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U.S. Department of Justice:
Department of Justice Closes Investigation into the Death of Ashli Babbitt  —  WASHINGTON - The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia and the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice will not pursue criminal charges against the U.S. Capitol Police officer involved …
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Luke Broadwater / New York Times:
Capitol Police Told to Hold Back on Riot Response on Jan. 6, Report Finds  —  Despite being tipped that “Congress itself is the target” on Jan. 6, Capitol Police were ordered not to use their most powerful crowd-control weapons, according to a scathing new watchdog report.
USA Today:
Pelosi on Jan. 6: ‘They would have had a battle on their hands’ if the mob had caught her
Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs / New York Times:
The Minnesota officer who killed Daunte Wright will be charged with manslaughter.  —  BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. — The white Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, after appearing to mistake her handgun for her Taser will be charged with second-degree manslaughter …
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Bradford Betz / Fox News:
Daunte Wright accused of choking and robbing woman at gunpoint, had arrest warrant  —  Wright's case was still pending when he was pulled over Sunday for having an expired license plate.  —  Lawrence Jones: Dems using police tragedy to push radical agenda  —  Daunte Wright …
Dan Mangan / CNBC:
Former police officer Kim Potter arrested on manslaughter charge in fatal shooting of Daunte Wright  — Kim Potter, the Minnesota police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright, was arrested on a charge of second-degree manslaughter.  — Potter's arrest came a day after she resigned …
Charles Creitz / Fox News:
Self-identified Antifa members arrive in Twin Cities area as Brooklyn Center protests continue
Discussion: RedState
CNN:
Women detail drug use, sex and payments after late-night parties with Gaetz and others  —  ‘Bombastic, antagonistic, unapologetic’: A look at Gaetz's political career  —  Orlando, FL (CNN)The first thing some of the women were asked to do when they got to the house parties in the gated community …
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New York Times:
Indicted Gaetz Associate Is Said to Be Cooperating With Justice Dept.
New York Times:
Hundreds of Companies Unite to Oppose Voting Limits, but Others Abstain  —  Amazon, Google, G.M. and Starbucks were among those joining the biggest show of solidarity by businesses over legislation in numerous states.  —  Amazon, BlackRock, Google, Warren Buffett and hundreds of other companies …
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New York Times:
The C.E.O.s Who Didn't Sign a Big Defense of Voting Rights  —  Hundreds of leaders and companies signed a letter opposing strict limits.  They did not.  —  A big show of corporate solidarity  —  Amazon, BlackRock, Google, Warren Buffett and hundreds of other companies and executives …
Discussion: Insider and CNBC
Jane C. Timm / NBC News:
Hundreds of CEOs, celebrities, corporations join forces to oppose ‘discriminatory’ voting legislation
Discussion: HotAir and NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Abby Livingston / The Texas Tribune:
Republican U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady will retire from Congress at the end of his term  —  The Montgomery County Republican has served in Congress for more than two decades.  —  Copy link  —  WASHINGTON - U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady, R-The Woodlands, announced Wednesday morning that this will be his last term serving in the U.S. House.
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Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: ‘A gaslighting chamber of insanity’: Moderate Republicans seethe at Biden  —  DRIVING THE DAY  —  “It's a f—ing nightmare.”  —  That was the lament of a staffer working for one of the members of the so-called G-10, the group of 10 Republican senators who insist they're itching …
Tony Romm / Washington Post:
Democrats signal limited patience for GOP opposition to Biden infrastructure package  —  They are warming to the idea of using budget ‘reconciliation,’ which would allow them to bypass Republicans but could carry other risks  —  Top Senate Democrats on Tuesday signaled they may have no choice …
Discussion: Washington Examiner, KDFX-TV and Axios
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Jonathan Cohn / HuffPost:
Why Pause The J&J Vaccine?  An Expert Explains The Decision  —  A former FDA official talks about how the agency makes these decisions and what it means for the fight to end the COVID-19 pandemic.  —  The decision by two key federal regulatory agencies to recommend a “pause” …
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Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Bad news for journalists: The public doesn't share our values.  But there's hope.  —  Ask almost any group of journalists to name the core values of their profession, and they'll probably deliver a list like this:  —  Oversight.  We're the watchdogs keeping an eye on government officials and other powerful people and institutions.
Discussion: Twitchy
Vicky Prodeline / Monmouth University Polling …:
One in Five Still Shun Vaccine  —  Biden gets high marks for Covid response  —  West Long Branch, NJ - About 1 in 5 American adults remain unwilling to get the Covid vaccine, even as more people are getting the shot.  The Monmouth ("Mon-muth") University Poll also finds that President Joe Biden continues …
Washington Post:
Trump didn't bring White working-class voters to the Republican Party.  The data suggest he kept them away.  —  White working-class voters had been moving to the Republican Party for years.  Trump stopped the trend.  —  Republican leaders have been hailing a class realignment of the parties.
Discussion: HotAir, Raw Story and New York Magazine
Washington Post:
The FBI wanted to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone.  It turned to a little-known Australian firm.  —  Azimuth unlocked the iPhone at the center of an epic legal battle between the FBI and Apple.  Now, Apple is suing the company co-founded by one of the hackers behind the unlock.
