FIRST LOOK: Montana jury ‘mutinies’ in marijuana case

Liz Goodwin

Welcome to First Look, our daily roundup of early-bird news:

• The Senate's temporary funding bill does not include money for the health-care law. (WSJ)

• More than half of Americans think federal workers are overpaid. (The Washington Post)

• U.S. executions dropped 12 percent this year. (AP)

• Bill Gates talks education with teachers' union leader Randi Weingarten. (Newsweek)

• The FCC will vote on net neutrality rules for the Internet today. (BBC)

• Jury in a Montana marijuana case "mutinied." (Billings Gazette)

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