TIME Morning Must Reads

Morning Must Reads: June 5

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Mark Wilson—Getty Images The early morning sun rises behind the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

In the News: Bergdahl video does not convince skeptics; Obama and Putin on Ukraine; China complains about U.S. Tiananmen comments; GM makes recall records public; and what's prettier in print

  • Bowe Bergdahl “proof of life” video fails to convince skeptics [TIME]
  • Behind P.O.W.’s release: urgency and opportunity [NYT]
  • A ‘decompression’ process for Bergdahl before he heads home [Washington Post]
  • Sen. Inhofe: President Obama compromised American security to burnish his legacy [TIME]
  • Obama and Putin spar over Ukraine violence [Al Jazeera]
  • Putin’s D-Day diss [Politico Magazine]
  • China issues formal complaint against U.S. over Tiananmen comments [TIME]
  • “First, it was a minimum-wage increase. Next, the Paycheck Fairness Act. And now, Democrats are pitching a bill to address student-loan debt as a women’s issue.” [National Journal]
  • “General Motors plans to make public Thursday morning details of an internal probe by outside lawyer Anton Valukas, hired by GM to find the failings within the automaker that delayed for more than a decade a recall of deadly ignition switches linked to 13 deaths.” [USA Today]
  • School district’s use of worker visa program draws scrutiny [WSJ]

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