President Obama Defends Iran Deal as Choice Between Diplomacy and War, Bill Clinton Urged Trump to Run, George W. Bush Reports for Jury Duty: P.M. Links


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    President Obama spoke in defense of the West's nuclear deal with Iran, saying the choice for the U.S. was between diplomacy and war.

  • A hatchet-wielding gunman opened fire in a movie theater in Tennessee before being shot and killed by police.
  • Bill Clinton reportedly urged Donald Trump earlier this year to run for president.
  • Two former Ron Paul staffers were indicted on charges of conspiracy related to Paul's 2012 presidential campaign.
  • A boat carrying more than 400 migrants capsized off the coast of Libya, killing at least 25.
  • Wreckage from MH370, a Malaysia Air flight that went missing last year, was found on Reunion, an island in the Indian Ocean.
  • George W. Bush showed up for jury duty in Dallas.

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