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The Daily Beast:
Report: Trump's 2005 Taxes Revealed  —  Donald Trump earned more than $150 million in the year 2005—and paid just a small percentage of that in regular federal income taxes.  Daily Beast contributor David Cay Johnston has obtained what appear to be the first two pages of Trump's 2005 federal …
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Henry C. Jackson / Politico:
Trump made $150 million in 2005 and paid $38 million in federal taxes  —  The White House said on Tuesday that President Donald Trump paid $38 million in federal income taxes in 2005 — on $150 million in earnings — offering a small glimpse at the president's personal finances, which Trump has so far kept almost entirely private.
Naomi Jagoda / The Hill:
WH releases Trump tax info ahead of MSNBC report  —  The White House on Tuesday night preemptively released some details of President Trump's income and taxes he paid in 2005 as MSNBC teased leaked documents ahead of an evening broadcast.  —  Trump reported $150 million in income …
David Cay Johnston / DCReport:
DCREPORT EXCLUSIVE: Trump Earned $153 Million In 2005; He Paid $36.6 Million In Taxes  —  Ten Years After His Casino Business Failed, He Was Still Writing Off Losses  —  In 2005, Donald J. Trump married model Melanija Knavs, his third wife.  That year, the real-estate mogul …
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
This 2005 Donald Trump tax return is a total nothingburger  —  MSNBC host Rachel Maddow spent hours touting a massive scoop: She — or more accurately veteran investigative reporter David Cay Johnston — had gotten her hands on President Donald Trump's 2005 federal tax return.
William A. Jacobson / Le·gal In·sur·rec· tion:
Big Trump tax returns “Scoop” flopped, bigly.  —  Rachel Maddow has a history of claiming big scoops which then flop.  —  There was the debunked 2012 big scoop about supposed GOP wrongdoing in Michigan.  And the 2014 big scoop that the Koch Brothers were behind Florida groups pushing drug testing …
Associated Press:
TRUMP EARNED $153M AND PAID $36.5M IN TAXES IN 2005  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump earned $153 million and paid $36.5 million in income taxes in 2005, paying a roughly 25 percent effective tax rate thanks to a tax he has since sought to eliminate, according to highly sought-after tax documents disclosed Tuesday night.
Discussion: Breitbart and Daily Wire
Willa Paskin / Slate:
Rachel Maddow Turned a Scoop on Donald Trump's Taxes Into a Cynical, Self-Defeating Spectacle
Wall Street Journal:
Trump Tax Records Leaked to MSNBC, White House Confirms
Discussion: RedState
Wall Street Journal:
GOP Senators Say House Health Bill Won't Pass Without Changes  —  Concerns mounted after independent report showed millions would be uninsured  —  WASHINGTON—Republican senators, alarmed by a nonpartisan report showing millions would lose insurance under the GOP health-care plan …
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Robert Costa / Washington Post:
Trump loyalists sound alarm over ‘RyanCare,’ endangering health bill
Steven Shepard / Politico:
Poll: Voters wary of GOP health care bill
John Wagner / Washington Post:
The cost of failure on health care? It may be the rest of Trump's agenda.
Discussion: The Atlantic
Fox News:   Eric Bolling: RyanCare is still ObamaCare. Here are five ways to start over
CNN:
Senator: Comey to say whether FBI probing Russia, Trump campaign by Wednesday  —  Senator: Comey to go public on Russia probe  —  (CNN)Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse said Tuesday that FBI Director James Comey promised to tell him Wednesday whether the FBI is investigating ties between Russia and the campaign of President Donald Trump.
Discussion: Washington Post, The Week and Mediaite
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Seung Min Kim / Politico:
Sen. Whitehouse: Comey may confirm FBI Russia investigation on Wednesday
Discussion: New York Magazine
Julie Hirschfeld Davis / New York Times:
Trump Spokesman Is ‘Very Confident’ Wiretapping Evidence Will Emerge
Discussion: Political Wire
Eliana Johnson / Politico:
Trump rejects push to oust NSC aide  —  President Donald Trump has overruled a decision by his national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, to sideline a key intelligence operative who fell out of favor with some at the Central Intelligence Agency, two sources told POLITICO.
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Kenneth P. Vogel / Politico:
‘People are scared’: Paranoia seizes Trump's White House  —  A culture of paranoia is consuming the Trump administration, with staffers increasingly preoccupied with perceived enemies—inside their own government.  —  In interviews, nearly a dozen White House aides and federal agency staffers described …
Discussion: Raw Story and The Week
Michael C. Bender / Wall Street Journal:
Steve Bannon and the Making of an Economic Nationalist  —  The controversial White House counselor says his father's 2008 financial trauma helped crystallize his antiglobalist views and led to a political hardening; 'I'm going to be totally wiped out'  —  Steve Bannon has played a lead role in honing Donald Trump's message.
New York Times:
Neil Gorsuch Has Web of Ties to Secretive Billionaire  —  WASHINGTON — The publicity-shy billionaire Philip F. Anschutz inherited an oil and gas firm and built it into an empire that has sprawled into telecommunications, railroads, real estate, resorts, sports teams, stadiums …
Daily Express:
Dutch election polls LIVE: Updates as Geert Wilders takes on Mark Rutte in Netherlands  —  AS Geert Wilders' election campaign enters its very final hours, here are all the latest updates, polls and breaking news from the Netherlands.  —  Up to 13 million Dutch people are getting ready …
Seth Borenstein / Associated Press:
WEATHER SERVICE DECIDED LAST MINUTE NOT TO CUT SNOW FORECAST  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Before the first snow fell, federal meteorologists realized there was a good chance the late-winter storm wasn't going to produce giant snow totals in big Northeast cities as predicted.
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
Gabriel Debenedetti / Politico:
O'Malley tests 2020 waters with Iowa poll  —  Donald Trump is only in his second month in the White House, but already one Democrat is polling his party's Iowa caucus-goers ahead of a possible 2020 run for the presidency.  —  The leadership PAC of former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley commissioned …
Discussion: The Week
Greg Hinz / Chicago Business:
Roskam blinks on Ryancare  —  A key member of Illinois' congressional delegation is signaling for the first time that he may be open to significant changes in the Obamacare repeal-and-replace plan being pushed by House Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump.
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Michael F. Cannon / Cato Institute:
CBO: Full Repeal Would Cover More People than House GOP's ObamaCare-Lite Bill
Alastair Gale / Wall Street Journal:
When the Children Crashed Dad's BBC Interview: The Family Speaks  —  In their first interview, Korea expert Robert Kelly and his wife Kim Jung-A describe the circumstances, chaos, and global reaction to their now-infamous home-office Skype catastrophe; ‘she was in a hippity-hoppity mood’
CNN:
Justice to announce charges in Yahoo account hack  — The DOJ and San Francisco FBI office have both scheduled news conferences for tomorrow on undisclosed topics  —  Washington (CNN)The Department of Justice is set to make the formal announcement of charges tomorrow against hackers …
Discussion: Axios, more at Techmeme »
 
 
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Jordain Carney / The Hill:
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John Simons / Wall Street Journal:
H-1B Visas Keep Down U.S. Tech Wages, Study Shows
Discussion: The Daily Caller and Axios
Damian Paletta / Washington Post:
Trump picks another Goldman banker for senior post, in sharp break from campaign bashing
Discussion: Political Wire
New York Times:
Prerequisite for Key White House Posts: Loyalty, Not Experience
Discussion: Death and Taxes
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Peter Beinart / The Atlantic:
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Karen DeYoung / Washington Post:
Defense Secretary Mattis withdraws Patterson as choice for undersecretary for policy