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11:55 AM ET, October 2, 2016

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New York Times:
Donald Trump Tax Records Show He Could Have Avoided Taxes for Nearly Two Decades, The Times Found  —  Donald J. Trump declared a $916 million loss on his 1995 income tax returns, a tax deduction so substantial it could have allowed him to legally avoid paying any federal income taxes for up to 18 years …
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Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
As news of Trump's taxes broke, he goes off script at a rally in Pennsylvania  —  MANHEIM, Pa. — Donald Trump's campaign announced Saturday evening that the candidate would soon deliver a nine-sentence critique of comments Hillary Clinton made months ago about many of the millennials supporting her primary rival, Bernie Sanders.
Discussion: The Week and Guardian
New York Times:
Pages From Donald Trump's 1995 Income Tax Records  —  The tax records obtained by The Times show that Donald J. Trump claimed a $916 million loss that could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years.
ABC News:
‘This Week’ Transcript: Rudy Giuliani and Sen. Bernie Sanders  —  THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR ‘THIS WEEK’ ON October 2, 2016 and it will be updated.  —  ANNOUNCER: Starting right now on THIS WEEK with George Stephanopoulos: Trump's taxes revealed.  After refusing to release his tax returns.
Discussion: Politicus USA
Judd Legum / ThinkProgress:
One year of Trump's tax returns were just revealed.  Now we know why he won't release the rest.  —  Trump's tax gambit, revealed.  —  Someone sent an envelope to the New York Times with the key pages of one year of Trump's tax returns, 1995.  The pages revealed that, that year, Trump claimed over $900 million in losses.
Philip Bump / Washington Post:   What we know about Donald Trump's income tax history, by year
Dean Schabner / ABC News:
Donald Trump Tax Returns Reportedly Show $916 Million Loss in 1995
Discussion: Politico, Washington Post and Newsalert
Stephen Castle / New York Times:
‘Brexit’ Talks Will Start by End of March, Theresa May Says  —  BIRMINGHAM, England — Britain's formal talks on quitting the European Union will begin by the end of March, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday, in an announcement that could mean a British departure from the 28-nation bloc by the spring of 2019.
Discussion: Guardian and Marginal REVOLUTION
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BBC:
Brexit: PM to trigger Article 50 by end of March  —  The UK will formally begin the formal Brexit negotiation process by the end of March 2017, Theresa May has said.  —  The timing on triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty means the UK looks set to leave the EU by summer 2019.
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
Trump wonders if Clinton is ‘crazy,’ loyal to her husband or healthy  —  MANHEIM, Pa. — In a rambling speech on Saturday night, Donald Trump imitated Hillary Clinton stumbling at a memorial service last month, suggested that she might be “crazy” and wondered if she is “loyal” to her husband.
Discussion: Daily Kos
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Gary Langer / ABC News:
Clinton Trounces in Debate Reactions; Trump's Unfavorability Edges Up (POLL)  —  Americans see Hillary Clinton as the winner of the first presidential debate by a near-record margin in ABC News/Washington Post post-debate polls, with nearly half saying Donald Trump got his facts wrong and one in three saying he outright lied.
Michael Coleman / Albuquerque Journal:
Clinton, Trump in tight race in New Mexico  —  WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a slight lead over Republican Donald Trump among likely New Mexico voters in a four-way race, while Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is pulling nearly a quarter of voter support in the state, according to a Journal poll.
Daily Mail:
BBC sacked me for being a white man... even though I work in radio: The Now Show comic was told he was being axed to make way for more women and diversity  —  The BBC was at the centre of a damaging diversity row last night after one of its top radio stars was sacked for being ‘white and male’.
Discussion: Vox Popoli
Stephanie McCrummen / Washington Post:
‘Finally.  Someone who thinks like me.’  —  In a living room in western Pennsylvania, the Republican National Convention was on TV, and Melanie Austin was getting impatient.  —  “Who's that guy?” she said, watching some billionaire talk about prosperity and tolerance.  “Prosperity and tolerance?
 
 
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Philip Rucker / Washington Post:
Trump has a challenge with white women: ‘You just want to smack him’
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
Trump imitates Clinton stumbling at 9/11 memorial
Wendi Lane / KMPH:
Fresno veteran says terrorist crashed into him at 100 mph
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Supreme Court to begin new term short-handed as its ideological balance hinges on fall vote
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Chris Tomlinson / Breitbart:
Incoming migrants are bringing long-eradicated diseases to Germany and are putting the medical …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Rick Hasen / electionlawblog.org:
Trump's Irresponsible Vote-Rigging Statements Literally Putting Our Democracy at Risk
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
Kate Zernike / New York Times:
Bridge Trial Focuses on Christie's Political Tactics
Discussion: Mediaite
Bloomberg:
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