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Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton Aide, Appears Before House Panel

Lawmakers planned to place Ms. Mills under oath and ask her about Mrs. Clinton’s private email account and about the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.

9:30 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

First Draft: Calls Intensify for More Debates on the Democratic Side

Many activists have argued that the decision to abbreviate the party’s debate schedule was done to benefit Hillary Rodham Clinton, the front-runner in most ...

9:02 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Iran Deal Will Top Agenda When Saudi King Visits White House

With the nuclear deal now poised to go into effect, the meeting represents the first major effort by President Obama to reassure crucial Persian Gulf allies.

9:00 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

First Draft: First Draft Focus: Throwback Thursday — Whoa, Baby!

The Republican vice-presidential candidate, Representative William E. Miller of New York, held Paul Kirchenstein, 1, while campaigning in Lowell, Ind., in ...

8:00 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Nearly 1 million veterans have pending applications for health care at the VA — and a third may already be dead

Despite promises for widespread reform, nearly 900,000 military veterans have pending applications to access health care from the Department of Veterans ...

8:00 AM ET FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

First Draft: Former Clinton Aide to Testify at House Benghazi Committee

The Republican-led panel wants to question Cheryl Mills, Hillary Rodham Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, about the personal email account Mrs. ...

7:25 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Capital Journal Daybreak: Obama Locks In Votes to Secure Iran Nuclear Deal, More

The Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter is The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on ...

7:24 AM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Vigorous Senate Race Unfolds in Keystone State

State-level battles like Pennsylvania's will decide the war for the Senate. The map overall favors Democrats, but the fight won't be a cakewalk.

7:17 AM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Why Surviving Congress Is the Easy Part of the Iran Nuclear Deal

Aaron David Miller: Even if the Iran deal survives Congress, controversy over the agreement or Iran's nuclear program won't end.

6:15 AM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

The pope is visiting. Federal workers should treat it like three snow days

Traffic congestion will be so bad that federal employees in the Washington area should try not to come into work when Pope Francis comes to town for three days ...

6:00 AM ET FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)