The New York Times: "The United States and Russia have broken a logjam in arms control negotiations and expect to sign a treaty next month to slash their nuclear arsenals to the lowest levels in half a century, officials in both nations said Wednesday."
"The U.S. and Israel failed to heal their deepest dispute in decades as a two-day visit by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ended late Wednesday without resolving a rift over new Israeli housing planned in east Jerusalem," the New York Daily News writes.
The Washington Post previews Obama's stop in Iowa today. "President Obama will return Thursday to the place where he first called for health-care legislation, aiming now to convince Americans of the benefits of the measure he just signed into law."
John Boehner has an op-ed in the Des Moines Register pre-butting Obama's Iowa visit.
Time's Joe Klein: "Obama Delivers on His Promise of Change."
No big f'deal: "At a Baltimore fund-raiser last night, Biden said President Obama brought up his faux pas at a White House morning briefing and remarked: 'You know what the best thing about yesterday was? Joe's comment.' Biden said he replied to Obama, 'If you thought it was so good, why didn't you say it?'"