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9:50 PM ET, March 26, 2023

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Ben Samuels / Haaretz:
Thousands Take to Streets After Netanyahu Fires Defense Minister  — Supreme Court gives Netanyahu a week to respond to petition  — Movement for Quality Government in Israel calls on court to punish Netanyahu  — Agriculture Minister plans to vote for overhaul legislation
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Patrick Kingsley / New York Times:
Israel Boils as Netanyahu Ousts Minister Who Bucked Court Overhaul  —  Protests broke out shortly after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired the defense minister, who had called for a halt to efforts to weaken the judiciary.  —  Reporting from Jerusalem
Haaretz:
Netanyahu Fires Defense Minister Gallant for Calling to Stop Judicial Overhaul  —  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Likud's Yoav GallantCredit: Avi Ohayon/GPO  — Supreme Court gives Netanyahu a week to respond to petition  — Movement for Quality Government in Israel calls on court to punish Netanyahu
Ari Rabinovitch / Reuters:
Netanyahu sacks defence minister, sparking mass protests
New York Times:
Twitter Says Parts of Its Source Code Were Leaked Online  —  The leak adds to the challenges facing the Elon Musk-owned company, which is trying to unmask the person responsible and any other people who downloaded the code.  —  Parts of Twitter's source code, the underlying computer code …
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New York Times:
Elon Musk Values Twitter at $20 Billion  —  The billionaire bought the social media company for $44 billion in October and took it private.  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Elon Musk said Twitter is now worth about $20 billion, according to an email he sent the company's employees on Friday …
David French / New York Times:
At the Waco Rally and Beyond, Trump's Movement Now Commands Him  —  The most telling exchange in Donald Trump's Waco, Texas, rally on Saturday didn't come from Trump himself.  It came at the beginning, when the aging rock star Ted Nugent was warming up the crowd.  “I want my money back,” he yelled.
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Will Bunch / The Philadelphia Inquirer:
Hating the people who hate Trump is the only force that moves GOP voters
Politico:   Playbook: The return of ‘crazy town’
Jay Kuo / The Status Kuo:   The Week Ahead  —  Today's week ahead first takes a peek behind us at the events of last week …
Mike Copeland / Waco Tribune-Herald:
Trump draws thousands to Waco rally, sticks with familiar themes
Josh Kraushaar / Axios:
DeSantis shows early state strength in Iowa and N.H. polls  —  Two new polls from a top Republican polling firm — provided exclusively to Axios — find Florida Gov. DeSantis is running more competitively with former President Trump in Iowa and New Hampshire than he is faring in national surveys.
Discussion: The Hill and National Review
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Brian Klaas / The Atlantic:
Rule By Law in Florida
Discussion: Wired
David French / New York Times:
The Potential Trump Indictment Is Unwise  —  For the first time in American history, a hotly anticipated indictment of a former American president may actually be handed up.  Manhattan's district attorney, Alvin L. Bragg, seems set to bring charges related to Donald Trump's allegedly paying off …
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E.J. Dionne Jr / Washington Post:
Why we're still stuck in Trump's world
Discussion: Boston Herald
Peter Wade / Rolling Stone:
Trump Attacks on Manhattan DA Are ‘Ill-Advised,’ His Attorney Admits
Sophia Cai / Axios:
Trump suggests DA “dropped” Stormy case
David Smith / The Guardian:
Trump describes 2024 election as ‘the final battle’ from podium in Waco
The Texas Tribune:
Texas Observer, legendary crusading liberal magazine, is closing and laying off its staff  —  The 68-year-old progressive publication, which published Ronnie Dugger, Molly Ivins and Kaye Northcott, hit financial troubles and wasn't able to broaden its audience, board members said.
Craig Simpson / Telegraph:
Agatha Christie classics latest to be rewritten for modern sensitivities  —  Poirot and Miss Marple mysteries have original passages reworked or removed in new editions published by HarperCollins.  —  Agatha Christie novels have been rewritten for modern sensitivities, The Telegraph can reveal.
The White House:
Statement from NSC Spokesperson Adrienne Watson on Developments in Israel  —  We are deeply concerned by today's developments out of Israel, which further underscore the urgent need for compromise.  As the President recently discussed with Prime Minister Netanyahu, democratic values have always been …
Discussion: The Hill
John Blake / CNN:
What's ‘digital blackface?’  And why is it wrong when White people use it?  —  Maybe you shared that viral video of Kimberly “Sweet Brown” Wilkins telling a reporter after narrowly escaping an apartment fire, “Ain't nobody got time for that!”  —  Perhaps you posted that meme …
David Smith / The Guardian:
'It's all about trolling': how far-right influencers are shaping Republican narrative  —  With the old media order losing ground, a new cadre of extreme voices has emerged, precipitating a GOP shift to Maga populism  —  He has a platform that most politicians would envy.
Joshua Rhett Miller / New York Post:
Hollywood's top Native American producer is a fake, activists claim  —  One of Hollywood's leading Native American figures is being accused of faking her claims of Cherokee heritage, The Post can reveal.  —  Award-winning Heather Rae, 56, serves on the Academy of Motion Pictures' Indigenous Alliance …
New York Times:
Steve Cohen's Amazin', Maddening, Money-Losing Bid to Own New York  —  Once a symbol of Wall Street excess, Cohen has invested lavishly in the Mets, becoming the most beloved billionaire in Queens.  Is that enough to reverse team history?  —  PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Around early 2020 …
Michael M. Phillips / Wall Street Journal:
Al Qaeda Closes In on a Stalwart U.S. Ally in Africa  —  In a city in Ghana, a fight between ethnic groups is the kind of bitter local dispute Islamist militants often exploit  —  BAWKU, Ghana—The good news according to Salifu Bashru, an elder of the Mamprusi people, is that if al Qaeda militants attack …
 
 
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Heather Long / Washington Post:
The number of workers below $15 has halved — but the fight isn't done
The Times of Israel:
Universities announce strike from tomorrow morning over judicial overhaul
William Wan / Washington Post:
She lost her trans son to suicide. Can a Kentucky lawmaker make her colleagues care?
Reuters:
Lebanon wakes up in two time zones as clock change row deepens divisions
Discussion: Bloomberg and Reuters
Al Jazeera:
NATO condemns Putin for ‘dangerous’ nuclear rhetoric
Associated Press:
Biden's Justice Dept. keeps hard line in death row cases
 Earlier Items: 
Albert Hunt / The Hill:
Pundit of venom and division: Newt Gingrich has not changed
April Rubin / New York Times:
George Washington University Is Moving on From ‘Colonials’
Nate Monroe / Florida Times Union:
Hi America, now Ron DeSantis is your problem, too
Institute for the Study of War:
Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, March 25, 2023
Discussion: Bloomberg and New York Post
NBC News:
How did a police chase in Mississippi end with an innocent woman shot in her bedroom?
CNN:
Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna announces he won't seek California Senate seat, endorses Rep. Barbara Lee
Joseph Menn / Washington Post:
Indicted Chinese exile controls Gettr social media site, ex-employees say
Discussion: Political Wire