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Wall Street Journal:
Secret Recordings Fueled FBI Feud in Clinton Probe  —  Agents thought they had enough material to merit aggressively pursuing investigation into Clinton Foundation  —  Secret recordings of a suspect talking about the Clinton Foundation fueled an internal battle between FBI agents who wanted …
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Tim Hains / RealClearPolitics:
Bret Baier: FBI Sources Believe Clinton Foundation Case Moving Towards “Likely an Indictment”  —  Fox News Channel's Bret Baier reports the latest news about the Clinton Foundation investigation from two sources inside the FBI.  He reveals five important new pieces of information in these two short clips:
Fox News:
FBI's Clinton Foundation investigation now ‘a very high priority,’ sources say  —  The FBI's investigation into the Clinton Foundation that has been going on for more than a year has now taken a “very high priority,” separate sources with intimate knowledge of the probe tell Fox News.
Washington Post:
Senior FBI officials were told of new emails in early October but wanted more information before renewing Clinton probe
CBS News:
Five days to go: The presidential race tightens - CBS/NYT poll  —  Where the Race Stands  —  The race for president has tightened since mid-October: Hillary Clinton now leads Donald Trump by three points nationally.  Just over two weeks ago, after the second debate and amid accusations …
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Megan Thee-Brenan / New York Times:
Hillary Clinton Still Leads a Tighter Race, Times/CBS News Poll Shows  —  Heading into the final days of the presidential campaign, the race has settled back into a tight contest, with Hillary Clinton holding an edge over Donald J. Trump after a month of tumult.
Shane Goldmacher / Politico:
Trump gives himself advice aloud: ‘Stay on point Donald, stay on point’
Discussion: ABC News
Ryan Grim / The Huffington Post:
Donald Trump Is Accused Of Raping A 13-Year-Old.  Why Haven't The Media Covered It?  —  There are two big reasons.  —  Washington bureau chief for The Huffington Post  —  If you've been anywhere near Facebook or Twitter in the past several months, you're probably aware that there is a case working …
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Timothy Noah / Politico:
Trump teen rape accuser abruptly calls off news conference
BBC:
Brexit court defeat for UK government  —  Parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU, the High Court has ruled.  —  This means the government cannot trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - beginning formal exit negotiations with the EU - on its own.
Discussion: New York Times, Deadline, Vox Popoli and NPR
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Griff Witte / Washington Post:
British court delivers blow to E.U. exit plan, insists Parliament has a say
Gary Langer / ABC News:
Beneath a Close Election Contest Lie Deep Rifts Among Groups (POLL)  —  Profound rifts among groups lie beneath the close presidential contest, underscoring the country's fundamental political divisions not only by race, gender and education but also by factors ranging from religious belief to residential area.
Discussion: Political Wire
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Scott Clement / Washington Post:   Clinton inches ahead, with enthusiasm back on par with Trump, Post-ABC Tracking poll finds
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Heather Miller / WGNO:
Louisiana U.S. Senate candidates trade jabs at heated final debate
Discussion: CNN, The Root and Raw Story
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
Cruz to hit campaign trail for Trump  —  will appear with Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence  —  at two events Thursday, his first appearance on the campaign trail for Donald Trump  —  Pence's spokesman, Marc Lotter, confirmed reports of the joint appearance on Twitter Thursday afternoon …
Discussion: RedState, CNN and BizPac Review
Adam Beam / Yahoo:
McConnell gives strongest statement yet in favor of Trump  —  FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has made his strongest statement yet on his party's presidential nominee, telling a rally in his home state Wednesday that “we need a new president, Donald Trump, to be the most powerful Republican in America.”
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Ali Rogin / ABC News:
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake Says He Might Write In Evan McMullin
Discussion: The Week, RedState and Politico
Matt Shuham / Talking Points Memo:
Claire McCaskill: ‘Majority’ Of Senate Republicans Won't Vote Trump
Discussion: CNN
Anthony Brooks / WBUR:
WBUR Poll: Trump Edges Ahead Of Clinton In N.H.  —  A new WBUR poll of likely voters in New Hampshire finds that Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are now in a dead heat with just five days to go before Election Day.  —  The survey also finds Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte leading …
Nick Kalman / Fox News:
Casting notice goes out for new ‘up-and-coming’ conservative news network  —  Donald Trump denies he is interested in launching a new conservative news venture, but somebody sure is.  —  What's being billed as an “up-and-coming conservative media network currently in development” …
Discussion: RedState, Mediaite and Raw Story
RT:
Assange: WikiLeaks did not receive Clinton emails from Russian govt (JOHN PILGER EXCLUSIVE) … In a John Pilger Special, to be exclusively broadcast by RT on Saturday courtesy of Dartmouth Films, whistleblower Julian Assange categorically denied that the troves of US Democratic Party …
Discussion: Politico
Kyle Dropp / Morning Consult:
How We Conducted Our ‘Shy Trumper’ Study  —  Are there “shy Trump” voters?  It's a question that many have asked since Morning Consult released a blockbuster study during the primaries that showed GOP voters were less likely to ... read more  —  Polling  —  OPINION  —  Michael Bloomberg and the Global War on ... Soda
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Steven Shepard / Politico:
Poll: ‘Shy Trump’ voters are a mirage
Discussion: The Week
Sabato's Crystal Ball:
Is Clinton Slipping?  —  There are more signs of erosion, but her floodgates appear to be holding  —  Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik, and Geoffrey Skelley, UVA Center for Politics November 3rd, 2016  —  Hillary Clinton has picked an awful time to hit one of the rough patches that has plagued her throughout the campaign.
Jeffrey Young / The Huffington Post:
Uninsured Rate At All-Time Low  —  Thanks, Obamacare: More than 90 percent of Americans have health insurance.  —  WASHINGTON The share of Americans who don't have health coverage fell below 9 percent during the first half of this year, the lowest percentage ever recorded …
Daily Mail:
WHAT HILLARY STAFFERS KNEW...AND WHEN THEY KNEW IT … Weiner was at home with their son Jordan, tweeting non-stop, and with little real work beyond occasional media appearances.  At one point in the summer of 2015 he took up a job with a PR firm.  It ended when some of the partners left in disgust.
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David Mack / BuzzFeed:
Here's An Open Letter To Comey From The Teen Who Allegedly Got Sexts From Weiner
Paul Sullivan / Chicago Tribune:
Chicago Cubs win World Series championship with 8-7 victory over Cleveland Indians  —  Photos from Game 7 of the World Series at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, on Nov. 2, 2016.  —  Chicago Tribune  —  Finally.  —  The most epic drought in sports history is over, and the Cubs are world champions.
Julia Harte / Reuters:
Emails show how Republicans lobbied to limit voting hours in North Carolina  —  When Bill McAnulty, an elections board chairman in a mostly white North Carolina county, agreed in July to open a Sunday voting site where black church members could cast ballots after services, the reaction was swift …
Washington Post:
The only way Trump can win  —  AS THE 2016 presidential campaign draws to a close, Donald Trump is airing commercials that present him as a change agent who will shake up Washington.  Not a mainstream politician, exactly, but nothing to be afraid of, either.
John R. Schindler / The New York Observer:
EmailGate Has Destroyed Clinton, Inc.  —  No matter what happens on November 8, Hillary's email antics have irreversibly sabotaged a political dynasty  —  With our presidential election less than a week away, Hillary Clinton is playing defense, blaming everyone but herself for the political disaster that is enveloping her campaign.
 
 
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Associated Press:
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Mark Joseph Stern / Slate:
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