EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Obama to Lead U.N. Effort to Halt Movement of Terror Recruits

An unusual meeting of the United Nations Security Council is poised to adopt a resolution that would compel all countries to adopt laws to prosecute those who ...

September 21 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Don't expect 'perfection' on health care site

Officials are trying to manage expectations on HealthCare.gov.         

September 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama team applauds Afghanistan power sharing deal

Feuding presidential candidates in Afghanistan sign a power-sharing deal.         

September 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama expresses confidence in Secret Service

The Secret Service is investigating how a man with a knife made it to the White House door.         

September 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Obama aide predicts: U.S. will have allies in Syria

The U.S. will not be alone if it strikes the Islamic State in Syria, an official says.         

September 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Lawmakers Express Reservations About Obama’s Islamic State Strategy

Lawmakers on Sunday expressed reservations about the president’s Islamic State strategy and questioned whether the operation to defeat the extremist militants ...

September 21 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Bill Clinton drops grandchild due date hint

Nine months could be winding down to the last nine days.

September 21 CNN POLITICS

Without Bachmann, Minn. district race is off radar

Race for Minnesota's 6th District becomes sleepy race with Michele Bachmann out of the race.         

September 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Hillary Clinton's fall to-do list

Hillary Clinton's challenge, if she runs for president a second time, will be showing she is just as comfortable with Iowa's steak fry crowd as with the elite ...

September 21 CNN POLITICS

Letter From Washington: Women Hold Vital Votes in Senate Races

In the 10 most competitive Senate races, Democrats need a big margin, at least in the double digits, with female voters to prevail.

September 21 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS