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Morning Round-Up 6-26

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Associated Press

  1. Texas Abortion Bill Falls After Challenge
  2. High Court Gay Marriage Decisions Due Wednesday
  3. States Promise Quick Action On Election Laws 


  1. Obama confronts Bush court on voting, gay rights cases
  2. SCOTUS ruling sets stage for voter ID battle
  3. Obama’s muted response to a civil rights challenge


  1. Supreme Court due to set legal course on gay marriage
  2. Republican battles over Medicaid turn to God and morality

      3. Marathon speech helps Democrats block Texas abortion bill

Wall Street Journal

  1. Supreme Court Set to Rule on Gay Marriage
  2. President Details Sweeping Climate Policies (6/25)
  3. Texas Abortion Bill Fails Amid Protests


Washington Post

  1. Supreme Court stops use of key part of Voting Rights Act
  2. Passion fades for President Obama among Democrats
  3. Supreme Court decision on voting rights may leave law in limbo

Washington Times

  1. Obama’s torment: U.S. loses secrets, prestige as Russia, China protect Snowden
  2. Weiner jumps to lead among Democrats in NYC’s mayoral race: poll
  3. HURT: Voting Rights Act represents abomination of justice



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


  1. Mursi to make his move as Egypt protests loom
  2. Kuwait cabinet sets parliamentary vote July 27: KUNA
  3. U.S. employer held captive in China factory keeps his hopes up

Wall Street Journal

  1. Russia Won’t Stop Snowden, Putin Says
  2. U.S. Overtakes China
  3. With Kabul Attack, Taliban Pursue Dual Strategy (6/25)

Washington Post

  1. After Snowden leak, critics of US spy a chance to return rhetorical fire
  2. Russia reports pullout from small base in Syria
  3. Syrian rebels say they need U.S. weapons now

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. Turkish Spring
  2. The Consolations of Philosophy 


  1. EXCLUSIVE: Palin Throws Down Gauntlet Primary Challenges to Rubio, Ayotte
  2. Shadow of Roe V. Wade Hangs Over Gay Marriage Cases

The Daily Caller  

  1. Senior Obama administration officials met with radical Muslim preacher at White House
  2. ACLJ lawsuit against IRS swells to 41 conservative groups

  1. Feinstein: ‘I Can’t Remember How Many DUIs Somebody Can Have’ and Still Be Legalized Under Immigration Bill (6/25)
  2. Senate Bill Will Legalize Illegal Aliens Who Have 2 DUIs (6/25)

Hot Air

  1. Video: Cruz tries to offer amendment addressing ObamaCare penalty in immigration bill

National Review

  1. Obama’s Radical Climate Agenda
  2. Yes, Race Relations Have Improved Since 1965

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Breach: U.S. officials: China, Russia, gained access to Snowden’s secrets
  2. Conservatives: Court Ruling Recognizes Progress

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. Wendy Davis: The State Senator Who Killed the Texas Abortion Bill
  2. George Zimmerman Is Off to a Rough Start, Legal Experts Say
  3. Cold War Remixed: Edward Snowden Moves Into Graham Greene Territory

Huffington Post

  1. Texas Abortion Bill Filibustered By State Senator Wendy Davis Is Dead
  2. Massachusetts Special Election Results: Ed Markey Beats Gabriel Gomez (6/25)

Talking Points Memo

      1. First Rule of Politicians Club


      1. CNN Host Dismisses Texas Abortion Filibuster: ‘Why Not Spend the Time Trying to Compromise?’

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