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7:45 PM ET, April 10, 2020

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David Karpf / Wired:
Biden's Path to Victory Does Not Bode Well for Voters  —  Like Trump in '16, he coasted on free media coverage.  If that's the future of campaigning, America's in trouble.  —  There's an interesting parallel between Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 Democratic primary and Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 Republican primary.
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Steven Nelson / New York Post:
Democrats want to drop Joe Biden for Andrew Cuomo, poll finds  —  A majority of Democrats want to nominate New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo for president instead of Joe Biden, according to poll results shared exclusively with The Post.  —  The national poll found 56 percent of Democrats prefer Cuomo …
Ryan Grim / The Intercept:
Mike Bloomberg's Firm That Ran His Presidential Campaign Is Bidding to Take Over Joe Biden's  —  The Bloomberg-owned firm Hawkfish, which ran the presidential campaign of Mike Bloomberg, is in serious talks to serve the presidential campaign of Joe Biden, according to sources with knowledge of the ongoing negotiations.
Discussion: The Federalist, Raw Story and Bad News
Adam Bernstein / Washington Post:
Darran Simon, Washington Post journalist, dies at 43  —  Darran Simon, a journalist who developed an expertise reporting on trauma during a wide-ranging career that had recently brought him to The Washington Post, where he covered District politics and government, was found dead April 9 at his home in Washington.
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Luke Mullins / Washingtonian:
Washington Post Reporter Found Dead
Chuck Grassley:
FBI Ignored Early Warnings that Debunked Anti-Trump Dossier was Russian Disinformation  —  Declassified footnotes sought by Grassley, Johnson reveal faulty predicate in Russia probe  —  WASHINGTON - The “central and essential” evidence used to justify invasive surveillance of an American citizen …
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Chuck Ross / The Daily Caller:
FBI Received Evidence Of Russian Disinformation In Steele Dossier  — The FBI received information that Russian disinformation might have been fed to Christopher Steele, whose dossier played a “central” role in the bureau's investigation of the Trump campaign.
Gregg Re / Fox News:   FBI had information Steele dossier was part of ‘Russian disinformation campaign,’ declassified footnotes show
The Charlotte Observer:
NC's top Republican doesn't trust the governor to run a fair 2020 mail-in election.  Really.  —  A battle is emerging in Washington and across the country about a large-scale expansion of mail-in voting in November's elections.  In North Carolina, the conversation just got especially ugly.
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Jamelle Bouie / New York Times:
Trump Wants 50 Wisconsins on Election Day
Discussion: Washington Post, CNN and Reason
Sam Levine / The Guardian:   Wisconsin: the state where American democracy went to die
Washington Post:
A plan to defeat coronavirus finally emerges, but it's not from the White House  —  In the absence of federal direction, states and America's top experts forge the path ahead.  —  A national plan to fight the coronavirus pandemic in the United States and return Americans to jobs and classrooms …
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Selena Simmons-Duffin / NPR:
CDC Director: ‘Very Aggressive’ Contact Tracing Needed For U.S. To Return To Normal
New York Times:
Coronavirus Cases in the US: Live Updates  —  Global supply chains have been disrupted, leading to shortages of key goods.  Every country needs the same lifesaving tools, but nationalist-minded leaders are jeopardizing access for all.  Michigan will ban travel between homes.
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Noah Higgins-Dunn / CNBC:
Trump says he's not going to reopen economy ‘until we know this country is going to be healthy’
Discussion: Axios, Vanity Fair and The Daily Beast
Alayna Treene / Axios:
Top Trump ally sounds 2020 election alarm over coronavirus response  —  There is growing concern among top conservative leaders that the Trump administration isn't addressing the long-term economic impact of the coronavirus, several sources tell Axios.  One top adviser said if the recovery …
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New York Times:
Deaths in New York City Are More Than Double the Usual Total  —  Over the 31 days ending April 4, more than twice the typical number of New Yorkers died.  —  That total for the city includes deaths directly linked to the novel coronavirus as well as those from other causes, like heart attacks and cancer.
Discussion: New Republic and VICE
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Charlie Savage / New York Times:
Endorsing Trump's Firing of Inspector General, Barr Paints Distorted Picture  —  The attorney general misstated key facts in explaining the dismissed official's handling of the whistle-blower complaint that prompted impeachment.  —  WASHINGTON — Attorney General William P. Barr endorsed …
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Kevin Johnson / USA Today:   Barr: ‘Troubling’ evidence in review of Russia involvement in 2016 election that could lead to charges
NBC News:
More than 2,200 coronavirus deaths in nursing homes, but federal government isn't tracking them  —  The numbers are likely a significant undercount, given the limited access to testing and other constraints, state officials and public health experts say.  —  Nearly 2,300 long-term care facilities …
Discussion: Washington Post and BuzzFeed News
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
Many absentee ballots were not postmarked, putting votes at risk of not being counted … Katherine Katsekes, left, and Diane Scott help sort absentee ballots by ward to be opened on election day at Brookfield City Hall on Tuesday.  Many area communities are having a larger-than-normal number …
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Marc Tracy / New York Times:
News Media Outlets Have Been Ravaged by the Pandemic  —  Roughly 28,000 workers at news companies nationwide have been laid off, furloughed or had their pay reduced.  Some publications that rely on ads have shut down.  —  The news media business was shaky before the coronavirus started spreading across the country last month.
