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Morning Headlines: Monday, June 17

The Morning Joe headlines for Monday, June 17, 2013
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The Morning Joe headlines for Monday, June 17, 2013

Here are the headlines we’re reading this morning. Which stories are getting your attention?

Syria on agenda as Obama arrives at G-8

From Inner Circle of Iran, Victor Is Seen by Many as a Realist

Who is Iran’s new president? Nine things to know about Rohani

Bloomberg Plan Aims to Require Food Composting

CNN Poll: Obama approval falls amid controversies

Spokesman: Putin Did Not Steal The Super Bowl Ring

Palin On Syria: ‘Let Allah Sort It Out’

Obama reflects on his father’s absence in weekly address

White House vows no ‘rush to war’ in Syria

UK Spies Hacked Diplomats’ Phones, Emails, Guardian Report Claims

Michael Bloomberg has a new gun control tactic—will it work?

Supreme Court Rulings Loom On Affirmative Action, Gay Marriage, Voting Rights

Republicans try to use ‘Obamacare’ to derail immigration reform efforts

Bill Keller: Living with the surveillance state

Thomas Friedman: Egypt’s perilous drift

Wall Street Journal: The Absent Commander in Chief

Chicago Shootings: 6 Killed, 13 Wounded Overnight Sunday; 36 Shot Over Weekend

House set to begin on farm bill

Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng blames Beijing pressure in NYU eviction

Federal investigators called in as Colorado firefighters make progress

Jury selection in Trayvon Martin case enters 2nd week, security tight

Yanks edge Angels to end skid

N.Korea wants to hold high-level talks with U.S.

Turkey Expands Violent Reaction to Street Unrest