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Morning Round-Up 6-25
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 “If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend.” –Abraham Lincoln

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. 94 in Alaska? Weather Extremes Tied to Jet Stream
  2. Obama Hit by Snowden Setbacks with China, Russia
  3. McCain Urges Tougher US Stance With Russia, China

Politico

  1. Obama in the doldrums
  2. President Obama’s race against time on climate
  3. President Obama to unveil sweeping climate plan

Reuters

  1. Mystery girl to testify in Trayvon Martin murder case
  2. Trial date in Colorado movie theater massacre in doubt
  3. Massachusetts voters to pick U.S. senator to replace John Kerry 

Wall Street Journal

  1. Justices Take Pass on Texas Affirmative-Action Case
  2. Obama to Unveil Plan to Tackle Climate Change
  3. U.S. Talks Tough on Leaker (6/24)

Washington Post

  1. Supreme Court Sends Texas affirmative action plan back for further review
  2. Does the senate immigration bill really need 70 votes?
  3. Border security amendment clears hurdle bolstering chances for immigration bill (6/24)

Washington Times

  1. Obamacare ‘rate shock’ hits Ohio with 88 percent increase hikes
  2. Lessons of 1986 loom in immigration debate (6/10)
  3. White House disputes comparisons to Bush amid NSA leak (6/10)

International

Associated Press

  1. Russia Rejects US Demand for Snowden’s Extradition
  2. Officials: 3 Dead in Afghanistan Palace Assault
  3. China Businessman Assures Nicaragua Canal Success

Reuters

  1. Russia, China reject U.S. pressure over Snowden
  2. Afghan Taliban attack in Kabul throws peace talks into further doubt
  3. Twin suicide bombs kill eight Iraqi Turkmen

Wall Street Journal

  1. China Rejects Criticism Over Snowden
  2. Qatar’s Emir Cedes Power to Son
  3. Berlusconi Is Convicted in Sex Trial (6/24)

Washington Post

  1. Russia says it has no authority to expel Snowden
  2. Explosions, gunfire reported at Afghan presidential compound
  3. In Japan, power is held where few people live

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Do We Need Women in Combat?
  2. China’s New “Great Leap” Hasn’t Learned the Lessons of the First One

Breitbart

  1. Obama’s Lost War: On Eve of Talks, Taliban Attack Karzai’s Palace  (6/24)
  2. Politico: Obama Must Use ‘Fear’ (6/24)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Senate takes major vote on immigration reform (6/24)
  2. Obama’s new climate plan relies on unilateral executive power
  3. GOP farm bill rebels not swayed by subsidies (6/24)

CNSNews.com

  1. IRS Sent $7,319,518 in Refunds to One Bank Account Used by 2,706 Aliens (6/24)
  2. Taliban Suicide Attack Near Presidential Palace Deals Another Blow to Precarious Talks

Hot Air

  1. Special election in MA: Markey vs. Gomez for US Senate

National Review

  1. A ‘Far Broader’ BOLO List?
  2. In Defense of Paula Deen

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Treaty Cheating: Russia said to be violating 1987 missile accord
  2. The Liberal Base Not Sold on Clinton

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. How to Help Pay for Snowden’s Getaway Without Being Caught? Bitcoins.
  2. Yoselyn Ortega, Alleged Killer Nanny, Says ‘I’m Sick in My Mind’
  3. U.S. Threatens Russia With Retaliation on Edward Snowden

Huffington Post

  1. Farm Bill Failure Sparks Harry Reid Threat: Senate Won’t Bail Out House With Stopgap (6/24)
  2. Samuel Alito Rolls Eyes While Ruth Bader Ginsburg Reads Dissent

Talking Points Memo

      1. Umm…Sounds A Bit Different

ThinkProgress

      1. BREAKING: Senate Clears Way for Immigration Reform Bill To Pass With Broad Bipartisan Support

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