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10:35 AM ET, April 29, 2019

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Gabriel Debenedetti / New York Magazine:
Wall Street Democrats Are Absolutely Freaking Out About Their 2020 Candidates  —  One night in early April, roughly 20 of the Democratic Party's highest-profile donors from the financial industry sat down over dinner to discuss how exactly they were feeling about the 2020 presidential race.
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Christopher Cadelago / Politico:
Democrats dismiss Biden as front-runner in name only  —  In another election, at another time, the late entrance of a well-funded candidate leading in the polls might send convulsions through the primary field.  —  But Joe Biden's arrival into the 2020 race has not had that effect.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and NBC News
Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
The Fickle Over the Faithful  —  Loyal supporters of the Democratic Party deserve answers.
Discussion: National Review
Jazz Shaw / Hot Air:
That Time Joe Biden Voted To Restore Robert E. Lee's Citizenship
Rick Klein / ABC News:
The Note: Democrats' path to 2020 victory paved with questions
Discussion: Washington Post
Gabriela Resto-Montero / Vox:
Joe Biden wins some early Congressional support, but former colleagues see challenges ahead
Rachel Stoltzfoos / The Daily Caller:
Combat Vet Who Stopped The Synagogue Shooter: ‘I Scared The Hell Out Of Him’  —  The man who fired a semi-automatic weapon inside the Chabad of Poway synagogue in San Diego on Saturday froze, dropped his gun and sprinted to his car when he saw Oscar Stewart come barreling toward him …
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Debra Kamin / The Times of Israel:
Poway Chabad rabbi had asked border patrol agent to pray armed - just in case  —  Agent Jonathan Morales had been driving 3.5 hours to attend services after recently discovering his Jewish roots  —  POWAY, California — Jonathan Morales, an armed off-duty US Customs and Border Patrol agent …
Jeffrey Toobin / New Yorker:
Michael Cohen's Last Days of Freedom  —  These days, the President's former lawyer, and the fall guy in his web of misconduct, looks like a victim as well as a perpetrator.  —  It takes some time for Michael Cohen to work his way to a table at the grillroom of the Loews Regency Hotel, on Park Avenue.
Washington Post:
President Trump has made more than 10,000 false or misleading claims  —  It took President Trump 601 days to top 5,000 false and misleading claims in The Fact Checker's database, an average of eight claims a day.  —  But on April 26, just 226 days later, the president crossed the 10,000 mark …
Garrett Haake / NBC News:
Beto O'Rourke releases $5 trillion plan to combat climate crisis  —  The Democratic presidential candidate Monday released his first major policy proposal of the campaign, a four-pillar plan to battle climate change.  —  MODESTO, Calif. — Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke …
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Beto For America:
Climate Change  —  A FOUR-PART FRAMEWORK TO MOBILIZE A HISTORIC $5 TRILLION OVER TEN YEARS, REQUIRE NET-ZERO EMISSIONS BY 2050, AND ADDRESS THE GREATEST THREAT WE FACE  —  Climate change is the greatest threat we face — one which will test our country, our democracy, and every single one of us.
Discussion: Axios
Julie Pace / Associated Press:
New group launches to harness political power of women  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — Three of the nation's most influential activists are launching an organization that aims to harness the political power of women to influence elections and shape local and national policy priorities.
Discussion: Axios
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Jacqueline Alemany / Washington Post:
Power Up: Trump's handling of illegal immigration is a weakness headed into 2020
Karen Tumulty / Washington Post:
Here's what's next for Cecile Richards
Discussion: WTOP
David Freedlander / Politico:
‘I Want Him on Everything’: Meet the Woman Behind the Buttigieg Media Frenzy  —  If you read through the many, many profiles written of presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg in the past several months, it's hard not to notice just how many reporters happen to have had intimate personal encounters …
Discussion: The Guardian
Ryan Goodman / Just Security:
Guide to the Mueller Report's Findings on “Collusion”  —  Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report focuses only on whether crimes were committed.  It addresses two Russian conspiracies to interfere in the 2016 election—one involving a social media influence campaign and the other involving …
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Benjamin Wittes / The Atlantic:
The Five Most Important Takeaways From the Mueller Report
Discussion: Washington Post and Raw Story
Charles Sykes / The Bulwark:
The NRA Civil War: Pitting Grifter Against Grifter  —  Everything you need to know about the implosion of the NRA.  —  Even though the adage has been nearly worn out in the Age of Trump, it is probably obligatory to once again quote Eric Hoffer's observation that “Every great cause begins as a movement …
Stef W. Kight / Axios:
America's majority minority future  —  By 2045, the U.S. as a whole is projected to become majority minority.  And the changes are already underway: non-white Americans are now the majority of the population in four states, as well as in the most prosperous and powerful U.S. cities.
