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Back from war, back to work

Back from war, back to work

06/21/12 08:00PM

Ret. Brig. General, U.S. Army, Mike Fleming of Deutsche Bank, and Dr. Kodi Azari discuss the organization VOWS – Veterans on Wall Street, which holds jobs fairs and raising money for veterans’ causes. Dr. Azari also talks about Operation Mend which... watch

Romney softens immigration stance; Moody's...

Romney softens immigration stance; Moody's downgrades

06/21/12 08:00PM

Top Talkers: A new Pew Research poll finds that among all registered voters, President Obama holds a four-point lead over Mitt Romney with 50 percent to 46 percent. An AP poll also shows the president leading. The Morning Joe panel – including Random... watch

Bruce Springsteen (L) and Steven Van Zandt perform at The Apollo Theater on March 9, 2012

Chris Christie: "No one is beyond the reach of Bruce!"

06/21/12 12:26PM

The Atlantic has a GREAT story on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and his thoughts on one of his biggest musical heroes, Bruce Springsteen.Writer Jeffrey Goldberg hangs with Christie at a Boss concert in Newark, N.J., at the governor's office in Trenton, N.J. and gets Christie to share what he likes about Springsteen, what frustrates him, and his feelings over the fact that Springsteen does not communicate with the governor.“At some point maybe I will be. read more

Must-Read Op-Eds for Thursday, June 21, 2012

06/21/12 11:31AM

AVOIDING THE PERILS OF PALINBY JOE SCARBOROUGHPOLITICOConventional wisdom tells us that Mitt Romney is in search of a boring white guy as a running mate. The melodrama of John McCain’s “high risk-high reward” pick of Alaska’s Sarah Palin is the main driver of that discussion since the Palin choice gave us a lot of reality shows — and helped give us President Obama. No way this time, say the Romneyites. They’ll happily forgo heat and buzz for safety and stolidity. read more

An excerpt from David Ignatius' "Bloodmoney"

An excerpt from David Ignatius' "Bloodmoney"

06/21/12 06:08AM

In the softening light of another afternoon, nearly two years later, the façade of the Inter-Services Intelligence headquarters looked almost welcoming. It was an anonymous gray stucco building in the Aabpara neighborhood of the capital, set back from the Kashmir Highway. The only distinctive feature was a ribbon of black stone that wrapped around the front, making it look as tidy as a gift box. Although the building was unmarked, the ISI’s presence in the neighborhood was hardly a secret. read more

Morning Headlines: Thursday, June 21

06/21/12 05:51AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Distaste for health care law reflects ad spendingHouse GOP votes to cite Holder for contemptCIA Said to Aid in Steering Arms to Syrian OppositionFederal Reserve renews program to spur growth amid concerns about economyRomney Campaign Asks Florida Governor To Downplay Good Economy NewsReport: Ecuador decision on Assange asylum imminentObama campaign in the red for month of MayIn campaign ads, ‘Congress’ is now four-letter wordRomney winning the mega-donor war read more