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1:35 PM ET, February 9, 2017

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Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Blumenthal: We're careening ‘toward a constitutional crisis’ … (D-Conn.) on Thursday warned that the country is heading toward a “constitutional crisis,” moments after President Trump attacked him for sharing Trump's Supreme Court nominee's concerns with the president's attacks on judges.
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Louis Nelson / Politico:
Trump lashes out at Blumenthal for relaying Gorsuch's ‘disheartening’ comments  —  President Donald Trump attacked the military record of Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Thursday morning, suggesting that the Connecticut lawmaker misrepresented his conversation with Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch …
New York Sun:   The Gorsuch Gaffe
The Daily Beast:
Trump Pretends Gorsuch Didn't Say What He Said
Discussion: TheBlaze
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Trump travel ban lawsuits pile up
Discussion: Daily Kos
Fernanda Santos / New York Times:
She Showed Up Yearly to Meet Immigration Agents.  Now They're Deporting Her.  —  PHOENIX — For eight years, Guadalupe García de Rayos had checked in at the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement office here, a requirement since she was caught using a fake Social Security number during …
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Ryan Devereaux / The Intercept:
TRUMP ADMINISTRATION PREPARES TO EXECUTE “VICIOUS” EXECUTIVE ORDER ON DEPORTATIONS  —  Donald Trump's first executive order as president, signed on January 25, called for a series of dramatic new measures aimed at hardening the country's domestic immigration enforcement apparatus.
Nigel Duara / Los Angeles Times:
Longtime Phoenix resident in U.S. illegally detained in early display of Trump executive order's reach
Discussion: CNN and KTLA
Arizona Republic:
Protesters ring ICE in Phoenix: Could woman in custody be the first deported because of Trump's orders?
Washington Post:
Conway may have broken key ethics rule by touting Ivanka Trump's products, experts say  —  President Trump's official counselor, Kellyanne Conway, may have broken a key ethics rule Thursday morning when she told TV audiences to “go buy Ivanka's stuff.”  —  Federal employees are banned …
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Bloomberg:
Trump's Oval Office Tweets Force CEOs to Choose Fight or Flight  —  The president crossed a new line with Nordstrom attack  —  Starbucks, Apple, Alphabet criticized immigration order  —  President Donald Trump is injecting himself into the daily business of U.S. companies to an unprecedented extent …
Olivia Nuzzi / New York Magazine:
Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus Want You to Know They Are Friends  —  “We're just finishing,” Steve Bannon told me.  “Reince is giving me my daily back massage.”  —  The two men burst into a fit of conspiratorial laughter.  —  “Off the record!”  Reince Priebus said.  —  “Off the record!”
Discussion: The Week
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Niall Stanage / The Hill:
Trump White House besieged by leaks  —  's White House has sprung a remarkable number of leaks since his inauguration.  —  The question is where they're coming from.  —  Barely a day goes by without some unusual tale emerging from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  Recent examples in a single …
Discussion: RedState and Daily Wire
Breitbart:   Please join us Thursday evening on the Breitbart News Facebook page for an exclusive interview …
Louis Nelson / Politico:
Conway: ‘Completely false’ that White House can't fill communications director job
Discussion: The Hill and The Huffington Post
Andrew Kaczynski / CNN:
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Silencing Sen. Elizabeth Warren ‘was long overdue’  — The Massachusetts senator on Tuesday was ruled to be in violation of Senate rules for impugning another senator.  —  (CNN)Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham says the silencing of Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the Senate floor Tuesday was “long overdue.”
