EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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North Korea’s Antipathy for the U.S. Is Seen at a New High

North Korea’s deputy permanent representative, Ri Tong-il, recited grievances with the United States and South Korea, accusing them of conspiring for regime ...

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

A Dozen States File Suit Against New Coal Rules

The states are seeking to block efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce carbon emissions from coal-powered plants.

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Obama Expresses Confidence in C.I.A. Director

Senator Ron Wyden has urged the Justice Department to reopen its investigation into the agency over its improper search of computer files of the Senate ...

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Congress Set to Make Exit, but Few Cheer

After a session in which both parties shared the blame for inaction on major issues, a five-week recess lies ahead.

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

California Asks: Should Doctors Face Drug Tests?

A battle over a proposal, packed away in a broader initiative meant to raise the financial cap on medical malpractice awards, is being closely watched across ...

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

White House Memo: After Heated Week, President Blows Off Steam

Obama revealed a long list of gripes in a nearly 50-minute news conference that ranged from a recalcitrant Congress that is refusing to deliver the emergency ...

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Deadline Set to Redraw Voting Map in Florida

A judge admitted that he was unsure how to resolve the problem of illegally gerrymandered districts before elections in November.

August 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

GOP chafes at federal paralegals’ idleness; lawmakers criticize top patent official

Conservative Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee were not happy to learn this week that paralegals at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s appeals ...

August 1 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

With No Deal in Congress on Border, Obama Says He’ll ‘Act Alone’

President Obama says he'll act alone on immigration in light of the inability of the House and Senate to agree on his request for money to help deal with the ...

August 1 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Pentagon sends more equipment and aid to Ukraine

Package worth $8 million follows $7 million sent in April.         

August 1 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON