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KASW-TV:
Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods dies at 67  —  PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Former Arizona Attorney General and politician Grant Woods died Saturday afternoon.  Woods served as Attorney General from 1991 until 1999 and was a supporter of former senator John McCain.
Discussion: The Hill
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Arizona Republic:
Grant Woods, former Arizona attorney general, dies at 67  —  Craig Harris Maria PollettaArizona Republic  —  Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods, the prosecutor and politician who frequently broke with his longtime party to support Democratic candidates and causes, died Saturday from a heart attack.
Discussion: WTOP
Courtland Jeffrey / KNXV:   Grant Woods, former Arizona Attorney General, has died unexpectedly at age 67
Wall Street Journal:
Facebook Services Are Used to Spread Religious Hatred in India, Internal Documents Show  —  Company researchers say anti-Muslim material is rife and calls to violence coincided with deadly riots last year.  Facebook says it's working to improve enforcement.
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New York Times:
In India, Facebook Struggles to Combat Misinformation and Hate Speech
Mel Leonor / Richmond Times-Dispatch:
Youngkin calls for police in all Virginia schools, tapping into heated school issues to close his campaign  —  1 of 11  —  As many Virginia localities examine the role of police in schools, Republican Glenn Youngkin is calling on every school in the state to have a law enforcement officer on its campus …
Discussion: Washington Post
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Politico:
Dems weigh ditching Medicare expansion and paid leave in eleventh hour of social spending talks  —  Axing either of the two provisions would infuriate progressives and alienate valuable voting blocs.  Yet the party might just have to.  —  Sen. Joe Manchin speaks on Capitol Hill on Oct. 19.
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Washington Post:   Sinema's silence on spending bill vexes many Democrats while she digs in on talks out of public view
Reuters:
Fact Check-Biden talked about corporations not paying ‘a cent’ in town hall hand gesture moment  —  A hand gesture U.S. president Joe Biden made during a CNN town hall in Baltimore on Oct. 21 was in reference to corporations not paying taxes.  Some social media users are isolating a screenshot …
Emily Kopp / CQ.com:
NIH grantee in Wuhan faces questions, deadline for more information  —  A U.S. partner of the Wuhan Institute of Virology manipulated a coronavirus to generate up to 10,000 times the viral load, violating provisions of its National Institutes of Health contract that forbade unregulated research …
Discussion: Vanity Fair
Chelsea Janes / Washington Post:
Travis Tritt, who is against vaccine mandates, to sing national anthem before Game 6 of NLCS  —  ATLANTA — If Game 6 of the National League Championship Series were held at Dodger Stadium, country star Travis Tritt likely would not be willing to perform the national anthem.
Discussion: Twitchy
Daren Butler / Reuters:
Turkey to expel U.S. envoy and nine others, Erdogan says  —  Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that he had told his foreign ministry to expel the ambassadors of the United States and nine other Western countries for demanding the release of philanthropist Osman Kavala.
New York Post:
Alec Baldwin ignored the No. 1 rule of gun safety: Hollywood weapons expert  —  Alec Baldwin failed to follow the No. 1 rule of gun safety before the fatal shooting on the set of “Rust,” a Hollywood weapons expert tells The Post.  —  “Loaded or unloaded, a weapon never gets pointed at another human being …
Discussion: Breitbart, Daily Mail and HotAir
South China Morning Post:
In Germany, Hamburg is at the heart of a growing dilemma over China  —  Hamburg's economic ties with China are stirring concerns it could be exposed to the vagaries of great power politics as US-China tensions spill into global supply chains How to handle that delicate balance of interests …
Discussion: Bloomberg
New York Post:
Hunter Biden's wife seen at SoHo gallery as controversial art show opens  —  The hotly anticipated and controversial solo art show by Hunter Biden finally opened Saturday in SoHo.  —  Workers took down the paper covering the windows and posted Biden's paintings, and Biden's wife stopped by the space.
