June 7, 2013 Headlines: New jobs numbers for May, the U.S.-China summit, and more.
New York Times: Activists want Obama to make human rights in China a key issue at the summit.
New York Times: U.S.-China summit may be overshadowed by new knowledge of the U.S.' surveillance of it's citizens.
New York Times: Despite the addition of 175,000 jobs in May, the U.S. unemployment rate has increased.
Washington Post: 175,000 jobs have been added in the U.S. during the month of May.
Washington Post: Despite higher taxes and federal spending cuts, job growth in the U.S. has been steady this year.
Washington Post: Sen. Sherrod Brown doesn't believe the president should have unconditional control over new trade deals.
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