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7:50 PM ET, November 4, 2016


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CBS News:
Sources: U.S. intel warning of possible al Qaeda attacks in U.S. Monday  —  NEW YORK — CBS News has learned about a potential terror threat for the day before the election.  —  Sources told CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton that U.S. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces …
Harry Enten / FiveThirtyEight:
Trump Is Just A Normal Polling Error Behind Clinton  —  Even at the end of a presidential campaign, polls don't perfectly predict the final margin in the election.  Sometimes the final polls are quite accurate.  An average of national polls in the week before the 2008 election had Barack Obama winning by 7.6 percentage points.
Discussion: Scripting News and
German Lopez / Vox:
North Carolina Republicans are using one shameful trick after another to keep Democrats from voting
Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
Election Update: Why Clinton's Position Is Worse Than Obama's
German Lopez / Vox:
Southern states have closed down at least 868 polling places for the 2016 election
Discussion: Washington Monthly
Ari Berman / The Nation:
There Are 868 Fewer Places to Vote in 2016 Because the Supreme Court Gutted the Voting Rights Act
Mother Jones:
Exclusive: The Democratic National Committee Has Told the FBI It Found Evidence Its HQ Was Bugged  —  In an episode reminiscent of Watergate, the Democratic Party recently informed the FBI that it had collected evidence suggesting its Washington headquarters had been bugged …
Nolan D. McCaskill / Politico:
Hillary Clinton sent Chelsea info now deemed classified  —  Hillary Clinton sent her daughter Chelsea an email message that contains information the State Department now deems classified, a new batch of messages released by State Friday shows.  —  The email originated with White House Deputy …
Matthew Yglesias / Vox:
The real Clinton email scandal is that a bulls**t story has dominated the campaign  —  If you agree with her on policy, vote with a clear conscience about the server.  —  Some time ago, Hillary Clinton and her advisers decided that the best course of action was to apologize for having used …
New Jersey Online:
Bridgegate verdict: Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly guilty on all counts  —  NEWARK — Two former Christie administration insiders charged in a bizarre scheme of political retaliation against a mayor who refused to endorse the governor for re-election were found guilty Friday on all counts in the long-running Bridgegate saga.
Kate Zernike / New York Times:
2 Ex-Christie Allies Are Convicted in George Washington Bridge Case  —  NEWARK — A federal jury convicted two former aides to Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey on Friday over a bizarre scheme to close access lanes to the George Washington Bridge as punishment against a mayor who declined to endorse the governor's re-election.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission:
Samsung Recalls Top-Load Washing Machines Due to Risk of Impact Injuries  —  Recall Summary  —  Name of product:  —  Samsung top-load washing machines  —  Hazard:  —  The washing machine top can unexpectedly detach from the washing machine chassis during use, posing a risk of injury from impact.
Gerry Wagschal / ABC News:
Samsung, CPSC Recalling 2.8 Million Top-Loading Washing Machines Due to Risk of Explosion
Discussion: WATE-TV and Boing Boing
Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
ABC News staged crime-scene shot, photograph shows  —  ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis stood in a field in Woodruff, South Carolina, and relayed the gruesome details of how a 30-year-old woman had been held captive in a storage container allegedly by a registered sex offender.
Thomas Kaplan / New York Times:
Donald Trump Warns of ‘Constitutional Crisis’ if Hillary Clinton Wins  —  ATKINSON, N.H. — Heading into the final weekend of the campaign, Donald J. Trump portrayed Hillary Clinton on Friday as bogged down in legal troubles while expressing optimism about his standing in a number of battleground states.
