Morning Headlines: Thursday, May 30

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File Photo: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill March 6, 2013 in Washington, DC.
File Photo: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill March 6, 2013 in Washington, DC.
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Here are the stories we’re reading today. What headlines are getting your attention?

Country’s biggest stars sing for Oklahoma tornado relief

Holder Faces a New Round of Criticism

Threatening letter sent to Bloomberg may contain poison

Rich Lowry: Being Eric Holder

Michael Gerson: Eric Holder, giving Justice a bad name

New York Times, AP Won’t Attend Off-The-Record Eric Holder Meeting

ACLU Defends News Organizations For Rejecting Off-The-Record Meeting With Attorney General

Carney: Holder Did Not Lie About Press Probe

Conservative groups sue Holder, IRS over Tea Party targeting

Obama to nominate James Comey to lead the FBI

Former Bush Official Said to Be Obama Pick to Lead F.B.I.

Daniel Henninger: Obama’s Dangerous Confusions

Obama’s Travels Are Scrutinized in Era of Belt Tightening

Thanks for the memories! Bachmann’s 10 most controversial moments

Will Republicans filibuster Obama’s three judicial nominations?

Dana Milbank: Bachmann goes out of business

Russia reasserting role in Syria region

Michael Gerson: Eric Holder, giving Justice a bad name

Friend Of Bombing Suspect Unarmed When Shot By FBI: Report

GOP Lawmaker Accuses Pentagon Of ‘Singling Out Christianity’

Gail Collins: Michele, Here’s the Bell

R.I. Gov. Chafee, an independent who was a Republican, plans to become a Democrat

UK confirms extended detentions of up to 90 Afghans

Yankees are Met with slew of runs at Stadium, as Hefner finally gets first win

Mets win third straight Subway clash as Phelps falls flat for Bombers

Morning Headlines: Thursday, May 30

Updated