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2:20 PM ET, March 27, 2023

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Stephen Neukam / The Hill:
Nashville officials report ‘multiple patients’ from school shooting  —  Emergency officials in Nashville, Tenn., said on Monday they responded to an “active aggressor” at a school in the city with “multiple patients” reported.  —  The Nashville Fire Department said on Twitter that it responded …
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David K. Li / NBC News:
Shooting at Nashville Christian school leaves multiple injured and gunman dead, officials say  —  The “active shooter” incident unfolded at The Covenant School on Burton Hills Boulevard in Nashville.  —  Gunfire erupted at a Tennessee Christian school on Monday with “multiple” …
Washington Post:
6 killed, including 3 children, at Nashville school; shooter also dead  —  Bystander describes police response, emotional parents outside school … Updated just now  —  At least three children and three adults are dead after a shooting at a private Nashville grade school, authorities said Monday.
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
In Waco, Trump stokes anger and valorizes violent actors  —  At a dubiously timed rally, he pairs calls for resistance with tacit assurances that those who did would be defended  —  Donald Trump walked down the steps from his private jet and onto the stage at his rally in Waco, Tex. …
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Stephen Collinson / CNN:
Trump leans into extremism at first 2024 rally as legal woes mount  —  Donald Trump is igniting his White House bid at a moment of unprecedented peril in the criminal investigations against him - a confluence that could send America into a new political and legal collision.
Helen Lewis / The Atlantic:
How Did America's Weirdest, Most Freedom-Obsessed State Fall for an Authoritarian Governor?  —  A journey through Ron DeSantis's magic kingdom In the course of a single month this year, the following news reports emanated from Florida: A gun enthusiast in Tampa built a 55-foot backyard pool shaped …
Discussion: Washington Examiner
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Aaron Rupar / Public Notice:
Trump and DeSantis have the same authoritarian plan to “drain the swamp”  —  It's called Schedule F.  —  Aaron Rupar and Thor Benson  —  When people talk about the differences between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, they often describe Trump as a dangerous but bumbling authoritarian …
Discussion: Newsbusters and The Atlantic
Michael C. Bender / New York Times:
Pro-DeSantis Super PAC Hires Another Former Trump Aide
Cameron Joseph / VICE:
Trump's Favorite Extreme Think Tank Is Jumping Ship for DeSantis
Discussion: Raw Story
Aaron Zitner / Wall Street Journal:
Americans Pull Back From Values That Once Defined U.S., WSJ-NORC Poll Finds  —  Patriotism, religion and hard work hold less importance  —  Patriotism, religious faith, having children and other priorities that helped define the national character for generations are receding in importance to Americans …
Sam Sokol / Haaretz:
Israel's Embassies Shutter Abroad as Diplomats Strike Against Netanyahu-led Overhaul  —  While the strike itself is likely temporary, the government's judicial overhaul has already started to inflict significant damage on Israel's reputation abroad, former Israeli envoy says
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Associated Press:
Israeli president urges Netanyahu to halt legal overhaul  —  Tens of thousands of Israelis demonstrated outside parliament and workers launched a nationwide strike Monday in a dramatic escalation of the mass protest movement aimed at halting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to overhaul the judiciary.
Maayan Lubell / Reuters:
Israel government to delay disputed judiciary bill amid mass protests
Akbar Shahid Ahmed / HuffPost:
Netanyahu Delays Power Grab After Protests Swell
Michael Hauser Tov / Haaretz:   Netanyahu Maintains Public Silence, but Rallies Right-wingers on WhatsApp
Washington Post:
The gun that divides a nation … The AR-15 wasn't supposed to be a bestseller.  —  The rugged, powerful weapon was originally designed as a soldiers' rifle in the late 1950s.  “An outstanding weapon with phenomenal lethality,” an internal Pentagon report raved.
Discussion: Washington Post
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Ashley Parker / Washington Post:   A Southern town embraces its AR-15 factory
Stephen Neukam / The Hill:
Most in new poll say Trump investigations are fair  —  A majority of Americans think that the slate of state and federal investigations into former President Trump are fair, according to a new poll, despite Republican attempts to frame the probes as a left wing witch hunt of the former president.
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Ryan Cooper / American Prospect:
Donald Trump Deserves to Be Indicted
Discussion: Politico
Sarah Fitzpatrick / NBC News:
Ex-Tucker Carlson producer files new claims Fox News lawyers coached her testimony in Dominion lawsuit  —  Abby Grossberg sued Fox last week, alleging she was coerced into giving misleading testimony about the network's election fraud coverage.  She was fired Friday.
Jeffrey S. Solochek / Tampa Bay Times:
Removal of ‘Ruby Bridges’ film from Pinellas school sparks outrage  —  A parent complained that the movie might teach white children to hate Black children.  —  The Disney movie “Ruby Bridges,” which tells the tale of a 6-year-old who integrated New Orleans schools in the 1960s …
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.
John Ganz / Unpopular Front:
The Jock/Creep Theory of Fascism  —  It's Real and It Works … A little while ago, I came up with the idea that that the difference between Italian Fascism and German Nazism was that Fascism essentially had “Jock-Douche” vibes while Nazism had “Creep-Loser” vibes.
Timothy Noah / New Republic:
They're Not Joking: House Republicans Actually Compare Themselves to the Mob  —  Sometime late last year, the leaders of the five power centers within the House Republican caucus started calling themselves the Five Families.  “You know my reference,” Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene …
Discussion: Backbencher and Raw Story
Monmouth University Polling Institute:
4 in 10 Dems Want Biden to Step Aside in 2024  —  But these voters don't have a favored alternate  —  West Long Branch, NJ - Even though most Democrats hold a favorable opinion of President Joe Biden, only one in four would want him to run for a second term.
Discussion: NBC News and New York Post
Alexander Sammon / Slate:
What the Heck Is Joe Biden Thinking Lately?  —  After his historic midterm wins, he's suddenly tacking right.  A new hire may be why.  —  In mid-March, the Biden administration formally approved the Willow oil drilling project on federally owned landed in Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve.
Lauren Hirsch / New York Times:
First Citizens to Acquire Silicon Valley Bank in Government-Backed Deal  —  Banking regulators, which announced the deal late Sunday, had been looking for a buyer since seizing control of the failed bank.  —  First Citizens BancShares will acquire Silicon Valley Bank, the California lender whose collapse …
Center for American Progress:
Tax Cuts Are Primarily Responsible for the Increasing Debt Ratio  —  The need to increase the debt limit1 has focused attention on the size and trajectory of the federal debt.  Long-term projections show2 that federal debt as a percentage of the U.S. economy is on a path to grow indefinitely …
Discussion: Semafor
Nicholas Fandos / New York Times:
The Dual Education of Hakeem Jeffries  —  Shaped by Black Brooklyn and trained by Manhattan's legal elite, the House Democrats' new leader is not easily pigeonholed.  —  The campus at Binghamton University was in uproar.  Whispers of outside agitators swirled among the mostly white student body.
Robert Downen / The Texas Tribune:
Houston GOP official knew for years of child sex abuse claims against Southern Baptist leader, law partner  —  Under oath, outspoken anti-gay activist Jared Woodfill said he was told in 2004 that Paul Pressler had sexually abused a minor.  But Woodfill did not cut ties with the Southern Baptist leader …
Discussion: Houston Chronicle
Scott Jaschik / Inside Higher Ed:
The Role of Politics in Where Students Want to Go to College  —  Study finds that nearly one in four high school seniors said they passed up, out of political concerns, a college they would have initially considered because of its state.  The trend is evident among conservatives and liberals.
Discussion: Forbes
Dustin Volz / Wall Street Journal:
Biden Restricts Use of Commercial Hacking Tools by U.S. Agencies  —  Officials say at least 50 U.S. personnel overseas had been compromised by commercial spyware  —  WASHINGTON—President Biden restricted the use of commercial hacking tools throughout the federal government as officials …
 
