EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Immigration Debate Very Much Alive on Campaign Trail

Immigration has disappeared from the agenda in Washington, but on the presidential campaign trail, it is very much alive, with candidates in both parties ...

April 18 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Obama to push climate change for Earth Day

President will visit the Florida Everglades on Wednesday to discuss climate change.         

April 18 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Chris Christie Reminded of New Jersey’s Fiscal Woes

Gov. Chris Christie had to contend with bad fiscal news in the middle of a swing through New Hampshire as the Republican seeks momentum behind a possible 2016 ...

April 17 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

GOP presidential hopefuls woo party faithful in NH

Republican presidential hopefuls descended on New Hampshire Friday as part of the Republican Leadership Summit, a two-day event that has drawn about 500 GOP ...

April 17 CNN POLITICS

National Briefing | Southwest: Texas: Bill Prohibiting Cities From Banning Fracking Advances

The move comes after voters in Denton, near Dallas, imposed a hydraulic fracturing ban to keep drilling outside their city limits.

April 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Military Deaths in Afghan and ISIS Operations

The Department of Defense has identified 2,343 American service members who have died as a part of the Afghan war and three service members who have died ...

April 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Hillary Clinton Hiring of C.F.O. Is Called Signal to Possible Donors

The recruitment of Gary Gensler, a former Wall Street regulator, as chief financial officer was meant to show the Clinton campaign is serious about avoiding ...

April 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Robert P. Griffin Dies at 91; Senator Urged Nixon to Quit

Mr. Griffin, a former Republican senator and congressman from Michigan, championed a law to fight corruption in labor unions.

April 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Marco Rubio Swings Through New Hampshire

On his first day on the campaign trail as a declared 2016 presidential candidate, Senator Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida, embraced New Hampshire’s appetite ...

April 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Congressional Memo: Republicans in Quandary Over Vote on Loretta Lynch

Loretta E. Lynch, the attorney general nominee on hold for six months, has become a bargaining chip in an unrelated battle over President Obama’s immigration ...

April 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS