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6:10 AM ET, June 18, 2019


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New York Times:
Paul Manafort Seemed Headed to Rikers.  Then the Justice Department Intervened.  —  The decision came after Attorney General William Barr's top deputy sent a letter to state prosecutors.  Mr. Manafort will now be held in a federal lockup while he faces state charges.
Washington Post:
Trump vows mass immigration arrests, removals of ‘millions of illegal aliens’ starting next week  —  President Trump said in a tweet Monday night that U.S. immigration agents are planning to make mass arrests starting “next week,” an apparent reference to a plan in preparation for months …
Daniel Tepfer / Connecticut Post:
Lawyers: Alex Jones sent child porn to Sandy Hook families  —  BRIDGEPORT - Conspiracy theorist and InfoWars host Alex Jones sent child pornography to the lawyers for the families of the Sandy Hook tragedy, their lawyers said.  —  The law firm representing the families of the 2012 mass shooting …
Associated Press:   Alex Jones sent Sandy Hook victims files with child sex abuse images, say lawyers
Sara Coello / Dallas Morning News:
Gunman shot dead after opening fire on federal courthouse in downtown Dallas  —  This is a breaking news story and it is constantly being updated.  —  A man in a mask, combat gear and glasses who opened fire Monday morning at the Earle Cabell federal courthouse in downtown Dallas was shot …
Sharon Grigsby / Dallas Morning News:
Photographer Tom Fox on encounter with Dallas gunman: 'He's going to look at me around that corner' and shoot  —  Veteran Dallas Morning News photojournalist Tom Fox said he thought he “was gone” when he hid in an alcove from a heavily armed masked man at the downtown federal courts building Monday morning.
Discussion: NPR and New York Post
The Daily Beast:
Dallas Federal Building Shooter Posted Far-Right Memes About Nazis and Confederacy  —  Brian Clyde, 22, showed off guns and racist imagery on Facebook before attacking a federal building in Texas.  —  A Texas man accused of opening fire outside a Dallas courthouse uploaded right-wing memes to Facebook …
Discussion: Fox News and Talking Points Memo
Jessica McBride /
Brian Clyde: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know  —  Brian Clyde, a 22-year-old Texas man who posted about guns and ammunition on Facebook, was named as the Dallas active shooting suspect who was shot and killed by officers with the Federal Protective Service after he opened fire outside the downtown courthouse.
Discussion: CBS Dallas, KFOR-TV and
David Brooks / New York Times:
Harvard's False Path to Wisdom  —  Sometimes sin is an opportunity for redemption.  —  Over the past year and a half, the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., have handled themselves with a fervor and commitment that has, most of the time, inspired the nation.
Ben Shapiro / Daily Wire:
Harvard Rescinds Admission To Conservative Kyle Kashuv Over Private Racist Remarks He Wrote At 16 …
David French / National Review:   Harvard Demonstrates Once Again That Post-Christian America Is Post-Forgiveness America
Shlomo Shamir / Jerusalem Post:
U.N. officials: U.S. planning a ‘tactical assault’ in Iran  —  The military action under consideration would be an aerial bombardment of an Iranian facility linked to its nuclear program, the officials further claimed.  —  Is the US going to attack Iran soon?
Michael Crowley / New York Times:
The Iran Crisis, Explained
Foreign Policy:   New Centcom Chief Walks Tightrope on Iran
Gregg Re / Fox News:
Clarence Thomas calls for abandoning ‘demonstrably erroneous’ precedent, touching off Roe v. Wade speculation  —  In a concurring opinion in a Supreme Court case announced Monday, Justice Clarence Thomas issued a lengthy call for his colleagues to overturn “demonstrably erroneous decisions” …
Richard Wolf / USA Today:
Supreme Court upholds ‘double jeopardy’ standard that could blunt impact of potential Trump pardons
Discussion: CNN
Jacqueline Thomsen / The Hill:
Supreme Court hands Virginia Democrats a win in gerrymandering case
Hunter Walker / Yahoo News:
Shanahan's confirmation hearing for defense secretary delayed amid FBI investigation  —  WASHINGTON—As the United States faces the longest period in its history without a confirmed secretary of defense, and tensions build over American allegations that Iran is responsible for recent attacks …
Stef W. Kight / Axios:
U.S. to permanently end foreign aid for Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador  —  The State Department announced Monday afternoon that it is cutting off any further aid to Guatemala, Honduras or El Salvador until the countries take “concrete actions to reduce the number of illegal migrants coming to the U.S. border.”
