Where are the kids? . . . Washington Times
The Obama administration is concealing key details about its response to the surge of unaccompanied children illegally crossing the southern border, including where the minors are being sheltered and the circumstances under which some are set free inside the U.S.
Kerry perceived as hapless bumbler . . . Washington Times
The growing perception among Israelis is that Secretary of State John F. Kerry is a hapless bumbler in search of a cosmetic truce.
Dems have $1M impeachment day . . . Associated Press
House Democrats are cashing in on chatter that Republicans are plotting to impeach President Obama, raising $1 million on Monday alone.
Israeli: Obama yelled at Netanyahu . . . Newsmax
“It was not a pleasant conversation if you saw what happened . . . it was not pleasant,” said Danny Danon, a Likud party member of the Knesset and Netanyahu’s former deputy minister of defense.
Obama unveils tough Russia sanctions . . . Examiner
Obama said that the U.S would extend sanctions to major sectors of the Russian economy and three Russian, state-controlled banks.
Obama back on climate change . . . Politico
The Obama administration and its supporters fanned out around the country Tuesday to press the case for acting on climate change.
Benghazi panel could call Clinton . . . Fox News
The Republican head of the Benghazi Select Committee warned Tuesday that no witnesses would be off limits in its upcoming probe and that he would consider going to court, if necessary, to compel testimony.
Hillary: Redskins name insensitive . . . Politico
“I think it’s insensitive and I think that there’s no reason for it to continue as the name of a team in our nation’s capital,” Clinton said.
Vulnerable Dems balk at Obama action . . . The Hill
Democratic senators facing tough reelections want to put the brakes on President Obama’s plan to reform the nation’s immigration enforcement system through executive action.
Dems fear turnout debacle . . . The Hill
Record-low primary election turnout is threatening to magnify Democratic midterm worries.
Dems: Where’s Michelle? . . . Politico
First lady Michelle Obama is the most popular member of the Obama administration, and Democrats say she’s the one they want to see more of in the midterms.