JOB SEARCHING: A new online tool launched this week will help veterans and their spouses find jobs more easily. "The online resource, known as the Veterans Employment Center, allows users to create and upload résumés and find job openings. It also features a 'military skills translator' to match military training with civilian occupations," writes Josh Hicks: Josh Hicks for The Washington Post: New online job-searching tool helps veterans connect with employers
TRADE AGREEMENT: President Barack Obama is in Asia this week and said he and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe have already made progress toward several trade and security issues: Justin Sink forThe Hill: Obama: Time is now to reach trade pact
HOME SALES: The Commerce Department reported a 14.5 percent drop in single-family home sales last month, the second consecutive monthly decline and the biggest since July: Lucia Mutikani for Reuters: U.S. new home sales hint at prolonged housing weakness
PROBLEM SOLVER BIRTHDAY: Happy birthday to Problem Solver Rep. Jack Kingston! Listen to Rep. Kingston speak about his friendship with fellow Problem Solver Rep. Jim Moran.
NO LABELS RADIO: Listen to Melinda Henneberger, a reporter from The Washington Post, speak about partisanship in Washington during last weekend's No Labels Radio show. Tune in this Saturday as we speak with Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman, former Sen. Bill Bradley and Peter Baker, a reporter from The New York Times!
THE DAILY BREAK: President Obama said he ate the best sushi he's ever had during the first day of his trip to Asia. Find out where he found the world famous fish.
ACTION OF THE DAY: Read about the No Labels Problem Solvers!
STAT OF THE DAY: "Inventories [of crude oil] rose 3.52 million barrels last week to 397.7 million, the highest level since 1931, according to Energy Information Administration data going back to 1920," writes Mark Shenk: Mark Shenk for Bloomberg: Shale Boom Sends U.S. Crude Supply to Highest Since 1930s