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5:05 PM ET, April 7, 2017

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Haider Newmani / ABC News:
Eyewitness says Syrian military anticipated U.S. raid  —  Syrian military officials appeared to anticipate Thursday's night raid on Syria's Shayrat airbase, evacuating personnel and moving equipment ahead of the strike, according to an eyewitness to the strike.
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Neil MacFarquhar / New York Times:
Russia Suspends Cooperation With U.S. in Syria After Missile Strikes  —  MOSCOW — Russia on Friday froze a critical agreement on military cooperation with the United States in Syria after an American military strike, warning that the operation would further corrode already dismal relations between Moscow and Washington.
Jeffrey Goldberg / The Atlantic:
The Obama Doctrine, R.I.P.  —  President Obama's foreign policy doctrine, like many foreign policy doctrines, was contradictory at times, and it sometimes lacked coherence.  Obama himself resisted the desire of others (including yours truly) to corral his various foreign policy …
New York Times:
Syria Strike Puts U.S. Relationship With Russia at Risk  —  WASHINGTON — The American military strike against Syria threatened Russian-American relations on Friday as the Kremlin denounced President Trump's use of force and the Russian military indicated it would suspend an agreement …
Lucas Tomlinson / Fox News:
Russian warship steams toward US destroyers that launched Syria strikes  —  A Russian warship entered the eastern Mediterranean Friday and was heading toward the area where two U.S. Navy destroyers launched missile strikes into Syria, Fox News has learned.  —  The Russian frigate …
Fox News:
Syria missile attack: Satellite photos show major damage to airfields  —  Satellite images released Friday of the Syrian air base that was pounded with 59 U.S. Tomahawk missiles show large-scale destruction to airfields, planes and fueling facilities allegedly used by the Assad regime to mount chemical weapons attacks.
David Frum / The Atlantic:
Seven Lessons From Trump's Syria Strike  —  When the Electoral College elevated Donald Trump to the presidency, it conferred on him the awesome life-and-death powers that attend the office.  It was inevitable that President Trump would use those powers sooner or later.  Now he has.
Mark Landler / New York Times:
On Syria Attack, Trump's Heart Came First
Matthew Haag / New York Times:
Trump's Far-Right Supporters Turn on Him Over Syria Strike
Associated Press:
THE LATEST: SYRIAN UN ENVOY CALLS MISSILE STRIKES ‘BARBARIC’
Discussion: Breitbart, CNN, Politico and IJR
Ellen Mitchell / The Hill:
US investigating possible Russian involvement in Syrian gas attack
Discussion: The Daily Caller
NBC News:
U.S. Launches Missiles at Syrian Base After Chemical Weapons Attack
Axios:
Exclusive: Trump eyes new chief of staff; House Leader on short list  —  President Trump is considering a broad shakeup of his White House that could include the replacement of White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and the departure of chief strategist Steve Bannon, aides and advisers tell us.
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Wall Street Journal:
Donald Trump Considering Major Shake-up of Senior White House Team  —  The president is said to be unhappy with the infighting among his top aides  —  WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump is considering a major shake-up of his senior White House team, a senior administration official said Friday.
New York Times:
In Battle for Trump's Heart and Mind, It's Bannon vs. Kushner  —  WASHINGTON — Thick with tension, the conversation this week between Stephen K. Bannon, the chief White House strategist, and Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, had deteriorated to the point of breakdown.
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
Trump's Syria Strike Is Latest Sign of Steve Bannon's Waning Influence  —  Donald Trump's surprise decision to launch missile strikes against Syrian president Bashar al-Assad's forces in response to Tuesday's horrific chemical attack represented a reversal from Trump's noninterventionist campaign message.
Marc Caputo / Politico:
GOP Congresswoman: Trump should oust Bannon
Discussion: Fox News Insider and IJR
New York Times:
Senate Confirms Gorsuch as Supreme Court Justice  —  WASHINGTON — Judge Neil M. Gorsuch was confirmed by the Senate on Friday to become the 113th justice of the Supreme Court, capping a political brawl that lasted for more than a year and tested constitutional norms inside the Capitol's fraying upper chamber.
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Elana Schor / Politico:
Bipartisan pitch to save filibuster gets 61 senators' endorsement
Discussion: Political Wire
Ed O'Keefe / Washington Post:
Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court
Abbe R. Gluck / Los Angeles Times:   Op-Ed Goodbye, U.S. Senate
Naomi Martin / Dallas Morning News:
Tomi Lahren sues Glenn Beck, The Blaze for wrongful termination  —  Tomi Lahren, the young incendiary conservative commentator, is suing her former boss, Glenn Beck and his media firm, The Blaze, for wrongful termination involving her pro-choice comments.  —  According to Lahren's suit …
Daily Mail:
Above are the scenes in the city currently, where dozens of emergency services vehicles are tending to injured people  —  Anna who witnessed the incident, said: 'I saw hundreds of people ran, they ran for their lives.  —  ‘I turned and ran as well.’  —  Eyewitness Jan Granroth was inside a shoe shop when he heard screams.
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and Power Line
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Dylan Byers / CNNMoney:
Maggie Haberman: The New York Times reporter Trump can't quit  —  Several days before Donald Trump announced his bid for the presidency in June 2015, he invited New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman to lunch at Trump Grill.  —  Haberman was late.  Trump waited, as did his soon-to-be campaign aides …
Facebook:
To see more from on Facebook, log in or create an account.  —  . . - (« ») , . , . , , . .  —  That's it.  The last remaining election fog has lifted.  Instead of an overworked statement about a joint fight against the biggest enemy, ISIS (the Islamic State) …
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Mark Hensch / The Hill:
Russian PM: Moscow, US on ‘the verge of a military clash’
Discussion: RedState
Louis Nelson / Politico:
Haley says U.S. ‘prepared to do more’ in Syria
Discussion: ABC News
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
Trump's Troll Army Isn't Ready for War in Syria  —  The fractured elements of what was once called the alt-right were unified once more on Thursday night in condemning Donald Trump's airstrike in Syria as a mistake.  Or as Milo Yiannopoulos put it, “FAKE and GAY.”
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BuzzFeed:
Trump's Most Die-Hard Media Defenders Turn On Him After Strikes On Syria
Nelson D. Schwartz / New York Times:
Job Growth Loses Steam as U.S. Adds 98,000 in March  —  The Labor Department released hiring and unemployment figures for March.  It is the latest official snapshot of the state of the American economy.  —  The Numbers  —  • 98,000 jobs were added last month.
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Jeff Cox / CNBC:
US created only 98,000 jobs in March, vs 180,000 expected
Discussion: Politico, Occupy Democrats and IJR
Emma Brown / Washington Post:
The cost of Betsy DeVos's security detail — nearly $8 million over nearly 8 months  —  Federal marshals are protecting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos at a cost to her agency of nearly $8 million over nearly eight months, according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
Chris Perez / New York Post:
Uber bans rider for life over threat to accuse driver of rape  —  The young Bronx woman who threatened to call police and falsely accuse an Uber driver of rape has been banned from the app for life, a spokesperson says.  —  SEE ALSO  —  Dash-cam footage, which was posted online this week …
Discussion: The Root and Gothamist
Jennifer Kabbany / The College Fix:
Angry mob shuts down Blue Lives Matter speech at Claremont McKenna College  —  A throng of angry protesters converged at Claremont McKenna College on Thursday and effectively shut down a pro-police speech as they surrounded the building, forcing the speaker to give the talk via livestream …
David M. Drucker / Washington Examiner:
Pence joins effort to save ‘safe’ GOP seat from the Democrats  —  Vice President Mike Pence is recording a robocall for the Republican running nominee in Tuesday's special House election in Kansas, a clear sign of concern that the Democrats could flip this solid GOP seat.
Discussion: Political Wire
 