 
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Ellen Brostrom / Journal Sentinel:
Dan Kelly's role in conspiracy to overturn 2020 election makes him unfit to serve on Wisconsin Supreme Court
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Jared S. Hopkins / Wall Street Journal:
Drug Middlemen Accused of Price Fixing by Ohio Attorney General
Discussion: Florida Politics
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
In Michigan, an agenda countering the anti-woke GOP frenzy takes shape
Discussion: Lawyers, Guns & Money
Jennifer Rubin / Washington Post:
Jim Jordan doesn't understand his job
Discussion: Raw Story
David Zipper / Vox:
How to save America's public transit systems from a doom spiral
Dylan McGuinness / Houston Chronicle:
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee is running for Houston mayor, scrambling the race for City Hall's top job
Discussion: NBC News and The Daily Caller
Jenni Reid / CNBC:
Humza Yousaf wins leadership election of Scotland's ruling party, set to lead the country
 Earlier Items: 
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
A Republican Spending Problem
Discussion: The Hill
Devan Cole / CNN:
Supreme Court declines to hear Kansas racial gerrymandering case, leaves congressional map in force
Discussion: Fox News and The Hill
Tom Soufi Burridge / ABC News:
Russian jets of newer generation increase ‘dominance’ in combat zone, Ukrainian official says
Discussion: Wall Street Journal
Brian Fung / CNN:
Asian Americans are anxious about hate crimes. TikTok ban rhetoric isn't helping
Discussion: Twitchy
Brittany Gibson / Politico:
Abortion puts New York Republicans on defense
Discussion: Morning Consult
Rachel Hall / The Guardian:
Agatha Christie novels reworked to remove potentially offensive language
 

 
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Ashley Carman / Bloomberg:
Spotify reports Q2 revenue up 20% YoY to €3.8B, MAUs up 14% YoY to 626M, subscribers up 12% YoY to 246M, above est., and €266M operating income; SPOT jumps 12%+

Georg Szalai / The Hollywood Reporter:
Comcast reports Peacock Q2 revenue up 28% YoY to $1B, and a $348M loss, down from $651M in Q2 2023; paying subs were up 38% YoY to 33M but down from 33.5M in Q1

Max Goldbart / Deadline:
BBC plans to lay off 500 more staff by March 2026 and reports a £263M operating deficit in 2023/24, up from £193M in 2022/23, projected to be £492M in 2024/25

 
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