Murkowski joins McConnell's opposition to election security proposals, setting up clash with House  —  (CNN)Senate GOP resistance is building over Democratic measures to bolster security around US elections, setting the stage for a partisan clash with the House over imposing tougher safeguards ahead of 2020.
Discussion: Splinter
New York Times:
Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's First Democratically Elected President, Dies  —  KHARTOUM, Sudan — Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, collapsed and died while on trial in a Cairo courtroom on Monday, six years after the military ousted him in tumultuous circumstances that pushed Egypt back to autocratic rule.
Samy Magdy / Associated Press:   Egypt's ousted president Morsi dies in court during trial
Chris Cillizza / CNN:
Joe Biden is talking *really* big about the 2020 map  —  Washington (CNN)Joe Biden isn't the Democratic presidential nominee just yet, but that fact didn't stop him from making a very bold prediction on Monday.  —  “If I'm your nominee, I'm winning Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina …
Discussion: Progress Pond
Thomas Kaplan / New York Times:
At Poverty Forum, Joe Biden Says He Can Win in the South
Discussion: The Guardian and Splinter
New York Times:
Some Students Get Extra Time for New York's Elite High School Entrance Exam.  42% Are White.  —  Every fall, tens of thousands of New York City students sit for a high-pressure exam that determines their admission into the city's most selective public high schools.
Jenna Johnson / Washington Post:
Sen. Klobuchar adds a ‘first 100 days’ list to the pile of presidential candidate plans  —  As other presidential candidates continue to release dozens of policy papers on a variety of topics, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) took a different approach and compiled a list of everything she would do during her first 100 days in office.
Discussion: Politico
Fox News:
State Department identifies 23 violations, ‘multiple security incidents’ concerning Clinton emails  —  The State Department revealed Monday that it has identified “multiple security incidents” involving current or former employees' handling of Hillary Clinton's emails, and that 23 “violations” …
Patrick Temple-West / Politico:
Facebook's digital currency could trigger new D.C. battles  —  Facebook's impending move to offer a digital currency will create a new regulatory minefield for a company whose privacy practices have already provoked attacks from lawmakers in the U.S. and Europe.
Discussion: Mother Jones
Tony Romm / Washington Post:
Robocalls are overwhelming hospitals and patients, threatening a new kind of health crisis  —  In the heart of Boston, Tufts Medical Center treats scores of health conditions, administering measles vaccines for children, as well as pioneering next-generation tools that can eradicate the rarest of cancers.
Lauren Gardner / Politico:
Trump's U.N. nominee was ‘absent’ ambassador  —  President Donald Trump's nominee to be ambassador to the United Nations — current U.S. Ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft — was frequently absent from her post in Ottawa, raising questions about her level of engagement with the job, according to officials in the United States and Canada.
Phillip Lamarr Cunningham / Washington Post:
Twenty-five years ago, O.J. Simpson showed white Americans just how conditional their comfort with black athletes was  —  The infamous Bronco chase came at a watershed moment for African Americans in professional sports.  —  O.J. Simpson is back in the news, joining Twitter and promising …
Steve Benen / MSNBC:
Mitch McConnell's curious definition of ‘full-bore socialism’  —  In March, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) condemned the House Democrats' voting-rights legislation - the “For the People Act” (H.R. 1) - as a “half-baked socialist proposal.”  That didn't make any sense …
Raheem Kassam / Human Events:
Democracy Dies with Chinese Propaganda.  —  It's distressing to see The [Washington] Post become a channel for state propaganda from the People's Republic of China.  Yet that's what's happening with the lengthy advertorials from the China Daily that are distributed with your newspaper.
Discussion: Townhall, and Quartz
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Discussion: WKBW-TV and Axios
New York Times:
Democrat in Competitive California District Joins Call for Impeachment Inquiry
Discussion: The Bulwark, CNN and emptywheel
Toluse Olorunnipa / Washington Post:
Facing negative polls and internal tensions, Trump plans to launch reelection bid with Orlando rally
Nick Miroff / Washington Post:
Arrests along Mexico border are falling, preliminary figures show
Discussion: The Daily Caller and UPI
Paige Williams / New Yorker:
Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders the Future of the Republican Party?
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Tom Dreisbach / NPR:
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Mike DeBonis / Washington Post:
'It doesn't break through': Democrats worry about grip on House as Trump overshadows agenda
Discussion: Splinter
Aaron Blake / Washington Post:
How dare you ask Mike Pompeo that question?
Discussion: Rolling Stone
Andrew Desiderio / Politico:
The House committee quietly racking up oversight wins against Trump
Discussion: Daily Kos
Daniel Dahm / WKMG:
President Trump supporters line up 40 hours before Orlando rally