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9:35 AM ET, February 9, 2019

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Washington Post:
Second woman accuses Va. Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of sexual assault  —  A woman said Friday she was raped by Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D) in a “premeditated and aggressive” assault in 2000, while they both were undergraduate students at Duke University.
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Darren Sands / BuzzFeed News:
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam Plans To Survive By Changing His Agenda To Focus On Race  —  Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, still facing calls to resign as governor a week after the revelation that his page in a medical school yearbook features a racist photograph, is now tightly focused on coming up with plans to survive.
John F. Harris / Politico:
Virginia, a Dignified Disaster  —  The scandals roiling America's most self-important state bear familiar echoes.  —  John F. Harris is editor-in-chief of POLITICO and author of “The Survivor: Bill Clinton in the White House.”  —  At several moments this week, the unfolding fiasco …
Discussion: Splinter and New York Times
Politico:
‘This is an earthquake’: Virginia GOP celebrates Dems' implosion  —  After this week's debacle, Republicans see hope in a state that's been drifting left.  —  RICHMOND, Va. — Democrats have grown bullish the past few election cycles about putting leftward-shifting Virginia permanently in their column.
Discussion: Breitbart, Axios and National Review
New York Times:
Second Woman Accuses Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia of Sexual Assault
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
Scandal and Coup
Discussion: Raw Story and ThinkProgress
HuffPost:
Harry Reid Rebuked Amy Klobuchar For Mistreatment Of Staff  —  A leaked campaign document shows how staff tried to manage her anger.  —  Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar's mistreatment of her office staff began more than a decade ago and eventually caused such concerns that in 2015 …
Discussion: Hot Air and Twin Cities
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Molly Hensley-Clancy / BuzzFeed News:
Staffers, Documents Show Amy Klobuchar's Wrath Toward Her Aides  —  Amy Klobuchar has laid the grounds for a presidential run on an image of “Minnesota nice.”  —  But behind the doors of her Washington, DC, office, the Minnesota Democrat ran a workplace controlled by fear, anger, and shame …
John D. Dingell / Washington Post:
My last words for America  —  John D. Dingell, a Michigan Democrat who served in the U.S. House from 1955 to 2015, was the longest-serving member of Congress in American history.  He dictated these reflections to his wife, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.), at their home in Dearborn, on Feb. 7, the day he died.
Eliana Johnson / Politico:
White House hunts for ‘executive time’ schedule leaker  —  The White House is aggressively investigating several leaks of President Donald Trump's private schedules, a source of repeated embarrassment to the White House and the president himself.  —  West Wing officials managing the hunt …
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA, Raw Story and Mediaite
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Gabriel Sherman / Vanity Fair:
“Trump Is Hated by Everyone Inside the White House”: The State of the Union Left Trump Stoked …
Discussion: The National Memo and Raw Story
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Stephen Collinson / CNN:
The battle is on between Trump and his Democratic foes  —  (CNN)A clarifying week in Washington showed how ugly the war of oversight between President Donald Trump and House Democrats will become and dug new battle lines in the most intense exchanges yet of the 2020 campaign.
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Axios:
Whitaker interrogation kicks off two hostile years for Trumpworld
Discussion: Raw Story and Joe.My.God.
Olivia Beavers / The Hill:
Judiciary Dem asks Whitaker: ‘How the heck did you become the head of the Department of Justice?’
Discussion: CNN, Breitbart and Political Wire
Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller:
Emails: Jake Tapper Tore Into ‘Irresponsible’ BuzzFeed Editor For Publishing The Steele Dossier  —  After BuzzFeed published the infamous Steele dossier, CNN anchor Jake Tapper lit into BuzzFeed editor Ben Smith for the decision, calling it “irresponsible” and “uncollegial,” according to emails released Friday.
Discussion: Instapundit
Carter Evans / CBS News:
Hundreds rally to preserve right not to vaccinate children amid measles outbreak  —  Olympia, Wash. — With more than 50 cases of measles in Washington state, there's been a new push to change the law.  Washington is one of 17 states that allow parents to refuse vaccines for philosophical reasons.
Discussion: VICE News
New York Times:
Trump Defies Congressional Deadline on Khashoggi Report  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump refused to provide Congress a report on Friday determining who killed the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, defying a demand by lawmakers intent on establishing whether the crown prince of Saudi Arabia was behind the grisly assassination.