Neil W. McCabe / Breitbart:
Exclusive-Breitbart/Gravis New Hampshire Poll: Trump Takes Lead In Granite State
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
At Trump rally, former N.H. governor jokes about the Clintons' sex life
T. Rees Shapiro / Washington Post:
Jury finds reporter, Rolling Stone responsible for defaming U-Va. dean with gang rape story  —  CHARLOTTESVILLE — A federal court jury decided Friday that a Rolling Stone journalist defamed a former University of Virginia associate dean in a 2014 magazine article about sexual assault on campus …
Josh Baugh /
Officials: SA cop fired for attempting to feed fecal sandwich to homeless person  —  An officer from the San Antonio Police Department has been fired for allegedly attempting to feed a fecal sandwich to a homeless person, several sources have confirmed.  —  The City Council was briefed …
Paul Joseph Watson / Infowars:
Wikileaks: Clinton Campaign Chairman Practices Aleister Crowley Black Magic  —  Menstrual blood, semen and breast milk: Most bizarre Wikileaks revelation yet  —  In what is undoubtedly the most bizarre Wikileaks revelation to date, Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta was invited to a …
Cassandra Fairbanks / We Are Change:
Spirit Cooking: The Most Disturbing Podesta Email Yet? (Warning: Graphic Content)
Eric Heisig / Plain Dealer:
Ohio federal judge orders no voter harassment in Democrats' lawsuit against Donald Trump, Republicans  —  A federal judge indicated Friday that he would bar any sort of harassing conduct outside polling places.  (Plain Dealer file photo)  —  CLEVELAND, Ohio — A federal judge on Friday …
Kurt Eichenwald / Newsweek:
WHY VLADIMIR PUTIN'S RUSSIA IS BACKING DONALD TRUMP  —  THE SCOOP VLADIMIR PUTIN DONALD TRUMP  —  In phone calls, meetings and cables, America's European allies have expressed alarm to one another about Donald Trump's public statements denying Moscow's role in cyberattacks designed to interfere with the U.S. election.
CBS New York:
NYPD Sergeant Shot Dead, Another Wounded In The Bronx After Responding To Home Invasion  —  NEW YORK - One NYPD sergeant has died, and another is in serious condition, after they were shot in the Bronx Friday afternoon.  —  Killed in the shooting was NYPD Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Discussion: Daily Wire and WIS-TV
Jim Kasuba / The News-Herald:
Allen Park man charged for allegedly holding kids at gunpoint over damaged Trump lawn sign  —  A 56-year-old Allen Park man has been charged with seven felonies after he allegedly pointed a gun at six children he accused of destroying his Donald Trump lawn sign.
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
Donald Trump has huge ad buy - 2 minutes long  —  Donald Trump is trying something unconventional in the final stretch: a two-minute-long TV ad.  —  The campaign says it is spending $4 million to buy time for the ad in nine battleground states and on nationally televised shows.
Discussion: Hot Air
Chris Graham / Telegraph:
Canada investigates mysterious ‘pinging’ sound at bottom of sea in Arctic  —  Canada's military is investigating a mysterious “pinging” that is emanating from the sea floor in the Arctic.  —  The sound, which has also been described as a “hum” or a “beep”, has apparently spooked the local wildlife in the Fury and Hecla Strait.
Media Matters for America:
Even Bret Baier Has Now Abandoned Bret Baier's Anonymously Sourced FBI Report  —  On November 2, days before the presidential election, Fox host Bret Baier cited two anonymous sources to issue three explosive claims: The FBI is currently engaged in a “very high priority” investigation of …
Scott Wong / The Hill:
Ryan says he'll seek to remain Speaker  —  (R-Wis.) on Friday pushed back on a story in The Hill in which a handful of House Republicans speculated that he might step down from his leadership post after Tuesday's election.  —  Speaking to a local Wisconsin radio talk show host …
Jeet Heer / New Republic:
Stephen Bannon's Long Game  —  How the Breitbart CEO will keep Trumpism alive long after Election Day.  —  Stephen Bannon, the CEO of Donald Trump's presidential team, has kept a low public profile, even if his fingerprints are all over Trump's attacks on Bill Clinton's sex scandals and the Clinton Foundation.
Wall Street Journal:
Hard-Line Strain of Islam Gains Ground in Indonesia, World's Largest Muslim Country  —  Rally against Christian governor of Jakarta draws estimated 100,000 people  —  JAKARTA, Indonesia—The biggest street protest in years shook this sprawling capital on Friday in a stark display of the more conservative …
Discussion: Instapundit
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Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Chelsea Manning Tried Committing Suicide a Second Time in October
Discussion: The Verge
Miranda Blue / Right Wing Watch:
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Discussion: Infowars
New York Post:
Anthony Weiner rides through sex addiction rehab on a horse
New York Times:
‘The Voter Suppression Trail’
Discussion: Mashable, Heat Street, The Verge and Polygon
Niraj Chokshi / New York Times:
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Claire Cain Miller / New York Times:
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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Who Broke Politics?  —  As far as anyone can tell, Paul Ryan …
Gary Langer / ABC News:
Hint of Momentum for Clinton, With Issues a Defining Factor (POLL)
Discussion: Washington Post, CNBC and RedState