Washington Post:
White supremacists are returning to Charlottesville.  But this time, they're on trial.  —  As hundreds of white supremacists prepared to descend on Charlottesville in 2017, they hashed out logistics in private chat groups.  They suggested a dress code of polo shirts during the day and shirts with swastikas at night.
Insider:
Facebook undersea cable project marred by ‘frac outs,’ sinkholes, a drone dispute, and buried broken equipment on the Oregon coast  — Regulation of undersea cable projects was passed this year in Oregon, in large part due to Facebook's problems.  — After an initial drilling incident …
Washington Post:
Ahead of Jan. 6, Willard hotel in downtown D.C. was a Trump team ‘command center’ for effort to deny Biden the presidency  —  They called it the “command center,” a set of rooms and suites in the posh Willard hotel a block from the White House where some of President Donald Trump's …
CNN:
Virginia Democrats sue USPS over delayed delivery of election-related material  —  How GOP is trying to push early voting despite skepticism  —  (CNN)The Virginia Democratic Party filed a lawsuit against the US Postal Service on Friday, alleging local branches failed to deliver …
Discussion: Democracy Docket
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Bannon's subpoena defiance is illegal, yet the ‘law and order’ party defends it  —  For anyone who still needs it, most Republican House members last week provided more evidence that the GOP — once the “law-and-order” party — is now the party that coddles criminals.
David E. Sanger / New York Times:
Biden Said the U.S. Would Protect Taiwan.  But It's Not That Clear-Cut.  —  After the president's remarks at a CNN event, the White House quickly declared that the American policy of “strategic ambiguity” over the island's defense had not changed.  —  WASHINGTON — American presidents …
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The Hill:
Biden remarks on Taiwan leave administration scrambling
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit
Daniel Boguslaw / The Intercept:
As Sen. Joe Manchin's Star Rose in West Virginia, the FBI and IRS Probed His Closest Allies … In June 2010, the body of Sen. Robert Byrd lay in repose on the floor of the U.S. Senate, offering his colleagues a final opportunity to pay their respects.  For years, Byrd had lorded …
Discussion: Common Dreams and Raw Story
Ed Yong / The Atlantic:
How Public Health Took Part in Its Own Downfall  —  The field's future lies in reclaiming parts of its past that it willingly abandoned.  —  There was a time, at the start of the 20th century, when the field of public health was stronger and more ambitious.
Thomas Fleming / KFOR-TV:
Oklahoma senator receiving backlash after referring to Asian-American families as ‘yellow’  —  OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - A state senator is receiving backlash after referring to Asian Americans as “yellow families” during a recent interim study focused on racial inequality.
 
 
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Holman W. Jenkins, Jr / Wall Street Journal:
Inflation Is the Mother of Big Political Change
Fox News:
Organized migrant caravan moves toward US, surging past Mexican forces
Discussion: New York Post and The Daily Caller
Wall Street Journal:
Trump's Social-Media Platform Joins Crowded Conservative Media Field
Discussion: Raw Story
Bill McCarthy / PolitiFact:
Newsmax, Fox News air outdated, out-of-context photos of empty shelves in segments bashing Biden
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Gregory Zuckerman / Wall Street Journal:
The Unlikely Outsiders Who Won the Race for a Covid-19 Vaccine
Victoria Bekiempis / The Guardian:
Minnesota politician backs fundraiser for alleged Capitol attackers
Discussion: Star Tribune and Alternet.org
CNN:
January 6 defendant spoke at far-right rally attended by Proud Boys, despite court order against associating with the group
Discussion: Rolling Stone
Alissa Walker / Curbed:
A Federal Transportation Official Deletes Twitter Account to Avoid Elon Musk's Fans
Sam Baker / Axios:
Anti-abortion activists' Supreme Court dreams are coming true
Washington Post:
Residents in decaying public housing see futures on the line as Democrats trim spending bill