U.N. Vows to Stop All the Bad Things, More Hillary Emails Going to Benghazi Panel, Farewell John Boehner: P.M. Links
World leaders meeting at the United Nations adopted a "sweeping agenda" of new global development goals, addressing issues from climate change to "sexual rights" to poverty and hunger.
- U.S. Rep. and House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced that he's retiring in October. (See Nick Gillespie on Boehner's resignation here.)
- The State Department is turning over more of Hillary Clinton's Benghazi-related emails to the panel investigating the 2012 attack.
- The U.S. and China have agreed that neither will conduct "economic espionage" in cyberspace.
- Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who refuses to issue gay marriage licenses, said her and her family are changing their allegiance from the Democratic Party to the GOP because Democrats no longer represent them.
- A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge has granted Caitlyn Jenner's name change.
- Jeb Bush is under fire for saying Democrats lure black votes with "free stuff."
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