Discussion: Political Wire
David M. Drucker / Washington Examiner:
Trump campaign moving early to keep Arizona from switching to blue in 2020  —  The Republican Party is moving early to build a political firewall around Arizona's critical Electoral College votes, a recognition that the perennial red state is threatening to turn against President Trump in 2020.
Isaac Stanley-Becker / Washington Post:
‘I am proud to be a gay son of God’: Mormon valedictorian comes out in graduation speech  —  The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints considers same-sex marriage to be a “serious transgression” — and, until this spring, treated Mormons involved in these unions as apostates …
Matt Bruenig / New York Times:
Universal Health Care Might Cost You Less Than You Think  —  We don't think of the premiums we already pay as taxes, but maybe we should.  —  Matt Bruenig is the founder of People's Policy Project.  —  As the national debate about health care kicks off ahead of the 2020 presidential election …
George Skelton / Los Angeles Times:
Kamala Harris can't afford to be cagey about where she stands on the issues … Clarity, courage and candor.  That's what voters want from political candidates.  Not circular claptrap.  —  That's especially true of candidates running in a crowded field of 20 for the Democratic nomination to take on President Trump next year.
Associated Press:
The Men Who'll Ask First Iran-Contra Questions Aren't Members of Congress  —  WASHINGTON (AP) _ Neither Arthur L. Liman nor John W. Nields Jr. is a familiar name yet, but in the tradition of Senate Watergate counsel Sam Dash, both may become media stars.  —  Liman, hired by the Senate …
Bret Stephens / New York Times:
A Despicable Cartoon in The Times  —  The paper of record needs to reflect deeply on how it came to publish anti-Semitic propaganda.  —  As prejudices go, anti-Semitism can sometimes be hard to pin down, but on Thursday the opinion pages of The New York Times international edition provided a textbook illustration of it.
Natasha Bertrand / Politico:
How Kushner sought advice from a ‘pro-Kremlin’ Russian  —  Jared Kushner needed help.  —  It was March 2016 and Kushner's father-in-law, Donald Trump, was steamrolling to the Republican presidential nomination.  But the businessman-candidate was taking heat for his campaign's lack …
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA and Raw Story
Washington Post:
Betsy DeVos emerges a Trump Cabinet survivor  —  In a presidential Cabinet that resembles a season of “Survivor” more than “The West Wing,” an unlikely contestant is still standing after more than two years.  —  Education Secretary Betsy DeVos remains so disliked in certain circles that her very name is a punchline.
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and Raw Story
Andy Pasztor / Wall Street Journal:
Boeing Didn't Advise Airlines, FAA That It Shut Off Warning System  —  Accident investigators have linked bad data the system is designed to detect to the deadly Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air crashes  —  Boeing Co. didn't tell Southwest Airlines Co. and other carriers when they began flying …
Discussion: Talking Points Memo and Fortune
Dexter Filkins / New Yorker:
John Bolton on the Warpath  —  Can Trump's national-security adviser sell the isolationist President on military force?  —  Earlier this year, as Donald Trump prepared to meet the North Korean Supreme Leader, Kim Jong Un, in Vietnam, he took a moment in the State of the Union address …
Chuck Grassley / Wall Street Journal:
Trump's Tariffs End or His Trade Deal Dies  —  Congress won't approve USMCA while constituents pay the price for Mexican and Canadian retaliation.  —  Donald Trump bucked decades of Republican orthodoxy by railing against free-trade agreements.  To say I was skeptical of his plans to rip …
Discussion: Washington Times
 
 
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Maggie Astor / New York Times:
Newtown Wasn't an End for Gun Control. It Was a Beginning.
Washington Post:
As Trump stands by Charlottesville remarks, rise of white-nationalist violence becomes an issue …
Discussion: Hullabaloo and YouTube
Lauren Egan / NBC News:
Can a woman beat Trump? Some Democrats wonder if it's worth the risk
Discussion: CNBC and Althouse
Politico:
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Gary Langer / ABC News:
As in 2018, health care ranks among Trump's 2020 challenges (POLL)
Discussion: Political Wire
Maggie Severns / Politico:
Top Dem strategists launch secret-money group to rebrand party
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Hannah Beech / New York Times:
Sri Lanka Attacks: Hometown of Accused Mastermind Was Fertile Ground for Extremism
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Sharyn Alfonsi / CBS News:
Migrant families and nowhere to put them: How the acting DHS chief plans to handle the southern border
Discussion: Splinter and Axios
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Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Journalists can't ignore hacked data meant to disrupt elections. But here's what they can do.
Jonathan Swan / Axios:
Scoop: Trump's $2 trillion spending dream
Discussion: Raw Story
Washington Post:
Attorney general may withdraw from Mueller report hearing over terms of his testimony, House Democrats say
Chris Cameron / New York Times:
Trump Repeats a False Claim That Doctors ‘Execute’ Newborns
Washington Post:
Richard Lugar, six-term senator and leading voice on foreign policy, dies at 87