Story 1 of 18: obama, president, early
President Obama voted today. He wasn’t on the ballot, but we hear his policies were. The Fix The Fix

President Obama voted today. He wasn’t on the ballot, but we hear his policies were.

President Obama was in Chicago on Sunday and Monday, campaigning for Gov. Pat Quinn (D), and he decided to stop and vote before heading back home. Today, as it happened, was the first day people in Illinois could start casting early ballots. "I love voting," Obama said. "Everybody in Illinois, early vote. It's a wonderful […]

10/20/2014 5:20pm · The Fix The Fix
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Monica Lewinsky's Second Act The Wire The Wire

Monica Lewinsky's Second Act

Monica Lewinsky's self-described campaign to end cyber-bullying began with a small act of courage. She joined Twitter. The long-ago White House intern signed up for the hugely popular, but often vitriolic, medium on Monday just a short while before she gave a speech at a Forbes summit in which she described herself as "Patient Zero" of the Internet shaming age. "My name is...

10/20/2014 4:44pm · The Wire The Wire

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Story 5 of 18: ebola, dallas, disease
Ebola In America: Who's Been Exposed To Ebola, And Where They're Being Treated Forbes Real Time Forbes Real Time

Cautious optimism in Dallas as 43 people declared 'Ebola free'

Dallas County officials on Monday expressed relief with the end of Ebola monitoring for most of the first group of 48 people who had contact with Thomas Eric Duncan, who died of the virus on Oct. 8.

10/20/2014 3:39pm · latimes.com - Los Angeles Times latimes.com - Los Angeles Times
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg owns a surprisingly large number of ‘Notorious RBG’ t-shirts The Fix The Fix

Ruth Bader Ginsburg owns a surprisingly large number of ‘Notorious RBG’ t-shirts

On Sunday night, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sat down with NPR reporter Nina Totenberg and former President of the Supreme Court of Israel Dorit Beinisch for a conversation about law, being a woman on the high court and Tumblr. The event was held at 92nd St Y in New York City. During the conversation, […]

10/20/2014 3:31pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 7 of 18: court, supreme, justice
John Oliver Stages Adorable Supreme Court Reenactments Using Dogs Mediaite Mediaite

Supreme Court Should Go to the Dogs

John Oliver is right. If, instead of dialog illustrated by static courtroom sketches, Supreme Court arguments were reenacted by dogs, everyone would watch them in full, at least at first:  I’m not sure I would have cast a boxer as Justice Kennedy; he seems more like a Dalmatian to me, but that’s a minor quibble. Possibly the Justices could be represented by a new species every year....

10/20/2014 6:00pm · Balloon Juice Balloon Juice

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Story 8 of 18: marriage, samesex, gremlins
GOP Congressional Candidate: Gay Couples Are 'Gremlins' That 'Will Destroy Our Way Of Life' Business Insider Business Insider

GOP Candidate Says Same-Sex Couples are 'Gremlins'

Anthony Culler (R), who is challenging Rep. James Clyburn's (D-SC) for Congress, referred to same-sex couples as "gremlins" and "bullies" in a Facebook post, according to The Hill. Culler decried same-sex marriage as "a pestilence that has descended on our society, against our will, by those in the courts and government that do not value the traditional family. Same sex couples that seek to...

10/20/2014 3:15pm · Taegan Goddard's Political Wire Taegan Goddard's Political Wire

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Story 10 of 18: google, search, ads
Suddenly, Google Looks Shaky (GOOG) Business Insider Business Insider

Google to crack down on piracy by demoting illegal sites in search results so alternatives like Spotify and Google Play come up first

U.S based internet company Google is to make changes to its search engine, directing users away from sites where they can illegal download content. 

10/20/2014 5:41pm · Home | Mail Online Home | Mail Online

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Carrie Levine Joins Center for Public Integrity as Federal Politics Reporter FishbowlDC FishbowlDC

Carrie Levine Joins Center for Public Integrity as Federal Politics Reporter

The Center for Public Integrity today announced the hire of Carrie Levine as a federal politics reporter. At CPI, Levine will write for the “Consider the Source” vertical, focused on money in politics. Levine most recently served as the research director at CREW, the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. For more, click on over to CPI. [Image via CPI] New Career...

