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10:00 PM ET, June 16, 2016

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Mike DeBonis / Washington Post:
John McCain: Obama is ‘directly responsible’ for Orlando attack  —  Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the elder Republican statesman, said President Obama was “directly responsible” for the terror attack in Orlando due to his failure to combat the rise of the Islamic State terror group.
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Associated Press:
McCain: Obama ‘directly responsible’ for Orlando shooting  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. John McCain said Thursday that President Barack Obama is “directly responsible” for the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, because Obama has allowed the growth of the Islamic State group on his watch.
John Hinderaker / Power LinePower Line:   McCain Tees Off on Obama
Guardian:
Labour MP Jo Cox in critical condition after being shot and stabbed  —  Fifty-two-year-old man arrested after incident in Birstall, near Dewsbury, in which a second person is also hurt  —  Jo Cox, the MP for Batley and Spen, has been shot and stabbed in her West Yorkshire constituency.
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Michael Wilkinson / Telegraph:
Thomas Mair: Man arrested in connection with attack on Jo Cox was ‘a quiet loner who kept himself to himself’  —  The man arrested in connection with the death of MP Jo Cox was named as “loner” Thomas Mair, 52, who lived in a small semi detached house on the Field Head council estate in Birstall.
Guardian:
Jo Cox MP dies after attack in West Yorkshire - latest updates
Washington Post:
British lawmaker dies following shooting and stabbing attack that stuns nation
BBC:
Jo Cox MP critically injured amid shooting reports
Heather Stewart / Guardian:
Jo Cox: Labour's rising star whose life was cut short
CNN:
Orlando shooter texted wife during attack, source says  —  The Orlando shooter and his wife exchanged text messages during the Pulse nightclub rampage, a law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told CNN.  Around 4 a.m., about two hours after he started the attack and while holed …
Michael Crowley / Politico:
Exclusive: Armitage to back Clinton over Trump  —  Richard Armitage, the deputy secretary of state under George W. Bush, says he will vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, in one of the most dramatic signs yet that Republican national security elites are rejecting their party's presumptive nominee.
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Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Trump and Bill Clinton photos set to go public
Discussion: ABC News
Meghan Keneally / ABC News:
One Year of Donald Trump's Campaign: The Times He's Flip-Flopped
Discussion: Politico and Associated Press
Kristin Salaky / Talking Points Memo:   GOP Elder Says He'll Vote For Clinton, Trump Isn't ‘Willing To Learn’
Sarah Ellison / Vanity Fair:
Exclusive: Is Donald Trump's Endgame the Launch of Trump News?  —  The candidate is considering starting his own cable empire.  —  Every election cycle has its own breakout media star.  In 1992, it was CNN.  A few years later, it would be an e-mail blast called the Drudge Report.
CBS News:
CBS News producer shows how easy it is to buy an assault rifle  —  The Orlando nightclub shootings have restarted the debate over guns and in particular, the AR-15 style rifle, often called an assault rifle.  But in many states across the country, the laws are pretty straightforward when it comes to purchasing a gun.
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NBC News:
Filibuster Ends After GOP Agrees to Allow Gun Control Votes: Senator
Bloomberg:
More Companies Opt to Sit Out Trump's Coronation in Cleveland  —  Wells Fargo, UPS, Motorola Solutions, JPMorgan and Ford are among previous sponsors that won't give this year.  —  zachmider  —  A growing number of prominent U.S. corporations are opting to drop or scale back their sponsorship …
Discussion: Hot Air and Business Insider
Mark Landler / New York Times:
Dozens of U.S. Diplomats, in Memo, Urge Strikes Against Syria's Assad  —  WASHINGTON — More than 50 State Department diplomats have signed an internal memo sharply critical of the Obama administration's policy in Syria, urging the United States to carry out military strikes against the government …
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Maria Abi-Habib / Wall Street Journal:
U.S. State Department Officials Call for Strikes Against Syria's Assad
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
Sanders vows to work with Clinton to transform Democratic Party  —  BURLINGTON, Vt. — Bernie Sanders refused to concede in the Democratic primary against Hillary Clinton during a live-streamed video address to his supporters on Thursday night, pledging to take his army of delegates …
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
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Tyler Pager / Politico:
Jeff Weaver: Sanders campaign is not lobbying superdelegates
Discussion: ABC News
Kate Bennett / Independent Journal …:
Obama Goes to Orlando Memorial and Demands an Explanation From Gun Rights Supporters  —  President Obama spent Thursday afternoon in Orlando, Florida, visiting with victims' families and survivors of Sunday's deadly massacre at Pulse nightclub.  —  This is the eighth time during his presidency …
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Steven Hayward / Power LinePower Line:
Is Trump Our Charles de Gaulle?  —  The most frequent cliché about Trump from his detractors is that he's the next Hitler, which is silly.  Trump may be many defective things, but he's not that.  —  But I wonder if he might be our Charles de Gaulle?
