Morning Must Reads: September 10

In the News: France taking Russian plan to the UN, Opposition to Syria Strike Grows, O'Donnell Grills Weiner, and the Words of John Kerry

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

  • France seeking UN backing for Russia’s plan to take up Syria’s chemical weapons [NYT]
  • Washington Post-ABC News Poll finds opposition to the strike in Syria is rising [Washington Post]
  • Senate delays vote on  Syria [USA Today]
  • In a round of interviews yesterday, Obama called the Russian plan a “potential breakthrough.” [TIME]
  • California Democrat Barbara Lee and the Anti-War Push [National Journal]
  • “What I find strange about your campaign is what seems to be your absolute desperate need for elective office and what seems to be your inability to live outside of it,” Lawrence O’Donnell tells Anthony Weiner during an interview that aired Monday. [MSNBC]
  • “Pink slime” makes a comeback in school lunches [Politico]
  • New documents show the government uses the border to seize electronic devices without obtaining a warrant. [NYT]
  • Federal hiring is at its lowest point in six years [Washington Post]
  • Social Media users in China could face prison for posting slanderous content [WSJ]
  • Credit rating agencies are taking a back seat during this year’s debt ceiling debate [The Hill]
  • (Infographic) What’s the Word: What John Kerry says when he talks about Syria [TIME]