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Justin Baragona / The Daily Beast:
Fox's Judge Napolitano: ‘There Is Something There’ on Conspiracy in Mueller Report  —  ‘There is something there, but it is not enough to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt,’ the Fox News senior judicial analyst said Wednesday.  —  Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano …
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CNN:
CNN Poll: Majority says Trump not exonerated of collusion after Barr's summary  —  WASHINGTON (CNN)Though President Donald Trump has claimed “complete and total exoneration” based on Attorney General William Barr's summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference …
Darren Samuelsohn / Politico:
Mueller grand jury ‘continuing robustly,’ prosecutor says  —  The special counsel grand jury that investigated Russian collusion into the 2016 presidential election is “continuing robustly” despite the end of Robert Mueller's probe, a federal prosecutor said in court Wednesday.
CBS News:
Mueller report: Majorities across party lines want full report released says CBS News poll  —  More than 3 in 4 Americans, including majorities of both Republicans and Democrats, think the full Mueller report should be released to the public.  But the partisan splits that have long marked …
Discussion: Political Wire
Tierney Sneed / Talking Points Memo:   Nadler: Barr Won't Commit To Releasing Unredacted Mueller Report And Evidence
Sara Murray / CNN:   Special counsel briefly interviewed Maria Butina, sources say
Axios:
Scoop: Kevin McCarthy tells Trump new health care push makes no sense  —  Reflecting widespread concerns within his party, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has told President Trump he disagrees with the Trump administration's attempt to get the entire Affordable Care Act thrown out in court.
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New York Times:
In Divided White House, Trump Sided With Mulvaney in Push for Nullifying Health Act  —  WASHINGTON — The Trump administration's surprise decision to press for a court-ordered demolition of the Affordable Care Act came after a heated meeting in the Oval Office on Monday …
Discussion: Raw Story, Daily Kos, Politico and CNN
Washington Post:
White House Chief of Staff Mulvaney pushes health care fight Trump wants, Republicans fear
Discussion: Fortune, Politico and The Week
Crime In Boystown / CWB Chicago:
Exclusive: Chicago Police Department's complete investigative file of Jussie Smollett case  —  CWBChicago is posting the complete Chicago Police Department investigative file on the Jussie Smollett “hate crime” investigation that we have received in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.
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Guy Benson / Townhall:
Whitewash: Cook County Clerk's Office Stunned as Smollett Case File Vanishes From Records System  —  Chicago is still reeling from yesterday's extraordinary development in the Jussie Smollett case, in which the office of the State's Attorney chose to drop all 16 felony charges against the disgraced actor.
Sebastian Murdock / HuffPost:
Exclusive: NRA Official Sought Sandy Hook Hoaxer To Question Parkland Shooting, Emails Show  —  NRA official Mark Richardson emailed a day after the Parkland shooting to say the shooter “was not alone.”  —  An official with the National Rifle Association corresponded with a prominent Sandy …
Bloomberg:
Trump Fed Pick Stephen Moore Owes $75,000 to IRS, Court Document Says  — Moore's wife says the couple is disputing the tax bill  — ‘It was not an attempt at defrauding’ the U.S., she says  —  Stephen Moore, whom President Donald Trump said he'll nominate for a seat on the Federal Reserve …
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Susan Page / USA Today:
Barbara Bush: Did she still consider herself a Republican?  'I'd probably say no today.'  —  Barbara Bush, in a forthcoming book, had given up on the Republican Party.  Susan Page expounds upon the story from her book, “The Matriarch.”  —  CONNECT  —  EXCLUSIVE: This story is adapted …
The Daily Beast:
MSNBC's Trump-Russia Ratings Fizzle: ‘Time to Pivot to 2020’  —  The Mueller report and its potential implications have driven the network's coverage—and monster ratings—for two years.  Now it's ended with a whimper, leaving execs in a bind.  —  Attorney General William Barr's short …
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McKay Coppins / The Atlantic:
The Resistance Media Weren't Ready for This
CNN:
Terry McAuliffe leaning toward jumping into 2020 race  —  (CNN)Terry McAuliffe is moving closer to a 2020 presidential run, Democrats close to the former Virginia governor tell CNN.  —  McAuliffe has been telling Democratic allies that he is leaning toward jumping into the Democratic …
U.S. Department of Justice:
Multi-Agency Investigation Results in Charges Against 18 Members and Associates of Violent White Supremacist Gang  —  Charges Include Murder in Aid of Racketeering, Kidnapping, Assault and Firearms Offenses  —  Multiple members and associates of a white supremacist gang known as the 1488s …
Discussion: Splinter
Des Moines Register:
EXCLUSIVE: Elizabeth Warren lays out plan to target corporate agriculture, support family farms  —  Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is taking aim at some of the nation's largest agribusiness companies, such as Tyson and Bayer-Monsanto, continuing her campaign's assault on corporate consolidation.
