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1:10 PM ET, September 21, 2016

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J.D. Durkin / Mediaite:
BREAKING: Corey Lewandowski Pulled From Appearing on CNN Morning Show  —  Editor's Note: Based on information from a high level CNN source, we initially reported that Corey Lewandowski was suspended from CNN.  CNN has now gotten back to us and firmly denied that Lewandowski has been suspended …
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Paul Farhi / Washington Post:
CNN commentator Lewandowski remained on Trump payroll in August  —  CNN commentator and former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was paid $20,000 in August by the campaign for what it described as “strategy consulting,” raising anew the conflict of interest issue that has dogged the cable network's hiring of Lewandowski.
J.J. Gallagher / ABC News:
Trump Still Paying Fmr. Campaign Manager Lewandowski as Consultant
Discussion: The Week
Jeremy Diamond / CNN:
Trump brags about using 'other people's money' amid questions over charity use  —  Kenansville, North Carolina (CNN)Donald Trump bragged Tuesday there's “nothing like” using other people's money, hours after a report said he used more than $250,000 from his charitable organization to litigate lawsuits against his business interests.
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New York Times:
Mr. Trump's Stupid Excuses on Taxes
ABC News:
The Note: Other People's Money
Discussion: Political Wire and Politico
Jonathan Swan / The Hill:
Scrutiny of Trump Foundation deepens
Joe Marusak / The Charlotte Observer:
Man shot by police at University City apartment complex  —  Police shot and killed a man in the parking lot of a University City apartment complex on Tuesday afternoon.  —  A large crowd of protesters gathered as word of the shooting spread and blocked off the road while chanting “Hands up …
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Kim Bellware / The Huffington Post:
Police In North Carolina Fatally Shoot Man Witnesses Say Was Disabled, Unarmed  —  Protests erupted after the sixth killing of a civilian by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police in the past year.  —  Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday fatally shot a black man they said was armed …
Wbtv Web / WBTV-TV:
Charlotte faces unrest after deadly police shooting
Alana Goodman / Daily Mail:
TEXT OF LETTER WEINER ASKED TEEN TO SEND TO TEACHER  —  The teen wrote this letter but sent it to a fake email address and sent a copy to Weiner.  Parts of the letter that might identify her are redacted.  The teen told DailyMail.com what she had done.  Weiner provided a copy of the letter in his belief it was sent to her teacher.
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
Clinton's Samantha Bee Problem  —  When the histories of the Trump era are written from exile in Justin Trudeau's Canada, they will record that it was none other than Jimmy Fallon who brought down the republic.  —  Or so you might have thought, at least, listening the furious liberal reaction …
Richard Ruelas / Arizona Republic:
Sheriff Joe Arpaio addresses Surprise Tea Party Patriots … Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Tuesday vowed to the Surprise Tea Party Patriots, the group that five years ago petitioned him to investigate President Barack Obama's birth certificate, that he was continuing the inquiry.
Discussion: Washington Post and Infowars
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Richard Ruelas / USA Today:
Sheriff Arpaio: I'm still investigating President Obama's birth certificate
Discussion: alan.com and Politico
Associated Press:
AP FACT CHECK: Trump's Bogus Birtherism Claim About Clinton
Discussion: ABC News
Caitlin MacNeal / Talking Points Memo:   Sheriff Arpaio Still Insists Obama's Birth Certificate Was ‘Forged’
Tom Jensen / Public Policy Polling:
Presidential Race Tied, Cooper Up in NC  —  The Presidential race in North Carolina is about as tight as it can be, and it's also becoming increasingly clear who will end up deciding the winner in the state: voters who would like to continue the direction of President Obama's leadership, but who also strongly dislike Hillary Clinton.
Discussion: Politicus USA
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Amanda Marcotte / Salon:
Pat McCrory's shifty gambit: N.C. governor tries to blame pro-gay laws for NCAA boycott
John Bacon / USA Today:
ACLU: Tulsa officer shot Terence Crutcher ‘in cold blood’  —  The ACLU of Oklahoma on Tuesday demanded that criminal charges be filed against Tulsa police officers whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black man last week was caught on video.  —  But the lawyer for Officer Betty Shelby claims …
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Thomas Patterson / Los Angeles Times:
Op-Ed If Clinton loses, blame the email controversy and the media  —  Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a question from a member of the media after speaking at a rally at the University of North Carolina, in Greensboro, N.C., on Sept. 15.  (Andrew Harnik / Associated Press)
Military Times:
This poll of the U.S. military has Gary Johnson tied with Donald Trump in the race for president  —  Editor's note: This is the first in a series examining the views of military service members ahead of the presidential election.  —  If American military personnel alone were selecting the next president …
Siraj Datoo / Bloomberg:
Donald Trump Jr.'s Skittles Comparison Used to Be a Feminist Meme  —  The internet never forgets.  It just remembers differently.  —  When Donald Trump Jr. compared refugees to a bowl of potentially poisonous Skittles, internet outrage ensued.  Ben Grelle's anger was a little more personal.
