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11:35 PM ET, September 19, 2016

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Nate Schweber / New York Times:
Suspect's Family Ran a Restaurant That Aggravated Neighbors  —  Ahmad Khan Rahami, the man wanted in the bombing, is the son of a man named Muhammad Rahami who runs a fast-food restaurant, First American Fried Chicken, in the ground floor of their home on Elmora Avenue, neighbors said.
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Fox News:
Bomb suspect Rahami a deadbeat, hated America, says his daughter's mother  —  The man who police nabbed and shot Monday after a day-long dragnet in connection with a series of terror attacks in and around New York was a bad father who disliked America, hated gays and took long trips to his homeland …
New York Times:
Ahmad Khan Rahami Is Arrested in Manhattan and New Jersey Bombings  —  The man believed to be responsible for the explosion in Manhattan on Saturday night and an earlier bombing in New Jersey, Ahmad Khan Rahami, was taken into custody and charged with attempted murder on Monday after he was wounded …
DNAinfo New York:
Thieves Helped Crack the Chelsea Bombing Case, Sources Say  —  MANHATTAN — Leave the bomb, take the bag.  —  In two separate cases, thieves snatching bags from city streets and train stations inadvertently helped law enforcement get the upper hand in an ongoing bomb spree that's hurt dozens …
N. R. Kleinfield / New York Times:
Ahmad Rahami: Fixture in Family's Business and, Lately, a ‘Completely Different Person’
Tierney Sneed / Talking Points Memo:
Father Of Bombing Suspect: I Had ‘No Idea’ What Son Was Up To (VIDEO)
Discussion: alan.com
NBC New York:
NY, NJ Bombing Suspect Rahami in Custody After Shootout
CNN:
New York bombing: Police presence intensifies after explosion
Katherine Krueger / Talking Points Memo:
What We Know About Ahmad Khan Rahami, Suspect In NYC, NJ Blasts
Kate Zernike / New York Times:
What to Look For as Bridge Scandal Trial Opens  —  After three long years, it's time for some traffic problems in ... Newark.  —  That is where reporters are lining up at federal court on Monday morning, waiting for opening arguments in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing trial …
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Paul Berger / NorthJersey.com:
Feds: Christie told of Bridgegate lane closures 3 days into traffic jams on 9/11 anniversary
Discussion: The Atlantic
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Donald Trump retreats to friendly media ground  —  Donald Trump's reputation for being always available to reporters is way out of date.  —  Trump is saying “yes” to Fox News almost every day but saying “no” to most other major networks and news organizations — a highly unusual strategy for a presidential nominee.
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Joe Concha / The Hill:
Trump to do town hall at black church with Hannity
Discussion: RedState
Joseph R. Murray / The Hill:
How ‘Birtherism’ became Hillary's Waterloo  —  had a rough week.  From collapsing into a vehicle to her collapsing poll numbers, the Democratic darling is steering her campaign into an iceberg.  Put simply, she's losing.  —  On Friday, Hillary hit rock bottom.
Jonathan Swan / The Hill:
Republican friendships shatter over Trump  —  A few months ago, Matt Schlapp, the former White House political director under president George W. Bush, walked into a cocktail party and tried to join a conversation with Republican consultants he has known for years.
Discussion: RedState, Hot Air and The Week
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Martinlongman / Washington Monthly:
You Break It, You Own It
Discussion: bradford-delong.com
Lois Beckett / Guardian:
Gun inequality: US study charts rise of hardcore super owners  —  Exclusive: New survey shows just 3% of American adults own half of guns in the US, as part of most definitive portrait of gun ownership in decades  —  Americans own an estimated 265m guns, more than one gun for every American adult …
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Kate Masters / The Trace:
Why a New Survey From Harvard and Northeastern Is the Most Authoritative Assessment of American …
Discussion: Mother Jones and The Atlantic
Barack Obama / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Self-driving, yes, but also safe  —  New technologies and regulations will be explored at a White House conference in Pittsburgh  —  Uber introduced its self-driving car service in Pittsburgh last week.  —  Things are a little different today than when I first moved into the White House.
