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Politico:
Trump pardons former national security adviser Flynn  —  Outgoing President Donald Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn on Wednesday for lying to FBI agents investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.  —  “It is my Great Honor to announce …
Rosalind Helderman / Washington Post:
Trump pardons former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI
Dareh Gregorian / NBC News:
Trump pardons Michael Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI
Discussion: The Atlantic, CNN and Bloomberg
Brad Raffensperger / USA Today:
Georgia secretary of state: My family voted for Trump.  He threw us under the bus anyway.  —  I have fought to uphold the integrity of elections in Georgia.  It doesn't matter if the attacks come from the guy I voted for or not.  —  The past few weeks have been difficult for the voters of the Peach State.
New York Times:
Stock Trades by Senator Perdue Said to Have Prompted Justice Dept. Inquiry  —  Investigators focused on a sale of at least $1 million of stock in Cardlytics, a financial firm whose board the senator once sat on.  They closed the case this summer without charges.
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Associated Press:
With US in COVID-19 panic, Sen. Perdue saw stock opportunity  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — As the ravages of the novel coronavirus forced millions of people out of work, shuttered businesses and shrank the value of retirement accounts, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged to a three-year low.
Discussion: The Intellectualist and Mediaite
Alana Satlin / NBC News:
Trump calls into Pennsylvania hearing, rambles about voter fraud on speakerphone … President Donald Trump on Wednesday phoned into a Pennsylvania state Senate hearing where his legal team was appearing as part of their shriveling legal battle against the election results.
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CNBC:
Trump lawyer details far-fetched strategy to reverse Pennsylvania win for Biden  — A lawyer for President Donald Trump's campaign revealed that the campaign could be relying on pulling off a complicated — and possibly unprecedented — legal and legislative trick shot to undo President …
Discussion: Raw Story and HotAir
Tyler Olson / Fox News:
Trump cancels trip to Pennsylvania GOP meeting on election irregularities, source says
Jeremy Diamond / CNN:
Trump phones into Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers' baseless voter fraud event after canceling trip
Erik Larson / Bloomberg:
Trump Campaign Wants Giuliani to Argue Pennsylvania Appeal
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KUSA-TV:
After warnings to avoid travel, Denver Mayor Hancock flies to visit family for Thanksgiving  —  Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has told people to avoid travel in order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, which is at record levels in the city.  —  DENVER — Denver Mayor Michael Hancock boarded …
Erik Larson / Bloomberg:
Pennsylvania Slams Judge's ‘Overreach’ in Certification Ruling  — Pittsburgh judge ordered a halt to certifying Biden's victory  — State says Republican judge trying to interfere in election  —  Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and other state officials assailed a Pittsburgh judge …
Discussion: Fox News and Townhall
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Kim Wehle / The Bulwark:
Trump's Embarrassingly Bad Legal Case in Pennsylvania  —  No wonder his campaign kept swapping out its lawyers.  —  On Saturday, a federal district court judge issued a blistering dismissal of Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. v. Kathy Boockvar.  The opinion is a lesson in elementary lawyering …
Joe Hagan / Vanity Fair:
“How Many of These People Are Just Batshit Crazy?”:  CNN's Jake Tapper on Politics and Media in the Trump Era  —  The network's chief Washington correspondent sees a world in which Trump's power diminishes, but may not disappear completely.  The real question, though, is how America contends …
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Tim Alberta / Politico:
The Inside Story of Michigan's Fake Voter Fraud Scandal
Dave Boucher / Detroit Free Press:
State Senate committee to hold election hearing as Trump campaign touts ‘review’
Discussion: Political Wire
Washington Post:
NRA reports alleged misspending by current and former executives to IRS  —  After years of denying allegations of lax financial oversight, the National Rifle Association has made a stunning declaration in a new tax filing: Current and former executives used the nonprofit group's money for personal benefit and enrichment.
Alyssa Fowers / Washington Post:
A growing number of Americans are going hungry  —  Graphics reporter focusing on data visualization and analysis  —  It was 5 a.m., not a hint of sun in the Houston sky, as Randy Young and his mom pulled into the line for a free Thanksgiving meal.  They were three hours early.
Discussion: Forbes, The Week and The Hill
Paul Bedard / Washington Examiner:
Huge court win lets Trump present ballot evidence, could overturn Nevada result  —  In its first court victory, a Nevada judge has agreed to let the Trump campaign present its evidence that fraud and illegalities plagued the state's election, enough to reverse Joe Biden's win and set an example for other state challenges.
Henry Fountain / New York Times:
Permit Denied for Alaskan Mine Project  —  The Army Corps of Engineers denied a permit for the proposed Pebble Mine project, saying it was “contrary to the public interest.”  —  The Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday denied a permit for the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska, likely dealing a death blow to the long-disputed project.
