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6:01 PM ET, July 19, 2022

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Washington Post:
Secret Service cannot recover texts; no new details for Jan. 6 committee  —  Listen  —  Gift Article  —  The U.S. Secret Service has determined it has no new texts to provide Congress relevant to its Jan. 6 investigation, and that any other texts its agents exchanged around …
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CNN:
Ex-Trump aide tied to ‘unhinged’ December 2020 White House meeting speaks with January 6 committee  —  (CNN)Former Trump White House aide Garrett Ziegler met Tuesday with the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection.  —  A former aide to then-White House economic …
Politico:
‘Sprint through the finish’: Why the Jan. 6 committee isn't nearly done  —  The Jan. 6 select committee once envisioned a single month packed with hearings.  Then a fire hose of evidence came its way — and now its members have no interest in shutting or even slowing the spigot.
Insider:
US military leaders followed the January 6 attack through news reports and journalists' tweets, according to new Pentagon emails released to Insider under the Freedom of Information Act
Discussion: Political Wire
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Lachlan Markay / Axios:
Profile of a GOP voter: Meddling Dems target hunters, country music lovers
Discussion: New York Post and Associated Press
HuffPost:
Mitt Romney Warns Democrats Against ‘Stupid’ Strategy Of Helping GOP Election Deniers
Discussion: Colorado Public Radio
Washington Post:
Biden could declare climate emergency as soon as this week, sources say  —  White House officials are scrambling to advance the president's environmental agenda after talks with Sen. Joe Manchin III stalled  —  Listen  —  Gift Article  —  President Biden is considering declaring …
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Associated Press:
AP source: Biden holds off on climate emergency declaration  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden will travel to Massachusetts on Wednesday to promote his efforts to combat climate change but will stop short of issuing an emergency declaration that would unlock federal resources to deal with the issue …
Discussion: The Left Place and Political Wire
Politico:
Biden to announce climate actions but not yet declare an ‘emergency’  —  President Joe Biden will announce new steps to combat climate change, but will stop short of declaring a national emergency that would unlock new tools for driving down greenhouse gases, the White House said Tuesday.
NBC News:
White House begins the search for fresh communications team  —  Longtime Biden adviser Anita Dunn is interviewing candidates to replace departing top communications members.  —  The White House is considering a major overhaul of its press and communications shop in the coming weeks …
Discussion: Politico and Bloomberg
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NBC News:
Man arrested near Jill Biden's motorcade  —  A man was arrested after allegedly interfering with first lady Jill Biden's motorcade and then tussling with Secret Service officers, authorities said Tuesday.  —  The incident happened at 5:02 p.m. EDT on Monday when the suspect …
Discussion: The Hill, USA Today and ABC News
Zachary Leeman / Mediaite:
Group Offering Bounties for Supreme Court Justice Locations Wants to ‘Shut Down’ Congressional Baseball Game: They 'Don't Deserve Peace'  —  Liberal activist group ShutDownDC is promising massive protests at the upcoming Congressional Baseball Game shortly after offering money bounties …
Discussion: Fox News and Twitchy
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Jessie Balmert / The Columbus Dispatch:
Redistricting: Ohio Supreme Court rejects congressional map used in May, orders new one
Discussion: Plain Dealer and Insider
Ryan King / Washington Examiner:
Ohio Supreme Court scraps state's congressional map with midterm elections just months away
Discussion: Associated Press
ABC News:
Ocasio-Cortez, other House Democrats arrested in abortion rights protest at the Supreme Court  —  Police accused the group of participating in “illegal demonstration activity.”  —  Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is detained after participating in a sit in with activists from Center …
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Cassidy Morrison / Washington Examiner:
AOC among several Democrats arrested outside Supreme Court during Roe protest
Alec MacGillis / The Atlantic:
The Cause of the Crime Wave Is Hiding in Plain Sight  —  This article is a collaboration between The Atlantic and ProPublica.  —  On December 31, 2020, a 40-year-old man named Leon Casiquito walked into Kelly Liquors on Route 66 in Albuquerque and tried to shoplift a bottle of tequila.
Discussion: HotAir
Kevin Breuninger / CNBC:
Sen. Lindsey Graham agrees to accept subpoena in Trump election meddling case  — Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina will accept a subpoena for his testimony issued by a Georgia grand jury investigating possible election meddling in the 2020 presidential election by then-President Donald Trump.
