Morning Must Reads: January 9

In the News: The sequel to Iraq's War, the future of unemployment and the Farm Bill, Obama's NSA limits, and Janet Yellen

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

  • Grim Sequel to Iraq’s War [NYT]
  • Obama Said to Favor Limits on Spying on Foreign Leaders [Bloomberg]
  • Chris Christie’s Carefully Devised, No-Nonsense Image is in Peril [NYT]
  • The End of Moderates and What it Means [Washington Post]
  • “The most obvious place to find the money to offset extended jobless benefits, a demand of the GOP, may be in the bill that provides food stamps, but that plan will first require a to-be-determined deal on the farm bill.” [Roll Call]
  • The Most Unprecedented Thing About Janet Yellen [TIME]
  • Nancy Pelosi Raised $35 Million for Democrats in 2013 [Politico]
  • “Congressional conservatives are split on the new Israeli policy that allows the government pay for abortions for women between the ages of 20–33, with many quiet, but others critical. “The truth is it’s something that breaks my heart,” Rep. Trent Franks says.” [Buzzfeed]

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