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Elizabeth Warren / Team Warren:
I'm calling for something truly transformational: Universal free public college and cancellation of student loan debt  —  Growing up, my dream was to become a teacher.  And I knew that if I wanted to teach, I had to get a college degree.  —  I managed to get a college scholarship, but then things turned upside down.
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Philip Klein / Washington Examiner:
Elizabeth Warren's plan to cancel student loan debt would be a slap in the face to all those who struggled to pay off their loans  —  In the escalating battle of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates to see who can offer the most free stuff, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. …
Astead W. Herndon / New York Times:
Elizabeth Warren's Higher Education Plan: Cancel Student Debt and Eliminate Tuition  —  Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who has structured her presidential campaign around a steady unveiling of disruptive policy ideas, on Monday proposed her biggest one yet: a $1.25 trillion plan …
Discussion: The Nation
Benjy Sarlin / NBC News:   Warren's plan to wipe out student debt (and how she'd pay for it)
Andrew Stiles / Washington Free Beacon:   Elizabeth Warren Announces ‘Free College’ Plan on Lenin's Birthday
Gideon Resnick / The Daily Beast:
Elizabeth Warren Calls for Wiping Out Student-Loan Debt, Making College Free
Discussion: VICE News
Washington Post:
Trump and his business sue House Oversight chairman to block congressional subpoena of financial records  —  President Trump is seeking a court order to prevent his accounting firm from complying with what his lawyers say is an illegitimate use of congressional subpoena power by congressional Democrats.
Discussion: Raw Story, Political Wire and Daily Kos
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David A. Fahrenthold / Washington Post:
Trump sues in bid to block congressional subpoena of financial records  —  In a federal filing, the president claims the House Oversight Committee is abusing its powers to damage him politically.  — David A. Fahrenthold, Rachael Bade, and John Wagner -  · - 12 minutes ago -  ·
Andrew Desiderio / Politico:
Trump sues to block House subpoena of financial records  —  President Donald Trump on Monday filed a lawsuit against House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings to block a subpoena of the president's financial records from an accounting firm, escalating tensions between …
Discussion: Shareblue Media and Breitbart
NBC News:
Trump Organization sues House Oversight chairman over subpoena for financial records
Discussion: Breitbart
CNN:
Trump, sons sue to block House Democrats from obtaining his financial records
CNN:
Trump Fed pick Stephen Moore called it a ‘travesty’ that women ‘feel free’ to play sports with men  —  (CNN)One of President Donald Trump's picks to serve on the Federal Reserve Board has written that women should be banned from refereeing, announcing or beer vending at men's college basketball games …
Discussion: The Guardian and Observer
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Politico:
Trump says he won't nominate Herman Cain for Fed seat
Davis Richardson / The Bulwark:   Why Is Stephen Moore Hanging Out with the Alt-Right?
Washington Post:
Trump is accused of gross abuse of his office.  We're not talking about the Mueller report.  —  PRESIDENT TRUMP is accused of a gross abuse of his office, and his administration has not provided Congress the information it needs to reach the truth of the matter.
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E.J. Dionne Jr / Washington Post:
What House Democrats should do now  —  It may not have been his intention, but special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has forced a momentous choice on the Democrats who control the House of Representatives.  How they navigate the next several months will matter not only to politics but …
Liam Quinn / Fox News:
Ex-Trump attorney Dowd disputes Mueller report, says president never tried to oust special counsel  —  President Trump never said he wanted to “get rid” of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and instead cooperated fully with his investigation, according to one of the president's former attorneys.
Norm Ornstein / The Atlantic:
Impeachment Is Not the Answer. At Least Not Yet.
