —  “Stop Islam,” “Build the Wall,” “Stop the Rape of Europe,” and “Trump 2016” were written in chalk Wednesday on a central plaza on campus at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, causing concern at the university and a debate over free speech.
Discussion: Inside Higher Ed
Byron York / Washington Examiner:
Karl Rove: ‘Fresh face’ might be best GOP nominee  —  One thing that unites many supporters of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz is the suspicion that party elders might try to hand the Republican presidential nomination to another candidate if neither Trump nor Cruz arrives in Cleveland with the 1,237 delegates required to win.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Bloomberg Business:
How to Hack an Election  —  Andrés Sepúlveda rigged elections throughout Latin America for almost a decade.  He tells his story for the first time. … It was just before midnight when Enrique Peña Nieto declared victory as the newly elected president of Mexico.
Discussion: Guardian and Boing Boing
Lisa Mascaro / Los Angeles Times:
The honeymoon may be over for House Speaker Paul Ryan  —  Last October, soon-to-be Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) talks to reporters on Capitol Hill after meetings with House Republican leaders and the Freedom Caucus.  —  When Rep. Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) took over as House speaker …
Jim Hoft / The Gateway Pundit:
Another Teen Thug Threatens to Murder Donald Trump in Video With Shotgun  —  Earlier this week a group of teen thugs threatened to murder Republican Donald Trump in a new amateur rap video.  —  The young rappers threatened Trump as the march down the street rapping with clubs and shovels.
Discussion: Infowars
Josh Barro / Business Insider:
Republicans would be screwed without racist voters  —  The Republican Party can be understood, broadly, as a coalition of people who dislike food stamps because they think the government is too big and discourages people from working, plus people who dislike food stamps because they think black people get them.
Gallup:
Seven in 10 Women Have Unfavorable Opinion of Trump  —  PRINCETON, N.J. — Donald Trump's image among U.S. women tilts strongly negative, with 70% of women holding an unfavorable opinion and 23% a favorable opinion of the Republican front-runner in March.  Trump's unfavorable rating among women …
Discussion: Politicus USA and AOL
 
 
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Kaily Cunningham / fox8.com:
Jeffrey Dahmer's childhood home available for rent during RNC
EndPlay / WPXI-TV:
Man accused of randomly attacking police officer in Bellevue
Discussion: Breitbart and The Gateway Pundit
Guardian:
Canada to accept additional 10,000 Syrian refugees
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Obamacare on Track  —  Largely as a note to myself.
Sierra Marquina / Us Weekly:
Rupert Murdoch's Ex-Wife Wendi Deng Is Dating Vladimir Putin
Discussion: PinkNews and Gothamist
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Patrick McGeehan / New York Times:
High Lead Levels Found at More Newark Schools
Discussion: New York's PIX11
WKMG:
Bullet lodges in Florida man's testicles after wife shoots him, deputies say
Discussion: WATE-TV and Raw Story
WPRI-TV:
Wind complicates massive fire near Providence College
Discussion: CBS Boston, WCMH-TV and WJTV
Washington Post:
CIA left explosive material on Loudoun school bus after training exercise
Discussion: Boing Boing and The Week
Daniel Halper / Weekly Standard:
Hillary Blows Up at Greenpeace Activist