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ISIS's targets and other headlines

Morning headlines: the communities in peril in Iraq, Tennessee primary results, the littlest White House perimeter breacher.

The Iraqi minorities in ISIS's crosshairs. (The Atlantic)

Why Sen. Lamar Alexander's vote for immigration reform didn't sink him in his primary. (The Washington Post)

Tennessee Congressman Scott Desjarlais wins razor-thin victory over his primary challenger: 35 votes. (The Tennessean)

Tennessee primary voters defy calls to dump three state Supreme Court justices. (The Tennessean)

Now that Sen. John Walsh is dropping out, which Democrat will run for his seat? (Billings Gazette)

Cease-fire in Gaza expires with rockets fired into Israel. (NY Times)

Three lawmakers showed up yesterday for an emergency hearing on ebola in West Africa. (The Hill)

Tropical Storm Iselle hits Hawaii overnight, with Hurricane Julio close behind. (Honolulu Star Advertiser)

Toddler squeezes through White House fence. (AP)

What are you reading this morning? Let us know in the comments, please.