Jane C. Hu / Slate:
No, You Did Not Get COVID-19 in the Fall of 2019  —  On Tuesday, KSBW, a news station in Monterey, California, aired a story about California's potential “herd immunity” to the novel coronavirus.  The piece opens by discussing a new study from Stanford Medicine in which researchers …
Discussion: SFist, alicublog, Redstate and Instapundit
Tanzina Vega / New York Times:
Quarantined With a Newborn, Alone  —  Raising a baby is already isolating.  The pandemic highlighted how fragile my social networks are.  —  When I gave birth to my son at the end of January, an unexpected miracle to me at the age of 45, I never could have imagined spending my maternity leave in the middle of a global pandemic.
Brooke Seipel / The Hill:
Louisiana church expecting 2,000 at Easter service despite coronavirus: ‘Satan and a virus will not stop us’  —  While many churches across the nation plan to hold their Easter services online Sunday, a Louisiana pastor says his church near Baton Rouge is expecting a crowd of 2,000 …
Washington Post:
Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia faces blowback as he curtails scope of worker relief in unemployment crisis  —  Labor Department comes under fire over handling of worker protection, unemployment program  —  The Labor Department is facing growing criticism over its response to the coronavirus pandemic …
Discussion: Mother Jones
irs.gov:
Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here  —  Who is eligible for the Economic Impact Payment?  —  U.S. citizens or resident aliens who:  — Have a valid Social Security number,  — Could not be claimed as a dependent of another taxpayer, and  — Had adjusted gross income under certain limits.
CREW:
The Trump Family Is Taking 12x More Protected Trips Than The Obama Family  —  Last fiscal year, the Trump family took more trips that required Secret Service protection than the Obama family took in seven, according to a budget document released by the Treasury Department.
Jonathan Chait / New York Magazine:
Trump Wants to Reopen the Economy Because He's Panicking About Reelection Polls  —  Progressive voters have spent weeks hand-wringing about the small polling bump President Trump received for appearing to take the coronavirus seriously, even berating cable-news networks for airing his briefings …
Discussion: Breitbart, The Week and Deadline
Tim Alberta / Politico:
‘The Woman in Michigan’ Goes National  —  The phone rings once.  —  “Hello?”  —  It's a man's voice: gruff, impatient.  —  “Hi there,” the female caller says.  “May I please speak with John?”  —  “Who's this?”  —  “Gretchen Whitmer.”  —  A three-second pause.  —  “Governor Whitmer?”
Wall Street Journal:
All the President's Ratings  —  The Commander in Chief responds to our editorial.
Discussion: Raw Story
CNN:
Navarro publicly said Americans had ‘nothing to worry about’ while privately warning coronavirus could cost lives and dollars  —  (CNN)White House trade adviser Peter Navarro publicly said Americans had “nothing to worry about” while he privately warned the White House that the coronavirus pandemic …
Discussion: Raw Story and Eschaton
Ezra Klein / Vox:
I've read the plans to reopen the economy.  They're scary.  —  Medical personnel from Riverside University Health Systems administer a coronavirus test during drive-through testing.  Bob Riha Jr./Getty Images  —  There is no plan to return to normal.  —  Over the past few days …
Neil Irwin / New York Times:
Everything Is Awful.  So Why Is the Stock Market Booming?  —  Investors are betting that powerful interventions from Washington will protect the long-term profitability of major companies.  —  What on earth is the stock market doing?  —  Death and despair are all around.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
CBS News:
Views of Trump's handling of coronavirus outbreak slip again - CBS News poll  —  Most Americans continue to think the battle against the coronavirus outbreak is going badly, and few would feel comfortable being out in crowded spaces now.  There's a collective uncertainty about where things are headed next …
Discussion: Mediaite, Daily Kos and Political Wire
Kathryn Watson / CBS News:
Trump to announce council for “opening our country” next week  —  Highlights from Friday's briefing:  — Trump says he's creating a council of business people and doctors to reopen the economy  — Trump says determining when to reopen the country is the biggest decision he's ever made
Discussion: Townhall and POLITICUSUSA
Jennifer Rubin / Washington Post:
What if facts matter?  —  President Trump was irate on Thursday — not because unemployment claims topped 17 million, or because more than 16,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus, or because we lack a national testing program, or because African Americans and Hispanics are dying in disproportionate numbers.
Joe Biden:
Statement by Vice President Joe Biden on Incidents of Racism Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders  —  Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we've heard increasing reports of Asian Americans in communities across our country being targeted with messages of hate.
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA
 
 
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Sarah Owermohle / Politico:
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CNBC:
Italy PM extends virus lockdown, says euro zone rescue plan inadequate
PrairieFan / Bleeding Heartland:
Steve King wants names, addresses of COVID-19 patients released
Toby Eckert / Politico:
IG report clears Mnuchin of charges he mishandled congressional demand for Trump's tax returns
Washington Post:
No, Mr. Trump, VOA is not Chinese propaganda. Now don't turn it into U.S. propaganda.
James Hohmann / Washington Post:
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 Earlier Items: 
Brad Polumbo / Washington Examiner:
Liberty University's Jerry Falwell Jr. launches assault on press freedom
Washington Post:
Live updates: Coronavirus death toll has reached 100,000 worldwide; Trump confirms he's creating …
Ken Klippenstein / The Nation:
Exclusive: Inside Trump's Failed Plan to Surveil the Canadian Border
Major Crunch / Duffel Blog:
Pentagon worries Capt. Crozier's concern for his sailors may be contagious
Joe Pinsker / The Atlantic:
The Pandemic Will Cleave America in Two
Detroit Free Press:
New Whitmer order bans ‘travel between residences,’ with a few exceptions