Morning Must Reads: May 7

Weak, whiny, muddling. Anyone can do a better job of righting a ship going down with its men?


  • Obama’s shades of gray: His critics call him weak and whiny. But he’s doing what most President’s do: muddling through [TIME]
  • Ukraine’s battleground blurs the lines between civilian and fighter [TIME]
  • Senate Republicans vented their frustration over the deteriorating situation in Ukraine on Tuesday, as a panel of Obama Administration witnesses struggled to lay out how the U.S. could block Russian President Vladimir Putin from enforcing his will in the embattled country.” [TIME]
  • Establishment candidate wins North Carolina GOP primary [USA Today]
  • North Carolina was the opening battleground in the fight between the Republican Party’s two main factions, and it’s a sign the establishment’s no-holds-barred strategy is paying off. American Crossroads spent $1.6 million on behalf of Tillis, significantly more than the resources of Republican challengers Greg Brannon and Mark Harris. They aired three ads, which each touted Tillis’s conservative…

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