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10:55 AM ET, January 29, 2023

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Jonathan Allen / NBC News:
Trump kicks off his 2024 campaign: ‘We are at the brink of World War III’  —  Donald Trump took aim at President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, U.S. foreign policy and undocumented immigrants Saturday as he kicked off his bid for a return to the White House with campaign stops in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
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CBS News:
Public sees Biden cooperating with documents investigation; job approval remains unchanged — CBS News poll  —  Slightly more Americans think the Biden administration is handling the classified documents investigation well than badly, with most saying President Biden has tried to cooperate with it.
Paul Steinhauser / Fox News:
EXCLUSIVE: Former CIA spy and GOP Congressman Will Hurd addresses rumors of 2024 presidential run
Kristen Holmes / CNN:
Trump takes aim at DeSantis in first major campaign swing, says he's trying to ‘rewrite history’ on his Covid-19 record  —  Former President Donald Trump took aim at Ron DeSantis Saturday, claiming the Florida governor and his team are “trying to rewrite history” regarding their Covid-19 pandemic response …
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Dan Balz / Washington Post:
Trump's path to GOP nomination is strewn with obstacles  —  Still, a wide field could so divide the race that Trump could take the nomination, as he did in 2016, by winning a plurality of primary voters  —  The past few months have been rough on former president Donald Trump, and the road ahead for him looks similarly rutted.
David Suissa / Jewish Journal:
No, President Biden, the Synagogue Attack Was Not Against the “Civilized World” … We attach ourselves to narratives because they comfort us.  It's comforting to think that the terrorist who murdered seven Jews coming out of a Jerusalem synagogue was striking a blow against “the civilized world,” as President Joe Biden asserted.
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Amber Lee / KTVU-TV:
DePape in bizarre phone call to KTVU says he should have been ‘more prepared’
Wall Street Journal:
The Covert Polish Repair Shop Patching Up Ukrainian Arms  —  Poland has set up a major repair operation aimed at returning damaged Ukrainian artillery and armor to the battlefield  —  WARSAW—In a sprawling factory complex surrounded by derelict buildings, hundreds of technicians …
Discussion: Washington Examiner
Robert Tait / The Guardian:
Pro-western Petr Pavel sweeps to landslide win in race for Czech presidency  —  Champagne flows as former general defeats billionaire populist rival Andrej Babiš by largest margin in the country's history  —  Petr Pavel, a retired general and former senior Nato commander …
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New York Times:
To Fix Its Problems in Ukraine, Russia Turns to the Architect of the War  —  President Vladimir V. Putin is on his third overall commander in Ukraine.  But his military's fundamental issues have not been addressed, Western officials say.  —  WASHINGTON — Gen. Valery V. Gerasimov …
Discussion: Political Wire
New York Times:
Trump's Evolution in Social-Media Exile: More QAnon, More Extremes  —  The former president, now free to post again on Facebook and Twitter, has increasingly amplified far-right accounts on Truth Social.  Experts on extremism worry that he will bring this approach to a far wider audience.
Politico:
At the Pentagon, push to send F-16s to Ukraine picks up steam  —  A contingent of military officials is quietly pushing the Pentagon to approve sending F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine to help the country defend itself from Russian missile and drone attacks, according to three people with knowledge of the discussions.
Mark McGivern / Daily Record:
New trans prisoner storm looms for Nicola Sturgeon over transfer of violent stalker Tiffany Scott  —  Nicola Sturgeon faces another trans storm after a decision was made to house one of Scotland's most violent prisoners in a women's jail.  The Record can reveal that volatile Tiffany Scott …
Discussion: Fox News and Breitbart
Jon Levine / New York Post:
Hunter Biden converted Delaware house with classified documents into home office  —  Hunter Biden apparently turned his father's Wilmington, Del. mansion into a high-powered and possibly compromised home office, wheeling and dealing with some of the same nations whose names have turned …
Discussion: The Gateway Pundit and RedState
Rebecca Robbins / New York Times:
How a Drug Company Made $114 Billion by Gaming the U.S. Patent System  —  AbbVie for years delayed competition for its blockbuster drug Humira, at the expense of patients and taxpayers.  The monopoly is about to end.  —  In 2016, a blockbuster drug called Humira was poised to become a lot less valuable.
 
 
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Rebecca Davis O'Brien / New York Times:
How an Oligarch May Have Recruited the F.B.I. Agent Who Investigated Him
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