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Morning Round-Up 1-30

Feature of the Day: Archaeologists Unearth What May Be Oldest Roman Temple

Morning Headlines


Associated Press

  1. Wash., Colo., Have Few Ways to Stop Carry-On Weed
  2. Terror Suspect Challenges NSA Surveillance Program
  3. AP Sources: Super Bowl Sex, Drug Arrests in NYC


  1. Why the rich are freaking out
  2. Paul Ryan reboots
  3. Poll: Mike Huckabee leads 2016 GOP hopefuls


  1. Pentagon, GSA map out acquisition cybersecurity; tester finds issues remain
  2. Planned Parenthood in Alaska sues state official over abortion

Wall Street Journal

  1. Reid Deals Body Blow to Obama on Trade
  2. Flow of Unaccompanied Minors Tests U.S. Immigration Agencies
  3. Bankrupt Detroit Presents Debt-Cutting Plan to Creditors

Washington Post

  1. Republicans make overtures to middle class in attempt to counter Obama, Democrats
  2. Fed worker retirement eligibility to skyrocket by 2017, report says
  3. Wonkbook: The state of our union is already changing

Washington Times

  1. Economists see few dollars and little sense on Obama agenda
  2. High Hopes: Christie, Paul, Perry push to legalize pot
  3. Postal service slow to cut costs, quick to raise price

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Tory Nihilist
  2. Corporatism and Gay Marriage: Natural Bedfellows


  1. Showdown: Boehner to Reveal Immigration ‘Principles,’ Conservatives Ready to Rumble
  2. Ted Cruz, John Cornyn Grill Eric Holder Over Federal Harassment of Tea Party

 The Daily Caller     

  1. ‘The Rules Are the Rules’: Government shuts down 11-year-old’s cupcake business
  2. Poll: Only 30 percent want Obama to take unilateral action

  1. Solar Provides 0.2% of Electric Supply—Up from 0.02% Before Obama
  2. House-Passed ‘Compromise’ Farm Bill to Cost $1.4 Billion a Page

National Review

  1. Enforcement, Then Amnesty, on Immigration
  2. Space Monkeys

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Mounting Threats: DNI: China, Russia grow as cyber, space threats to U.S. security
  2. Withdrawal from Iraq Could Make it a Safe Haven for al Qaeda

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Did an Angry Birds Leak Risk Spies’ Lives?
  2. The Man Syria’s Jihadists Want Dead

Talking Points Memo

  1. Republicans Brace For Surrender on the Debt Ceiling
  2. Chart: Crude Oil Rail Shipments Up 8,358% Since 2006


    1. Senator Floats Idea to Penalize Low-Income Women Who Have Children  

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