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Andrew Desiderio / Politico:
House Democrats make new push for 10 years of Trump's financial records  —  The House Oversight and Reform Committee is seeking 10 years of President Donald Trump's financial records from an accounting firm, according to a letter obtained by POLITICO.  —  The Democrat-led committee asked Mazars USA …
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Sam Stein / The Daily Beast:   Elijah Cummings Seeks 10 Years of Trump's Financial Records
Washington Post:
Self-professed neo-Nazi who drove into Charlottesville crowd pleads guilty to federal hate crimes  —  James A. Fields Jr. rammed his car into counterprotesters at a 2017 white-supremacist rally, killing Heather Heyer and injuring 35 others.  He entered his plea in federal court in Charlottesville.
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Denise Lavoie / Associated Press:
Guilty plea to hate crimes in deadly car attack at rally
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Rachana Pradhan / Politico:
Judge strikes down Medicaid work rules in Arkansas, Kentucky  —  A federal judge today blocked new work requirements on Medicaid recipients for a second time, dealing another blow to the Trump administration's efforts to reshape the safety net health care program.
Discussion: Vox
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Amy Goldstein / Washington Post:
A job-scarce town struggles with Arkansas's first-in-nation Medicaid work rules
Discussion: Splinter
William J. Burns / Foreign Affairs:
The Lost Art of American Diplomacy  —  Can the State Department Be Saved?  —  Diplomacy may be one of the world's oldest professions, but it's also one of the most misunderstood.  It's mostly a quiet endeavor, less swaggering than unrelenting, oftentimes operating in back channels, out of sight and out of mind.
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Reuters:
Trump tells Russia to get its troops out of Venezuela
Motherboard:
Facebook Bans White Nationalism and White Separatism  —  After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
Five Trump trips to Mar-a-Lago would cover Betsy Devos's proposed Special Olympics cuts  —  It's not Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's fault that her department has to cut its budget.  That's a mandate coming down from her boss, President Trump.  —  But DeVos is the one to make specific recommendations …
Will Sommer / The Daily Beast:
QAnon Turns on Sebastian Gorka After He Calls Them ‘Garbage’  —  Q fans once loved Gorka, now they think he's part of the deep state … Former White House adviser Sebastian Gorka is no stranger to conspiracy theories.  In January, for example, he suggested that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was secretly dead.
Los Angeles Times:
For Michael Avenatti, a luxury lifestyle built on a purported house of cards  —  Long before he was Stormy Daniels' lawyer, well before he was accused of trying to shake down Nike for millions of dollars, Michael Avenatti was an Orange County plaintiff's attorney living a luxe life adorned with fast cars …
Christopher Wilson / Yahoo News:
Stacey Abrams nixes Biden-Abrams ticket trial balloon: 'You don't run for second place'  —  An idea floated by advisers of Joe Biden to designate Stacey Abrams of Georgia as his running mate before the primaries was dismissed Wednesday by Abrams herself.  —  According to
Noah Bierman / Los Angeles Times:
What's behind all those executive orders Trump loves to sign?  Not much … A seated President Trump handed commemorative pens to his wife, daughter and eight others who hovered around his desk, then theatrically held up for the cameras the latest executive order bearing his oversize signature.
Discussion: Raw Story
Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
Pompeo repeatedly declines to blame Kim Jong Un personally for human rights abuses  —  On multiple occasions now, both Trump and Pompeo have opted to blame the regime rather than Kim personally.  And on Wednesday, Pompeo got testy about it.  —  When the president you serve speaks glowingly …
Khorri Atkinson / Axios:
Comey calls Mueller's position on Trump obstruction charges “confusing”  —  Former FBI Director James Comey told NBC “Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt in an interview that aired on Wednesday that he thought President Trump may have obstructed justice after his abrupt dismissal in 2017.
El Paso Times:
CBP commissioner visits El Paso border, says immigration system at ‘breaking point’  —  U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan said the border has hit it's “breaking point” during a visit to El Paso.  —  A huge influx of Central American migrants has made the El Paso Sector …
Ryan Grim / The Intercept:
Progressive Caucus Slams DCCC Head Cheri Bustos for Her Assault on Primary Challengers  —  The leadership of the Congressional Progressive Caucus has met with the top brass at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and pushed back hard against a new party policy to blacklist consultants who work with primary challengers.
 
 
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Alan M. Dershowitz / The Hill:
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Parul Sehgal / New York Times:
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Wall Street Journal:
Trump Names TCW's Marc Stern, a Major GOP Donor, to Kennedy Center Board
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Some Wisconsin lame-duck laws back in place after appeals court rules
Discussion: Axios and mprnews.org
Molly Redden / HuffPost:
The Human Costs Of Kamala Harris' War On Truancy
Bill Chappell / NPR:
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David French / National Review:
The Steele Dossier, Hillary Clinton's Malignant Gift to America
Discussion: The Atlantic and Hot Air
Anna M. Phillips / Los Angeles Times:
How a couple worked charter school regulations to make millions
Washington Post:
Theresa May says she will resign as prime minister after she ‘delivers Brexit’
Discussion: Slate and The Guardian
Associated Press:
Gay sex and adultery will be punishable by stoning to death and thieves will be amputated under …
Samantha Schmidt / Washington Post:
Teen boys rated their female classmates based on looks. The girls fought back.
Discussion: Jezebel