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1:35 PM ET, April 2, 2023


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Alisa Wiersema / ABC News:
ABC News exclusive: Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces 2024 presidential run  —  He says that Trump should drop out of the race given his recent indictment.  —  Speaking to ABC News' Jonathan Karl, former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson announces his plan to run for the Republican presidential nomination.
Kelly Garrity / Politico:
Asa Hutchinson announces presidential bid, says Trump should withdraw from race  —  “I am going to be running,” the former Arkansas governor said.  —  Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is running for president in 2024, he said Sunday.  —  “I am going to be running.
Andrew Demillo / Associated Press:
Hutchinson launches GOP 2024 bid, calls on Trump to drop out  —  Asa Hutchinson, who spent two terms as governor of Arkansas, will seek the Republican presidential nomination, positioning himself as an alternative to Donald Trump just days after the former president was indicted by a grand jury in New York.
Former Arkansas Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces White House bid
Discussion: USA Today
David Leonhardt / New York Times:
Maggie Haberman on Donald Trump  —  We talk with a Trump reporter to prepare you for the week when he will likely be arrested.  —  Donald Trump is expected to fly to New York this week from his home in Florida to be arrested.  For now, the specific charges are unknown because the indictment is under seal …
Katelyn Polantz / CNN:
Trump legal team will look to challenge ‘every potential issue’ once indictment is unsealed  —  Donald Trump's legal team will look to challenge “every potential issue” in his indictment once the charges are unsealed, an attorney for the former president said Sunday.
Victor Swezey / The Daily Beast:
WATCH: One Trump Lawyer Shades Another on Live TV
Jared Gans / The Hill:
Jeb Bush questions Trump indictment, says jury should be ‘the voters’
Benjamin Wittes / Dog Shirt Daily:
My Twitter Account Has Been Suspended  —  Elon Musk protects the russian embassy against an April Fools joke  —  Good Evening.  —  I decided when I woke up this morning and saw PwnAllTheThings having fun impersonating the Russian foreign ministry on Twitter that my Twitter account might not survive this April Fools Day.
Discussion: CNN
Vivian Salama / Wall Street Journal:
Blinken Calls on Russian Counterpart to Release Evan Gershkovich  —  U.S. Secretary of State tells Sergei Lavrov that the continued detention of the correspondent is unacceptable  —  WASHINGTON—Secretary of State Antony Blinken pressed his Russian counterpart for the release …
Jane Pauley / CBS News:
Sen. John Fetterman on depression, recovery, and “making up any lost time”  —  At six foot eight, Sen. John Fetterman is still a formidable man, despite two serious assaults on his health in less than a year: he suffered a stroke last May, and after a private struggle for years …
Cafe explosion in St Petersburg kills military blogger  —  An explosion in a St Petersburg cafe has killed prominent Russian military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky, Russia's Interior Ministry has confirmed.  —  At least 16 people were injured in the Street Bar Cafe explosion, police say.
Michael Scherer / Washington Post:
No Labels group raises alarms with third-party presidential preparations  —  It has money, name-brand political backers and declines to describe either President Biden or Donald Trump as acceptable candidates  —  Former senator Joe Lieberman knows better than most the impact third-party bids can have on presidential elections.
Discussion: NBC News
Institute for the Study of War:
Russian Offensive Campaign Assessment, April 1, 2023  —  April 1, 9 pm ET  —  Click here to see ISW's interactive map of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.  This map is updated daily alongside the static maps present in this report.  —  Click here to access ISW's archive of interactive …
Discussion: The Hill
Patrick Marley / Washington Post:
Expensive court race will decide future of abortion in Wisconsin  —  Voters will decide Tuesday if conservative or liberal judges control the Wisconsin Supreme Court ahead of decisions on abortion and redistricting.  —  ELKHART LAKE, Wis. — Tuesday's election for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court …
Reid J. Epstein / New York Times:   Democrats Run on Abortion, Even for Offices With Little Say on the Issue
Mikhail Shishkin / The Guardian:
‘My country has fallen out of time’: Russian author Mikhail Shishkin's letter to an unknown Ukrainian  —  A year after Putin's invasion, the award-winning novelist reflects on the silence of his compatriots, the betrayal of his mother tongue, and his hopes for the future  —  My dearest one,
Discussion: Los Angeles Times
Aaron Sibarium / Washington Free Beacon:
Federal Judges Say They Won't Hire Clerks From Stanford Law School  —  James Ho and Elizabeth Branch, who announced a clerkship boycott of Yale Law last year, are adding Stanford to the list  —  “We will not hire any student who chooses to attend Stanford Law School in the future,” Ho …
Ashley Capoot / CNBC:
Starbucks fired the employee responsible for igniting the Starbucks Workers United union campaign  — Starbucks fired Alexis Rizzo, the employee responsible for igniting the Starbucks Workers United union campaign, CNBC confirmed.  — Rizzo worked as a shift supervisor at Starbucks …
Discussion: CNN
New York Times:
Venice Is Saved!  Woe Is Venice.  —  In the middle of the night, as the tide rose, winds whipped and waves grew, an engineer in a command center on an artificial island on the rim of the Venice lagoon clicked an arrow on his screen reading, “Lift.”  —  Deep underwater, at the four mouths …
Discussion: Eschaton
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
Over 24 hours, rumblings of a reckoning for the right  —  It started at the top, late Thursday afternoon.  —  Reporters staking out the clerk's office at the New York County Criminal Court building noticed an unusual commotion.  After the media was steered out of the area …
Jonathan Weisman / New York Times:
Trump and Fox News, Twin Titans of Politics, Hit With Back-to-Back Rebukes
Discussion: Associated Press
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Andrew DeMillo / Associated Press:
Trans people face rhetoric, disinformation after shooting
Discussion: HuffPost
Ayanna Alexander / Associated Press:
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New York Times:
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Associated Press:
At least 26 dead after tornadoes rake US Midwest, South
 Earlier Items: 
Tim Meads / The Daily Wire:
Has The White House Even Said The Word ‘Christian’ Since The Nashville School Shooting?
Discussion: American Action News
Brandi Buchman / emptywheel:
Pride before the fall? Testimony from witnesses in seditious conspiracy trial leaves weaknesses in defense wide open
Discussion: and New York Times
Daniel De / The Hill:
One in four college applicants avoids entire states for political reasons
Tami Luhby / CNN:
These 5 states will be the first to kick residents off Medicaid starting in April