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8:34 AM - Wednesday, November 26, 2014
4 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Paige Lavender
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is "resting comfortably" after having heart surgery Wednesday morning, according to a release from the high court.Ginsburg underwent a procedure to place a stent in her right coronary artery at the MedS . . .
5 hour ago - Washington Post / Chico Harlan
FERGUSON, Mo. — National Guard reinforcements watched over riot-scarred streets Wednesday after a show of force that appeared to hold down unrest but also symbolized the widening tensions from Ferguson’s showdowns over law enforcement and race. . . .
4 hour ago - Mediaite / Joe Concha
The New York Times has always been considered the top of the mountain on the journalism front. Now in existence for 163 years and having won 114 Pulitzers since 1918, its power is unmatched by any other print publication.
3 hour ago - WSJ.com
The Environmental Protection Agency is planning to announce Wednesday a sweeping federal air-pollution standard limiting ground-level ozone, or smog, in the atmosphere, according to people familiar with the plan.
3 hour ago - dailykos.com
How mind-blowing is it that reading these paragraphs about Arkansas and Mississippi feels almost routine? (Almost.) U.S. district judges on Tuesday struck down as unconstitutional same-sex marriage bans in Arkansas and Mississippi, separatel . . .
5 hour ago - thinkprogress.org / Esther Yu
ThinkProgress has your back this Thanksgiving if your uncle decides to ask, "Did anyone watch Obummer’s decision on executive action last week?" The post What You Need To Know To Win An Immigration Argument With Your Right-Wing Uncle This Thank . . .
18 hour ago - The Guardian
Missouri governor says there will be more than 2,000 guardsmen in the region after night of violence that included widespread arson and looting Continue reading...
11/24/2014 - The Atlantic / Uri Friedman
What the author of 'Getting to Yes' makes of the latest delay in reaching a deal with Tehran.
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7 hour ago - POLITICO / Anna Palmer
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3 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Jeffrey Young
More than 460,000 people enrolled in a private health insurance plan on the federally run Obamacare exchanges in 37 states during the first week of the sign-up period for 2015 coverage, the Department of Health and Human Services announced Wedn . . .
6 hour ago - Daily Intel / Jonathan Chait
One of the strangest things about the immigration debate is the fervent belief by conservatives that President Obama is motivated only by devious partisan considerations. Immigration hawk David Frum notes, “the president’s political opponents a . . .
7 hour ago - The Huffington Post / Melissa Jeltsen
FERGUSON, Mo., Nov 26 (Reuters) - Two FBI agents were shot and wounded at a house in north St. Louis County early on Wednesday, though the incident was "not directly related" to racially charged unrest in and around nearby Ferguson, an agency s . . .
10 hour ago - LA Times / James Queally
Protests unfolded in major cities across the nation Tuesday night as more than 2,000 National Guard troops and hundreds of police officers converged in the St. Louis area to guard against the vandalism, arson and looting that erupted in suburba . . .
4 hour ago - Washington Post / Philip Bump
Mitt Romney would beat Hillary Clinton in 2016 says a new Quinnipiac poll, if you set aside such considerations as "margin of error," and "it is 2014," and "one of those people has shown almost no signs of actually planning on running." Romney . . .
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