MORNING READ

FROM THE BLOGS:

Naming the nameless war
Mother Jones’ Andrew Bacevich says the war on terror needs a new name.

Reforming healthcare reform
Conn Carroll of the Washington Examiner looks at three changes the healthcare law has already undergone.

The Jason Furman effect
The Washington Post’s Ezra Klein looks at Jason Furman, Obama’s nominee to replace CEA chief Alan Krueger.

Holder feeling regrets
The Daily Beast’s Daniel Klaidman
reports on Eric Holder's remorse over the Fox News investigation.

MORE SOURCES:

Pentagon defends cybersecurity in light of Chinese hacking report
The Hill’s Jennifer Martinez
reports that the Pentagon is defending itself from allegations that Chinese hackers breached the designs for U.S. weapons systems.

Issa subpoenas State Dept docs on Benghazi
The Hill’s Molly K. Hooper reports that the most recent release of State Department emails wasn't enough for 
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa.