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The Latest: Trump meets with leaders of black colleges
Washington Post
WASHINGTON — The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local):. 6:25 p.m.. President Donald Trump is meeting with the leaders of the nation's historically black colleges and universities at the White House, committing to a partnership between ...
Trump fires opening salvo in budget warsThe Hill
Trump proposes defense spending boost, $54 billion in cuts to 'most federal agencies'CNN
Trump budget faces GOP resistancePolitico
NPR -Los Angeles Times -Fox News -Bloomberg
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Trump giving lawmakers whiplash on Obamacare
President Donald Trump is giving Washington a case of whiplash when it comes to his plan for Obamacare, saying one moment that he's going to kill it and replace it with something “great” and then publicly flirting with letting it implode the next ...
Yes, Mr. President, Health Care Is 'Complicated.' Now What Are You Going To Do About It?Huffington Post
Top House conservatives won't back draft ObamaCare replacementThe Hill
Republicans' alarming proposal would end Medicaid as we know itWashington Post
Slate Magazine -Salon -The Detroit News -Hartford Courant
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Los Angeles Times

A view from the wings: Oscar's big mistake belied months of planning and backstage precision
Los Angeles Times
The mood backstage was high. Champagne had been poured and a long evening seemed destined for a suave and elegant ending. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway glided through the wings and onto the stage to announce the Oscar for best picture.
'Moonlight,' 'La La Land' and What an Epic Oscars Fail Really SaysNew York Times
I Was Backstage During Oscars Envelopegate: Exactly How the Chaos
The minute-by-minute breakdown of the shocking 'Moonlight'/'La La Land' best picture mix-upWashington Post
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SpaceX to Fly Passengers On Private Trip Around the Moon in 2018
SpaceX will fly two private citizens on a trip around the moon in 2018, the company's founder Elon Musk announced Monday (Feb. 27). The private spaceflight company will use its Falcon Heavy rocket to send the two paying passengers into space aboard ...
SpaceX plans first flight of private, paying astronauts around the moonLos Angeles Times
Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to fly two private citizens around the moon by late next yearWashington Post
SpaceX announces plans for moon mission in 2018CBS News
The Verge -NPR -Christian Science Monitor -Ars Technica
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Yemen SEAL Raid Has Yielded No Significant Intelligence: Officials
Last month's deadly commando raid in Yemen, which cost the lives of a U.S. Navy SEAL and a number of children, has so far yielded no significant intelligence, U.S. officials told NBC News. Although Pentagon officials have said the raid produced ...
Father Of Navy SEAL Killed In Yemen Raid Has Harsh Words For TrumpNPR
White House: DOD to probe raid that led to Navy SEAL casualtyThe Hill (blog)
White House responds to father of Navy SEAL killed in Yemen raidBusiness Insider
U.S. News & World Report -Jezebel -Voice of America
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CBS Local

More Bomb Threats Force Evacuations Of Jewish Centers Across US, Including NY & NJ
CBS Local
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Anonymous bomb threats on Monday sent fear through Jewish communities around the country, including in the Tri-State Area. As CBS2's Ali Bauman reported, 20 bomb threats were called in from community centers in 12 ...
Cuomo orders probe into bomb threats against Jewish centersNewsday
Latest wave of threats, vandalism rocks Jewish communitiesUSA TODAY
Gov. Bentley responds to threats on Jewish center: 'I will not tolerate targeted threats'
Charlotte Observer -NBC4 Washington -The Intelligencer -NBC New York
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Bush Weighs In On Trump Presidency, Calling Press 'Indispensable To Democracy'
It started out a simple, human interest story featuring a former president and his post-White House hobby — painting watercolors of world leaders, and now, portraits of American soldiers, wounded during military service. But before it was over, that ...
George W. Bush: Free Press 'Indispensable to Democracy'
President George W. Bush says it's important to have a free press: 'Power can be very addictive'ABC News
Poll: Majority Think Media Too Hard on TrumpU.S. News & World Report
Washington Times -Los Angeles Times -AOL News -Politico
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New York Times

Justice Dept. Will Drop a Key Objection to a Texas Voter ID Law
New York Times
Voters in line at a polling site on Super Tuesday in Austin last year. The Republican-led Texas Legislature passed one of the the strictest voter ID laws in the country in 2011. Credit Ilana Panich-Linsman for The New York Times. HOUSTON — Signaling a ...
Lawyer: White House To No Longer Contest Texas' Voter ID LawCBS Local
Department of Justice withdraws from part of voter ID lawsuit in TexasABC News
Justice Department Reverses Position On Texas Voter ID Law CaseNPR
Bloomberg -The Hill -Salon -Christian Science Monitor
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Who should host the 2018 Oscars?
With the conclusion of this year's Academy Awards, the long, arduous awards season is finally over — which means that it's already time to start speculating about next year. Jimmy Kimmel made his Oscar debut this weekend as the host of this year's ...
Donald Trump: Oscars Best Picture Flub Happened Because 'They Were Focused So Hard on Politics'Us Weekly
Kimmel Tweets To Donald Trump During OscarsDeadline

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