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Morning Round-Up 4/22

“Uncle Sam’s gold—meaning no disrespect to the worthy old gentleman—has, in this respect, a quality of enchantment like that of the Devil’s wages.”—Nathaniel Hawthorne

Feature of the Day: International Airport Baggage Report

Morning Headlines


Associated Press

  1. Boston Marks Week from Marathon Bombs with Silence
  2. Fallout for States Rejecting Medicaid Expansion
  3. Defense Starts Monday in Philly Abortion Trial 

New York Times

  1. Suspect Seemed Set for Attacks Beyond Boston (4/21)
  2. G.O.P Lawmakers Push to Have Boston Suspect Questioned as Enemy Combatant (4/21) 


  1. Obama political arm strikes fear in GOP
  2. Karl Rove, Koch brothers lead charge to control Republican data
  3. Ted Cruz vs. Marco Rubio on immigration (4/21)


  1. Hospitalized suspect in Boston bombings awaits charges
  2. U.S. soldier accused in Iraq killings expected to plead guilty
  3. Delays hit major airports as furloughs kick in 

Wall Street Journal

  1. Turn to Religion Split Bomb Suspects’ Home (4/21)
  2. Wall Street vs. Its Employees’ Privacy (4/21)
  3. U.S. Eyes Pushback On China Hacking (4/21)

Washington Post

  1. CIA, FBI, military interrogators ready to question Boston bombing suspect (4/21)
  2. Americans react to Boston bombings with confidence and resilience (4/21)
  3. Furloughs underway, but uncertainty remains for many workers (4/21)


Associated Press

  1. Indian Girl’s Rape Highlights Police Apathy
  2. Activists Fear Large Death Toll Near Damascus
  3. Hagel: US Committed To Israel’s Military Edge

New York Times

  1. Festive and Defiant, London Runs a Marathon for Boston (4/21)
  2. Activist’s Death in Egypt Spurs Charges of Police Abuse (4/21)
  3. Ex-Defense Minister on Trial in Greek Corruption Case 


  1. Russia warns EU not to lift Syria arms ban as UK keeps pushing
  2. Iran to meet U.N. nuclear watchdog in May: Iranian media
  3. Frustration rises from rubble of China’s deadly quake 

Wall Street Journal

  1. Austerity Is No Longer the Answer, Says Barroso
  2. At Least 185 Killed in Nigeria Attack, Say Officials

Washington Post

  1. Resentful Jordanians tell Syrian refugees to go back home (4/21)
  2. Political conflicts in Pakistan damage hashish business
  3. Egypt’s growing black market a sign of economic woes (4/21) 

 Top Conservative Stories of the Day:


  1. Live Updates: Russians Warned FBI About Bombing Suspect 6 Months Ago? (4/21)
  2. Exclusive—Source: Saudi National’s Deportation Record Altered (4/20)
  3. Exclusive—Secret Emails: Cato, Norquist, Rubio Use Boston Terror Attacks to Push Immigration Reform (4/21)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Rubio spokesman compares plight of illegal immigrants to slavery
  2. Bombing suspect’s imam affiliated with Muslim brotherhood front group
  3. hosts petition claiming Boston bombing suspects ‘wrongfully accused’

Hot Air

  1. The real lesson of the Gosnell trial 

National Review

  1. Putting Lipstick on the Obamacare Pig (4/21)
  2. After Boston 

Washington Free Beacon

  1. The Union Label: Unions back McAuliffe in Va. Governor race
  2. After Boston, Immigration Reformers Shift Tactics (4/21) 

The Weekly Standard

            1. Kass on the Gosnell Trial 

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. The Caucasus Connection
  2. Boston Bombings a ‘Gift’ to Putin, Says Chechen Opposition Leader
  3. The Conservative Paranoid Mind

Huffington Post

  1. Newtown Victims’ Families Slam Senators for Gun Control Failure (4/21)
  2. Dianne Feinstein: Labeling Dzhokhar Tsarnaev An Enemy Combatant Would Be ‘Unconstitutional’ (4/21)
  3. Conservative Opposition to Immigration Reform Driven By Lack of Trust (4/21)

 Talking Points Memo

  1. Into the War Zone (4/21)


            1. Offer Ends Soon, Act Now: Keystone Pipeline Public Comment Period Closes on Monday (4/21)



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