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BBC:
Tory MP Sir David Amess dies after stabbing  —  Conservative MP Sir David Amess has died after being stabbed at his constituency surgery in Essex.  —  Police said a man was arrested on suspicion of murder after the stabbing at a church in Leigh-on-Sea.  —  They said they recovered a knife …
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Meridith McGraw / Politico:
Trump allies eye election law push should he be reelected  —  Even before he lost his reelection bid, former President Donald Trump has been obsessed with challenging and changing election laws.  Should he find himself back in the White House, his allies are hoping to turn that obsession into legislative action.
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Washington Post:
Trump asserts his dominance inside GOP, pushing Republicans to embrace his false claims of fraud
Matt Gertz / Media Matters for America:
Tucker Carlson's snide dismissal of paternity leave is in stark contrast to his colleagues' fervent support  —  Fox News host Tucker Carlson dismissed the importance of paternity leave while taking an anti-gay swing at Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on Thursday.
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Politico:
Can Pete Buttigieg have it all?  —  Welcome to POLITICO's West Wing Playbook, your guide to the people and power centers in the Biden administration.  With Allie Bice.  —  PETE BUTTIGIEG has been MIA.  —  While U.S. ports faced anchor-to-anchor traffic and Congress nearly melted …
Jennifer Oliver O'Connell / RedState:
Pete Buttigieg Returns to D.C. From Playing House, and Is About as Useful as When He Wasn't Here
Discussion: Breitbart and Twitchy
Elisha Fieldstadt / Associated Press:
Nikolas Cruz plans to plead guilty to 17 counts of murder for 2018 Parkland school shooting  —  Nikolas Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school shooting  —  Nikolas Cruz plans to plead guilty to 17 murder counts in the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, his lawyers said.
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Harper Neidig / The Hill:
DOJ to ask Supreme Court to block Texas abortion law
New York Times:
Science vs. bureaucracy  —  For the 15 million Americans who have received the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine, the confusing messages from the federal government just keep coming.  —  An F.D.A. advisory panel is scheduled to vote today on whether J. & J. recipients should receive a booster shot.
Discussion: CNN, Reason and Financial Times
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Politico:
FDA panel endorses broad use of Johnson & Johnson booster shot  —  The independent vaccine experts' vote came after an hours-long discussion of the underlying data J&J submitted to the FDA.  —  A pharmacist administers a Pfizer COVID-19 booster vaccination in California.  Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Davis Winkie / Military Times:
Day 1 of outspoken Marine's trial brings guilty plea and political sideshow  —  CAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina — When Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller's defense team called Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, to the virtual witness stand Thursday afternoon, the tablet showing her Zoom testimony …
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Kaelan Deese / Washington Examiner:
Woman becomes ‘combative’ attempting assault on Capitol Police officers with baseball bat  —  A woman in Washington, D.C. , “became combative” and attempted to assault Capitol Police officers on Friday using a baseball bat , authorities said Friday.  —  The woman, who was identified …
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Dan Mangan / CNBC:
Capitol Police officer Michael Riley charged with cover-up of other person's role in Jan. 6 riot
Alex Pareene / The AP (Alex Pareene) Newsletter:
What Is Kyrsten Sinema Doing?  —  In one respect, that's an easy question to answer: Kyrsten Sinema is attempting to derail the reconciliation bill, or, failing that, to at least vastly pare back its more progressive elements, on behalf of the donors and lobbyists whose interests she represents.
Zeynep Tufekci / New York Times:
The Unvaccinated May Not Be Who You Think  —  Back when a viral pandemic killing millions around the world was just the plot of a scary movie, the film “Contagion” was lauded for how accurately it depicted the way such an outbreak would occur.  —  On the science of viral contagion …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
Nick Miroff / Washington Post:
Biden administration says it's ready to restore ‘Remain in Mexico’ along border next month  —  The Biden administration is prepared to reimplement the Trump-era border policy known as the Migrant Protection Protocols in mid-November if the Mexican government agrees to accept the return …
David Shepardson / Reuters:
U.S. to lift curbs from Nov. 8 for vaccinated foreign travelers - official  —  The White House will announce on Friday it will lift travel restrictions for fully vaccinated foreign nationals effective Nov. 8, at land borders and for air travel, a White House official said.
