The Company Memo: Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Updated
This image made available by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows an undated image of Edward Snowden, 29.
This image made available by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows an undated image of Edward Snowden, 29.
AP Photo/The Guardian, Ewen MacAskill

The search for Edward Snowden continues Tuesday, and while it’s widely believed that he’s still in Russia, the Russians claim they have nothing to do with him. Senator Robert Menendez, D-N.J.,  will give his take on how the U.S should handle this tense diplomatic situation. He’s also a member of the Gang of Eight and will update us on the status of his immigration bill a day after it went through an important vote in the Senate.

msnbc’s Craig Melvin has the latest on the George Zimmerman trial, which began Monday with opening statements.

And it turns out that the IRS wasn’t just targeting conservative groups, they also applied extra scrutiny to organizations with “progressive” and “occupy” in their names – much to the ire of Democrats. The New York Times’ Nicholas Confessore and Politico’s Maggie Haberman will give us their take on this new development.

Plus, a special election in Massachusetts to fill the Senate seat vacated by Sec. of State John Kerry is underway Tuesday, and  both candidates have campaigned heavily in the final days. Pre-election polls favor Democratic candidate Rep. Ed Markey, a 27 year veteran of Congress, but Republican candidate Gabriel Gomez, a businessman and former Navy Seal, remains in the race. Reporter Alison King is in Boston with the very latest on that election.

The Company Memo: Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Updated