- House Republicans filed suit Monday against Attorney General Eric Holder to attempt to get access to documents connected to the “Fast and Furious” operation.
- In Egypt, President Mohammed Mursi is being called “revolutionary” for forcing two top generals into retirement and pushing the leadership of the country more into civilian hands. Those civilian hands will also be putting two journalists on trial for “insulting” the president allegedly inciting murder.
- Paypal co-founder Greg Kouri is dead at 51.
- President Barack Obama and presumptive GOP vice president nominee Rep. Paul Ryan are both campaigning in Iowa today, fighting over the farm bill.
- A former FDA reviewer claims the agency leaders sought to suppress opinions about safety problems with devices they evaluated and retaliated against whistleblowers.
- Italy’s public debt has hit a record high of 2 trillion euros. Their central bank blames it on Italy’s share of bailouts of other euro nations.
- Unsurprising news of the day: New threat-detection security system leads to racial profiling.
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