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Conservatives converge on Iowa, and other headlines

What we're reading in the news today.

Saudi Arabia mourns King Abdullah. (The New York Times)

Meet the new Saudi rule, King Salman, "the family sheriff." (The Daily Beast)

The 2016 Republican contenders are gathering in Iowa for a values summit. (The Hill)

Republicans re-re-learn a lesson the hard way on rape. (Politico)

Judge permanently blocks Arizona's ban on drivers licenses for Dreamers. (Arizona Republic)

A moving, long read on the police killing of Tamir Rice in Cleveland (The New York Times)

Maine Gov. Paul LePage wants to rewrite state government (Portland Press Herald

New Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas wants to keep expanded Obamacare for now. (Arkansas Times)

Roger Federer is out of the Australian open, losing to Andreas Seppi in the third round. (AP)

What's the news in your hometown paper today? Hit the comments, please, and let us know.