White House, Netanyahu to make dueling cases . . . President Obama and two of his top national security officials will make their case publicly on Monday for a diplomatic agreement with Iran to prevent that nation from acquiring a nuclear weapon, one day before Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel is to address Congress to denounce such a deal. The president has scheduled an interview with Reuters for Monday afternoon, the same day that Susan E. Rice, his national security adviser, and Samantha Power, his ambassador to the United Nations, will address the American Israel Public Affairs Committee at its policy conference here. New York Times
WashPost: Obama spreads lies about Keystone . . . President Obama, seeking to explain his veto of a bill that would have leapfrogged the approval process for the Keystone XL pipeline, in an interview with a North Dakota station repeated some false claims that had previously earned him “Pinocchios.” Yet he managed to make his statement even more misleading than before, suggesting the pipeline would have no benefit for American producers at all. Washington Post
Court case could massively disrupt Obamacare . . . On Wednesday, the high court will hear arguments in King v. Burwell, a case that will determine whether the health law’s premium subsidies are legal in 34 states that did not set up their own insurance exchanges and rely on the Obamacare website to enroll their residents. If the court decides they’re not, an estimated 7 million to 8 million people would be cut off. The cost of insurance would rise sharply and millions could end up uninsured. It would unravel much of the president’s signature domestic achievement. HHS Sylvia Mathews Burwell insists she has no administrative fix at her fingertips and denies that her agency has contingency plans — an assertion that many Republicans just don’t buy. Politico
The White House strategy may be to emphasize the “misery” and use it to “force” Obama to take some kind of executive action.
Obama-doesn’t-love America kid locked out of Facebook . . . CJ Pearson, a politically active 12-year-old from Augusta, Georgia, says he has been locked out of his Facebook account after posting a video saying President Barack Obama doesn’t love America. Newsmax
Cuban spy freed by Obama ready to return to duty . . . His sentence commuted by Obama, Gerardo Hernandez is now a free man in his native Cuba, reunited with his wife, Adriana, and his former spy comrades. Last Tuesday the Cuban Five, they are called here, were officially decorated by President Raúl Castro as national heroes in a grand celebration at Cuba’s National Assembly. And, Hernandez says he’s ready to return for duty to advance the cause of his country’s communist revolution. Yahoo News
Kerry stands by opinion that Americans “safer than ever” . . . Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Sunday stood firm on his assessment that Americans are “safer than ever,” despite a spike in deaths from terrorism across the world. Washington Times
Kerry: Israel safer too! . . . Kerry said negotiators deserve “the benefit of the doubt” in attempts to secure a nuclear agreement with Iran, after the White House threatened to veto a bill providing for Congress to approve of any final deal. Kerry repeated the administration’s position that Iran has lived up to an interim agreement reached in late 2013, known as the Joint Plan of Action (JPOA), and said that as a result of that agreement, “Israel is safer today.” CNS News