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3:40 PM ET, July 1, 2013

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Sergei L. Loiko / Los Angeles Times:
Edward Snowden asking 15 countries for asylum, Russian official says  —  Passengers sleep outside Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport on June 29, 2013.  (Sergei Ilnitsky / EPA / June 29, 2013)  —  MOSCOW — Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor …
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New York Times:
Putin Says Snowden Must Stop Hurting U.S. to Stay in Russia  —  MOSCOW — President Vladimir V. Putin said on Monday that Edward J. Snowden, the former national security staffer accused of espionage, would not receive political asylum in Russia unless he stops publishing classified documents that hurt the interests of the United States.
Reuters:
Snowden applies for asylum in Russia: immigration source
Ian Swanson / The Hill:
Snowden seeks asylum in Russia
Justin Sink / The Hill:
Rep. Peter King: ‘KGB thug’ Putin outsmarting Obama over Snowden
Discussion: Politico
Associated Press:
Vladimir Putin: Edward Snowden must stop leaking secrets to stay
William Neuman / New York Times:
Snowden's Fate Is Up to Russia, Ecuador Says
Meghashyam Mali / The Hill:
George W. Bush: Snowden ‘damaged’ the nation's security
Discussion: Prairie Weather
BBC:
Brotherhood HQ in Cairo stormed  —  Anti-government protesters in Egypt have stormed the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo.  —  People are reported to have ransacked the building in the capital's Moqattam district, throwing objects out of its windows, before setting it on fire.
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New York Times:
Egyptian Protesters Storm Headquarters of Ruling Party  —  CAIRO — As millions of Egyptians streamed into the streets of cities across the country to demand the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, attackers stormed the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood here early on Monday after hours of clashes with armed people trapped inside.
Fernanda Santos / New York Times:
Fast-Moving Blaze Kills 19 Firefighters in Central Arizona  —  CONGRESS, Ariz. — Nineteen firefighters were killed on Sunday battling a fast-moving wildfire menacing a small town in central Arizona.  —  The firefighters died fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire near the town of Yarnell, about 80 miles northwest of Phoenix.
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Ben Geman / E2-Wire:
President: ‘Painful’ wildfire deaths in Arizona raise ‘broader questions’
Discussion: The Hill
Philip Messing / New York Post:
JFK Airport security supervisor axed after accidentally sending XXX photo of his genitals in mass email blast  —  A JFK Airport security supervisor has been fired for mistakenly sending out a mass e-mail blast — of his genitals — to nearly two dozen shocked underlings, supervisors and Port Authority executives.
Alex Isenstadt / Politico:
GOP could pay price for gerrymandering  —  No one disputes Republicans used the once-a-decade redistricting process to lock in their House majority — almost certainly through 2014 and possibly until the next round of line-drawing in 2020.  —  But the party could pay a steep price for that dominance.
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Tara Culp-Ressler / ThinkProgress:
Surrounded By Men, Ohio Governor Signs Stringent Abortion Restrictions Into Law  —  Gov. John Kasich (R) signs the two-year budget bill on Sunday.  (Credit: Karen Kasler)  —  Flanked by a group of other male officials, Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) signed a contentious two-year budget bill into law on Sunday evening.
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Juliet Eilperin / Post Politics:
Ohio Gov. John Kasich signs new abortion restrictions into law
Discussion: Shakesville
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
War On the Unemployed  —  Is life too easy for the unemployed?  You may not think so, and I certainly don't think so.  But that, remarkably, is what many and perhaps most Republicans believe.  And they're acting on that belief: there's a nationwide movement under way to punish the unemployed …
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The Atlantic Online:
How North Carolina Became the Wisconsin of 2013
Discussion: National Review
Greg Miller / Washington Post:
Misinformation on classified NSA programs includes statements by senior U.S. officials  —  Amid the cascading disclosures about National Security Agency surveillance programs, the top lawyer in the U.S. intelligence community opened his remarks at a rare public appearance last week with a lament …
Washington Post:
They said the sequester would be scary.  Mostly, they were wrong.  —  Before “sequestration” took effect, the Obama administration issued specific — and alarming — predictions about what it would bring.  There would be one-hour waits at airport security.  Four-hour waits at border crossings.
Vivian Norris / The Huffington Post:
Texas Women: Stop Having Sex With Men Who Vote Against Your Best Interests  —  “A sex strike, sometimes called a sex boycott, is a strike, a method of non-violent resistance in which one or multiple persons refrain from sex with their partner(s) to achieve certain goals.  It is a form of temporary sexual abstinence.
Discussion: Guardian
Elisabeth Rosenthal / New York Times:
American Way of Birth, Costliest in the World  —  LACONIA, N.H. — Seven months pregnant, at a time when most expectant couples are stockpiling diapers and choosing car seats, Renée Martin was struggling with bigger purchases.  —  At a prenatal class in March, she was told …
Sarah Desprat / Twitchy:
‘Future lawsuit’: CNN broadcasts George Zimmerman's Social Security number  —  CNN viewers were shocked to see George Zimmerman's personal information, including his Social Security number, broadcast live on TV. … A screenshot of the information shown on CNN, with the confidential information redacted by Twitchy:
Discussion: Mediaite, TVNewser and Weasel Zippers
J.K. Trotter / Gawker:
CUNY is Paying David Petraeus $200,000 to Work Three Hours a Week  —  A first-time adjunct professor teaching a full course load at the City University of New York can expect to pull in around $25,000 per year.  If you recently resigned as C.I.A. director over a long-time affair with your biographer …
Discussion: Taegan Goddard's …
Ezra Klein / Washington Post:
Google Reader dies today.  Here's why I'm not replacing it.  —  Google Reader will die tonight.  And I'm going to miss it terribly.  But I'm not going to replace it.  I'm going back to plain old bookmarks.  —  Goodbye Google Reader.  My conflicted feelings about your loss are represented by this moody photograph.
 
 
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Sheldon Alberts / Ballot Box:
Lundergan Grimes to announce decision on Kentucky Senate race
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Erica Martinson / Politico:
EPA sends climate rule to White House
Discussion: E2-Wire and The Daily Caller
Malte Spitz / New York Times:
Germans Loved Obama. Now We Don't Trust Him.
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Andrew Kirell / Mediaite:
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Discussion: Weasel Zippers
Hadas Gold / Politico:
Soledad O'Brien joins Al Jazeera America
Jeffrey Toobin / New Yorker:
ADIEU, DOMA!  —  The Supreme Court's embrace of gay rights …
Pam Spaulding / Firedoglake:
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Discussion: Good As You
New York Times:
Paid via Card, Workers Feel Sting of Fees