Political Headlines - July 11, 2012

Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from today: 

  • Senate rivals' ideas differ on cutting US deficit: Senator Brown and Elizabeth Warren provided five ideas for bridging the nation's $1.2 trillion deficit, with the results highlighting why the problem has deadlocked Washington. Political reporter Noah Bierman writes.
  • The duel over tax breaks: Columnist Scot Lehigh writes that President Obama and Mitt Romney have different ideas for tax cuts, but both are guilty of engaging in fiscal fantasy

Mitt Romney plans two London fundraisers on the eve of the Olympics: Political reporter Matt Viser writes, according to copies of the invitations obtained by the Globe, two separate fundraising events in central London hosted by a variety of banking industry officials Mitt Romney is planning.