Discussion: The Verge and New York Times
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Melanie Zanona / The Hill:
Feds set to unveil self-driving car guidelines
Discussion: Politico
Alicia A. Caldwell / Associated Press:
More than 800 immigrants mistakenly granted citizenship  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud who had pending deportation orders …
Carol Robinson / al.com:
Clown Facebook post, warnings put more Alabama schools on lockdown  —  Two more Alabama schools were on lockdown today after a social media posts and phoned-in threat warned “clowns” might show up at two Birmingham area schools.  —  Irondale police Officer James Lewis, a school resource officer …
Discussion: Hot Air and Fox News Insider
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
Clinton campaign memo outlines map to victory  —  NEW YORK — Staring down tightening polls both nationwide and in the battleground states, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook on Monday circulated a private memo to donors, supporters and top volunteers that maps …
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
Joe Scarborough, Donald Trump look to repair relations  —  Joe Scarborough wants to make nice with Donald Trump.  —  Last week, Scarborough and his “Morning Joe” co-host, Mika Brzezinski, visited the Republican presidential nominee at Trump Tower to rekindle a once-rosy relationship …
Jennifer Jacobs / Bloomberg:
Trump Laments 'We're Not Allowed to Profile' in Terror Fight  —  Cites Israel as example of nation effectively using profiling  —  Says he ‘called’ cause of New York blast ‘before the news’  —  Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Monday that the U.S. response to domestic terrorism …
Discussion: Politico
Commission on Presidential Debates:
Moderator Announces Topics for First Presidential Debate  —  Lester Holt, moderator of the first 2016 presidential debate, has selected the topics for that debate.  —  America's Direction  —  Achieving Prosperity  —  Securing America  —  The debate will be held on Monday, September 26 at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY.
Greg Jaffe / Washington Post:
Why the election is taking an urgent and increasingly personal turn for Obama  —  NEW YORK — President Obama is approaching the final weeks of the presidential campaign with an intense sense of urgency and concern amid a growing realization that the election could be determined by the narrowest of margins.
Discussion: Political Wire
Theodore Schleifer / CNN:
First on CNN: Adelson to spend at least $45 million on 2016 races in boost for GOP  —  Washington (CNN)Conservative megadonor Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, have committed roughly $45 million so far to Donald Trump's presidential campaign and downballot Republicans' attempt to control Congress …
Discussion: Washington Post and Political Wire
Bob Owens / Bearing Arms:
Man Who Shot Crossroads Mall Terrorist Is USPSA Competitor, 3-Gun Shooter  —  USPSA Shooter, 3-Gunner, and NRA-certified firearms instructor Jason Falconer has been identified as the man who shot and killed a 22-year-old Somali immigrant who went on a stabbing rampage inside a St. Cloud, (MN) Mall on Saturday.
Evan Osnos / New Yorker:
President Trump's First Term  —  His campaign tells us a lot about what kind of Commander-in-Chief he would be.    —  On the morning of January 20, 2017, the President-elect is to visit Barack Obama at the White House for coffee, before they share a limousine—Obama seated on the right …
Andy Greenberg / Wired:
Inside Google's Internet Justice League and Its AI-Powered War on Trolls  —  Around midnight one Saturday in January, Sarah Jeong was on her couch, browsing Twitter, when she spontane­ously wrote what she now bitterly refers to as “the tweet that launched a thousand ships.”
Sam Stein / The Huffington Post:
Donald Trump Insisted That Bill Ayers Wrote Obama's Memoir  —  Birtherism wasn't the only conspiracy he pushed.  —  This past Friday, Donald Trump abruptly reversed course on birtherism, accepting President Barack Obama's constitutional legitimacy for the White House after he spent five years questioning it.
Discussion: Washington Post
 
 
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Discussion: Raw Story and Vocativ
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
Trump: Clinton has harsher words for Trump supporters than Islamic terrorists
Media Matters for America:
New Trump Ad Features NRA Board Member Ted Nugent, Who Has Called For Clinton To Be Hanged
Associated Press:
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Discussion: Politico
Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Ivanka Trump meets with Paul Ryan in New York
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