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1:40 PM ET, August 5, 2022

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Emily Cochrane / New York Times:
Sinema Agrees to Climate and Tax Deal, Clearing the Way for Votes  —  The Arizona Democrat had been her party's last remaining holdout on the package, now slated to move forward on Saturday and pass the Senate within days.  —  WASHINGTON — Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Democrat of Arizona …
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Jonathan Bernstein / Bloomberg:
A Biden Surprise: Bipartisan Foreign Policy
Scott Malone / Reuters:
Key U.S. Senator Sinema agrees to $430 billion drug, energy bill
New York Times:
Republicans Begin Adjusting to a Fierce Abortion Backlash  —  After Kansans voted to preserve abortion access, Republicans who once said the economy reigns supreme are acknowledging the issue will be a centerpiece in the fall campaigns.  —  Republican candidates, facing a stark reality check …
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Bill Scher / Washington Monthly:
The Ads That Won the Kansas Abortion Referendum  —  Three months ago, after the leak of the Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, the House Pro-Choice Caucus caused a stir by, ironically, deeming the word choice to be “harmful language.”  It encouraged the use of the word decision instead.
Peggy Noonan / Wall Street Journal:
What Pro-Lifers Should Learn From Kansas
Ben Paviour / VPM.org:
Yesli Vega questions whether liberal states' abortion laws are ‘acceptable’
Discussion: Blue Virginia
Kimberly Ross / Washington Examiner:
What the Kansas abortion decision will mean for the midterm elections — and beyond
Paul Wiseman / Associated Press:
US employers add 528,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%  —  Defying anxiety about a possible recession and raging inflation, America's employers added a stunning 528,000 jobs last month, restoring all the jobs lost in the coronavirus recession.  Unemployment fell to 3.5%, lowest since the pandemic struck in early 2020.
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Lydia DePillis / New York Times:
U.S. Job Growth Unexpectedly Soared in July: Live Updates  —  Here's what you need to know:  —  U.S. jobs report shows a gain of 528,000 in July.  —  Monthly change in jobs  —  +600,000 jobs  —  +528,000  —  +400,000  —  +200,000  —  July  —  Oct.  —  Jan.  —  April  —  July
Washington Post:
Employers added 528,000 jobs in July, shattering expectations
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Kate Davidson / Politico:   Summers warns of ‘economic distress’ as Fed's Powell holds out hope
Associated Press:
China halts climate, military ties over Pelosi Taiwan visit  —  China on Friday said it is canceling or suspending dialogue with the United States on a range of issues from climate change to military relations and anti-drug efforts in retaliation for a visit this week to Taiwan by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
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Washington Post:
White House summons Chinese ambassador as crisis escalates  —  Ambassador Qin Gang was called to the White House after China launched ballistic missiles in response to a visit to Taiwan by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  —  The White House has summoned China's ambassador to condemn …
Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Announces China's Sanctions on U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
David Gelles / New York Times:
How Republicans Are ‘Weaponizing’ Public Office Against Climate Action  —  A Times investigation revealed a coordinated effort by state treasurers to use government muscle and public funds to punish companies trying to reduce greenhouse gases.  —  Nearly two dozen Republican state treasurers around …
Erin Mansfield / USA Today:
Trump PAC formed to push debunked voter fraud claims paid $60K to Melania Trump's fashion designer  —  The payments to Hervé Pierre Braillard offer a window into the many ways Trump, who is not a candidate for office, is allowed to use his PAC money.  —  The fund affiliated …
Discussion: The Hill, PoliticusUSA and Raw Story
Alec Dent / The Dispatch:
The New Right Finds a Home at the Intersection of Populism and Elitism  —  Rising stars of the new right publicly bash elites for being disconnected from ‘real America’ while privately maintaining exclusive social lives.  —  Georgetown cocktail parties have long been a quick and easy target on the right …
Discussion: Outside the Beltway
Puck:
Kellyanne's Comeback  —  Last month I reported that veteran G.O.P. strategist (and former DeSantis hand) Susie Wiles was the lead contender to run Trump's 2024 campaign.  Wiles, who currently oversees his political operation, was a natural contender.  She's a steady presence whom Trump trusts implicitly …
Discussion: RedState and Twitchy
Timothy Nerozzi / Fox News:
First Texas bus of migrants arrives in NYC  —  Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has previously sent thousands of migrants to Washington DC  —  Fox News Flash top headlines for August 5  —  The first busload of illegal migrants from Texas has been dropped off in New York City.