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KCRW:
Biden has 99 problems and the ports back logs are just one  —  Listen 50 min MORE  —  The Port of Los Angeles will now be running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, under a new plan announced by President Biden.  Right now his administration is juggling a lot of problems that are weighing …
Discussion: CNN, RedState and Chicago Sun-Times
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Kelly Laco / Fox News:
Southern California Dems distancing from Biden admin on supply chain crisis, oil spill disaster
Discussion: ABC News
Wall Street Journal:
Federal Judges or Their Brokers Traded Stocks of Litigants During Cases  —  Dozens of judges have reported share purchases and sales made while they presided in suits involving those companies, a WSJ investigation found  —  Mary Geiger Lewis acquired Walmart Inc. stock.
James Clayton / BBC:
Apple takes down Koran app in China  —  Apple has taken down one of the world's most popular Koran apps in China, following a request from officials.  —  Quran Majeed is available across the world on the App Store - and has nearly 150,000 reviews.  It is used by millions of Muslims.
Tara Palmeri / Politico:
POLITICO Playbook: Models and bottles: When Melania's pal Paolo blew through D.C.  —  DRIVING THE DAY  —  This is the story of what happened when a notorious New York City playboy not named DONALD TRUMP tried to replicate his act in Washington.  —  Few people are more intertwined with Donald and MELANIA TRUMP than PAOLO ZAMPOLLI.
Discussion: Raw Story
Megan Carpentier / Oxygen Official Site:
Native American Woman In Oklahoma Convicted Of Manslaughter Over Miscarriage  —  Brittney Poolaw faces four years in prison for a miscarriage she suffered less than halfway through her pregnancy.  —  Prosectors in Oklahoma successfully argued to a jury this month that a woman who had a miscarriage …
Discussion: Reason, Alternet.org and Boing Boing
Katie Notopoulos / BuzzFeed News:
How Celebrity Gossip Site Crazy Days And Nights Went QAnon  —  It was early June and “Penny Farthing” had finally had enough.  —  “I've been a faithful reader of this site since like 2008 but I have just about had enough of the QAnon garbage that gets posted lately.
Tal Axelrod / The Hill:
Two GOP incumbents vow to run in redrawn West Virginia district  —  Redistricting in West Virginia is pitting two GOP House incumbents against each other in a newly drawn district, the first instance of the process forcing two lawmakers to run against each other as a result of new lines informed by the 2020 census.
Discussion: Political Wire
Jackie Calmes / Los Angeles Times:
Why journalists are failing the public with ‘both-siderism’ in political coverage  —  American politics has changed dramatically since my post-Watergate generation of journalists began covering the story.  Political journalism hasn't kept up.  —  For years it was easy to cover “both sides” …
Christian Spencer / The Hill:
After white students displayed Confederate flag at school, Black students suspended for planning protest  —  Story at a glance:  — White students at Coosa High School in Georgia waved the Confederate flag and hurled racial slurs leading up to homecoming.  — The students with the Confederate flag did not face repercussions.
Discussion: TheGrio
Jay Nordlinger / National Review:
‘Be Human’  —  Notes on a gathering of democracy leaders and human-rights activists  —  Someone says to me, “Jay, this is Andrei.”  I say, “Hi, Andrei.”  Then I look at his name tag, which includes his last name.  My eyes widen.  My heart skips a beat or two.
 
 
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American Greatness:
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Luke Rosiak / The Daily Wire:
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Minnie Chan / South China Morning Post:
Upgrades for Chinese military airbases facing Taiwan hint at war plans
Discussion: The Sun
Greg Bluestein / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Warnock raises $9.5M over 3 months in bid to defend Senate seat
Discussion: CNN, The Hill, Forbes and Just Security
David Siders / Politico:
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Carrie Johnson / NPR:
Fired FBI official Andrew McCabe wins retirement benefits and back pay in settlement