Daybreak Insider Newsletter
The Daybreak Insider
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Poll Has Warren Tied with Biden
YouGov has both at 26 percent, Sanders at 16 (Hot Air). An ABC News/Washington Post poll has Biden at 27 percent,


Sanders at 19 and Warren at 17 (ABC News). One poll has Sanders leading in New Hampshire (Boston Herald). Meanwhile, Harris is having an obvious problem with honesty (National Review). The top candidates debate tonight (ABC News). From Daniel Henninger: There is an air of weirdness around the party's candidates. One explanation for how it got so crazy is that after Hillary Clinton 's loss in 2016, many Democrats concluded that the realities of presidential campaigning had shifted, that the only way one can command the attention of the media and electorate is to act "like Trump." Which is to say, be anything but normal. Lucky us (WSJ).

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California Bill That Outlaws Helping Those Struggling with Homosexuality Pulled
The sponsor of the bill met with faith leaders before pulling the bill.

California Family Council

3.
Cruz and Milano Meet, Talk Gun Control
And Milano discovered Republicans aren't the evil villains she thought they were.

Washington Examiner

4.
NCAA Begs California Governor to Veto Bill Letting Student Athletes Cash In
The bill sailed through the legislature.

Fox News

5.
University Teaches Professors to Grade Students on "Labor" Rather than Writing Ability
From the story: Inoue believes that a person’s writing ability should not be assessed, in order to promote “anti-racist” objectives. Inoue taught American University’s faculty members that their previous practices of grading writing promoted white language supremacy. Inoue thinks that students should be graded on the effort they put into a project.

CNS News

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Ex-campaign chief defends Trump, blasts Democrats at impeachment hearing
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Corey Lewandowski, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager and close confidant, on Tuesday stoutly defended his former boss and lashed out at Democrats during testimony to a U.S. congressional panel considering whether to impeach Trump.

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Famed U.S. journalist Cokie Roberts, a 'founding mother' of NPR, dead at 75
(Reuters) – American journalist Cokie Roberts, regarded by National Public Radio as one of its "founding mothers" and a prominent political commentator on ABC News, died on Tuesday at 75 at her Washington home from complications of breast cancer, her family said in a statement.

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US narcotics agent admits role in drug trafficking scheme
NEW YORK (AP) — A federal narcotics agent scheduled to stand trial this month has pleaded guilty to participating in a decadelong drug conspiracy that involved the smuggling of thousands of kilograms of cocaine from Puerto Rico to New York.

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Trump says looks like Iran was behind Saudi oil attacks
WASHINGTON/DUBAI (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said it looked like Iran was behind attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia at the weekend that raised fears of a fresh Middle East conflict, but added that he did not want war with anyone.

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UAW workers head for picket lines in first national strike against GM since 2007
DETROIT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United Auto Workers (UAW) went on strike at General Motors just after midnight Sunday and about 48,000 hourly workers at its facilities are headed for the picket lines in the morning, union officials said early Monday.

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