Morning Must Reads: November 11

In the news: typhoon Haiyan, Iran nuclear program deal; Veterans' Day; the looming congressional budget conference; Sen. Elizabeth Warren

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Vietnam veterans, Hilton Deshields (L) and Robert J. Davis say a prayer at the Vietnam Memorial November 11, 2004 in Washington, DC.

  • ‘They’re Walking Because There’s Nothing Else’: Dazed Survivors Struggle in Haiyan’s Wake [TIME]
    • Videos show Typhoon Haiyan’s charge across Philippines [WashPost]
  • Secretary of State John Kerry sought to reassure this Persian Gulf ally (United Arab Emirates) on Monday that negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program would not put its security at risk, and he pleaded with critics of a deal, notably Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, not to try to scuttle an accord before the details were hammered out.” [NYT]
  • For Veterans With PTSD, A New Demon: Their Meds [WSJ]
    • On Veterans’ Day: 3 Facts About the Nation’s Newest Veterans [TIME]
  • Patty Murray, Democrats’ Budget Leader, Faces a New Test [WSJ]
  • Hillary’s Nightmare? A Democratic Party That Realizes Its Soul Lies With Elizabeth Warren [New Republic]