10/20/2014 6:15pm · FishbowlDC FishbowlDC

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GRUESOME DISCOVERY 7 bodies found in Indiana linked to serial killer FOXNews.com FOXNews.com

GRUESOME DISCOVERY 7 bodies found in Indiana linked to serial killer

VIDEO: Gary mayor updates media on case Police comb area where remains were found in search for clues in Hannah Graham caseWoman held captive for decade says she forgives kidnapperKiller of country comic 'Stringbean' and wife paroled after 40 years in prison

10/20/2014 5:07pm · FOXNews.com FOXNews.com

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Story 13 of 18: udall, books, check
Painful Udall interview: “We can play this over, right?  Let me re-tape this.” Hot Air » Top Picks Hot Air » Top Picks

Colorado Senate Dem: 'I'm Brain-Dead Today'

Senator Mark Udall (D., Colo.) struggled mightily to name three books that have influenced him and the last song he heard during what was supposed to be the softball phase of an interview.“The three most influential books in my life,” said Udall, who is at risk of losing his seat Representative Cory Gardner (R., Colo.), repeating the question. “Profiles in Courage, the, uh -- let me think. We...

10/20/2014 5:34pm · National Review Online National Review Online

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Story 14 of 18: percent, race, candidate
GovBeat: Congressional campaigns waste millions of dollars airing TV ads outside their districts Post Politics: Breaking Politics News, Political Analysis & More - The Washington Post Post Politics: Breaking Politics News, Political Analysis & More - The Washington Post

Poll: Dem Challenger Back Ahead In Kansas Gubernatorial Race

Democratic State Rep. Paul Davis has regained his lead over Republican Gov. Sam Brownback in the Kansas gubernatorial race, according to a Monmouth University poll released Monday.  Among likely voters, 50 percent said they would vote for Davis and 45 percent said they supported Brownback. Read More →

10/20/2014 4:12pm · All TPM News All TPM News

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Story 15 of 18: washington, czar, health
Health ‘czar’ controversies are a Washington tradition In the Loop In the Loop

In the Loop: Health ‘czar’ controversies are a Washington tradition

In Washington, the more things change, the more they remain the same. Republican critics have harshly criticized President Obama’s pick last week of veteran Washington insider Ron Klain to be the new Ebola czar, blasting his lack of public health credentials. Read full article >>

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Story 16 of 18: immigration, among, action
Why the GOP might not need immigration reform any time soon The Fix The Fix

Why the GOP might not need immigration reform any time soon

After Mitt Romney lost in 2012, the Republican Party crafted a plan of action intended to bolster its showing among constituencies that backed the reelection of the president. Among the prescriptions was improved outreach to the nation's Latinos, which was already at the heart of a new push for reforms to the immigration system. Then, […]

10/20/2014 5:52pm · The Fix The Fix

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Story 17 of 18: obama, president, amnesty
Regime Prepares for Surge of 9 Million Illegal Immigrant ID Cards Rush Limbaugh - All Content Rush Limbaugh - All Content

Regime Prepares for Surge of 9 Million Illegal Immigrant ID Cards

RUSH: From Breitbart: "Despite no official action from the president ahead of the election, the Obama administration has quietly begun preparing to issue millions of work authorization permits, suggesting the implementation of a large-scale executive amnesty may have already begun." Now, this is not a surprise. You've all known this was coming... Mr. Snerdley's in there smiling and nodding his...

10/20/2014 6:35pm · Rush Limbaugh - All Content Rush Limbaugh - All Content

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Story 18 of 18: women, unsafe, feel
Leftist media star scorches Obama on live TV WND WND

Leftist media star scorches Obama on live TV

Tina Brown One of the top feminists in America blasted Barack Obama’s handling of numerous crises Monday, claiming the president is actually making women feel unsafe. During an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program, Tina Brown, the founder and former editor of the Daily Beast and Newsweek, explained support for Democrats among women in recent polls has been...

10/20/2014 5:35pm · WND WND

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