10 things you need to know today: June 29, 2014

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The Benghazi embassy attack suspect pleads not guilty, Obama seeks $2 billion for border security, and more.

1. Benghazi terror suspect pleads not guilty
The Libyan man accused of orchestrating the attack on the Benghazi, Libya, embassy that killed four Americans pleaded not guilty in court on Saturday. U.S. forces nabbed the suspect, Ahmed Abu Khattala, two weeks ago in a secret raid and transported him to the states to face trial in a civilian, not military, court. Khattala has so far only been charged with one count of conspiring to aid terrorists, though it’s assumed the government will bring more specific charges soon. [The New York Times]

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2. Obama to seek $2 billion to stem illegal immigration
President Obama will this week ask Congress for…

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