Discussion: Raw Story and Hullabaloo
Robert Barnes / Washington Post:
Supreme Court to decide if anti-discrimination employment laws protect on basis of sexual orientation and gender identity  —  The Supreme Court on Monday added what could be landmark issues to its docket for next term: whether federal anti-discrimination laws protect on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Discussion: Althouse
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Mark Sherman / Associated Press:
Supreme Court to take up LGBT job discrimination cases
Discussion: Power Line and Axios
Josh Gerstein / Politico:
Supreme Court to take up cases on gay and transgender rights in the workplace
Discussion: SCOTUSblog, Raw Story and Daily Kos
Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
Trump wins over big donors who snubbed him in 2016  —  Deep-pocketed Republicans who snubbed Donald Trump in 2016 are going all in for him in 2020, throwing their weight behind a newly created fundraising drive that's expected to dump tens of millions into his reelection coffers.
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Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: How to think about the Democrats' impeachment dilemma
Matt Stevens / New York Times:
Seth Moulton, Massachusetts Congressman, Is Running for President  —  Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, a third-term congressman who has pushed for a “new generation of leadership” in Washington, declared his candidacy for president on Monday, becoming the 19th candidate to enter the Democratic primary field.
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Alex Seitz-Wald / NBC News:
Rep. Seth Moulton is latest Democrat to enter 2020 field
Stephanie Murray / Politico:
Seth Moulton announces 2020 bid
Discussion: Axios, The Week and CNN
The Daily Beast:
Trump Calls Bernie Sanders Crazy, Praises Him in Private  —  The president tells confidants that the Vermont independent is a smart pol, with a formidable base and fundraising acumen.  But he still thinks he'll beat him.  —  To his rally-goers, Donald Trump openly craves a 2020 showdown …
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New York Times:
To Defend Against a Mercurial Boss, Trump Aides Wield the Pen as Shield  —  WASHINGTON — President Trump glanced around the room and noticed Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, then his national security adviser, with his head bent over a notebook, scribbling something down.
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NBC News:
The Mueller report makes a damning case about Trump's dishonesty
Seth Masket / FiveThirtyEight:
We Asked Democratic Activists Who They're Backing — And Who They'd Hate To See Win  —  We're still months away from the first nominating contest in Iowa, but I'm still regularly checking in with early-state Democratic Party activists to see what the party's most engaged members think about the pre-primary race so far.
Discussion: The Daily Caller
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Associated Press:   Buttigieg scrambles to turn 2020 buzz into momentum
Victor Davis Hanson / American Greatness:
Russian 'Collusion's' Greatest Hits  —  From late 2015 until April 2019, the media, the Left, and the Obama administrative state hierarchy warned us nonstop that candidate, president-elect, and inaugurated President Trump “colluded” with Russia to defeat Hillary Clinton, to assemble a suspect cabinet …
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Byron York / Washington Examiner:
For some Dems, breaking up with dossier is hard to do
Steve Lopez / Los Angeles Times:
He got into a great college the old-fashioned way.  He dreamed big, worked hard  —  Eva Vazquez was at a bus stop on Wilshire Boulevard, on the way to work as a cashier at a discount store near MacArthur Park, when her phone rang.  —  “I knew it was probably him,” she said.  —  It was Thursday, March 28.
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Trump plausibly committed impeachable offenses.  A leading expert explains how.  —  After botching their initial response to the Mueller report, top Democrats are now seriously engaging the debate over whether the shocking scale of corruption, wrongdoing, contempt for our democracy …
Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
Impeach Donald Trump?  —  Obstruction of justice is a crime.  The decision is clear.  —  The Mueller report has been released, with redactions of course, and it is a damning document.  Not only does it detail Russian efforts to attack our election to help the Trump campaign …
 
 
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Anya Kamenetz / NPR:
Most Teachers Don't Teach Climate Change; 4 In 5 Parents Wish They Did
Eric Geller / Politico:
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Discussion: Raw Story
Sacha Pfeiffer / NPR:
Inside The Mueller Report, This Man Saw A Photo Of His Dad Being Used By Russians
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Washington Post:
New research shows just how badly a citizenship question would hurt the 2020 Census
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
Reagan's Supply-Side Warriors Blaze a Comeback Under Trump
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