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Washington Post:
Netanyahu considers blocking Omar, Tlaib from entering Israel ahead of a planned weekend visit  —  Democrats in Congress are quietly bracing for a new public fight with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after his government informed congressional leaders on Wednesday that it would formally announce …
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Amir Tibon / Haaretz:
‘They Hate Israel and All Jews’: Trump Says Israel Would Be Weak to Let in Omar, Tlaib  —  Barring Congresswoman would greatly damage Israel's relations with Democratic party, Israeli diplomats warn  —  WASHINGTON — Several Israeli diplomats warned on Thursday that significant damage …
Isabel Kershner / New York Times:
Israel Weighs Blocking Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from West Bank Visit  —  JERUSALEM — Israel is weighing whether to deny entry to two United States congresswomen, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, for a planned visit to the West Bank, Israeli officials said on Thursday.
Herb Keinon / Jerusalem Post:   Final decision? Latest report indicates Israel will bar Tlaib and Omar
Ilan Ben Zion / Associated Press:   Israel considers banning entry to outspoken US congresswomen
CNN:   Israel considers barring Democratic congresswomen from visiting
Jonathan Martin / New York Times:
Many Democrats Love Elizabeth Warren.  They Also Worry About Her.  —  COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa — Senator Elizabeth Warren has built the most formidable campaign organization of any Democratic presidential candidate in the first nominating states, raised an impressive $25 million without holding …
Discussion: Political Wire
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Walter Shapiro / New Republic:
Arguing the World  —  Over the past four decades, the American political landscape has been littered with the wreckage of booster rockets from eagerly anticipated presidential campaigns that failed to successfully take off.  —  Begin with John Glenn, whom I profiled on the cover of Newsweek …
Discussion: Washington Post
Amie Parnes / The Hill:
Biden allies float scaling back events to limit gaffes  —  Allies to Joe Biden have been floating the idea of altering the former vice president's schedule in an effort to reduce the gaffes he has made in recent days.  —  The allies, growing increasingly nervous about Biden's verbal flubs …
Discussion: Political Wire
Li Zhou / Vox:
Women candidates are constantly asked about their electability.  Here are 5 reasons that's misguided.
Discussion: Politico and Washington Post
Washington Post:
Autopsy finds broken bones in Jeffrey Epstein's neck, deepening questions around his death  —  An autopsy found that financier Jeffrey Epstein sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones, according to two people familiar with the findings, deepening the mystery about the circumstances around his death.
M.L. Nestel / New York Magazine:
Jeffrey Epstein's Bodyguard on His Former Boss's Lifestyle, Cruelty, Suicide  —  When Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to soliciting an underage girl for prostitution in 2008 and served a 13-month sentence under the cushiest of conditions, it was his bodyguard and driver, former UFC fighter Igor Zinoviev …
Wall Street Journal:
The Navarro Recession, II  —  Evidence of a tariff-inspired slowdown spooks the markets.  —  By The Editorial Board  —  After we warned last week that U.S. trade policy was courting recession, White House aide Peter Navarro took to Fox Business to denounce us for sounding like The People's Daily …
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Heather Long / Washington Post:
9 key countries are on the verge of recession, driving fears the U.S. could follow  —  Nine major economies around the world are in recession or on the verge of one, raising fears that a global economic slowdown could help tip the United States into an economic contraction as well.
