Morning Round-Up 7-25 - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Morning Round-Up 7-25
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Feature of the Day: RFK files show missile crisis disrupted anti-Castro plots

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Unbowed, Foes of Spying Program Vow To Fight On
  2. Obama Economic Tour Attracts Low Expectations
  3. Rig Owner Eyes Relief Well To Divert Gas Off Coast

Politico

  1. Why Anthony Weiner won’t win
  2. Rand Paul in tough spot in 2014 Ky. Senate race
  3. War of words: Joe Scarborough, Sean Hannity

Reuters

  1. Detroit area’s battle with blight may be key to survival
  2. Senate approves deal to reverse spike in student loan rates
  3. Capitol Hill hearing focuses on Trayvon Martin shooting

Wall Street Journal

  1. Move to Curb NSA Surveillance Program Defeated
  2. New Health-Care Law’s Success Rests on the Young
  3. Fed Chief Choice Shapes Up as Race Between Summers, Yellen

Washington Post

  1. Huma Abedin steps into high profile role as Anthony Weiner’s chief defender
  2. Koch Brothers 3.0: A solution for America’s Main Street?
  3. Majority of Americans favor restricting abortion at 20 weeks, according to new Post-ABC poll

Washington Times

  1. Obama continues economy talk, this time in Florida
  2. Sex, money, and lies: ‘Culture of Corruption’ boomerangs on Democrats as scandals blossom nationwide
  3. McAuliffe is tied to executive of Chinese firm accused of spying; senator demands answers on visas

International

Associated Press

  1. North Korea to Put Captured US Spy Ship on Display
  2. China Indicts Ex-Politician Bo Xilai For Graft
  3. Europe Court: Khodorkovsky Case Not Political

Reuters

  1. Israeli minister sees possible Palestinian talks on July 30
  2. China says military aircraft near Japan on training mission
  3. South Africa’s ‘worst rapist’ hangs himself before trial

Wall Street Journal

  1. Ireland Sets Vote for Future of Upper House
  2. Egypt General Stokes Protest
  3. Stalled Project Shows Why China’s Economy Is Wobbling

Washington Post

  1. Pope to celebrate mass on Copacabana Beach
  2. Honduran gangs offer peace from prison
  3. China charges Bo Xilai with corruption

Top Conservative Stories of the Day: 

The American Conservative

  1. Antiwar.com Under Surveillance
  2. Nanny State Vs. Nanny School

The Blaze

  1. Darrell Issa Reveals Yet Another Potential Obama Administration Scandal: That’s ‘Against the Law’ (7-24)
  2. Trey Gowdy Absolutely Unloads on Key Obama Adviser: ‘Demagogic, Self-Serving, Political Hack’ (7-24) 

Breitbart

  1. Exclusive: White House, GOP Leadership Ignore Facts to Attack Steve King (7-24)
  2. Weiner Hints More Salacious Material Could Surface (7-24)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Race relations have plummeted since Obama took office, according to poll
  2. Charlie Rangel feels really, really bad for Huma Abedin (7-24)

CNSNews.com

  1. Navy Using Video Game ‘Avatars’ to Combat Sexual Assault; Sailors to Act Out ‘Scripted Scenarios’
  2. Obama Denounces Congress for Focusing on ‘Phony Scandals,’ Promises More Executive Action (7-24)

National Review

  1. The Huma Craze
  2. Detroit’s Precious Art

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Obamacare Under Fire From Conservative Activist Groups
  2. Rep. Michael Turner Criticizes Holding of Political Prisoners in Georgia

Top Liberal Stories of the Day:

The Daily Beast

  1. The Government’s Perilous Bitcoin Chase
  2. John Kerry’s Years of Quiet Diplomacy Helped Forge Path to Peace Talks
  3. Anthony Weiner, Aaron Hernandez, and a Tale of Two Selfies 

Huffington Post

  1. Larry Summers Fed Nomination Would Bypass ‘Steady’ and ‘Right’ Janet Yellen (7-24)
  2. Republicans Wrongly Accuse Obama of Court-Packing—Again (7-24)

Talking Points Memo

  1. Florida to Resume Voter Purge Following Supreme Court VRA Ruling
  2. Weiner Marks Line in Sand for Final Stand

ThinkProgress

      1. North Carolina Gun Owners Will Soon Be Able To Carry Arms At Bars and Playgrounds (7-24)

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