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Pence denies eyeing presidential bid (Reuters)

Trump’s unprecedented hands-on messaging carries risks (Associated Press)

These are the most — and the least — trusted news sources in the U.S. (MarketWatch)

New Chief of Staff John Kelly moves quickly to bring order and discipline to a West Wing riven by conflict (Wall Street Journal)

Amid immigration battles, College Park considers giving noncitizens voting rights (Baltimore Sun)

The future of the Democratic Party could be written in upcoming gubernatorial races (Washington Post)

Affirmative Action Policies Evolve, Achieving Their Own Diversity (New York Times)

Wasserman Schultz talks about arrested aide Imran Awan (Sun-Sentinel)

As Obamacare twists in political winds, top insurers made $6 billion (CNBC)

Google's Diversity Chief Slams Worker Memo on Gender Inequality (Bloomberg)

Bill de Blasio Will Push for Tax on Wealthy to Fix Subway (New York Times)