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12:30 PM ET, May 25, 2016

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Rosalind S. Helderman / Washington Post:
State Dept. inspector general report sharply criticizes Clinton's email practices  —  The State Department's independent watchdog has issued a highly critical analysis of Hillary Clinton's email practices while running the department, concluding that she failed to seek legal approval for her use …
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Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Hillary's summer of scandal  —  A flurry of events set to unfold in the coming days and months could push back into the headlines the controversy over Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state, providing plenty of fodder for Donald Trump and his “Crooked Hillary” attack line.
Nick Gass / Politico:
State Dept. watchdog: Clinton violated email rules  —  A State Department watchdog concluded that Hillary Clinton failed to comply with the agency's policies on records while using a personal email server that was not approved by agency officials even though it should have been, according to a report released to lawmakers on Wednesday.
Discussion: ABC News, Mother Jones and The Atlantic
Steven Lee Myers / New York Times:
Hillary Clinton Is Criticized for Private Emails in State Dept. Review  —  WASHINGTON — The State Department's inspector general sharply criticized Hillary Clinton's exclusive use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, saying she had not sought permission to use it and would not have received it if she had.
Discussion: Political Wire and Althouse
Ken Dilanian / NBC News:
Clinton Broke Federal Rules With Email Server, Audit Finds  —  State Dept. report criticizes Clinton's email practices 1:51  —  Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton violated federal records rules through her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, a State Department audit has concluded.
Annie Karni / Politico:
Clinton's new reality: A dogfight with Trump
Discussion: Washington Post and ABC News
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Clinton thinks she knows how to take on Trump. Will it work?
Discussion: MLive.com, WREG-TV and Daily Kos
Bloomberg:
Ryan Said to Tell Confidants He's Ready to End Trump Standoff  —  House speaker could end weeks-long split with nominee  —  Move would follow series of policy meetings with Trump aides  —  House Speaker Paul Ryan has begun telling confidants that he wants to end his standoff with Donald Trump …
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Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
As Donald Trump Pushes Conspiracy Theories, Right-Wing Media Gets Its Wish  —  WASHINGTON — Ever since talk radio, cable news and the Internet emerged in the 1990s as potent political forces on the right, Republicans have used those media to attack their opponents through a now-familiar two-step.
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
Trump accuses New Mexico's Republican governor of not doing her job  —  ALBUQUERQUE — Despite his promise to unite the Republican Party, Donald Trump attacked New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez — the chairwoman of the Republican Governor's Association — on Tuesday night and accused her of “not doing the job.”
James Hohmann / Washington Post:
The Daily 202: Trump's attacks on the GOP's most prominent Latina, Susana Martinez, should alarm Republicans  —  THE BIG IDEA:  —  During a 65-minute speech in Albuquerque last night, Donald Trump laced into New Mexico Republican Gov. Susana Martinez.  He blamed her for the state's economic problems …
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Elizabeth Warren just absolutely shredded Donald Trump. There's a lot more like this to come.
Discussion: Politico and Shakesville
Associated Press:
Anti-Trump protests turn violent outside New Mexico rally  —  ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — In one of the presidential campaign year's more grisly spectacles, protesters in New Mexico opposing Donald Trump's candidacy threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers …
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Christopher Mele / New York Times:
Protesters Throw Rocks at Police Horses Outside Trump Rally in Albuquerque
Discussion: BBC, Althouse, Guardian and Prntly
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
Dems discuss dropping Wasserman Schultz  —  Democrats on Capitol Hill are discussing whether Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz should step down as Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman before the party's national convention in July.  —  Democrats backing likely presidential nominee Hillary Clinton
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CNN:
Dems worry DNC chair ‘too toxic’ after Sanders blast
Discussion: RedState, The Daily Caller and Forbes
Denise de la Cruz / OC Weekly:
Univision's María Elena Salinas Gets Booed at Cal State Fullerton Grad Speech  —  Racial tension was in the air yesterday at Cal State Fullerton's commencement ceremonies, specifically where keynote speaker and renowned Univision broadcast journalist María Elena Salinas addressed graduating Titans, including myself.
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Susan Svrluga / Washington Post:   ‘Get off the stage!’ Crowd yells at commencement speaker after she uses Spanish, mentions Trump
Jim Bourg / National Review:
Why ‘Hillary Is Even Worse’ Doesn't Cut It  —  I am part of the tiny fraction of the population that deals professionally in public policy from the right.  In influence, we are all over the map, from talk-show hosts with audiences of millions (Limbaugh, Hannity) to politicians who directly shape policy …
The Intercept:
“AMERICAN SNIPER” CHRIS KYLE DISTORTED HIS MILITARY RECORD, DOCUMENTS SHOW … No American has been more associated with the Navy SEAL mystique than Chris Kyle, known as the deadliest sniper in military history.  His bestselling autobiography, American Sniper — a story of honor, glory …
Discussion: Raw Story
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
Sanders aide questions Boxer's story about fearing for her safety … ' campaign manager is casting doubt on Sen. Barbara Boxer  —  's (D-Calif.) claim that she feared for her safety during the chaotic protests at the Nevada Democratic Convention earlier this month.
