White House contests Issa subpoena . . . Bloomberg
The White House is resisting efforts by congressional Republicans to force a top political adviser to President Obama to testify before a U.S. House panel.
Obama slammed by black Chicago . . . Washington Times
Black residents of Chicago’s South Side, who recently rallied to decry a spate of violence in the city, ripped Obama for ignoring their plight while pushing for funding for illegal immigrants at their expense.
Lerner FEC colleague’s emails missing . . . Daily Caller
The Federal Election Commission recycled the computer hard drive of April Sands — a former co-worker of Lois Lerner’s — hindering an investigation into Sands’ partisan political activities.
Arab group boycotts Obama Iftar dinner . . . Atlantic Wire
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee cites the Obama administration’s continued support of Israeli airstrikes on Gaza as well as evidence it spied on prominent Muslim leaders.
WH food guru gets dissed by foodies . . . Politico
Michelle Obama’s food policy czar, celebrity chef Sam Kass, was once handed out awards at the School Nutrition Association’s convention in Denver. Two years later, when he asked to speak at the group’s annual convention this week in Boston, the answer: “No.”
Poll: Rahm trails possible opponents . . . Newsmax
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel looks to have a tough re-election fight on his hands next year, according to a new poll, which found the mayor trailing by almost 10 points in a potential match-up with Chicago Teachers Union President, Karen Lewis.
Clinton PAC rakes in cash . . . Bloomberg
A super-political action committee backing Hillary Clinton for U.S. president collected $2.5 million in the past three months — 47 percent more than it raised in the first quarter of the year.
Warren greeted with adulation by Left . . . Newsmax
With Democratic candidates avoiding Obama and with Hillary Clinton sitting on the sidelines, Warren has filled a void.
Jeb draws ire from right on common core . . . Bloomberg
One of Jeb Bush’s biggest accomplishments is his work to improve Florida’s public schools — and that record may come under fiercest attack from his own party if he enters the Republican 2016 presidential primary.