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Washington Post:
Ugly, bloody scenes in San Jose as protesters attack Trump supporters outside rally  —  SAN JOSE, Calif. —Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in downtown San Jose spun out of control Thursday night when some demonstrators attacked the candidate's supporters.
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Martha Mendoza / Associated Press:
Protesters punch, throw eggs at Trump supporters in San Jose  —  SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — A group of protesters attacked Donald Trump supporters who were leaving the presidential candidate's rally in San Jose on Thursday night.  A dozen or more people were punched, at least one person …
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
Trump security removes POLITICO reporter from rally  —  SAN JOSE, CALIF. — A Donald Trump campaign staffer and a private security guard removed a POLITICO reporter from a campaign rally here on Thursday evening for reporting at the event without the campaign's permission.
Ed Morrissey / Hot Air:
Vox editor: If Trump comes to your town, start a riot  —  Golly, mightn't this play hob with the accusation that Donald Trump is the one inciting riots?  Vox's “deputy first person editor” Emmet Rensin took to Twitter last night to declare that, since Trump is a racist and a fascist …
Larry O'Connor / Hot Air:
Outrage: San Jose Mayor blames Trump for violent, leftist mob  —  Anti-free speech thugs physically assaulted American citizens engaged in a peaceful, political assembly Thursday night outside a Donald Trump for President rally in San Jose.  And the Hillary-supporting Democrat who serves …
Alex Griswold / Mediaite:
Vox Editor Openly Supports Violence: ‘If Trump Comes to Your Town, Start a Riot’  —  In the wake of violent protests and attacks on Donald Trump supporters in San Jose Thursday night, an editor at Vox praised the demonstrators and called for more riots.  —  Emmett Rensin began by mocking the outrage to the violence.
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Donald Trump Could Threaten U.S. Rule of Law, Scholars Say  —  WASHINGTON — Donald J. Trump's blustery attacks on the press, complaints about the judicial system and bold claims of presidential power collectively sketch out a constitutional worldview that shows contempt for the First Amendment …
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Brent Kendall / Wall Street Journal:
Donald Trump Keeps Up Attacks on Judge Gonzalo Curiel  —  The Republican's charge of a ‘conflict’ in case over his university draws criticism from some legal observers  —  Donald Trump on Thursday escalated his attacks on the federal judge presiding over civil fraud lawsuits against Trump University …
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
That's Interesting  —  This New York Times article says that Judge Curiel's father Salvador arrived in the United States in the 1920s, eventually become a citizen and working as a steelworker.  Trump's mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, arrived in the United States from Scotland in 1930.
Discussion: The Week
Philip Klein / Washington Examiner:
Trump's attack on a judge's Mexican heritage is an attack on the American Idea  —  On a day in which Donald Trump gained the stamp of approval of House Speaker Paul Ryan, he added to another dark chapter of his candidacy by upping his attacks on the heritage of a judge in a case involving Trump University.
Alan Rappeport / New York Times:
Judge Under Fire From Donald Trump Was Targeted by Mexican Drug Cartel  —  For much of a year, Gonzalo P. Curiel, then a federal prosecutor in California, lived officially in hiding.  —  He hunkered down for a while on a naval base and in other closely guarded locations under the protection of United States marshals.
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed:
Paul Ryan: “I Completely Disagree” With Trump's Attack On Federal Judge
Discussion: Talking Points Memo
Louis Nelson / Politico:
Ryan blasts Trump for attacks on Trump U judge
Discussion: The Week
Matthew Yglesias / Vox:
Hillary Clinton rolled out the anti-Trump argument that could deliver a landslide  —  Hillary Clinton's campaign apparently workshopped the idea of trying to tag Donald Trump with the nickname “Dangerous Donald.”  It was a bit of a lame idea.  But in her foreign policy speech this afternoon …
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Nick Gass / Politico:
Albright: ‘Nobody is going to die’ from Clinton emails
Discussion: ABC News, Hot Air and The Hill
Harper Neidig / The Hill:
Sanders jabs at Clinton's foreign policy credentials following speech
Discussion: CNN
Fred Kaplan / Slate:
Hillary Clinton Just Kicked Trump in the Shins
Discussion: TIME
PR Newswire:
The National ENQUIRER Names Dick Morris Chief Political Commentator And Contributor  —  The National ENQUIRER today announced that renowned Author and Political Commentator Dick Morris would be joining the magazine in the role of Chief Political Commentator & Correspondent.
