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3:05 AM ET, April 27, 2019

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Mark Maremont / Wall Street Journal:
NRA's Wayne LaPierre Says He Is Being Extorted, Pressured to Resign  —  Group's longtime leader says Oliver North, president of the NRA, wants him out  —  Longtime National Rifle Association leader Wayne LaPierre has told the group's board he is being extorted and pressured to resign …
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Danny Hakim / New York Times:
In N.R.A. Power Struggle, Insurgents Seek to Oust Wayne LaPierre  —  INDIANAPOLIS — Turmoil wracking the National Rifle Association is threatening to turn the group's annual convention into outright civil war, as insurgents maneuver to oust Wayne LaPierre, the foremost voice of the American gun rights movement.
The Daily Beast:
NRA Takes a Shot at Its Own President, Oliver North, in Court  —  The gun-rights group usually goes after enemies on the left.  Now the NRA's lawyers are zeroing in on one of their own: Ollie North.  —  The National Rifle Association took a shot at its own president just days before the kick-off of its huge national meeting.
Discussion: Raw Story and The Guardian
Josh Kovensky / Talking Points Memo:   NRA Chief Wayne LaPierre Claims NRA President Oliver North Is Extorting Him
Washington Post:
‘I can land the plane’: How Rosenstein tried to mollify Trump, protect Mueller and save his job  —  Rod J. Rosenstein, again, was in danger of losing his job.  The New York Times had just reported that — in the heated days after James B. Comey was fired as FBI director …
Mike Barber / Richmond Times-Dispatch:
UVA basketball team will decline to visit White House after winning championship  —  CHARLOTTESVILLE - After winning the national championship, the Virginia basketball team won't be following the tradition of visiting the White House.  —  “We have received inquiries about a visit to the White House …
Discussion: Raw Story and Townhall
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Christian Vasquez / Politico:
Virginia's NCAA-winning basketball team declines White House invitation  —  The University of Virginia's NCAA championship-winning men's basketball team has declined an invitation to visit the White House.  —  UVA's coach, Tony Bennett, tweeted that as a result of scheduling issues …
Annie Karni / New York Times:
To Trump, ‘Leakers Are Traitors and Cowards,’ and He Wants to Find Them
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA
New York Times:
Pete Buttigieg Swears Off the Lobbyist Money He Once Accepted  —  Pete Buttigieg, whose upstart presidential campaign has benefited from an early surge of donations and national attention, will no longer accept contributions from federal lobbyists, his campaign said Friday …
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Scott Bland / Politico:
Biden crushes it in first-day fundraising: $6.3 million  —  Joe Biden's campaign announced Friday that he raised $6.3 million on his first day as an announced candidate, placing him atop the crowded Democratic primary in terms of first-day fundraising totals and quelling doubts about his ability to raise enough money to compete.
The Hill:   Biden allies launch super PAC
Molly Nagle / ABC News:
Biden says he's ‘more cognizant’ of private space after allegations
The Daily Beast:
Fox News Reporter Rips Colleagues Over Charlottesville: You Sound Like ‘White Supremacist Chat Room’  —  In emails obtained by The Daily Beast, one bold Fox reporter stands up to two of his colleagues who defended Trump's ‘both sides’ comment about neo-Nazi rallygoers.
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James S. Robbins / USA Today:
Trump's Charlottesville comments twisted by Joe Biden and the media
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
In Trump's world, FBI agents are traitors and Robert E. Lee isn't
Discussion: Mother Jones and The Daily Dot
Gary Langer / ABC News:
31% believe Trump is exonerated after Mueller report, 56% oppose impeachment: Poll  —  Donald Trump's approval rating is essentially unchanged at a historically weak 39 percent after the release of the Mueller report, just three in 10 Americans accept the president's claim to have been exonerated …
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Washington Post:
A majority of Americans oppose impeachment. Most also say Trump lied to the public.
