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Morning Round-Up 3-7

Feature of the Day: Everything You Need to Know About the Military Sexual Assault Bill That Just Passed in The Senate

Morning Headlines


Associated Press

  1. Bill Would Let Paul Run for 2 Offices At Same Time
  2. Senators: Quicker Action Needed on Safety Rules
  3. Here Comes El Nino; Good News for US Weather Woes


  1. Not so Jolly: GOP anger spills over in Fla. Race
  2. GOP up-and-comers seize CPAC spotlight
  3. Chris Christie’s red-meat speech scores at CPAC


  1. Putin rebuffs Obama as Ukraine crisis escalates
  2. Gains in U.S. job growth expected, but weather may weigh
  3. Exclusive: U.S. Navy aims to put 22 Boeing fighters on ‘unfunded’ list–sources

Wall Street Journal

  1. Russian Parliament Will Back Crimean Split From Ukraine
  2. Rare Détente: New EPA Chief and Industry
  3. U.S. Household Net Worth Hits Record High

Washington Post

  1. Experts: Officials missed signs of prescription drug crackdowns effect on heroin use
  2. Political marriage between Chris Christie and President Obama breaks up over Sandy aid rift
  3. California smart gun store prompts furious backlash

 Washington Times

  1. Bill Clinton cashes in on struggling nonprofit hospital
  2. Senate rejects Gillibrand’s overhaul of military’s handling of sexual assaults
  3. Putin has transformed Russian army into a lean, mean fighting machine

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Lessons from a Surge Skeptic
  2. Obamacare Gets Teed Up At CPAC


  1. Marco Rubio Silent on Immigration at CPAC
  2. CPAC Immigration Debate Stacked 3-to-1 With Pro-Amnesty Panelists

 The Daily Caller     

  1. Oversight lawmaker: Holding Lois Lerner in contempt is ‘where we’re moving’
  2. Compare! Press questions to Issa and Cummings, side-by-side

  1. UN Climate Chief Sees ‘Silver Lining’ in Extreme Weather: Raises Issue to ‘Highest Political Levels’
  2. Obama Proposes Eliminating Funding for Abstinence Education in 2015 Budget

National Review

  1. Obama, Russia, and the Wages of Weakness
  2. The Tyrant in the Gray Flannel Suit

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Israeli Government Says Missile Defense Needs More Funding
  2. UAW, VW Colluding to Block Autoworkers from Defending Anti-Union Vote
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