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11:20 AM ET, June 27, 2019

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Washington Post:
Who talked most during the first night of the Democratic debate  —  Ten Democratic primary candidates faced off tonight in the first night of the first 2020 presidential debate.  The Washington Post tracked the amount of time each candidate spoke.  —  Sen. Cory Booker (N.J.) …
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Matt Wilstein / The Daily Beast:
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Mocks Beto and Booker's ‘Humorous’ Spanish Skills at Democratic Debate  —  The progressive congresswoman highlighted Elizabeth Warren and Julian Castro as stand-out candidates during a post-debate appearance on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.’
Jeff Greenfield / Politico:
The Landmine that Just Got Laid for Elizabeth Warren  —  On several occasions in Wednesday night's Democratic debate, the NBC moderators invited candidates to take a shot at Senator Elizabeth Warren, and neither of her fellow senators, Amy Klobuchar or Cory Booker, took the bait.
Discussion: Outside the Beltway and Vox
Matthew Yglesias / Vox:
Elizabeth Warren proved she's ready for the big show  —  She commanded on her issue but more importantly showed the political savvy Democrats have wondered about.  —  Elizabeth Warren not only served as the literally and metaphorically central figure of the opening Democratic debate …
Ezra Klein / Vox:
Democrats need a better answer to the Mitch McConnell question  —  The debate Democrats need to have: How do you win back the Senate?  —  The question that mattered most at the Democrats' first presidential primary debate was the question that none of the assembled candidates had a good answer for …
Jonathan Allen / NBC News:
The winner of the first Democratic debate: Donald Trump  —  Analysis: The Republican commander in chief emerged from the scrap largely unscathed, while several of his would-be rivals took aim at each other instead.  —  MIAMI — President Donald Trump was the big winner of the first 2020 Democratic debate.
Discussion: Daily Mail and The Gateway Pundit
TIME:
The First Debate Showed How Far to the Left Democrats Have Moved
Discussion: Washington Post and Daily Wire
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:   Elizabeth Warren Takes a Huge Risk by Calling to End Private Health Insurance
Jim Geraghty / National Review:
Booker and Castro Thrive, Warren Coasts, and Beto Crashes
Discussion: Washington Post and Althouse
Alex Thompson / Politico:
Most of the 2020 Democratic candidates are already doomed
Discussion: Washington Post
Russell Berman / The Atlantic:   Bill de Blasio Tries to Rock the Democratic Boat
David Harsanyi / The Federalist:
First Debate Proved The Democratic Party Has Gone ¡Loco!
Discussion: TheBlaze
Ursula Perano / Axios:
Democrats team up on Beto
Discussion: Politico, Breitbart and Fox News
Nick Givas / Fox News:
Trump renders verdict on Democratic debate: ‘BORING!’
Discussion: Breitbart and Politico
Dylan Scott / Vox:
Why only 2 of 10 Democrats raised their hands to say they'd abolish private insurance
Zachary Basu / Axios:
Jay Inslee says Donald Trump is the biggest national security threat facing the U.S.
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New York Times:
Corroborating E. Jean Carroll … The writer E. Jean Carroll came forward last week with explosive accusations that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990s.  Today, the two women who corroborated her account go on the record for the first time with our colleague.  —  On today's episode:
Discussion: Slate, Splinter and twitchy.com
Maryclaire Dale / Associated Press:   Latest sex accusation against Trump lands with a thud
Charles M. Blow / New York Times:
Is Trump a Rapist?  —  America needs to give these women …
Discussion: The Hill
Politico:
Trump ready for tariff truce with China  —  This story is being published as part of a content partnership with the South China Morning Post.  It originally appeared on scmp.com on June 26, 2019.  —  The U.S. and China have tentatively agreed to another truce in their trade war in order …
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Martin Crutsinger / Associated Press:
US economy grew at solid 3.1% rate in first quarter
Discussion: Political Wire
Sam Baker / Axios:
Supreme Court says partisan gerrymandering “beyond the reach” of federal courts  —  In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court said that cases about partisan gerrymandering are “beyond the reach of the federal courts” — a blow to voting-rights activists and Democrats.