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Media Matters for America:
The Hill Dumps Dick Morris After He Takes Job At National Enquirer
Discussion: New York Post
Guy Kovner / Santa Rosa Press-Democrat:
Skydiving outfit in contact with Bernie Sanders' campaign for Cloverdale rally  —  Cloverdale, Sonoma County's northernmost city, was abuzz with excitement Thursday over presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' planned rally Friday at the town's airport.  But just how he will arrive was the subject of rampant speculation.
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Caitlin Yilek / The Hill:
Sanders could skydive into Calif. rally
Discussion: RedState
Jesse Byrnes / The Hill:
Nikki Haley links Trump's rhetoric to Charleston church shooting  —  South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is sharpening her criticism of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump  —  , linking his rhetoric to the 2015 shooting at a black church in Charleston, S.C.
Matt McGrath / BBC:
Fish eat plastic like teens eat fast food, researchers say  —  Young fish become hooked on eating plastic in the seas in the same way that teenagers prefer unhealthy fast food, Swedish researchers have said.  —  Their study, reported in Science, found exposure to high concentrations …
Discussion: Tech Times and Althouse
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Science:
Ecologically relevant data are policy-relevant data
Discussion: Newser and Washington Post
New York Daily News:
EXCLUSIVE: Staten Island teen dies from asthma fleeing racist crew waving gun; 'I'm gonna shoot you, n—  !'  —  Dayshen McKenzie died while running for his life.  —  The black Staten Island teen, fleeing what witnesses described as a mostly white crew shouting racial epithets and waving a gun …
Gil Troy / Politico:
How an Outsider President Killed a Party  —  It was summer, and a major U.S. political party had just chosen an inexperienced, unqualified, loutish, wealthy outsider with ambiguous party loyalties to be its presidential nominee.  Some party luminaries thought he would help them win the general election.
Discussion: neo-neocon and The Week
Robert Nott / The Santa Fe New Mexican:
Trump shifts tactics to woo Martinez endorsement  —  In a stunning reversal of rhetoric and tone, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Thursday said he respects New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and wants her endorsement.  Trump's comments in a phone interview with The New Mexican came …
KWTX-TV:
Question leads to awkward interruption during Starr interview  —  WACO, Texas (KWTX) A question during News 10's interview with former Baylor Chancellor and President Ken Starr about a rape victim's email that was sent to his office and to several other officials led to an awkward interruption during …
Dave Spencer / WJBK-TV:
Woman inherits thousands - but bank blocks her from accessing cash  —  DETROIT (WJBK) - Imagine inheriting thousands of dollars only to be told you can't touch that money.  That's happening right now to a woman in Detroit.  Her entire account is frozen and now she's worried she won't be able to pay her bills.
Discussion: Raw Story and The Root
Alli Maloney / Fusion:
Angela Davis on defeating Trump: ‘We have to do whatever is necessary’  —  Activists around the world have long turned to Angela Davis for scholarly guidance when discussing systems of oppression and power.  —  This week in New York, the radical feminist activist issued a rallying cry to Americans …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and Raw Story
John Harper / Plain Dealer:
Victim's father attacks convicted East Cleveland serial killer Michael Madison minutes after sentencing  —  Van Terry, father of Shirellda Terry, one of serial killer Michael Madison's three victims, attacks Madison in court during sentencing.  Madison is accused of killing three women …
Donald J. Trump / Wall Street Journal:
May Jobs Report: Everything You Need to Know  —  Yes, it's that time again, folks.  Jobs Friday, when for one ever-so-brief moment the interests of Wall Street, Washington and Main Street are all aligned on one thing: jobs.  —  The Bureau of Labor Statistics is expected to report …
 
 
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Donald G. McNeil Jr / New York Times:
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Mr. Ryan's endorsement of Trump: A sad day for the GOP — and America