Morning Must Reads: January 13

In the news: an interim Iran nuclear accord, the United States' $1.1 trillion spending bill, and Hillary Clinton's hit list

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

  • “Iran and six world powers took a significant and hard-won step toward nuclear rapprochement on Sunday, announcing a deal to implement a landmark agreement that caps Iran’s disputed nuclear program in return for a modest easing of crippling economic sanctions.” [WashPost]
  • “House-Senate negotiators have substantially narrowed their differences over a $1.1 trillion governmentwide spending bill and are closing in on a deal that the leadership hopes can be filed by Monday night and moved quickly through Congress this week.” [Politico]
  • Bad News: The reputation of Roger Ailes [New Yorker]
  • A Balance of Powers Case With Senate GOP Power in the Balance [Roll Call]
  • “Duluth, Minn., and Superior Wis., are so close physically and culturally that they are known as the Twin Ports. But much began to change when Minnesota government went all Democratic and Wisconsin all Republican.” [NYT]
  • Hillary’s Hit List [Hill]