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Tim Grieve
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Tim Grieve
Sept. 30, 2013, 9:27 p.m.

Wel­come to the new Na­tion­al­Journ­al.com.

For more than four dec­ades, Na­tion­al Journ­al has been a trus­ted voice on polit­ics and policy — the place to go for in­tel­li­gent, in-depth re­port­ing and ana­lys­is on the biggest is­sues fa­cing the na­tion.

That’s not chan­ging.

But times have changed. The world moves faster, and so do you.

So over the last sev­er­al months, we’ve made some big changes at Na­tion­al Journ­al. We’ve hired some of the best re­port­ers work­ing in di­git­al journ­al­ism today, and we’ve worked hard to cre­ate a pub­lic­a­tion that’s more cur­rent, more vi­brant, and more use­ful — pair­ing the in-depth ana­lys­is you’ve come to ex­pect with high-ve­lo­city re­port­ing to keep you in the know, every minute of the day.

It’s work­ing. There’s a new en­ergy in our news­room and a new en­ergy on our site. And read­er­ship is grow­ing dra­mat­ic­ally: Na­tion­al­Journ­al.com at­trac­ted more monthly unique vis­it­ors in Septem­ber than in any month in at least five years — and maybe ever.

Now we’re tak­ing the next step.

Today, we’re rolling out a new Na­tion­al­Journ­al.com, a site that’s de­signed to work the way you work.

The site is fully re­spons­ive, mean­ing it will dis­play beau­ti­fully wherever you are and on whatever device you’re us­ing — in your of­fice on a big desktop mon­it­or, on the Hill on your iPhone or An­droid, or back home on the couch with your iPad.

At the top of our new homepage, you’ll find the best of our latest con­tent dis­played all in one place so that you can scan it quickly and find the stor­ies that mat­ter to you most. Down be­low you’ll find more of our stor­ies in chro­no­lo­gic­al or­der, links to spe­cial fea­tures, and a “Most Read” list so you’ll know what every­one else is read­ing.

You’ll find fa­mil­i­ar, es­sen­tial fea­tures like Na­tion­al Journ­al magazine and Na­tion­al Journ­al Daily. And you’ll find new ones as well. With the new site, we’re doub­ling down on policy cov­er­age with a spe­cial sec­tion de­voted to the big stor­ies and minute-to-minutes news on en­ergy — and you can sign up now for En­ergy Edge, a free news­let­ter that will put the latest en­ergy news in your in­box early each morn­ing.

In the weeks ahead, we’ll build more policy-spe­cif­ic sec­tions, an­nounce more crit­ic­al hires, and in­tro­duce new products that serve our read­ers, our sub­scribers, and our mem­bers bet­ter than ever be­fore.

While today’s re­design is the cul­min­a­tion of a lot of hard work, it’s also just a be­gin­ning. With a new ap­proach to our journ­al­ism — from the way we con­ceive of and write our stor­ies, to the way we dis­play them in print and on­line — we’re po­s­i­tion­ing Na­tion­al Journ­al to provide the smartest, most com­pel­ling cov­er­age of Wash­ing­ton avail­able any­where.

You de­serve noth­ing less.

Thanks for your time, and thanks for read­ing Na­tion­al Journ­al.

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As expected after earlier reports on Wednesday, Rick Santorum ended his presidential bid. But less expected: he threw his support to Marco Rubio. After noting he spoke with Rubio the day before for an hour, he said, “Someone who has a real understanding of the threat of ISIS, real understanding of the threat of fundamentalist Islam, and has experience, one of the things I wanted was someone who has experience in this area, and that’s why we decided to support Marco Rubio.” It doesn’t figure to help Rubio much in New Hampshire, but the Santorum nod could pay dividends down the road in southern states.

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‘PITTING PEOPLE AGAINST EACH OTHER’
Rubio, Trump Question Obama’s Mosque Visit
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President Obama’s decision to visit a mosque in Baltimore today was never going to be completely uncontroversial. And Donald Trump and Marco Rubio proved it. “Maybe he feels comfortable there,” Trump told interviewer Greta van Susteren on Fox News. “There are a lot of places he can go, and he chose a mosque.” And in New Hampshire, Rubio said of Obama, “Always pitting people against each other. Always. Look at today – he gave a speech at a mosque. Oh, you know, basically implying that America is discriminating against Muslims.”

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Cruz Must Max Out on Evangelical Support through Early March
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For Ted Cruz, a strong showing in New Hampshire would be nice, but not necessary. That’s because evangelical voters only make up 21% of the Granite State’s population. “But from the February 20 South Carolina primary through March 15, there are nine states (South Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, and North Carolina) with an estimated white-Evangelical percentage of the GOP electorate over 60 percent, and another four (Texas, Kansas, Louisiana, and Missouri) that come in over 50 percent.” But after that, he better be in the catbird’s seat, because only four smaller states remain with evangelical voter majorities.

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Rubio Now Winning the ‘Endorsement Primary’
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Since his strong third-place finish in Iowa, Marco Rubio has won endorsement by two sitting senators and two congressmen, putting him in the lead for the first time of FiveThirtyEight‘s Endorsement Tracker. “Some politicians had put early support behind Jeb Bush — he had led [their] list since August — but since January the only new endorsement he has received was from former presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham.” Meanwhile, the New York Times reports that fueled by resentment, “members of the Bush and Christie campaigns have communicated about their mutual desire to halt … Rubio’s rise in the polls.”

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ABC News has announced the criteria for Saturday’s Republican debate, and that means Carly Fiorina won’t be a part of it. The network is demanding candidates have “a top-three finish in Iowa, a top-six standing in an average of recent New Hampshire polls or a top-six placement in national polls in order for candidates to qualify.” And there will be no “happy hour” undercard debate this time. “So that means no Fiorina vs. Jim Gilmore showdown earlier in the evening for the most ardent of campaign 2016 junkies.

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