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7:45 AM ET, September 25, 2021


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Jim Parker / KVIA-TV:
Fort Bliss woman soldier assaulted at Afghan refugee camp  —  DONA ANA COUNTY, New Mexico — The FBI is investigating the assault of a female Fort Bliss soldier by several male Afghan refugees at the Army's Doña Ana Complex camp where thousands are currently being housed, officials told ABC-7 on Friday.
Andrew Miller / Fox News:
Assault on female US service member by male Afghan refugees at Fort Bliss under FBI investigation  —  The incident comes on the heels of two Afghan refugees being charged with federal crimes at a Wisconsin military base  —  Fox News Flash top headlines for September 24
Ian Austen / New York Times:
China Frees 2 Canadians After U.S. Deal Over Huawei Executive  —  Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor had been held by China since 2018, soon after Canada detained the Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.  A U.S. agreement has cleared the way for Ms. Meng's release.
Geoff Duncan / CNN:
If my fellow Republicans want to win, they won't buy Trump's stolen election fantasy  —  ‘No one has lost the state of Arizona more than Donald Trump’: Berman on Arizona audit  —  Geoff Duncan, a Republican, is the 12th lieutenant governor of Georgia.  The views expressed in this commentary are his own.
New York Times:
‘Stop the Steal’ Movement Races Forward, Ignoring Arizona Humiliation
Amy Gardner / Washington Post:
Arizona recount results raise stakes for GOP-backed ballot reviews in other states
Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Think tank: Trump faces ‘substantial’ legal risk in Georgia case  —  Ahead of former President Donald Trump's return to Georgia, legal experts with the Brookings Institution think tank published a detailed analysis Friday of the potential criminal investigation he faces in Fulton County linked …
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One of the most secretive and powerful groups in GOP politics just had its cell phone numbers leaked.  Here's what its members said about Trump 2024 when we started calling.  — Several members of the conservative Council for National Policy were iffy on Trump running again.
Tim Murphy / Mother Jones:
Maybe We Should Be Talking More About the Trump Coup Memo  —  Fight disinformation.  Get a daily recap of the facts that matter.  Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.  —  There was big news this week on what is known ominously and euphemistically as “the democracy beat,” and like all such news, it was bad.
Paul Steinhauser / Fox News:
The Biden effect: GOP starts linking down-ballot Democrats to an increasingly unpopular president  —  Amid president's eroding poll numbers, Republicans begin hitching potentially vulnerable Democrats to Biden  —  Chaffetz: Biden's crises, cratering poll numbers are ‘self-inflicted wounds’
Discussion: Politico and Washington Examiner
New York Times:
The Surveillance Apparatus That Surrounded Britney Spears  —  An account by a former employee of the security team hired by Ms. Spears's father created the most detailed portrait yet of the singer's life under 13 years of conservatorship.  —  Britney Spears's father and the security firm …
Discussion: Variety
Sarah Toy / Wall Street Journal:
Schools With Face-Mask Requirements Had Fewer Covid-19 Outbreaks, CDC Study Finds  —  Two studies suggest that masks can help prevent classroom outbreaks and pediatric cases in the community  —  Face-mask requirements in schools drastically reduce the spread of Covid-19 among children …
Moriah Balingit / Washington Post:
Pediatric covid-19 cases rose faster in counties without school mask requirements, CDC says
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Jan. 6 committee seeks testimony from riot defendants who pleaded guilty  —  The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol has begun to solicit testimony from the rioters, issuing requests for some defendants to voluntarily provide an account of their decision to travel to Washington and join the angry mob.
Discussion: New Republic
Chris Hayes / New Yorker:
On the Internet, We're Always Famous  —  What happens when the experience of celebrity becomes universal?  —  The fennec fox is the smallest fox on earth and cute as a button.  It has mischievous dark eyes, a small black nose, and impish six-inch ears—each several times larger than its head.
Paul Schwartzman / Washington Post:
Seven-seven-what?  After 74 years, D.C. braces for a new area code.  —  The plethora of timeless symbols that define Washington include the White House, the Lincoln Memorial and a venerated area code that evokes power and prestige: 202 — the digital entryway to the nation's capital.  —  For now.
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
Miami Herald:
Del Rio, Texas camp cleared of Haitian migrants  —  The last remaining Haitian migrants who were living in squalid conditions in makeshift encampments underneath a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, along the U.S.-Mexico border have been cleared out, the head of the Department of Homeland Security said Friday.
Emily Green / VICE:
Thousands More Haitians Are Heading to the US-Mexico Border
Discussion: Page Array
Jere Hester / THE CITY:
Award-Winning New York News Start-up THE CITY Seeks Editor in Chief  —  NEW YORK, N.Y. — THE CITY, an independent, nonprofit newsroom dedicated to serving the people of New York, has launched a search for an experienced, innovative and visionary editor in chief to help lead the acclaimed local news site …
Lachlan Markay / Axios:
Senate GOP pushes DOJ to roll back Trump oversight rule  —  Senate Republicans want the Justice Department to roll back Trump-era restrictions on congressional oversight criticized at the time as an attempt to insulate the Trump administration from Democratic investigators, Axios has learned.
Joseph Wulfsohn / Fox News:
‘Gutfeld!’ beats all late-night shows on their widely hyped ‘Climate Night’  —  Greg Gutfeld also trounced his cable news competitors on MSNBC and CNN  —  Tucker roasts ‘dumbest’ CNN hosts on ‘Gutfeld!’  —  Fox News' “Gutfeld!” beat all the other late-night shows Wednesday …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
The White House:
Joint Statement from Quad Leaders  —  We, the leaders of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, convened today in person as “the Quad” for the first time.  On this historic occasion we recommit to our partnership, and to a region that is a bedrock of our shared security and prosperity …
Wall Street Journal:
China's Xinjiang Crackdown Reaps Millions of Dollars in Assets for the State  —  Courts sell off property and company shares once belonging to jailed Uyghur business owners  —  KORLA, China—Chinese authorities have seized and sold at auction tens of millions of dollars in assets owned …
Sune Engel Rasmussen / Wall Street Journal:
Trapped in Kabul, Prominent Afghan Women Fear Retribution Under Taliban Rule  —  Lacking documents and unable to flee, high-profile women are at risk because of their past roles  —  KABUL—Nabila, a 31-year-old Afghan judge, used to grant divorces to the wives of militants while their husbands languished in prison.
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Tyler Pager / Washington Post:
Harris hires two senior advisers
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Chuck Ross / Washington Free Beacon:
Biden Administration Doles Out $250K to Wuhan Lab-Linked Group
Discussion: Page Array
The Times of Israel:
Over 300 prominent Iraqis publicly call for full peace with Israel
FBI agents question Afghan rescue groups
Budapest to host CPAC in 2022
Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
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 Earlier Items: 
Zusha Elinson / Wall Street Journal:
Police Officers Resist Getting Vaccinated for Covid-19, Now Their No. 1 Killer
Rebecca Shabad / NBC News:
Marjorie Taylor Greene starts screaming match with Democrats over abortion rights bill
Fox News:
Border Patrol stunned as Biden goes to war with his own agents over false ‘whipping’ allegations
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NBC News correspondent Monica Alba announces she is pregnant with her 1st child
Devi Ruia / Data For Progress:
A Supermajority of Voters Support the Freedom to Vote Act
Corporations have given $10 million to the Sedition Caucus
Michelle Goldberg / New York Times:
Why Sex-Positive Feminism Is Falling Out of Fashion
Discussion: Althouse