Discussion: Rolling Stone and The Mahablog
Jordan Weissmann / Slate:
Someone Should Probably Step In and Stop the Economy From Tumbling Into a Recession
Discussion: Above the Law and Bloomberg
Inquirer.com:
In N. Philly gun standoff, alleged cop shooter Maurice Hill has a long criminal history  —  Police sources identified the gunman in a standoff at a Tioga apartment building that left six police officers injured as Maurice Hill, 36, a Philadelphia man with a lengthy history of gun convictions …
Alexander Burns / New York Times:
Beto O'Rourke's New Approach to 2020: ‘Taking the Fight to Donald Trump’  —  After the shooting in El Paso, Mr. O'Rourke decided to abandon his focus on early primary states and more directly confront the president over immigration and gun control.  —  Beto O'Rourke plans to present himself …
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Rick Klein / ABC News:
The Note: Beto seeks El Paso reboot
Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
‘Corey is a political hack’: Lewandowski Senate bid hits backlash in N.H.  —  President Donald Trump's Thursday evening rally in Manchester, N.H., is ostensibly about ginning up support for his reelection campaign.  —  But the state's establishment GOP class is worried he'll use the event …
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Quint Forgey / Politico:
Trump touts potential Lewandowski Senate bid ahead of New Hampshire rally
Hunter Woodall / Associated Press:
Trump's New Hampshire struggle: Voters feeling ‘Trumpgret’  —  MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — When Chad Johansen voted for Donald Trump in 2016, he hoped he was picking someone who could help small-business owners compete with bigger companies.  But that hasn't happened, and now the 26-year-old owner …
CNN:
Marianne Williamson promoted anti-vaxxer theories on her radio show in 2012 episode  —  Washington (CNN)Democratic presidential candidate and author Marianne Williamson once gave a platform to the unfounded theory that vaccines are linked to autism and called on her audience to “be awake” …
Discussion: Political Wire
Robert Moran / Inquirer.com:
Multiple Philly police officers wounded in active shootout near Temple University's health campus  —  At least five police officers were shot in a confrontation with possibly two gunmen Wednesday afternoon in the Tioga section of North Philadelphia.  —  Police Commissioner Richard Ross …
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Daily Mail:
EXCLUSIVE: Jeffrey Epstein had a painting of Bill Clinton wearing a blue DRESS and red heels and lounging in the Oval Office inside his Manhattan mansion - visitor reveals bizarre image inside pedophile's $56m lair  — Jeffrey Epstein had a painting of Bill Clinton wearing a blue dress and red heels hanging inside his Manhattan home
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New York Post:
Epstein had bizarre painting of Bill Clinton in dress, heels in townhouse
Dana Blanton / Fox News:
Fox News Poll: Most back gun restrictions after shootings, Trump ratings down  —  In the wake of two mass shootings, overwhelming and bipartisan majorities of voters favor background checks on gun buyers and taking guns from people who are a danger to themselves or others, according to the latest Fox News Poll.
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Rachel Frazin / The Hill:
Fox News poll: Trump disapproval rises to near record
Discussion: The Week
Jonathan Swan / Axios:
Allies worry Trump is “running out of tools” to boost the economy  —  With #TrumpRecession trending on Twitter, a source close to President Trump told Axios, “I'm very worried about the latest economic data.  A lot of us are concerned.  Without the narrative on the economy, he can't win.”
Discussion: Splinter
Joe Mcdonald / Associated Press:
China threatens retaliation if US tariff hikes go ahead  —  BEIJING (AP) — China on Thursday threatened retaliation if Washington steps up their war over trade and technology by going ahead with planned Sept. 1 tariff hikes on additional Chinese imports.  —  Beijing will take unspecified …
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Ben White / Politico:
Trump resists aides' pressure to back Hong Kong protesters
Alexi McCammond / Axios:
John Hickenlooper is dropping out of the presidential race  —  Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) is dropping out of the presidential race, according to a source close to the campaign.  —  Why it matters: Hickenlooper has been facing pressure from other Democrats, including Sen. Chuck Schumer …
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Kendall Taggart / BuzzFeed News:
Insurance Companies Are Paying Cops To Investigate Their Own Customers  —  When police showed up at Harry Schmidt's home on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, he thought they were there to help.  He was still mourning the disappearance of the beloved forest green Ford F-15 pickup that he'd customized …
Tim Elfrink / Washington Post:
A truck drove into ICE protesters outside a private prison.  They say a guard was at the wheel.  —  The protesters were sitting on the pavement to block staff from parking at a Rhode Island prison that works with Immigration and Customs Enforcement when a black pickup truck swerved toward them.
Jimmie E. Gates / The Clarion Ledger:
More than 200 applied for chicken plant jobs at job fair after MS ICE raids  —  A state official said Wednesday that more than 200 people applied for jobs at a chicken processing plant in Morton during a job fair held Monday.  —  Koch Foods, one of four companies with plants in six small Mississippi towns …
Bobby Allyn / NPR:
His Only Relative Died In El Paso.  Now, Her Funeral May Draw Hundreds Of Strangers  —  Antonio Basco's wife of 22 years was killed in the mass shooting at an El Paso, Texas, Walmart this month, and her passing means that Basco has no relatives left.  —  Basco, who runs a mobile car wash business …
The Writer in Black:
“How do you propose to end mass shootings then?”  —  I get that question whenever I object to more “gun control” as a response to the latest tragedy.  I have long held, and continue to hold, the position that more restrictions on law-abiding gun owners is not the answer to mass murder.  It doesn't work.
Colin Moynihan / New York Times:
Far-Right Proud Boys' Founder Called ‘Hatemonger’  —  Gavin McInnes is not on trial over a brawl at a Republican club in Manhattan.  But prosecutors keep returning to him.  —  Soon after a member of the far-right Proud Boys, who is accused of attacking left-wing protesters last October …
 
 
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IRS analyst pleads guilty to leaking Michael Cohen's financial records
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Daniel Horowitz / Conservative Review:
The Statue of Liberty poem means the exact opposite of what immigrant welfare advocates think
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