New York Times

Chelsea Manning to Be Released Early as Obama Commutes Sentence
New York Times
Chelsea Manning's 35-year sentence was by far the longest punishment ever imposed in the United States for a leak conviction. Credit United States Army. WASHINGTON — President Obama on Tuesday commuted all but four months of the remaining prison ...
Obama commutes sentence of Chelsea Manning, soldier convicted for leaking classified informationWashington Post
Will Wikileaks' Julian Assange make good on his offer to turn himself in after Manning clemency?Fox News
Obama commutes Chelsea Manning's prison sentenceLos Angeles Times
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Politico

DeVos dodges toughest questions about public school plans
Politico
Republican philanthropist Betsy DeVos pledged Tuesday that she would be “a strong advocate for great public schools,” if confirmed as Donald Trump's Education secretary. But when pressed by Democrats, she wouldn't commit to keeping federal funding ...
Betsy DeVos, Trump's education pick, lauded as bold reformer, called unfit for jobWashington Post
Betsy DeVos Tried to Sound Like a Moderate on Education—and Showed That She's Either Underprepared or a ZealotSlate Magazine
Betsy DeVos's Education Hearing Erupts Into Partisan DebateNew York Times
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New York Daily News

Orlando Police capture suspected cop killer Markeith Loyd
New York Daily News
Orlando Police said they have captured the fugitive accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend and the sergeant shot while attempting to bring him into custody. “We've got him!,” the department's Twitter page posted Tuesday, more than a week after ...
Orlando police: Accused police killer Markeith Loyd capturedUSA TODAY
Man wanted in shooting death of Orlando police officer in custodyFox News
Fugitive in Orlando Officer Slaying in Custody: PoliceNBC New York
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New York Times

Former 'Apprentice' Contestant Files Defamation Suit Against Trump
New York Times
Summer Zervos with her lawyer, Gloria Allred, during a news conference on Tuesday announcing the filing of a lawsuit against President-elect Donald J. Trump. Credit Mike Blake/Reuters. A former contestant on “The Apprentice” who accused Donald J.
The New Trump Defamation Lawsuit Is Daring Trump to Incriminate Himself in CourtSlate Magazine (blog)
Accuser files defamation lawsuit against Trump, promises to drop it if he admits her story 'is and was the truth'Business Insider
Trump Accuser Summer Zervos Files Defamation Suit Against President-ElectNBCNews.com
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New York Times

Trump Entering White House Unbent and Unpopular
New York Times
President-elect Donald J. Trump in the lobby of Trump Tower in Manhattan on Monday. Credit Hilary Swift for The New York Times. WASHINGTON — In one way at least, President-elect Donald J. Trump has already surpassed all of his recent predecessors.
Trump lands in DC for pre-inaugural dinnerThe Hill
Donald Trump inauguration protests expected to break recordsWashington Times
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Washington Post

Secret Service agrees to pay $24 million in decades-old race-bias case brought by black agents
Washington Post
The Secret Service agreed Tuesday to pay $24 million to settle a two-decade-old case in which more than 100 black agents alleged that the agency fostered a racist culture and routinely promoted white agents over more qualified African Americans, ...
Government pays $24 million to settle Secret Service discrimination caseUSA TODAY
Secret Service Settles 2000 Racial Discrimination Suit for $24 MillionNBCNews.com
Secret Service to Pay $24M to Settle Race Bias CaseDaily Beast
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Washington Post

President Obama pardons baseball Hall of Famer Willie McCovey
Washington Post
It's turning into a pretty packed week for President Obama, as he prepares to leave the Oval Office after eight busy years. A day after welcoming the 2016 World Series-winning Chicago Cubs to the White House, Obama inked up his pen to either commute or ...
President Obama issues pardon for Willie McCoveyAL.com
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Digital Trends

For 2018, Ford turns the Mustang into a meaner, more high-tech horse
Digital Trends
Ford is embracing technology across its entire line, including the iconic pony car known more for its brawn than brains. Following a leak, Ford has officially introduced the updated 2018 Mustang. The car receives a more muscular look and new tech ...
2018 Ford Mustang: Drops V-6, Gains New TechCar and Driver
First Look: 2018 Ford MustangNew York Daily News

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USA TODAY

10 of Michelle Obama's Memorable Moments as First Lady
ABC News
“Michelle never asked to be first lady,” President Barack Obama told Vogue magazine. “Like a lot of political spouses, the role was thrust upon her. But I always knew she'd be incredible at it and put her own unique stamp on the job.” Since her husband ...
Michelle Obama's Cult in the MediaTownhall
President Obama's Birthday Message to Michelle is EverythingTIME
Michelle, Our Belle: Writers Pen Moving Essays On The Meaning Of Michelle Obama In New BookEssence.com
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New York Times

Health Law Repeal Could Cost 18 Million Their Insurance, Study Finds
New York Times
The offices of Sunshine Health and Life Advisors inside a Miami mall. The company's customers are worried about changes to the Affordable Care Act promised by President-elect Donald J. Trump. Credit Angel Valentin for The New York Times.
Pressure mounts on GOP for post-Obamacare plan following CBO reportWashington Post
Repealing without replacing the ACA will weaken national securityThe Hill (blog)
The Republican Health-Care DebateNational Review
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