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New Yorker:
Locals Were Troubled by Roy Moore's Interactions with Teen Girls at the Gadsden Mall  —  Roy Moore, the Republican Senate candidate and former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, was born in Gadsden, a small city flanked by Interstate 59 and the Coosa River, an hour northeast of Birmingham.
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al.com:
Our view: Roy Moore grossly unfit for office  —  New sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore  —  Roy Moore simply cannot be a U.S. Senator.  Even if his party and many of its adherents still think it possible, it is unthinkable — for his state, and his country.
Anna Claire Vollers / al.com:
Gadsden locals say Moore's predatory behavior at mall, restaurants not a secret  —  Roy Moore's penchant for flirting with teen girls was “common knowledge” and “not a big secret” around Gadsden, according to some area residents.  —  The Senate candidate has denied any wrongdoing in the wake …
Cameron Joseph / Talking Points Memo:
Alabama GOP Moves Toward Deciding Roy Moore's Fate Later This Week  —  As national Republicans ramp up the pressure to force Roy Moore to drop his Alabama Senate campaign, the small group of local GOP power players who will ultimately determine Moore's political fate are taking reluctant steps towards deciding whether to cut him loose.
Jennifer E. Duffy / The Cook Political Report:
Alabama Senate: One Hot Mess Moves to Toss Up  —  It's been five days since a Washington Post report detailed the stories of four women who allege that Republican nominee Roy Moore engaged in inappropriate sexual conduct with them when they were between the ages of 14 and 18 years old and Moore was in his 30s.
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Gingrich on Roy Moore: Amazing how fast ‘lynch mob’ can form
Discussion: IJR
Daniel Lippman / Politico:
GOP MULLS MOORE PROBLEM — TRUMP …
David Weigel / Washington Post:
In new TV ad, Alabama Democrat hits Roy Moore over ‘awful’ allegations
New York Times:
Justice Dept. to Weigh Inquiry Into Clinton Foundation  —  WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said Monday that prosecutors were looking into whether a special counsel should be appointed to investigate political rivals President Trump has singled out for scrutiny, including Hillary Clinton.
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Matt Zapotosky / Washington Post:
Sessions considering second special counsel to investigate Republican concerns, letter shows  —  Attorney General Jeff Sessions is entertaining the idea of appointing a second special counsel to investigate a host of Republican concerns — including alleged wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation …
Politico:
Sessions casts doubt on need for Hillary Clinton special counsel
Discussion: RedState
Kyle Cheney / Politico:
Sessions: ‘No clear recollection’ of proposed Trump-Putin meeting
Discussion: Axios
U.S. Department of Justice:
Opening Statement Of Attorney General Sessions Before the House Judiciary Committee
Discussion: Washington Post and IJR
New York Times:
Jeff Sessions Displays Unsteady Recall on Trump-Russia Matters
Discussion: Mediaite and Joe.My.God.
The Daily Beast:
Donald Trump Has Nominated 480 People So Far in His Presidency.  80% of Them Are Men. … On Monday morning, President Donald Trump announced his intention to nominate Alex Azar for the role of Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.  —  It was, in many ways, a predictable choice.
Discussion: Daily Kos and Booman Tribune
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The Daily Beast:
Before He Was Tapped By Donald Trump, Controversial Judicial Nominee Brett J. Talley Investigated Paranormal Activity
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
Trump judicial nominee wrote about paranormal activities: report
Discussion: RedState
Julia Ioffe / The Atlantic:
The Secret Correspondence Between Donald Trump Jr. and WikiLeaks  —  Just before the stroke of midnight on September 20, 2016, at the height of last year's presidential election, the WikiLeaks Twitter account sent a private direct message to Donald Trump Jr., the Republican nominee's oldest son and campaign surrogate.
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Marshall Cohen / CNN:
What we know about Trump Jr.'s exchanges with WikiLeaks
Discussion: Washington Post
James T. Areddy / Wall Street Journal:
Three UCLA Basketball Players Set to Leave China  —  President Trump says he spoke to China's Xi about the players  —  SHANGHAI—Three UCLA basketball players detained for a week in China were set to fly back home late Tuesday, hours after U.S. President Donald Trump said he had requested assistance …
Max Jaeger / New York Post:
De Blasio staffer says pizza from Chicago is better than New York  —  This was clearly a half-baked idea.  —  The press secretary for the mayor of New York City — America's pizza epicenter — took to Twitter to claim that a Chicago pizzeria makes better pies than all of New York.
CNN:
‘Nothing about it felt right’: More than 50 people describe sexual harassment on Capitol Hill  —  STORY HIGHLIGHTS  —  (CNN)Be extra careful of the male lawmakers who sleep in their offices — they can be trouble.  Avoid finding yourself alone with a congressman or senator in elevators …
Andrew Higgins / New York Times:
U.S. Hires Company With K.G.B. Link to Guard Moscow Embassy  —  MOSCOW — When President Vladimir V. Putin in July ordered American diplomatic missions in Russia to slash their staff by 755 employees, the State Department said it would need time to assess the “impact of such a limitation and how we will respond to it.”
Jacqueline Thomsen / The Hill:
‘The Simpsons’ compares Kellyanne Conway to Joseph Goebbels  —  “The Simpsons” compared White House adviser Kellyanne Conway to Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels during its most recent episode.  —  During Sunday's show, Marge Simpson is elected the first female mayor of Springfield …
Discussion: IJR
William McGurn / Wall Street Journal:
The ABA Jumps the Shark  —  Why did the group ask where a judicial nominee's children went to school?  —  Looks as if the American Bar Association picked the wrong judicial nominee to play politics with.  If Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are smart, they will use …
Discussion: Instapundit
Michelle Goldberg / New York Times:
I Believe Juanita  —  On Friday evening the MSNBC host Chris Hayes sent out a tweet that electrified online conservatives: “As gross and cynical and hypocritical as the right's ‘what about Bill Clinton’ stuff is, it's also true that Democrats and the center left are overdue for a real reckoning with the allegations against him.”
Josh Dawsey / Politico:
GOP megadonor Adelson publicly breaks with Bannon  —  Las Vegas casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, the GOP's most prominent mega-donor, is publicly breaking with former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon over his efforts to oust Republican incumbents in 2018.
Ashley Parker / Washington Post:
Trump's Asia trip was mostly free of incidents — until it wasn't  —  MANILA — President Trump departed for a five-country, 12-day swing through Asia facing one overarching question: Could he avoid what The Onion satirical website jokingly predicted would be a “bizarre, easily avoidable international incident”?
 
 
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Associated Press:
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