Morning Must Reads: November 15

In the news: an Obamacare "fix," the next Bin Laden, China's new child and labor camp laws, the Yellen Doctrine, and Bills Gates and Clinton on the NSA, safe sex, and American exceptionalism

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

  • Obama Offers Partial ‘Fix’ To ‘You Can Keep It’ Health Care Promise [TIME]
    • Obama fights to hold the Hill [TIME]
    • Obamacare’s launch fiasco will haunt us for years to come [New Republic]
  • China’s leaders have agreed to allow couples to have two children if one of the parents is an only child. They’ve also begun plans to abolish a controversial labor camp system. [WSJ]
  • Typhoon Haiyan and the Philippines: Stress Test [Economist]
  • The Next Bin Laden [National Journal]
  • “The Central Intelligence Agency is secretly collecting bulk records of international money transfers handled by companies like Western Union—including transactions into and out of the United States—under the same law that the National Security Agency uses for its huge database of Americans’ phone records…” [NYT]
  • “Secret Service agents and managers have engaged in sexual misconduct and other improprieties across a span of 17 countries in recent years…” [WashPost]
  • Obama vs. the Generals [Politico]
  • The Yellen Doctrine [New Yorker]
  • The 15 Most Popular Cities for Millenials (D.C. Is #1) [Atlantic]
  • Bill Gates and President Bill Clinton on the NSA, Safe Sex, and American Exceptionalism [Wired]