John McCormick / Bloomberg:
Top Earners Back Clinton in Bloomberg Poll After Decades With GOP  —  In 2012, this group backed Romney over Obama by 10 percentage points, exit polls show.  —  McCormickJohn  —  Higher-income voters are narrowly supporting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in another sign …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and The Week
Lizzie Parry / The Sun:
RISE OF SCROTOX Would you risk Botox for your BALLS?  Number of men wanting the bizarre op doubles in a year  —  The op, which costs around £2,800, helps to ease sweating, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and helps make the scrotum appear larger, experts say
Hillary Clinton / New York Times:
My Plan for Helping America's Poor  —  The true measure of any society is how we take care of our children.  With all of our country's resources, no child should ever have to grow up in poverty.  Yet every single night, all across America, kids go to sleep hungry or without a place to call home.
Matt Latimer / Politico:
Trump's Guide to Winning Through Gaffes  —  That Donald Trump's campaign has had more returns from the dead than a soap opera villain is hardly a novel observation.  What is noteworthy is the manner in which he's bounced back.  Time and again, Trump has survived what only a few years ago …
Discussion: Power Line
Zeninjor Enwemeka / WBUR:
Mass. High Court Says Black Men May Have Legitimate Reason To Flee Police  —  Black men who try to avoid an encounter with Boston police by fleeing may have a legitimate reason to do so — and should not be deemed suspicious — according to a ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Discussion: The Week and Raw Story
Andrew Stiles / Heat Street:
PROBLEMATIC: Hillary Clinton Insults Homeless People on ‘The Tonight Show’  —  Hillary Clinton made a very problematic and insultingly “othering” joke about homeless on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
CNN:
Egyptian president responds to Trump's Muslim ban  —  CNN's Erin Burnett sat down with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, and ask him about his meeting with Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump and how he feels about Trump's proposed ban on Muslims.  Source: CNN
Veronica Stracqualursi / ABC News:
Don King Uses N-Word While Introducing Donald Trump  —  Boxing promoter Don King let the n-word slip while introducing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump today at a campaign event in Ohio.  —  King spoke about the problems minorities face, using the term “negro” in most of his remarks.
Eli Lake / Bloomberg:
Preparing for North Korea's Inevitable Collapse  —  Let's be honest.  The world would be a better place if a revolutionary tribunal in the near future sent North Korea's Kim Jong-un and his henchmen to the gallows.  Kim's subjects are so malnourished that North Koreans are notably shorter than their South Korean cousins.
Discussion: Instapundit
 
 
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Nick Gass / Politico:
Trump surrogate: He's not trying to say black communities are worse than days of Jim Crow
Discussion: ABC News
Numbers / Pew Research Center:
In Their Own Words: Why Voters Support - and Have Concerns About - Clinton and Trump
Discussion: Washington Post and NPR
Joe Concha / The Hill:
Trump-Clinton debate expected to shatter records
Associated Press:
NJ Mayor Says He Lied When Claiming Bridgegate Motive Wasn't Political Retaliation
John Branch / New York Times:
The Deflategate Scientists Unlock Their Lab
Discussion: Vocativ, ProFootballTalk and USA Today
James V. Grimaldi / Wall Street Journal:
Bill Clinton's Speaking Fee Overlaps With Foundation Business
 Earlier Items: 
Joe Johnson / Athens Daily News:
Athens girl arrested at school for knife she had for clown protection
Discussion: Hit & Run and Associated Press
Veronica Rocha / Los Angeles Times:
Deaf teen killed by gunman after he and friends explain in a text, 'We can't hear you'
Discussion: The Root
Seung Min Kim / Politico:
Democrats' debate advice to Clinton: Let Trump screw up
Discussion: Althouse and Infowars
Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast:
Ex-Exec Sues ‘Erratic,’ ‘Reckless,’ ‘Paranoid’ Glenn Beck
Discussion: LawNewz
Sarah Westwood / Washington Examiner:
Clinton gave State Department appointments to 194 donors
Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
For Clinton, attacking Trump may not be enough
Discussion: The Nation and The Week
CBS North Carolina / WNCN:
Fayetteville teacher suspended after flag-stomping lesson sparks outrage
Discussion: Scared Monkeys