A.M. Links: Hillary Clinton Says Benghazi 'Biggest Regret', John Boehner Mocks Republicans Over Immigration, Bill de Blasio Targets Fireplaces


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    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi was her "biggest regret."

  • House Speaker John Boehner mocked his Republican colleagues for being afraid to push for immigration reform because it's "too hard."
  • President Obama arrived in South Korea as part of his 9-day trip to Asia. He laid a wreath in a ceremony for soldiers who died in the Korean War and participated in a memorial for the victims of last week's ferry crash.
  • Secretary of State John Kerry warned Russia not to make an "expensive mistake" in Ukraine, while Ukraine's prime minister insisted Russia wanted to start World War 3.
  • New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing to ban new wood fireplaces and restrict the kind of wood already existing fireplaces can use.
  • A 700-page economics text about income inequality, Capital in the 21st Century, is now at the top of Amazon's best seller list. However, it has only garnered 57 reviews, suggesting a significant amount of buyers aren't finishing the book, or maybe even reading it.

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