Morning Briefing March 6
March 6th, 2012
07:51 AM ET

Morning Briefing March 6

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

* Digital records may not cut health costs   (NYT)

President may order killing of American terrorists, Holder said  (LATimes)

Rush Limbaugh apologizes again but advertisers continue to sever ties  (WashPost)

* Syrians flee to Lebanon amid Homs atrocity claims   (BBC)

10 things to watch on Super Tuesday  (Politico )

Morning Briefing March 5
March 5th, 2012
07:37 AM ET

Morning Briefing March 5

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

* Elections favor Ayatollah allies, blow to president and his office (NYT)

* Republican dysfunction exhibit A: highways (Politico)

* Gas prices climb again, topping $3.76 (CNNMoney)

*Al Qaeda blamed for attack in Yemen (WSJ)

*Holder expected to explain rationale for killing U.S. citizens abroad (WashPost)

Morning Briefing March 2
March 2nd, 2012
08:10 AM ET

Morning Briefing March 2

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

*Netanyahu and Obama play high-stakes poker over Iran (Haaretz)

Red Cross poised to enter Bab Amr overrun by Syrian forces   (Washpost)

*  Putin's hold on levers of power seen in rallies   (Washingtontimes)

Campaigns can push mega-donors pet causes  (Politico)

*Liberal money at a crossroads (Politico)

Morning Briefing February 29
February 29th, 2012
09:10 AM ET

Morning Briefing February 29

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

* Sen Snowe is outta here (WashPost)

BP 'close to deal' on gulf oil spill (BBC)

* U.S. sees Iran attacks as likely if Israel strikes (NYT)

* Portion of 9/11 remains dumped in landfill (CNN)

* Fed turns $2.8 billion profit on AIG bonds  (CNNMoney)

Morning Briefing, February 28
February 28th, 2012
08:39 AM ET

Morning Briefing, February 28

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

Michigan testing ground for doubt on Romney [NYT]

More backlash for Santorum’s snob comment [WashPost]

New book hits Obama’s economic team [NYT]

What’s happened to Obama’s faith council [POLITICO]

Obama’s embrace of the Executive Order [Bloomberg]

Corporate taxes the next White House battle [POLITICO]

Morning Briefing
February 27th, 2012
09:55 AM ET

Morning Briefing

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

Obama has big leads over Romney, Santorum [CNN]

Obama’s got a deficit dilemma [NYT]

Santorum defends calling Obama a snob [WashPost]

Gassy rhetoric over gas prices [WashPost]

Dem governors bullish on Obama’s re-election chances [Bloomberg]

Is GOP handing Michigan to Obama? [DailyBeast]

Morning briefing
February 24th, 2012
09:03 AM ET

Morning briefing

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

Gas prices rise 12 cents in past week (CNN Money)

World powers convene to map out Syria aid plan amid reports of violence (CNN.com)

After a year, deep divisions hobble Syria's opposition (NYTimes)

Afghanistan Koran protests: Eight die on fourth day (BBC)

Newt Gingrich criticizes U.S. apology (HuffPost)

Obama's budget flunks the marshmallow test (WSJ)

Morning briefing
February 23rd, 2012
07:26 AM ET

Morning briefing

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

Five things we learned from Wednesday's debate (CNN.com)

Report: Debt will swell under top GOP hopefuls' tax plans (WashPost/Bloomberg)

Scalia courted as unlikely Obama ally in top court health battle (Bloomberg)

White House pushes online privacy bill of rights (CNN Money.com)

Morning Briefing
February 21st, 2012
08:07 AM ET

Morning Briefing

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

Obama camp now eyeing Santorum [Reuters]

Santorum’s new Obama attack: prenatal testing [CNN]

Greek takes another major austerity step [WSJ]

Republican candidates increasingly dependent on Super PACs [NYT]

Negative ads more vicious than ever? [WashPost]

Feingold out with new book on post 9/11 government [NYT]

Morning Briefing
February 17th, 2012
08:29 AM ET

Morning Briefing

The 1600 Report's daily roundup of what the White House is reading this morning online and in the papers:

Obama's support for export industry leads to clash of U.S. interests  [Washington Post]

Obama Chides Republicans as He Fills Coffers on the West Coast [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Obama raised $29.1 million in January for his campaign and for the DNC [NYTimes blog]

Obama Campaign Weighs Attack on Santorum [Wall Street Journal]

Obama at Halftime: How he fumbled, why he's recovering [Rolling Stone]