How the Clintons escaped “dead broke” . . . Washington Post
Since leaving the White House, Bill and Hillary Clinton have commanded speaking fees of up to seven figures for a single appearance.
Hillary made deal with Huma to silence Weiner . . . NY Post
Hillary Clinton has a “secret deal” with her top aide Huma Abedin to keep Abedin’s troublesome husband, Anthony Weiner, out of the spotlight.
Obama wants $500M to train Syrians . . . Associated Press
Obama requested $500 million from Congress on Thursday to train and equip what the White House is calling “appropriately vetted” members of the Syrian opposition.
Obama warns immigrant’s parents . . . Newsmax
Obama warned parents in Central America on Thursday that they are putting their kids in danger of being killed or turned into sex slaves by sending them to cross the U.S. border illegally.
IRS inspector probing Lerner emails . . . The Hill
IRS commissioner John Koskinen said Thursday that he expects an inspector general to weigh in on Lois Lerner’s missing emails in “the next few weeks.”
Seven at IRS whose computers crashed . . . Daily Caller
The wave of computer crashes apparently struck both Washington and Cincinnati, where agents processed tax-exempt applications.
Experts question Lerner’s email excuse . . . Fox News
Computer experts and Republican lawmakers are poking holes in IRS claims that the agency did all it could to retrieve embattled ex-official Lois Lerner’s allegedly “lost” emails.
Cruz: Impeach Holder if no prosecutor . . . Newsmax
Attorney General Eric Holder should be impeached if he refuses to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS tea party-targeting scandal, Sen. Ted Cruz declared Thursday.
Obama lets wind farm kill eagles . . . Associated Press
A California wind farm will become the first in the nation to avoid prosecution if eagles are injured or die when they run into the giant turning blades, the Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday.
Could ruling invalidate CPFB decisions? . . . Examiner
House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling said some of the actions made by the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may be invalid following a Supreme Court ruling on recess appointments.
NLRB in the crosshairs . . . The Hill
The Supreme Court’s rebuke Thursday of Obama’s appointments to the National Labor Relations Board has thrown hundreds of decisions made while the agency was unconstitutionally constructed into doubt.
GOP: Ruling shows Obama not king . . . Newsmax
Republicans and watchdog groups called the unanimous ruling a restoration of checks and balances guaranteed by the Constitution.
Poll: Most don’t buy man-made warming . . . Daily Caller
According to a Pew Research Center poll, 35 percent of Americans say there is not enough solid evidence to mankind is warming the Earth while another 18 percent says the world has warmed due to “natural patterns” and not human activity.
Dems: Obama will go it alone on immigration . . . The Hill
The Obama administration is “not bluffing” in its intent to take executive action on immigration policy if House Republicans don’t act soon, top Democratic leaders warned.
Obama: Michelle wouldn’t let me run again . . . Newsmax
Obama said Thursday his wife wouldn’t let him run for a third term in the Oval Office, even if the law allowed it.
Obama shares atypical day in woman’s life . . . Reuters
Obama spent a “day in the life” of a Minnesota accountant, but the road trip quickly turned into a typical day in the life of Obama.