Morning Must Reads: September 11

In the news: 9/11 anniversary, Obama addresses the nation on Syria, the NSA, Colorado gun law, and Bill de Blasio

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  • In Prime Time, Obama Struggle to Reason with Nation over Syria [TIME]
    • Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) responds [TIME]
    • Senate is wary of working with Putin on new diplomatic proposal [TIME]
  • New Yorkers Mark 12th anniversary of Sept. 11 [WSJ]
    • Safer Since 9/11? Nation Splits on Party Lines [WSJ/NBC poll]
    • Thousands to rally on Benghazi anniversary [Hill]
  • “The National Security Agency’s searches of a database containing the phone records of nearly all Americans violated privacy protections for three years by failing to meet a court-ordered standard.” [WSJ]
  • “In an unprecedented backlash, two state lawmakers who helped stiffen Colorado’s gun laws were ousted Tuesday in a recall that turned into a nationally watched referendum on gun control.” [L.A. Times]
  • “Bill de Blasio, whose campaign for mayor of New York tapped into a city’s deepening unease with income inequality and aggressive police practices, captured far more votes than any of his rivals in the Democratic primary on Tuesday.” [NYT]
  • Eliot Spitzer loses bid for New York city comptroller. [Politico]
  • Virginia Governor’s Race: Where they stand on the issues [WashPost]