Morning Must Reads: February 28

In the news: Woodward "threatened" by White House, Obama's sequester bluff, red states, Voting Rights Act, Arne Duncan's pinocchio.

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The early morning sun rises behind the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

  • Sequester negotiations could last until May.
  • Bob Woodward claims to be “threatened” by White House. Email exchange proves otherwise. UPDATED.
  • Budget cuts may hit red states harder.
  • Can Boehner and Obama get along?
  • Pictures of the White House gutted in 1949.
  • Justice Sonia Sotomayor‘s role in the Voting Rights Act trial.
  • It’s the Federal Reserve’s 100th birthday; George Will blows out the candles.
  • Karl Rove: Call Obama’s bluff. “Giving Obama flexibility on where to make cuts will temporarily give him greater power. But it will also empower House Republicans, who exercise oversight.”
  • Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s long nose.