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Glenn Rifkin / New York Times:
Honestie Hodges, Whose Handcuffing Changed Police Policy, Is Dead at 14  —  Honestie's handcuffing by the police in Grand Rapids, Mich., caused a national uproar and led to a new law enforcement policy on dealing with youths.  Honestie died of Covid-19.
Barak Ravid / Axios:
Scoop: Israeli military prepares for possibility Trump will strike Iran  —  The Israel Defense Forces have in recent weeks been instructed to prepare for the possibility that the U.S. will conduct a military strike against Iran before President Trump leaves office, senior Israeli officials tell me.
New York Times:
C.I.A. Officer Is Killed in Somalia  —  The officer's combat death came as President Trump considers pulling back on American operations in the region.  —  WASHINGTON — A veteran C.I.A. officer was killed in combat in Somalia in recent days, according to current and former U.S. officials …
Discussion: CNN and Foreign Affairs
Armin Rosen / Tablet Magazine:
Who Really Runs The Drudge Report?  —  The Drudge Report has become a conformist shadow of its formerly bratty, oppositional self.  Why?
Amanda Mull / The Atlantic:
The Logic of Pandemic Restrictions Is Falling Apart  —  Two weeks ago, I staged a reluctant intervention via Instagram direct message.  The subject was a longtime friend, Josh, who had been sharing photos of himself and his fiancé occasionally dining indoors at restaurants since New York City …
New York Times:
Congress Pays $850,000 to Muslim Aides Targeted in Inquiry Stoked by Trump  —  The House resolved wrongful termination claims by five Pakistani-American technology workers whose case was twisted into a right-wing conspiracy theory pushed by President Trump.  —  The House of Representatives …
Discussion: (We) Are The News
Matthew Kassel / Jewish Insider:
Jonathan Swan on migrating to the Biden beat … Jonathan Swan, the star national political correspondent at Axios, has built a reputation as one of the most enterprising and deeply sourced reporters covering the White House.  But for a brief period over the summer, his exasperated visage …
USA Today:
Trump's concession speech, as if he'd actually give one  —  Here is a parody of Trump's concession speech if he decides he's had enough presidenting.  —  Sexual objects and gentlemen, Diamond, Silk, and distinguished guesses:  —  I want to thank myself for being here.
New York Times:
The 25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century (So Far)  —  We are in a golden age of acting — make that platinum — as we realized when we decided to select our favorite film performers of the past 20 years.  There's no formula for choosing the best (just squabbling), and this list …
Jaclyn Diaz / NPR:
North Korean Former Gymnast Fled To South Korea By Jumping Fence  —  A North Korean man seeking to escape his homeland took a nearly 10-foot leap of faith earlier this month.  The jump, which occurred under — or more accurately over — the noses of soldiers, brought him to safety in South Korea …
Meghan Markle / New York Times:
The Losses We Share  —  Perhaps the path to healing begins with three simple words: Are you OK?  —  The writer is a mother, feminist and advocate.  —  It was a July morning that began as ordinarily as any other day: Make breakfast.  Feed the dogs.  Take vitamins.  Find that missing sock.
Mark Davis / Townhall:
Transition Yes, Concession No  —  The wheels of transition are beginning to turn as the machinery of President Trump's election challenges are grinding to an eventual halt.  So is a concession speech in the cards?  Don't bet on it.  And there are solid arguments against it.
 
 
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Dan Avery / NBC News:
Starbucks barista says she was fired for refusing to wear Pride shirt
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New York Times:
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Gonzalo Schwarz / Washington Examiner:
The Biden administration should prioritize growth over redistribution
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Our parents warned us the internet would break our brains. It broke theirs instead.
Jack Dura / Bismarck Tribune:
North Dakota Supreme Court denies governor's legislative appointment
Geoff Pender / Mississippi Today:
Rep. Steven Palazzo ethics investigation: Is the congressman's campaign account a slush fund?
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Arkansas man receives racist letter about his Black Santa decorations
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 Earlier Items: 
Sarah Chaney Cambon / Wall Street Journal:
U.S. Unemployment Claims Rose to 778,000 Last Week
Discussion: CNBC, The Daily Caller and The Week
Daveen Rae Kurutz / Beaver County Times & …:
GOP Chair Christiana asks DA to review mail-in ballot envelopes, requests from nursing homes
Adam Kredo / Washington Free Beacon:
Biden Eyes Israel Critic as White House Press Sec
Discussion: Sara A. Carter
Matthew Yglesias / Slow Boring:
National Democrats' misguided re-embrace of gun control
Discussion: Althouse