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Michael Brendan Dougherty / National Review:
The Leader of the Opposition  —  Will conservatives look back on the last two years and longer and recognize that DeSantis was their leader even while Trump was still in office?  —  By announcing the suspension of a state attorney who publicly pledged not to enforce state laws …
Parker Molloy / The Present Age:
How right-wing commentators like Alex Jones ride mainstream media outlets to fame and fortune  —  When mainstream media outlets decide to interview right-wing trolls like Jones, they're paving the way for the fringe's future success.  —  I was on mushrooms the first time I heard Alex Jones's voice.
Nick Iannelli / WTOP News:
Lightning strikes near White House kills 2, injures 2 others  —  A couple from Janesville, Wisconsin, died after a lightning strike in Lafayette Square, the public park right next to the White House.  —  Two others were were left with critical injuries Thursday night.  —  D.C. police tell WTOP the couple died overnight.
Washington Examiner:
Brittney Griner's sentence is a disgrace, but Viktor Bout must not be released  —  Russia's sentencing of WNBA star Brittney Griner to nine years in prison is an outrage.  This ruling shames Russian honor and crystallizes the utter rot of its justice system.
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Chantal Da Silva / NBC News:
Russia says it's ready to discuss prisoner swap with U.S. after Griner gets 9 years in prison
iRobot Corporation:
Amazon and iRobot sign an agreement for Amazon to acquire iRobot  —  Since introducing the Roomba vacuum in 2002, iRobot has continued to delight customers with every product generation, saving customers valuable time previously spent on household chores  —  The team at iRobot …
John Wagner / Washington Post:
Fetterman to hold first campaign rally since suffering a stroke in May  —  Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, the Democratic Senate nominee, will hold his first public rally next week since suffering a near-deadly stroke four days before the May 17 primary election, his campaign announced Friday.
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Holly Otterbein / Politico:
Fetterman to hold first campaign event since stroke next Friday
Discussion: NBC News
Claire Suddath / Bloomberg:
A Very Dangerous Place to Be Pregnant Is Getting Even Scarier  —  Once a week, Adrian Billings drives his white Chevy pickup from his home in Alpine, Texas, to Presidio, a city along the Mexican border.  This summer he's been taking his son Blake, who's home from college, with him.
David Wasserman / Cook Political Report:
Five House Rating Changes: Bacon Moves to Toss Up, MI-03 Moves to Lean Democrat  —  Kansas's emphatic rejection of an amendment to roll back abortion protections confirmed House Democrats' fall message: they'll use Dobbs to squeeze pro-life Republicans in Biden-won seats like Rep. Don Bacon …
Amnesty International:
Ukraine: Ukrainian fighting tactics endanger civilians  — Military bases set up in residential areas including schools and hospitals  — Attacks launched from populated civilian areas  — Such violations in no way justify Russia's indiscriminate attacks, which have killed and injured countless civilians
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Laura Bassett / Jezebel:
4,500 Tips About Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Were Punted to Trump White House, FBI Director Admits  —  Bama RushTok Is Back, Baby  —  Alex Jones Must Pay Sandy Hook Parents Over $4 Million, Jury Decides  —  Ron DeSantis Suspended a County Prosecutor Who Pledged Not to Go After Abortion Providers
 
 
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Andy Meek / Forbes:
More People Are Watching Greg Gutfeld's Late-Night Show On Fox Than Anything On CNN Or MSNBC
Joanna Slater / Washington Post:
He started a movement to help drug users. He couldn't save himself.
Nellie Bowles / Common Sense:
TGIF: They/Them/She/Her  —  Nancy Pelosi goes to Taiwan.  Demi Lovato becomes a woman again.
New York Times:
A Large Object Landed on His Sheep Farm. It Came From Space.
Discussion: Althouse and Bloomberg
CNN:
‘Bull in a China shop’: Ukrainian-born GOP lawmaker rankles colleagues with her aggressive criticism of Kyiv
 Earlier Items: 
Gus Garcia-Roberts / Washington Post:
A horse track with no rules
Insider:
Former Trump advisor Peter Navarro suggests Jared Kushner faked his cancer diagnosis for sympathy to sell his memoir
Discussion: Mediaite
David Horowitz / Front Page Magazine:
Shame of the Nation  —  The root cause of the American crisis is the moral depravity of the ‘Woke’ progressives.
Rachel Wearmouth / New Statesman:
Rishi Sunak boasted of taking money from “deprived urban areas” to help wealthy towns
Discussion: Bloomberg and Metro.co.uk
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
Gannett reports disastrous financial results; layoffs are coming
Michael Kruse / Politico:
'There's Never Been Anybody Like Him in the United States Senate'
Discussion: CBS News
Jerusalem Demsas / The Atlantic:
The Billionaire's Dilemma  —  Usually when rich people rage against the possibility …