 
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Chris Ariens / TVNewser:
Why a 2013 Sean Hannity Tweet is Making the Rounds Today
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Peter W. Stevenson / Washington Post:
Sean Spicer's completely avoidable mistake at Friday's briefing
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Lamia Estatie / BBC:
Arabs praise ‘Abu Ivanka’ aka Trump for Syria strike and #AmericaIsOverParty fears army draft
Discussion: IJR
Paul R. La Monica / CNNMoney:
Tomahawk maker's stock up after U.S. launch on Syria
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British DJ sentenced to jail in Tunisia over dance remix of the Muslim call to prayer
Bloomberg:
America's Retailers Are Closing Stores Faster Than Ever
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David Brooks / New York Times:
The Coming Incompetence Crisis
Zachary Tracer / Bloomberg:
GOP Health Plan Relies on Cutting Payments to Doctors, Hospitals
Discussion: Axios
Jonathan O'Connell / Washington Post:
Trump Organization settles restaurant suit with chef José Andrés
Discussion: NPR, Eater, Talking Points Memo and Mediaite
Mike Cason / al.com:
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley: I will not resign
Discussion: Raw Story and Joe.My.God.
 

 
From Mediagazer:

David Folkenflik / NPR:
NPR suspended Uri Berliner for five days without pay, starting on April 12, after he wrote an essay accusing NPR of losing the public's trust

Benjamin Mullin / New York Times:
Ben Sherwood and Joanna Coles take minority stakes in The Daily Beast; Sherwood will be CEO and publisher, and Coles will be chief creative and content officer

Lucy Craymer / Reuters:
New Zealand's Stuff Group signs a deal with WBD to provide WBD's New Zealand TV channel with a 6PM daily news program; WBD plans to close Newshub on July 5

 
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