Obama is down, but is he out?; Democrats gear up to take advantage of Senate Republicans’ blocking minimum wage legislation; and flooding in Laurel, MD is being brought under control as an evacuation order is lifted.
From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…
The Washington Post: For more states, execution means improvisation
USA Today: Fields named new Ford CEO, replacing Mulally
POLITICO: What is Hillary Clinton afraid of?
The Hill: Can Obama get his groove back?
The Washington Times: EXCLUSIVE: Memos show EPA officials tried to kill mine project before scientific review
National Journal: Will There Be a Civil War in Clinton Land?
Washington Examiner: Veterans Affairs officials purged 1.5 million unfinished medical orders
Huffington Post Politics: WARREN SLAMS ‘DISTURBING’ DEVELOPMENT
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