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8:30 AM ET, June 13, 2021

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Jonathan Turley / The Hill:
Supreme Court confounding its partisan critics  —  The Supreme Court this week continued to disappoint congressional Democrats and activists with a long line of embarrassingly unanimous, non-ideological rulings.  After all, the court is supposedly (to use President Biden's words) “out of whack” …
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Brie Stimson / Fox News:
Pro-life advocates warn of ‘egregious’ Democratic bill that would guarantee abortion rights throughout US  —  The bill has been introduced in every Congress since 2013 but has never been up for a vote  —  Biden budget would include push to allow federal funding for abortions
Discussion: Politico
Tony Plohetski / Austin American-Statesman:
Austin police arrest one of two suspects involved in downtown shooting that left 14 injured  —  Editor's note: Due to the magnitude of this shooting as a matter of public safety, the Statesman is making this story free for everyone to read.  Statesman journalists are working to find …
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Tom Nichols / USA Today:
I said I couldn't stand Indian food.  Then a Twitter friend took me to dinner.  —  This is a story about the internet, the spontaneous generosity of thousands of people and the healing power of food.  Or, the healing power of lamb.  —  This is a story about how the internet and social media …
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
Washington Examiner:
Throw the book at IRS leakers and cancel any IRS budget increases  —  When a private company is reckless with your personal information, you have the option, at least in theory, of refusing to do business with that company.  —  But what about the government?  You must pay taxes, and that leaves you with no choice.
New York Post:
Bidenomics is proving a total disaster that could send America back to stagnant '70s  —  Bidenomics is proving an utter disaster for American workers and consumers, and don't bet on it to end soon.  —  With the pandemic all but over — more than half of American adults are fully vaccinated …
Discussion: Lucianne
Josh Boak / Associated Press:
Biden to name Pulse Nightclub a national memorial  —  President Joe Biden said on the fifth anniversary of a mass shooting at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that he will sign a bill naming the site as a national memorial.  —  The deadliest attack on the LGBTQ community …
Discussion: RedState and Twitchy
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Molly McKew / Great Power:
Belarus sharpens a weapon of “irregular migration” against Lithuania  —  As Lukashenko cracks down, Lithuania steps up to help the Belarusian opposition — and finds itself the target of new hybrid measures from Minsk  —  Over the past few weeks, hundreds of migrants, primarily from Iraq …
David Heath / USA Today:
In first federal ruling on vaccine mandates, judge sides with Houston hospital, dismissing claims from staff resisters  —  HOUSTON - In the first federal ruling on vaccine mandates, a Houston judge Saturday dismissed a lawsuit by hospital employees who declined the COVID-19 shot …
Discussion: Joe.My.God.
Washington Post:
Trump's shadow still looms over cloudy skies at G-7 summit  —  CARBIS BAY, England — Addressing U.S. troops shortly after his arrival in England this past week, President Biden took pains to stress the importance of working with allied nations, emphasizing a partnership “grounded on democratic ideals and a shared vision of the future.”
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Heath Druzin / The Daily Beast:
This Militia-Fighting GOP Sheriff Thinks Jan. 6 Was Just the Start  —  The man who oversees law enforcement in the heart of militia country sees plenty of reason to be worried.  —  SPOKANE, Washington—Ozzie Knezovich seems to revel in pissing people off.  —  “The fact that the extreme left …
Discussion: Raw Story
BBC:
G7 summit: China says small groups do not rule the world  —  China has warned the G7 leaders that the days when a “small” group of countries decided the fate of the world were long gone.  —  The comments, by a spokesman for the Chinese embassy in London, come as the leaders …
Kaitlan Collins / CNN:
New book suggests Birx wanted Trump to lose presidential election  —  (CNN)A new book written by one of President Joe Biden's top coronavirus advisers suggests Dr. Deborah Birx hoped former President Donald Trump would lose the 2020 presidential election.  —  In “Preventable,” …
BuzzFeed News:
Trump's State Department Officials Fought Over Whether The Coronavirus Was A Chinese Bioweapon  —  In the final days of the Trump administration, the State Department was embroiled in a bitter dispute over China's role in the origins of COVID-19 that's now spilling into public view.
 
 
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Harry Enten / CNN:
Most blue states will make Biden's July 4 vaccine goal. The red ones won't.
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Paul Kane / Washington Post:
Republican attacks on Biden agenda can't break through conservative media's culture wars
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Andrew Buncombe / The Guardian:
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