Josh Zeitz / Politico:
Why Bernie's Bros Might Go for Trump  —  One of the great unknowns of the current presidential election cycle—a cycle without recent precedent in its unusual twists and turns—is whether the fall campaign will see a convergence of the populist left and the populist right.
Andrew Theen / Oregonian:
University of Oregon investigating ‘disgraceful’ trashing of Lake Shasta campsite  —  Lake Shasta behind Shasta Dam in Lake Shasta, Calif., is seen Sunday, March 13, 2016.  The lake is a popular recreation spot for an annual fraternity and sorority trip (Nathan Solis/The Record Searchlight via AP)
Discussion: Washington Post, KTLA and FOX6Now.com
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The Daily Beast:
Trump Vitamins Were Fortified With B.S.  —  You give the Donald your urine and a stack of money?  That's what he wanted, in exchange for a customized vitamin regimen that a Harvard doctor deems a ‘scam.’  —  Call it “Vitamin T.”  For several years in the late 2000s and early 2010s …
Discussion: Raw Story
Forbes:
This Silicon Valley Billionaire Has Been Secretly Funding Hulk Hogan's Lawsuits Against Gawker  —  One of Silicon Valley's best-known investors has been footing a former wrestler's legal bills in lawsuits against a shared enemy.  —  Peter Thiel, a PayPal cofounder and one of the earliest backers …
New York Daily News:
A right-wing revolt against Trump?  Dream on.  Conservatives never truly spoke for the Republican Party rank-and-file  —  Despite firing every weapon in their arsenal, the conservative pundit class failed to thwart Donald Trump's conquest of the Republican Party.
Ashley Feinberg / Gawker:
Is Donald Trump's Hair a $60,000 Weave?  A Gawker Investigation  —  Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has generated an unceasing torrent of press attention that some estimate to be worth roughly $2 billion.  Yet the central mystery at the very core of his persona …
Paul H. Jossey / New York Post:
Taxpayer-funded campaigns have been a disaster in New York  —  The feds and city prosecutors are circling Mayor de Blasio like a forlorn Roman emperor.  His downfall may come via shady businessmen and slush nonprofits.  But its roots lie in the city's taxpayer-funded campaign system, which stifles politics and encourages graft.
Jennifer Bendery / The Huffington Post:
North Carolina's GOP Senator Says State's Anti-LGBT Law Goes ‘Too Far’  —  State and local officials need to fix HB 2 or a judge will, says Richard Burr.  —  White House and Congressional Reporter, The Huffington Post  —  Surprise!  Republican Sen. Richard Burr (N.C.) is kinda …
Literary Hub:
AN OPEN LETTER TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE  —  Because, as writers, we are particularly aware of the many ways that language can be abused in the name of power;  —  Because we believe that any democracy worthy of the name rests on pluralism, welcomes principled disagreement, and achieves consensus through reasoned debate;
Jessica Haworth / Mirror.co.uk:
Building robot McDonald's staff ‘cheaper’ than hiring workers on minimum wage  —  The worrying forecast could threaten jobs at the fast food franchise, a former CEO of the company warns  —  A former McDonald's CEO warned that robots will take over staff jobs at the fast food empire - because it's cheaper than employing humans.
Discussion: JustOneMinute and Scared Monkeys
 
 
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Matt Higgins / CBS New York:
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Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Bernie Sanders Opposes Death Penalty For Dylann Roof
Discussion: Raw Story
John Parkinson / ABC News:
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Discussion: Politico
James Covert / New York Post:
Is Zuckerberg building a secure bunker next to his home?
Discussion: Gizmodo
Megan McArdle / Bloomberg:
The Danger of President Trump Isn't Dictatorship
Discussion: Instapundit and Betsy's Page
Michael E. Miller / Washington Post:
White high school football players in Idaho charged with raping black, disabled teammate with a coat hanger
Discussion: Raw Story
 Earlier Items: 
Richard Fausset / New York Times:
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Jonathan Swan / The Hill:
RNC official: We won't go full Trump on party platform
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Steve Birr / The Daily Caller:
Illegal Immigrants Sue After Landlord Demands Documentation For Housing
Elizabeth Dwoskin / Washington Post:
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David A. Fahrenthold / Washington Post:
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