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3:50 PM ET, March 22, 2017


 Top Items: 
Austin Wright / Politico:
Nunes: Trump transition members were under surveillance during Obama administration  —  Members of the Donald Trump transition team, possibly including Trump himself, were under U.S. government surveillance following November's presidential election, House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) told reporters Wednesday.
Fox News:
Trump team communications captured by intelligence community surveillance, Nunes says
Discussion: Fox News Insider
Fox News:
UK Parliament terror attack: 4 people killed, including cop and alleged assailant; 20 injured  —  DEVELOPING - Four people, including a London police officer who was stabbed and the alleged assailant, were killed after a terror attack that saw more than 20 people injured outside the Parliament building on Wednesday.
The Guardian:
Parliament attack: man shot after police officer stabbed at House of Commons - live updates  —  Major security alert at Westminster after at least one person was shot after police officer was stabbed outside House of Commons  —  Some pictures from the scene.
Washington Post:
Attacker kills 3, injures 20 in vehicle and knife assault near British Parliament, according to officials  —  LONDON — An assailant fatally stabbed a police officer at the gates to Britain's Parliament compound Wednesday after plowing a vehicle through terrified pedestrians along a landmark bridge.
NBC News:
London Terrorist Attack: 4 Dead in Incident Near UK Parliament
Toby Melville / Reuters:
Assailant shot, policeman stabbed and several injured in UK parliament incident
Josh Barro / Business Insider:
Republicans lied about healthcare for years, and they're about to get the punishment they deserve  —  It's hard to decide which would be the more politically damaging outcome for Republican politicians: passing the American Health Care Act, and therefore owning the premium increases …
Charles Ornstein / ProPublica:
We Fact-Checked Lawmakers' Letters to Constituents on Health Care  —  When Louisiana resident Andrea Mongler wrote to her senator, Bill Cassidy, in support of the Affordable Care Act, she wasn't surprised to get an email back detailing the law's faults.  Cassidy, a Republican who is also a physician, has been a vocal critic.
Discussion: STAT and Vox
Ian Millhiser / ThinkProgress:
While Gorsuch was testifying, the Supreme Court unanimously said he was wrong  —  Awkward.  —  About 40 minutes after Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch began his second day of testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, all eight of the justices he hopes to join said a major disability decision Gorsuch wrote in 2008 was wrong.
Carl Hulse / New York Times:
Joviality at Neil Gorsuch's Hearing Masks Drama Behind the Scenes
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Democrats sharpen attacks on Gorsuch after Supreme Court rebuff
Steven Shepard / Politico:
Poll: Approval wanes for GOP health bill  —  Support for the GOP proposal to repeal and replace the 2010 health care law is fading, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll conducted just before an expected House vote on the legislation.  —  Voters are divided on the measure …
Peter Sullivan / The Hill:
Defying Trump, Freedom Caucus insists they'll oppose GOP ObamaCare replacement  —  The conservative House Freedom Caucus said it remains opposed to the House GOP's ObamaCare replacement legislation Wednesday despite pressure from President Trump.  —  Speaking to reporters outside …
Discussion: RedState
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Republican flips to yes on healthcare bill
Discussion: RedState
New York Daily News:
Racist Maryland man who fatally stabbed black New Yorker admits his intent to kill African-American men  —  The 28-year-old man busted for fatally stabbing a black stranger in Midtown on Tuesday has told cops he came the city from Baltimore to kill African-Americans, sources said.
Shawn Cohen / New York Post:
White supremacist accused of murder says he came to NYC to kill blacks
Discussion: Gothamist
Wall Street Journal:
A President's Credibility  —  Trump's falsehoods are eroding public trust, at home and abroad.  —  If President Trump announces that North Korea launched a missile that landed within 100 miles of Hawaii, would most Americans believe him?  Would the rest of the world?
Derek Hawkins / Washington Post:
Ex-Colo. GOP leader said only Democrats committed voter fraud.  Now he's charged with voter fraud.  —  The 2016 election was just a month away when Steve Curtis, a conservative radio host and former Colorado Republican Party chairman, devoted an entire episode of his morning talk show to the heated topic of voter fraud.
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Mitch McConnell's Trumpcare Plan Is to Lose Fast  —  Trumpcare may or may not grind out enough votes to pass the House.  In the Senate, it's hopelessly short of the 50 votes it needs.  Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has laid out a wildly aggressive time frame, under which his chamber …
Jennifer Haberkorn / Politico:
House Obamacare repeal DOA in the Senate
Discussion: Political Wire
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
Poll: By 2 to 1 margin, registered voters reject Comey  —  FBI Director James Comey is unpopular across the political spectrum, according to a new poll that finds voters have a negative opinion of Comey by a more than two-to-one margin.  —  According to data from a Harvard-Harris Poll survey …
New York Times:
Why People Continue to Believe Objectively False Things
Discussion: The Resurgent
Erin McPike / IJR:
Trump's Diplomat  —  “I didn't want this job.  I didn't seek this job.”
Jessica Schulberg / The Huffington Post:
Trump's Team Said It Didn't Ask For Military Vehicles At Inauguration.  Emails Show It Did.  —  “Such support would be out of guidelines,” one Pentagon official wrote.  —  WASHINGTON The month after Donald Trump won the presidential election, his staff asked the Pentagon to send photographs …
Discussion: Breaking News USA and Raw Story
Eliana Johnson / Politico:
Hill Republicans say they're growing frustrated with Mattis  —  Defense Secretary James Mattis' unconventional choices for top Pentagon posts and his reluctance to aggressively push for dramatic increases in the defense budget have rankled Republicans on Capitol Hill who say he's burning …
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Spencer Ackerman / The Guardian:
Muslims inside FBI describe culture of suspicion and fear: ‘It is cancer’
Discussion: RedState and Raw Story
Justin Holcomb /
Turkish President: Europeans Will Not Walk Safely Unless Demands Are Met
Adam Kredo / Washington Free Beacon:
Obama Admin Loyalists, Government Insiders Sabotage Trump White House
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
White Pride and Prejudice
Discussion: The Guardian
Caroline Winter / Bloomberg:
How Scott Adams Got Hypnotized by Trump
Discussion: The Concourse
Washington Post:
Secret Service asked for $60 million extra for Trump-era travel and protection, documents show
 Earlier Items: 
Chris Jacobs / Chris Jacobs on Healthcare:
The “Technical” Amendment That Could Affect Millions of Veterans' Health Coverage
Discussion: The Federalist and Axios
Elizabeth Cohen / CNN:
Grieving father: 'I don't play Trump songs anymore'
Alexander Burns / New York Times:
Eyeing Trump's Budget Plan, Republican Governors Say ‘No, Thanks’
Discussion: Daily Kos and Raw Story
Washington Post:
New poll: only 3% of Trump voters regret their vote