Good Monday morning. Here's what's cooking on Congress and K Street that you should know.
The WaPo takes a look at how lawmakers reworked their financial portfolios after talks with the Fed and Treasury.
Roll Call's Kate Ackley talks to WPP's London-based chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell about Ogilvy's future and the "brewing conflict" between the lobbying shop and its parent company.
Reuters takes a look at the international flavor of tomorrow's Democratic primary to replace Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-N.Y.).
The Hill has a new poll out saying that President Obama overreached by blocking Fast and Furious documents.
The Houston Chronicle takes a look at what candidate in the Texas Republican Senate runoff is "more in thrall to lobbyists" -- Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst or former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz.