Morning Must Reads: November 19

In the news: Obamacare, Israel-U.S. relations, J.P. Morgan Chase's $13 billion settlement, Rob Ford, the 2014 and 2016 elections, and JFK

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

  • Split on Accord on Iran Strains U.S.-Israel Ties [NYT]
    • John Kerry vs. the ‘Babble’ [Politico]
  • “The Obama Administration brought in a private consulting team to independently assess how the federal online health insurance enrollment system was developing, according to a newly disclosed document, and in late March received a clear warning that its Oct. 1 launch was fraught with risks.” [WashPost]
    • “The flawed rollout of the Affordable Care Act has pushed President Obama to the lowest point of his presidency, with dwindling faith in his competence and in many of the personal attributes that have buoyed him in the past, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.” [WashPost]
  • J.P. Morgan Chase and the Justice Department Monday agreed to a landmark $13 billion settlement that resolves a number of legal headaches for the largest U.S. bank… [WSJ]
  • Meet the Man Who Lost to Rob Ford [National Journal]
  • Forget the 2016 chatter. It’s 2014 that matters. [Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal in Politico]
    • Why Wisconsin’s governor may be Chris Christie’s toughest competition in 2016 [Slate]
    • Las Vegas Never Wanted to Host a Republican Convention—Until Now [BuzzFeed]
  • My first plane flight, to mourn JFK [Yahoo!]