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BostonGlobe.com:
Elizabeth Warren needs to stop the drip-drip-drip of fresh revelations  —  When it comes to handling the controversy over her past claims to Native American identity, Elizabeth Warren can't seem to win.  Someone, somewhere is going to keep attacking the Massachusetts senator no matter her response.
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Ginger Gibson / Reuters:
Senator Warren seeks to quiet critics with 2020 campaign launch
Discussion: The Week
Trump, Inc.:
New Evidence Emerges of Possible Wrongdoing by Trump Inaugural Committee  —  Federal prosecutors in New York are circling Donald Trump's inaugural committee as part of a wide-ranging investigation into possible money laundering, illegal contributions and cash-for-access schemes.
Anne Gearan / Washington Post:
Trump's doctor says he is in ‘very good health’ after exam by 11 specialists  —  President Trump is “in very good health” and expected to remain healthy for “the duration of his Presidency, and beyond,” the president's doctor reported Friday following a physical exam that lasted nearly four hours and included 11 specialists.
Discussion: CNN and Daily Wire
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Brent D. Griffiths / Politico:   Trump's physician says POTUS is ‘in very good health’ after annual medical exam
Richard A. Oppel Jr / New York Times:
Her Title: Cryptologic Technician.  Her Occupation: Warrior.  —  Given who she really was, the military had little choice in how it described Shannon Kent.  They said only that she was a “cryptologic technician,” which anyone might assume meant that her most breakneck work was behind a desk.
Anne Applebaum / Washington Post:
The new censors won't delete your words — they'll drown them out  —  Winston Smith works at the Ministry of Truth.  Each day, the hero of George Orwell's “1984” “corrects” old newspapers to make sure that the information is in still accord with the current Party line.
Discussion: Meduza.io
Joanna Weiss / Politico:
Is America Ready for a Single President?  —  Cory Booker is about to find out just how much U.S. attitudes about politicians and their personal lives have shifted.  —  A bachelor in the White House?  It's such a compelling scenario that Aaron Sorkin once wrote a movie about it.
Zack Colman / Politico:
'It's crazy.  It's loony.' — Republicans giddy as Democrats champion Green New Deal  —  Prominent Democrats have rushed to embrace the Green New Deal — and Republicans couldn't be happier about it.  —  As liberal groups pressure presidential candidates and lawmakers to back the ambitious …
Discussion: Sara A. Carter, Bloomberg and RedState
Jonah Goldberg / National Review:
Udder Madness  —  You can come well short of the slaughter of the farting cows and still do profound damage to the country. … Dear Reader (Including all of the Democrats who wore blackface but forgot to tell anybody),  —  Where is Gary Larson when you need him?
BuzzFeed:
Days After Its Disastrous British Launch, Turning Point Has Already Lost One Of Its Star Recruits  —  “There was a sense of people realising, ‘Who are these cranks?’”  —  They were here to start a culture war, and Charlie Kirk was looking forward to the backlash.
Brooke Binkowski / BuzzFeed News:
I Was A Facebook Fact-Checker.  It Was Like Playing A Doomed Game Of Whack-A-Mole.  —  Facebook has always struggled to comprehend the scale of its fake news and propaganda problem.  Now, it's struggling to retain the fact-checkers it paid to try and deal with the crisis.
 
 
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Felicia Sonmez / Washington Post:
Second Trump-Kim summit to take place in Hanoi
Discussion: Washington Press and Breitbart
Henry J. Gomez / BuzzFeed News:
Rep. Tim Ryan Is Heading To Iowa And New Hampshire As He Considers Running For President
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
A Trump property earned money from a political committee one out of every two days from 2017 until the midterms
Discussion: Raw Story
Wall Street Journal:
Amazon Reconsidering Plan to Put Campus in New York
Wall Street Journal:
A Pedophile Doctor Drew Suspicions for 21 Years. No One Stopped Him.
Discussion: Splinter
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Christopher Ingraham / Washington Post:
Wealth concentration returning to ‘levels last seen during the Roaring Twenties,’ according to new research
Andrew M Harris / Bloomberg:
Roger Stone to Federal Judge: Don't Gag Me, and Get Off My Case
Discussion: Axios
Christina Wilkie / CNBC:
Firm owned by Trump's longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller has received $225,000 from Republican National Committee
David French / National Review:
The Supreme Court Upholds a Grave Violation of the First Amendment
Discussion: Outside the Beltway, CNN and The Root
Bloomberg:
Manafort Prosecutors Have Questions About $1 Million Condo Loan
Discussion: Raw Story
Bret Stephens / New York Times:
The Progressive Assault on Israel