Morning Must Reads: June 17


  • U.S. deploys over 200 troops to Iraq Monday; U.S. and Iranian diplomats meet [TIME]
  • “U.S. and Iranian officials discussed the crisis in Vienna on the sidelines of separate negotiations about the Iranian nuclear program, the two sides each said. Both ruled out military cooperation. A U.S. official said the talks did not include military coordination and would not make “strategic determinations” over the heads of Iraqis.” [Reuters]
  • Conducting U.S. airstrikes in Iraq would be complicated, former military officers say [Washington Post]
  • GOP Congressman: Obama impeachment “probably could” pass the House [BuzzFeed]
  • Supreme Court rules against “straw purchasers” of guns [USA Today]
  • “The Internal Revenue Service commissioner will testify before two House committees next week about the agency’s disclosure that it lost thousands of emails sought by investigators looking into accusations of politically motivated misconduct by the agency, the committees said…

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