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Afternoon Lede Check – 6.26.14

Obama requests $500M for Syria opposition. The Supreme Court deals blow to Obama on recess appointments. D.C. cheers as U.S. team advances.

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

The Washington PostJustices rebuke Obama on recess appointments

USA TodayObama requests $500M for Syria opposition

POLITICO: The price of crushing the tea party

The HillDemocrats: No bluff, Obama will go it alone on immigration

Roll CallDemocrats Dominate Congressional Baseball Game Once Again

Daily Caller: Crashing Out – Meet The Seven IRS Employees Whose Computers ‘Crashed’

The Washington TimesSEAL Team 6 member becomes Pentagon’s poster girl in transgender recruiting

National JournalWall Street: Your Climate War Has Arrived

Washington ExaminerSupreme Court deals blow to Obama on recess appointments

Huffington Post Politics: HERE WE GO AGAIN – HOUSE HOLY WAR THREATENS SHUTDOWN SHOWDOWN

WTOP: D.C. cheers as U.S. team advances

ABC 7: Four suspects sought in robbery & kidnapping of two men at Silver Spring hotel

NBC 4: 3-Year-Old D.C. Boy’s Death Ruled a Homicide

CBS 9: World Cup: DC watches US play Germany

Fox 5: US advances to World Cup’s 2nd round despite loss

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