A.M. Links: Obama Wants 10 Year Nuclear Freeze From Iran, Hillary Clinton Used a Personal E-Mail While Secretary of State, Monica Lewinsky's Shadow in Bill Clinton Portrait


  • National Portrait Gallery

    President Obama acknowledged a deal with Iran over its nuclear program remains a longshot, but says he would like it to include a ten-year freeze on all nuclear programs. Israeli Benjamin Netanyahu will address a joint session of Congress this morning to make the case against such a deal.

  • When she served as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton did not have a government e-mail address and her aides made no effort to preserve those e-mails on government servers, as required by law.
  • The portrait of Bill Clinton at the National Portrait Gallery includes a shadow of Monica Lewinsky's dress, which I think was white and gold. The artist says the Clintons want the painting removed but the gallery denies that.
  • At least one Iranian commander is involved in the Iraqi operation to retake Tikrit from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Meanwhile, more than 2,000 ISIS-linked accounts were banned on Twitter, leading the terrorist group to threaten Twitter's founder and employees.
  • Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will play the president of the United States in Sharknado 3.
  • Hookup app Tinder launched a premium service that charges more for users 30 and older.

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