Morning Round-Up 10-14
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It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the publick to be the most anxious for its welfare. –Edmund Burke

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Shutdown Driving Debate Over Role of Government
  2. Default Looming, Day 14 of Shutdown, No Solution
  3. Poll: Half of Older Workers Delay Retirement Plans

Politico

  1. The ire next time
  2. Senate remains at an impasse
  3. Government shutdown: House GOP ponders own short-term debt bill

Reuters

  1. Senate leader sees chance for breaking fiscal impasse
  2. Statue of Liberty, closed by shutdown, reopens to tourists
  3. U.S. justices to hear race case; one side has two voices

Wall Street Journal

  1. Mississippi Plant Shows the Cost of ‘Clean Coal’
  2. Senate Democrats Press New Front in Budget Battle
  3. Shutdown Protests Take Over D.C. Memorials

Washington Post

  1. Debt ceiling breach would push economy into freefall without a government safety net
  2. Some say bitter rift between McConnell and Reid could endanger a deal
  3. National Parks losing revenue under shutdown

Washington Times

  1. Lots of talk, little action on debt deal in Congress
  2. U.S. allies let funds flow to al Qaeda in Syria
  3. Tax credits to illegals likely from midlevel: report

International

Associated Press

  1. 3 Americans Win Economics Nobel
  2. Iran Nuclear Talks in Geneva Spur High Hopes
  3. Kerry Calls for Conference on Syria Transition

Reuters

  1. Al Qaeda: September attack targeted Yemeni-U.S. drone base
  2. Car bomb in northern Syria kills 20: monitoring group
  3. Rioting erupts in Moscow after killing blamed on migrant

 Wall Street Journal

  1. U.S., Afghanistan Near Security Detail, but Sticking Points Remain
  2. Mexico Teacher’s Union Shows Political Clout
  3. Merkel Faces Decision on Coalition Partner

Washington Post

  1. Controversial quota drives immigration detention boom
  2. Ahead of talks, Iran negotiators says Tehran won’t agree to ship enriched uranium abroad
  3. Erich Priebke, convicted Nazi war criminal involved in Italian massacre, dies at 100

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

 The American Conservative

  1. It Gets Worse for the GOP
  2. Pornography and Sentimentality: The Ruins of Beauty

The Blaze

  1. ‘We Are Marching to the White House’: ‘Million Vet March’ Descends on Washington, Barricades Torn Down
  2. CNN Anchor Asks Rand Paul If He Would Consider Switching to the Democratic Party—This Was His Simple Response

Breitbart    

  1. Exclusive—RNC Chair: Hillary Should Return Donations From McAuliffe’s Convicted Pal
  2. Riot Police Obstruct Veterans Protesting at World War II Memorial

 The Daily Caller 

  1. Neighbors: Cory Booker never lived in Newark
  2. Obamacare ‘navigator’ in Kansas has outstanding arrest warrant

CNSNews.com

  1. Lew’s Testimony on Debt Mirrors SEC’s Definition of Ponzi Scheme
  2. Republicans Say Dems ‘Moved the Goalpost’ in Rejecting Bipartisan Deal

National Review

  1. Graham Joins Vitter in Fight Over Hill’s Carve-Out
  2. Divided and Uneasy

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Laura Ingraham Raising Awareness About Adoption
  2. Debt Ceiling Talks Stall Further, Dems Push on Reversing Sequester

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Chris Christie Slams Congress
  2. Why the Shutdown is a Republican Victory

Huffington Post

  1. Paul Ryan Rallies Conservatives Against Senate Shutdown, Debt Ceiling Deal
  2. House Republicans Changed the Rules So A Majority Vote Couldn’t Stop the Government Shutdown

Talking Points Memo

  1. Schumer: We’re Not That Far Apart On Debt Deal
  2. Rage & Performance Art

ThinkProgress

      1. Paul Ryan Wants to Use Debt Ceiling to Deny Women Access to Birth Control  

 

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