Washington Post:   Majority of Americans oppose impeaching Trump, though most say he lied to U.S. public
Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller:
Michael Isikoff: Media Should Have Had ‘More Skepticism’ About Steele Dossier  — Veteran reporter Michael Isikoff is acknowledging the press should have had “more skepticism” about the Steele dossier.  — Isikoff's remarks are notable because he is one of a small handful of reporters …
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Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller:
Trump Says He Will Declassify FBI's Russia Probe Documents, ‘And Much More’
Byron York / Washington Examiner:   When did Mueller know there was no collusion?
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
“I felt like it was a betrayal, and we had raised funds on false pretense”: The Correspondent's first U.S. employee speaks out  —  “They're really good at the PR thing, and it really feels like gaslighting.  They were like, ‘Well, we never promised a U.S. newsroom.’ I was like: Wait, did I just imagine all this?”
New York Times:
F.B.I. Warns of Russian Interference in 2020 Race and Boosts Counterintelligence Operations  —  WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. director warned anew on Friday about Russia's continued meddling in American elections, calling it a “significant counterintelligence threat.”
New York Times:
Donald Trump Shows a New Level of Contempt for Congress  —  Many presidents have resisted congressional demands for testimony and documents.  But not quite like Mr. Trump.  —  The editorial board represents the opinions of the board, its editor and the publisher.  It is separate from the newsroom and the Op-Ed section.
Discussion: Raw Story and Washington Post
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Jonathan Bernstein / Bloomberg:
Nixon Got Pushed Out by Republicans. Trump Might, Too.
Discussion: Raw Story
Christopher Ingraham / Washington Post:
Rich guys are most likely to have no idea what they're talking about, study suggests  —  Researchers attempt to measure how often people oversell themselves in society  —  Researchers embarked on a novel study intent on measuring what a Princeton philosophy professor contends …
Claire Cain Miller / New York Times:
Women Did Everything Right.  Then Work Got ‘Greedy.’  —  How America's obsession with long hours has widened the gender gap.  —  Daniela Jampel and Matthew Schneid met in college at Cornell, and both later earned law degrees.  They both got jobs at big law firms, the kind that reward people …
Discussion: The Daily Caller and The Atlantic
Kaylah Jackson / Connecting Vets:
First African American woman set to graduate from U.S. Army Ranger School  —  Sgt. 1st.  Class Janina Simmons completed U.S. Army Ranger School Friday, making her the first female, African American soldier to graduate from the course.  —  Simmons, 29, is based out of Fort Jackson …
Frances Robles / New York Times:
Russian Hackers Were ‘In a Position’ to Alter Florida Voter Rolls, Rubio Confirms  —  It was the day before the 2016 presidential election, and at the Volusia County elections office, near Florida's Space Coast, workers were so busy that they had fallen behind on their correspondence.
Discussion: Tampa Bay Times
David Smith / The Guardian:
Trump withdraws from UN arms treaty as NRA crowd cheers in delight  —  Donald Trump has announced that the US will withdraw its support for a United Nations treaty regulating the multibillion-dollar global arms trade.  —  Addressing the National Rifle Association (NRA) in Indianapolis …
Discussion: The White House
Donald G. McNeil Jr / New York Times:
Religious Objections to the Measles Vaccine?  Get the Shots, Faith Leaders Say  —  Devout parents who are worried about vaccines often object to ingredients from pigs or fetuses.  But the leaders of major faiths have examined these fears and still vigorously endorse vaccination.
Discussion: The Atlantic and Denver Post
Mike Konczal / The Nation:
Want to Expand Medicare?  Then Answer the $5 Trillion Questions.  —  If you think the fight with insurance companies is tough, just wait until single-payer advocates have to go head-to-head with doctors.  —  The debate over expanding Medicare is at the center of the fight for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Dan Margolies / NPR:
Kansas Supreme Court Rules State Constitution Protects Right To Abortion  —  Updated at 11 a.m. ET  —  The Kansas Constitution protects a woman's right to an abortion, the state's Supreme Court ruled Friday.  —  The landmark ruling now stands as the law of the land in Kansas with no path for an appeal.
 
 
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ProPublica:
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Axios:
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Discussion: The Root, HuffPost and IJR
Charlie Cooper / Politico:
Corbyn snubs Trump dinner at Buckingham Palace
Washington Post:
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