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Eric Bradner / CNN:
Warren's moment galvanizes the left
USA Today:
Jeff Sessions sworn in as attorney general while Trump signs orders
Discussion: Breitbart, twitchy.com and Hot Air
Jordain Carney / The Hill:
Senate confirms Sessions as attorney general
Reuters:
Exclusive: In call with Putin, Trump denounced Obama-era nuclear arms treaty - sources  —  In his first call as president with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump denounced a treaty that caps U.S. and Russian deployment of nuclear warheads as a bad deal for the United States …
New York Times:
California Farmers Backed Trump, but Now Fear Losing Field Workers  —  MERCED, Calif. — Jeff Marchini and others in the Central Valley here bet their farms on the election of Donald J. Trump.  His message of reducing regulations and taxes appealed to this Republican stronghold …
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Natalie Kitroeff / Los Angeles Times:
How this garlic farm went from a labor shortage to over 150 people on its applicant waitlist  —  Workers pack fresh garlic at Christopher Ranch.  (Christopher Ranch)  —  The biggest fresh garlic producer in the nation is giving its employees a hefty raise, reflecting the desperation …
Lissandra Villa / BuzzFeed:
Senators Are Pissed Their Constituents Can't Get Through As Phone Calls Flood The Senate  —  Just about everything Donald Trump has done since he became president has caused a deluge of calls for senators, resulting in concerns that their constituents can't get through to them.
Discussion: Political Wire
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Politico:
Trump: McCain 'doesn't know how to win anymore'
Discussion: ABC News
Berkeley Lovelace Jr / CNBC:
Twitter shares crater after ugly revenue miss, shockingly weak guidance  —  Twitter shares sank on Thursday after the social media company reported quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street's expectations, and issued guidance that fell far short of estimates.
Billboard:
STEVE BOOM, 48  —  Amazon founder Jeff Bezos would make almost any list of the world's most powerful people.  In retail, he's clearly on top, and in tech, he's close to it.  In book publishing, he would be the undisputed No. 1 for 10 years running.  In addition to a $65 billion stake in Amazon …
Discussion: Axios and Business Insider
Jacob Sullum / Hit & Run:
Trump Does Not Know What Civil Forfeiture Is, but He Likes It  —  In a meeting with county sheriffs from around the country on Tuesday, President Trump jokingly (we hope!) threatened to “destroy [the] career” of a Texas legislator who proposed requiring the government to obtain a conviction …
Ian Bogost / The Atlantic:
The Myth of Apple's Great Design  —  Apple has great design is the biggest myth in technology today.  The latest victim of this ideology comes in the form a remarkable report on the late Steve Jobs's final project, still in production: a new, $5 billion Cupertino headquarters for Apple Inc.
Discussion: Refinery29
Paul Blumenthal / The Huffington Post:
Steve Bannon Believes The Apocalypse Is Coming And War Is Inevitable  —  Trump's top adviser thinks we're in “the great Fourth Turning in American history.”  —  Money in Politics Reporter, The Huffington Post  —  JM Rieger  —  Producer, The Huffington Post
 
 
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Media Matters for America:
Sexist Fox & Friends Segment Hosts Author Claiming Women's “Natural State” In Marriage Is To Be The “Beta”
Discussion: Raw Story
Quoctrung Bui / New York Times:
A Secret of Many Urban 20-Somethings: Their Parents Help With the Rent
Discussion: Mother Jones
Brian Flood / The Wrap:
Americans Trust Trump Administration More Than News Media in New Poll
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
Trump's Leading Rivals Wear Robes
Discussion: Vox
Lorraine Woellert / Politico:
Pence hires libertarian Calabria as chief economist
Thomas Fox-Brewster / Forbes:
Apple iCloud Hoards ‘Deleted’ Browser History Going Back More Than A Year
Discussion: The Verge
Andrew Freedman / Mashable:
Something is very, very wrong with the Arctic climate
Kim Hjelmgaard / USA Today:
Alleged gang rape shown on Facebook shocks Sweden
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The American Interest:
The Campus Left Grew More Radical During the Obama Years
Scott Bland / Politico:
Pictures of Trump's thumbs up proved to be fundraising gold
Discussion: Michael Babyak and Political Wire
Matt Taibbi / Rolling Stone:
The End of Facts in the Trump Era
Jason Noble / Des Moines Register:
Dallas County failed to report 5,842 votes cast in 2016 election
Jennifer Haberkorn / Politico:
GOP swimming in Obamacare replacements, but no consensus
Discussion: NBC News
Will Jordan / Borderline:
Donald Trump's Approval Rating in Context
Discussion: Washington Post
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
Obama's party-building legacy splits Democrats
Discussion: Axios
Holly Yan / CNN:
Sean Spicer cites Atlanta terror attack that never happened