Discussion: Political Wire
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Politico:   Justices: Federal courts can't police partisan gerrymandering
Carol Robinson / al.com:
Woman indicted in shooting death of her unborn child; charges against shooter dismissed  —  A woman whose unborn baby was killed in a 2018 Pleasant Grove shooting has now been indicted in the death.  —  Marshae Jones, a 27-year-old Birmingham woman, was indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury on a manslaughter charge.
Matt Bruenig / People's Policy Project:
Low Income People Have More Student Debt Than Realized  —  Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders both unveiled student debt forgiveness plans recently.  This has prompted a good deal of think tank and media coverage trying to estimate the precise distributional impact of those plans.
Will Sommer / The Daily Beast:
Jacob Wohl Says He'll Enlist if Trump Attacks Iran  —  “If we go to war with Iran, I will enlist within 10 days,” Jacob Wohl said.  —  Energetic but ineffectual young conservative operative Jacob Wohl is all-in on the prospect of war with Iran.  Wohl is so into the idea …
Discussion: Splinter
Washington Post:
U.S. asylum officers say Trump's ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy is threatening migrants' lives, ask federal court to end it  —  Asylum officers urged a U.S. appeals court Wednesday to block the Trump administration from forcing migrants to remain in Mexico while they await their immigration court hearings in the United States.
Paul Joseph Watson / Summit News:
Photos Reveal AOC Was Crying Over an Empty Parking Lot  —  Newly uncovered photos from the border protest attended by a tearful Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez show that she was crying over an empty parking lot.  —  Many have accused the Congresswoman and her supporters of staging a photo-op after the images …
Conor Finnegan / ABC News:
Trump says what happens in Putin meeting is ‘none of your business’  —  Ahead of a planned meeting with Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Japan, President Donald Trump on Wednesday said what he talks about with the Russian president is “none of your business.”
Discussion: Mediaite
CNN:
Fact-checking the first night of the first Democratic presidential debate  —  (CNN)The first 2020 Democratic presidential debate kicked off in Miami with 10 candidates trying to stand out in a crowded field.  They took on taxes, equal pay, health insurance and immigration reform.  —  Here are the facts.
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA
Paul Bedard / Washington Examiner:
Barack's ICE chief: Cages were Obama's idea  —  Former President Barack Obama's top immigration chief in charge of removing illegal immigrants said that the “cages” Democrats have accused President Trump of housing children in were the brainchild of the Obama administration.
Discussion: Daily Wire and WND
Josh Rogin / Washington Post:
China's efforts to undermine democracy are expanding worldwide  —  The Chinese government claims a foreign policy of noninterference in other countries' internal affairs, but there's a growing mountain of evidence that's just not true.  In fact, the Chinese Communist Party has been rapidly expanding …
Wall Street Journal:
FCC Investigates Whether Sinclair Showed ‘Lack of Candor’ When Trying to Buy Tribune  —  Local TV station operator could be facing significant fines or even loss of broadcast licenses  —  The Federal Communications Commission is investigating whether Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. SBGI .79% misled …
Michael Laris / Washington Post:
Long before the Max disasters, Boeing had a history of failing to fix safety problems  —  Years before two Boeing 737 Max jets crashed in Indonesia and Ethiopia, U.S. regulators found a pattern of recurring safety problems with the manufacturing giant.  —  During a trip to Japan in 2015 …
 
 
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Dino Grandoni / Washington Post:
The Energy 202: Seven minutes were devoted to climate change in the first Democratic debate
Franco Ordoñez / NPR:
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Adam Edelman / NBC News:
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Discussion: Shakesville, Slate and CNBC
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Farewell to NPR's Peter Overby
Los Angeles Times:
Claiming to be Cherokee, contractors with white ancestry got $300 million
Sahil Chinoy / New York Times:
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Discussion: Mother Jones and Opinion Today