Secret Service cover up? . . . Examiner
Secret Service managers told agents in Atlanta not to file a written report after discovering that a man with a criminal record who had a gun rode in an elevator with President Obama during his visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sept. 16.
Fence jumper pleads not guilty . . . Reuters
Omar Gonzalez was charged with unlawful entry while carrying a weapon. Gonzalez’s lawyer said his client was mentally competent and did not need an evaluation.
Immigration rule delay hurts Dems . . . Washington Post
Activists in key states say it is increasingly difficult to register would-be Latino voters who would vote for Democrats because of unhappiness over Obama’s decision.
Netanyahu pleads: Don’t let Iran go nuclear . . . CNS News
“As you know, Mr. President, Iran seeks a deal that would lift the tough sanctions that you’ve worked so hard to put in place, and leave it as a threshold nuclear power. I fervently hope that under your leadership that would not happen.”
Majority support ground troops . . . Fox News
By a 52-42 percent margin, voters favor adding ground troops if airstrikes aren’t enough to defeat ISIS.
WH won’t stop entry from ebola regions . . . Daily Caller
White House spokesman Josh Earnest rebuffed questions about a possible federal ban on travel from Ebola-stricken countries and said the president will rely instead on government medical professionals to contain imported epidemics.
Obama to charge for wilderness photos . . . The Blaze
Two senators are asking the Obama administration to withdraw a rule that would require people to pay as much as $1,500 for a permit in order to take pictures or videos of U.S. wilderness areas.
Irrepressibly irresponsible Obama . . . Piers Morgan
“It’s time he got off the damn golf course, got up to speed with his intelligence briefings and focused on wiping out ISIS.”
China Foreign minister slaps down Kerry . . . CNS News
“Hong Kong affairs are China’s internal affairs,” Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Kerry at the State Department. “All countries should respect China’s sovereignty.”
Boehner wants Jeb in the race . . . The Hill
For the past year, Speaker John Boehner has been wooing his longtime friend Jeb Bush to jump into the 2016 presidential race, even as he has shunned potential Tea Party rivals like Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Why Jeb could win the nomination . . . Mat Bai
Old-line, establishment Republicans have managed to wrest the nomination in every election since Ronald Reagan left office, and there’s really no reason to think it’s any less plausible in 2016.
Feds study why fat girls can’t get dates . . . Free Beacon
The federal government is spending nearly a half a million dollars to find out why obese teenage girls have a hard time getting dates.