Morning Must Reads: November 7

In the News: A simple guide to the Iran Nuclear talks, Twitter's IPO, more on the election, and TIME's new issue is all about Christie...and food

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

  • The Iran Nuclear Talks for Dummies [TIME]
  • Twitter’s IPO will Make These Men Very, Very Rich [TIME]
  • “ObamaCare’s financing won’t work unless “young healthies” (or their parents) pay through the nose for coverage under parental plans or via the individual mandate. The 18-26 age group is the lowest user of care, the least costly to cover and the most profitable of all health-insurance coverage. Yet the group faces extraordinarily high Obamacare rates.” [WSJ]
  • Can Christie be the Republican Bill Clinton? [Politico]
  • Close Result in Va. Governor’s Race Hardens GOP Divisions [Washington Post]
  • “Leaders of the Republican establishment, alarmed by the emergence of far-right and often unpredictable Tea Party candidates, are pushing their party to rethink how it chooses nominees and advocating changes they say would result in the selection of less extreme contenders.” [NYT]
  • “The 2016 Republican presidential primary unofficially kicked off this week — more than two years before the first votes will be cast. And Republicans have themselves to blame for it.” [Washington Post]
  • Labor Union’s: Election 2013’s Biggest Winner [TIME]
  • Texas’ Stringent Voter ID law Makes a Dent at Polls [NYT]

Also, what’s Prettier in Print: Posts from TIME’s latest issue

Cover Story: Chris Christie was Born to Run by Michael Scherer

Chris Christie is a Man for All Factions by Joe Scarborough

Frenemies: The U.S.-German Trade Story by Rana Foroohar

Brief: Big Change to the Big Metros

Culture: The Gods of Food

Remembering Charlie Trotter