Darragh Roche / Newsweek:
School Won't Be Named After Obamas Following Protests  —  A school in Waukegan, Illinois, will not be renamed after former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama, following protests from members of the Latino community in the city.  —  Thomas Jefferson Middle School …
Discussion: Breitbart, CBS Chicago and HotAir
Diana B. Henriques / New York Times:
Bernard Madoff, Architect of Largest Ponzi Scheme in History, Is Dead at 82  —  His enormous fraud left behind a devastating human toll and paper losses totaling $64.8 billion.  —  Bernard L. Madoff, the one-time senior statesman of Wall Street who in 2008 became the human face of an era …
Anand Giridharadas / The Atlantic:
Welcome to the New Progressive Era  —  Washington in the first days of the Biden administration is a place for double takes: A president associated with the politics of austerity is spending money with focused gusto, a crisis isn't going to waste, and Senator Bernie Sanders is happy.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
The Jolt: Gov. Brian Kemp censured by two county Republican Parties  —  By Patricia Murphy - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Greg Bluestein - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tia Mitchell - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution  —  Gov. Brian Kemp's footing might be firmer among fellow Republicans …
Discussion: PolitiFact
Maura Judkis / Washington Post:
A minor investigation into the Bidens' Major problem  —  The Goldwater Rule prohibits mental health professionals from diagnosing presidents from afar.  It does not, however, apply to their pets.  And so we must respectfully ask: What's the deal with Major Biden?
Politico:
Intel chiefs sound alarm on China in global threats hearing  —  “I don't think there is any country that presents a more severe threat to our innovation, our economic security and our democratic ideals,” FBI Director Christopher Wray told senators.  —  FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies during …
Discussion: ABC News, USA Today and IJR
Politico:
Biden moves to leverage corporate America's falling out with GOP  —  The business community doesn't dislike President Joe Biden's proposal to hike corporate taxes to pay for a massive $2 trillion-plus infrastructure plan.  They detest it.  —  But there are some reasons to think corporate leaders …
Discussion: The Guardian, National Review and IJR
Daniel Strauss / The Guardian:
The veteran air force pilot hoping to oust scandal-hit Republican Matt Gaetz  —  Bryan Jones will challenge the congressman, who is under investigation for alleged sex trafficking, in the next primary  —  A veteran air force pilot is laying the groundwork to challenge the scandal-hit congressman Matt Gaetz …
Discussion: Political Wire
Bloomberg:
More Than 817 Million Shots Given: Covid-19 Tracker  —  In the U.S., 195 million doses have been administered; rollout goes global  —  The biggest vaccination campaign in history is underway.  More than 817 million doses have been administered across 152 countries, according to data collected by Bloomberg.
Katie Glueck / New York Times:
New Target for New York's Ascendant Left: Rep. Carolyn Maloney  —  Justice Democrats, a left-wing group that fueled the rise of Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is backing Rana Abdelhamid's primary bid.  —  Nearly three years ago, a little-known left-wing organization helped engineer …
Discussion: HuffPost, The Hill, KDFX-TV and Twitchy
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
Laboratory Modeling of SARS-CoV-2 Exposure Reduction Through Physically Distanced Seating in Aircraft Cabins Using Bacteriophage Aerosol — November 2020  —  Watts L. Dietrich1; James S. Bennett, PhD1; Byron W. Jones, PhD2; Mohammad H. Hosni, PhD2 (View author affiliations)  —  What is already known about this topic?
Tony Romm / Washington Post:
Senate Democrats propose sweeping overhaul of unemployment programs that were rocked by pandemic fallout  —  Benefits would be larger and extend for a longer period, but Republicans have raised concerns about such changes  —  Senate Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a sweeping new proposal …
Discussion: HuffPost and POLITICUSUSA
Washington Post:
Biden's delay on refugees baffles and frustrates allies  —  President Biden sent a stark message in February to foreigners fleeing oppression, persecution and danger: The United States stands ready to help them once again.  He pledged an eightfold-plus increase in the annual cap …
Jonah E. Bromwich / New York Times:
Court Vindicates Black Officer Fired for Stopping Colleague's Chokehold  —  Cariol Horne acted to keep a white officer from using what she saw as excessive force.  Fifteen years later, a judge said her firing was wrong.  —  It was a cold November day in Buffalo when Officer Cariol Horne responded …
Discussion: CBS News, The Hill and The Root
 
 
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Sally Jenkins / Washington Post:
China controls the IOC and Olympic sponsors the way it governs its citizens: Through fear
Mike Wilkinson / Bridge Michigan:
Demand for vaccine declines in parts of Michigan, even as COVID surges
Discussion: NBC News, HotAir and CNN
Michael Gartland / New York Daily News:
From one boro president to another: Adams to get NYC mayoral nod from former Bronx BP Ferrer
Carolyn Kelley / Harvard Law Today:
Leading scholar of civil procedure, constitutional law, Stephen Sachs joins HLS faculty
Discussion: Reason
Teddy Ng / South China Morning Post:
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Jason Rantz / MyNorthwest.com:
Progressive BLM activist accused in ‘violent’ anti-Asian hate crimes
 Earlier Items: 
Axios:
Exclusive: White House meeting with members of Problem Solvers Caucus
Public Policy Polling:
McAuliffe Has Commanding Lead in Primary
Discussion: The Hill and Blue Virginia
Max Eden / City Journal:
Canceled at Georgetown  —  The law school dean sacrifices university policy and basic fairness to mob justice.
American Greatness:
Get Ready to Rumble With Big Business
Debbie Kaminer / New York Daily News:
There's no vaccine for hypocrisy
Andrew Feinberg / The Independent:
Biden's White House communications strategy is driving Republicans insane
Discussion: POLITICUSUSA and Raw Story