Morning Must Reads: June 28

In the news: immigration reform, student loan rates, South Africa, Aaron Hernadez, Jon Corzine, and congressional facial hair

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

  • Senate passes historic immigration reform bill
  • Obama has an ‘ugly American‘ problem
  • Student loans rates are set to double to 6.8 percent Monday, since Republicans, Democrats and the Obama administration could not agree on a plan to keep it from happening
  • USIS, the contractor that screened Edward Snowden for his top-secret clearance, repeatedly misled the government about the thoroughness of its background checks
  • Obama visits South Africa
  • Former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine charged with overseeing the misuse of almost $1 billion in customer funds from his time as chief executive of MF Global Holdings
  • Aaron Hernadez and violence in the NFL
  • Nearly one in five members of Congress gets paid twice
  • Chief Justice Roberts plays a long game
  • Syria won’t be Iran’s quagmire
  • The essential guide to congressional facial hair