Discussion: Associated Press
Jamelle Bouie / New York Times:
Joe Manchin Is a Symptom, but It's the Senate That's Sick  —  Seventy-two percent of likely voters, according to the left-leaning polling group Data for Progress, want the federal government to increase its tax incentives for solar, wind and other clean energy projects.
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Marc Caputo / NBC News:
‘Miss Frijoles’ attack roils Latino-heavy congressional race in Texas  —  A Texas blogger paid by Democratic Rep. Vicente Gonzalez's campaign is attacking Republican opponent Rep. Mayra Flores as “Miss Frijoles” and a “cotton-pickin' liar,” prompting a wave of denunciations by fellow Democrats.
Timothy Nerozzi / Fox News:
Former NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio drops out of congressional race  —  Former Mayor Bill de Blasio says it is time for him to exit electoral politics  —  Fox News Flash top headlines for July 19  —  Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has dropped out of the race for New York's 10th …
Discussion: Politico, ABC News and Discourse Blog
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Zachary Faria / Washington Examiner:
New York City public schools are bleeding students after two years of COVID-19 restrictions
Discussion: Fox News, The Stream and Based Politics
Washington Post:
U.S. says Bannon ‘chose to show contempt’ … Listen  —  Gift Article  —  Opening statements in the federal trial of former Trump adviser Stephen K. Bannon wrapped up Tuesday afternoon, with prosecutors arguing that Bannon “decided he was above the law” and Bannon's defense saying the case …
Discussion: National Review
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Fox News:
Judge denies Steve Bannon's request for delay to criminal contempt trial
Wall Street Journal:
Facebook Shifts Resources From News to Focus on Creator Economy  —  Senior executive tells employees that News tab and Bulletin newsletter platform will be put on the back burner  —  Meta Platforms Inc.'s Facebook META 5.11%▲ is reallocating resources from its Facebook News tab …
Isaac Chotiner / New Yorker:
Alan Dershowitz's Martha's Vineyard Cancellation  —  Recently, the emeritus Harvard law professor has felt shunned at his usual haunts.  Is it “cancel culture,” or something else?  —  Alan Dershowitz became one of the most famous lawyers in America by representing high-profile clients …
Tyler Durden / ZeroHedge News:
Place Where Biden Face-Planted Off Bike Is Named ‘Brandon Falls’ On Google Maps  —  Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News,  —  The place where Joe Biden face planted into the concrete falling off his bike last month has been named as ‘Brandon Falls’ on Google Maps.
CNN:
Why the January 6 hearings could be a game changer  —  Former AG Barr slams Trump's election fraud claims  —  Katherine Clayton is a PhD candidate in political science at Stanford University.  Her research focuses on public opinion about democracy in the US and abroad.
Discussion: FiveThirtyEight
Andrew Solender / Axios:
GOP faces conscience vote on marriage equality  —  House Republican leadership isn't telling their members how to vote on a bill to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act and codify federal recognition for same-sex and interracial marriages but is instead advising them to vote their conscience, a senior GOP aide told Axios.
 
 
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Quin Hillyer / Washington Examiner:
The ideals — and homes — of Madison and Jefferson are worth defending from leftists
Alexander Bolton / The Hill:
McConnell: Trump will face ‘crowded’ GOP field if he runs for president
Rebecca Beitsch / The Hill:
Justice Department probe into Trump won't stop if he announces 2024 run: Deputy AG
Discussion: Bloomberg and Vox
Paul Schwartzman / Washington Post:
Do Jewish New Yorkers care about identity politics? Jerry Nadler hopes so.
Kate Ackley / Roll Call:
Ohio Senate candidate Vance asking donors to help pay debts
Discussion: Political Wire
Daniel Meloy / Detroit Catholic:
Michigan coach Harbaugh, Fr. Riccardo urge ‘courage’ in defending unborn life
Timothy Bella / Washington Post:
Doctor in 10-year-old's abortion case takes legal step against Indiana AG
 Earlier Items: 
Military.com:
How a Church Allegedly Scammed Millions in VA Money from Vets
New York Times:
How ‘Stop the Steal’ Captured the American Right
Discussion: Election Law Blog
Financial Times:
Nancy Pelosi's plan to visit Taiwan prompts outrage from China
Alayna Treene / Axios:
Maggie Hassan's lucky break
Discussion: The Daily Wire