Here are your top stories:
- Egypt’s Leaders Select Premier and Plan for Quick Elections (NYT) — Meanwhile, the military warns against anyone “disrupting” the process.
- City Council votes to forge ahead on Bull Street (thestate.com) — Rejects a delay by 4-3 vote. Mayor says, “This deal will die today if we don’t move forward.”
- FBI nominee James Comey defends NSA surveillance program (WashPost) — At Senate confirmation hearings.
- Former Fisa judge says US must fix secret courts (The Guardian) — They’re still on about this, still leading with it. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail provides surveillance photos of celebrities in bikinis…
- U.S. Safety Board Interviews Pilots (WSJ) — Probe into San Francisco crash continues.
- Sheheen names campaign manager for 2014 (thestate.com) — Hey, it’s a slow news day. Vincent again goes with an out-of-state guy. I guess Democrats with winning records are thin on the ground in SC.