Media Matters for America:
20-Plus Years Of Anti-Gay Hate From The NRA  —  The NRA Has Attacked Gay People For Decades  —  NRA Top Lobbyist On May 20: Societal Acceptance Of Transgender People Is “Perverted” And “Twisted.”  Chris Cox, who is the NRA's top lobbyist and directs political efforts as the head …
Christopher Massie / BuzzFeed:
Alabama Congressman: Muslim Community Wants To “Kill Every Homosexual” In The U.S.  —  Rep. Mo Brooks says that the Democrats are in a “perplexing position.”  —  w.soundcloud.com  —  Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks said on Thursday that the American Muslim community would “kill every homosexual …
The Intercept:
Democrats Embrace Secretive, Flawed Terror Watchlist in Fight Against Gun Violence  —  Democratic leaders came out in force on Wednesday in favor of a proposal to prohibit Americans who are on federal government terrorist watchlists from purchasing firearms.  A group of Democratic senators waged a filibuster on the Senate floor.
Hank Berrien / Daily Wire:
West Hollywood Inundated With AMAZING Pro-Gun, Pro-Gay Posters  —  On Wednesday morning, posters suddenly appeared in West Hollywood, California featuring a gay version of the Gadsden Flag featuring a rattlesnake on top of the gay rainbow.  The flags also had the hashtag #ShootBack indicating …
Discussion: BizPac Review
Austin Bay / The New York Observer:
Vladimir Putin Has Everything He Needs to Blackmail Hillary Clinton  —  American intelligence officers are asking not ‘if’ but ‘when’ the Kremlin will dip into its arsenal of Clinton collateral  —  RUMINT (Rumor Intelligence) is rife with reports that Russian intelligence agencies are preparing …
Discussion: TPNN and American Thinker
Mollie Hemingway / The Federalist:
Anderson Cooper's Orlando Ranting Is Bad For America  —  Many members of the nation's elite media and political institutions have not exactly covered themselves with glory in the days following the ISIS attack on Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.  Early on Sunday morning …
Discussion: The Daily Beast and Raw Story
 
 
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Nathaniel Popper / New York Times:
The First Big Company to Say It's Serving the Legal Marijuana Trade? Microsoft.
Discussion: Marijuana and The Verge
Caroline May / Breitbart:
441 Syrian Refugees Admitted to the U.S. Since the Orlando Attack, Dozens to Florida
John Lott / New York Post:
Why terrorists target gun-free zones
Pam Belluck / New York Times:
Fighting ISIS With an Algorithm, Physicists Try to Predict Attacks
Discussion: Mashable and Engadget
Greg Stohr / Bloomberg:
Contractors Get Partial Win at Supreme Court on Fraud Suits
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Richard Westcott / BBC:
EgyptAir MS804 crash: Voice recorder recovered from sea
Discussion: TPNN and Israel Matzav
Maggie Haberman / New York Times:
Donald Trump, Chasing Campaign Cash, Veers From Battleground States
FOX31 Denver:
Gun sales surge among gays, lesbians after Orlando shooting
KGTV-TV:
Craigslist ad threatens Orlando-style massacre in San Diego