Morning Must Reads: May 10

In the news: Texas, Benghazi, immigration reform, Syria, Hispanics, Wall St. five years later, E-Bay, and Prince Harry.

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

  • On jobs tour in Texas, Obama offers little new hope for jobs progress In Washington
  • Benghazi talking points underwent 12 revisions, scrubbed of terror reference
  • Senate takes step forward on immigration reform
  • Woman rescued from Bangladesh rubble two weeks after collapse
  • Paul Krugman: Does Bernake blow bubbles?
  • Charles Krauthammer: Pink line over Syria
  • Hispanic voter turnout is weak
  • What Wall St. and Europe’s banks have learned five years after the fall
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., introduced her first piece of legislation this week, a proposal that would allow students to take out government educational loans at the same rate that big banks pay to borrow from the federal government.
  • Some small businesses rip E-Bay for opposing online sales tax legislation
  • Prince Harry tours the U.S.