Morning Must Reads: February 3

In the news: Bill O'Reilly interviews Obama, Janet Yellen takes over the Fed, U.S. and E.U. to offer financial aid to Ukraine, and will NJ Gov. Christie's scandal hurt donations to the Republican Governors Association?

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

  • Bill O’Reilly’s Super Bowl interview with President Obama [Fox News]
  • “President Obama, in an interview with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly, tried to put behind him the scandals that have hung over his second term, suggesting his administration did not mislead the public on the Benghazi attack and going so far as to say the IRS targeting scandal had “not even a smidgen of corruption.” [Fox News]
  • Janet Yellen takes over the Fed—and takes on politics [Politico]
  • “The super wealthy boost the Republican Governors Association ahead of the Democrats going into 2014. But can Gov. Chris Christie keep the money flowing [Slate]
  • The U.S., E.U. wade deeper into Ukraine standoff with aid Plan [WSJ]
  • Hillary Clinton, Richard Branson, and the 25-year-old wunderkind Dems fell for [National Journal]
  • The Middle Class is steadily eroding. Just ask the business world. [NYT]
  • The most expensive Senate race of the cycle—so far [Roll Call]
  • Why the U.S. can’t kill the Benghazi attackers with a drone strike [TIME]
  • Marijuana-laced treats leave Colorado jonesing for safety rules [NPR]