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1:00 PM ET, January 19, 2019

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Jonathan Swan / Axios:
Exclusive: Trump expected to propose DACA-TPS immigration compromise  —  President Trump plans to use remarks from the Diplomatic Reception Room on Saturday afternoon to propose a notable immigration compromise, according to sources familiar with the speech.
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CNN:
Trump plans to make Democrats an offer to end shutdown, not declare national emergency, in Saturday speech, official says  —  (CNN)President Donald Trump plans to offer Democrats another proposal to end the shutdown when he addresses the nation from the White House on Saturday afternoon …
Nancy Cook / Politico:
‘Theater of the absurd’: How the shutdown's bleakest week unfolded for Trump
Discussion: Raw Story
Grace Segers / CBS News:
Trump says he'll make “major announcement” about border
Dallas Morning News:   Protect Dreamers and build the wall, and we can all win
Axios:
Mueller's BuzzFeed statement is a reckoning for journalism in the age of Trump  —  Last night's rare on-the-record statement from the Mueller team is a reckoning that journalism had coming: Amid some of the most impressive reporting of our lifetimes, there's plenty of questionable coverage in this shock-a-minute era.
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Washington Post:
In a rare move, Mueller's office denies BuzzFeed report that Trump told Cohen to lie about Moscow project  —  Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's office on Friday denied an explosive report by BuzzFeed News that his investigators had gathered evidence showing President Trump directed his former lawyer …
Reuters:
Trump says grateful to Mueller for BuzzFeed statement  —  WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he was grateful to Special Counsel Robert Mueller for a statement disputing a BuzzFeed News report that Trump directed his former lawyer to lie to Congress about a Moscow real estate deal.
Discussion: Political Wire
Dan Balz / Washington Post:
“Would you like to speak to the president?”  —  PARIS — “Would you like to speak to the president?”  —  That was about the last question I expected from a stranger on a Friday night in Paris.  —  I was at a brasserie in the Latin Quarter, enjoying dinner with James McAuley, the Post's Paris correspondent.
Discussion: Raw Story
Beto O'Rourke:
I had been to Ulysses, Kansas once before, briefly.  —  Mike and I were driving back to Texas from New York in the summer of 1998.  I had bought a used truck in Long Island for a thousand dollars, put my worldly possessions in the back and we drove the 2,200 miles to El Paso.  One of the funnest times in my life.
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Jon Ward / Yahoo News:   Why was Beto O'Rourke a national phenomenon while Stacey Abrams wasn't?
David Siders / Politico:   Beto O'Rourke's road trip drives home his message
Wall Street Journal:
Justice Department's Reversal on Online Gambling Tracked Memo From Adelson Lobbyists  —  Analysis sent to Justice Department argued that 2011 opinion that helped online gambling was wrong  —  The legal reasoning behind the Justice Department's unusual reversal this week of an opinion …
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Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: Inside Trump's immigration play  —  DRIVING THE DAY  —  THE PRESIDENT will make a “major announcement,” in his words, at 3 p.m. today from the Diplomatic Reception Room.  The speech is being closely held at the White House.  But here are some broad strokes we've picked …
Discussion: Politico
Vincent Schilling / Indian Country Today:
Outrage as non-Native youth wearing #MAGA hats taunt and disrespect Native elder  —  Native Twitter has gone ablaze as a Native American elder singing the AIM Song in Washington DC during the Indigenous Peoples March was ridiculed, taunted and mocked by a group of non-Native youth.
Kevin Sieff / Washington Post:
Attempts to steal fuel from Mexican pipeline set off massive fireball, killing at least 66  —  MEXICO CITY — At least 66 people were killed when a fuel pipeline exploded outside Mexico City, unleashing a massive fireball after residents tapped into the duct to steal buckets of gasoline, officials said Saturday.
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Mark Stevenson / Associated Press:
Horrifying fireball at ruptured Mexico oil pipeline kills 21  —  MEXICO CITY (AP) — A massive fireball that engulfed people scooping up fuel spilling from a pipeline ruptured by thieves in central Mexico killed 21 people and badly burned 71 others in what was a chronicle of a tragedy foretold.
Discussion: The Week
Cleve R. Wootson Jr / Washington Post:
A black R&B artist hoped singing for Trump would build ‘a bridge.’ It derailed her career instead.  —  Chrisette Michele is singing to nearly empty concert halls.  She says she's finding a new path to happiness.  —  GLENSIDE, Pa. — Chrisette Michele held hands with her band members during a final prayer …
Harry Enten / CNN:
More Americans pessimistic about Trump's presidency than any presidency in last 25 years  —  (CNN)First things first: The theme song of the week is John Tesh's “Roundball Rock” from the NBA on NBC.  —  Poll of the week: A Pew Research Center poll released this week finds that 29% of Americans …
Discussion: Pew Research Center, IJR and Townhall
Laura Vozzella / Washington Post:
Virginia's lone black statewide official sits out Robert E. Lee tribute  —  RICHMOND — Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, only the second African American elected to statewide office in Virginia, briefly bowed out of his duties in the state Senate on Friday in protest of a tribute to Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
PBS NewsHour:
Why many stores can't accept food stamps during the shutdown  —  While so far there have been no major lapses in benefits for the nearly 39 million people who depend on food stamps amid the partial government shutdown, 2,500 retailers around the country are unable to take any form of SNAP EBT payments.
George F. Will / Washington Post:
The shabbiest U.S. president ever is an inexpressibly sad specimen  —  Half or a quarter of the way through this interesting experiment with an incessantly splenetic presidency, much of the nation has become accustomed to daily mortifications.  Or has lost its capacity for embarrassment, which is even worse.
Chris Joyner / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Ga. lawmaker who defended Klan named to House post on eve of King Day  —  House Speaker David Ralston Friday named as one of his committee chairs a state representative who opposed the erection of a statue to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on the grounds of the State Capitol and said the Ku Klux Klan made “people straighten up.”
Discussion: Political Wire
David Rogers / Politico:
When Congress debated border security without having a total meltdown  —  Yes, it seems a distant memory amid all the heated rhetoric over the government shutdown.  But it wasn't so long ago that Democrats and Republicans could have a reasoned debate over funding border security.
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Robert M. Gates / Wall Street Journal:
To End the Shutdown, Try Thinking Big on Immigration  —  Both parties are to blame for this embarrassing impasse.  Yet a sensible solution may be possible.  —  As the U.S. government shutdown approaches the one-month mark, one thing has become abundantly clear: Few politicians in Washington …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Beware the permanent exclusive  —  Bloomberg Businessweek spent more than a year reporting on an alleged breach of U.S. computer infrastructure by China — a hardware hack supposedly affecting Apple, Amazon, Supermicro and nearly 30 other companies.  That story was published on Oct. 4 under the headline …
Discussion: twitchy.com
 
 
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Josh Shaffer / Raleigh News & Observer:
A green-card holder voted illegally 3 times in NC. The judge scolds election officials.
Discussion: TheBlaze
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