Morning Must Reads: October 30

In the news: ObamaCare; spying on allies; a budget compromise; Ken Cuccinelli and the national G.O.P.; pension problems; and Independence 08

  • Share
  • Read Later
Mark Wilson / Getty Images

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

  • Another Glitch: How Some Americans Could Miss Out On Obamacare Subsidies In 2014 [TIME]
    • The President Wants You to Get Rich on Obamacare [NYT Mag]
    • Obama’s pledge that ‘no one will take away’ your health plan earns 4 Pinocchios [WashPost]
    • CGI warned of problems a month before launch [WashPost]
  • NSA chief says NATO allies shared phone records with the U.S. spy agency [WashPost]
    • “The White House indicated on Tuesday that it would support at least some of the congressional efforts to rein in the controversial surveillance practices of the National Security Agency, as political opinion in Washington hardened against the country’s embattled intelligence community.” [Guardian]
  • “The White House has cracked open the door to a budget compromise with congressional Republicans by signaling it might not insist on raising taxes as part of a deal to replace some scheduled spending cuts…” [WSJ]
  • Pension Pinch Busts City Budgets [WSJ]
  • Ken Cuccinelli’s Problems are a symptom of the GOP’s woes [National Journal]
    • “The Virginia conservative is a weak, damaged candidate whose expected loss in next week’s governor’s race offers few lessons for a 2014-focused GOP.” [National Journal]
  • Why Bubba Won’t Blow 2016 for Hillary [National Journal]
  • The Crash of Independence 08 [TIME]