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Funny Business with Vince Vaughn
Vince Vaughn stops by Katie to discuss comedy and why he became a comedian.
TechBytes: Passwords, Skype
A bug in the Apple password system means that personal information can be activated.
Court Blocks S.C. Voter ID Law for 2012, But Clears It For the Future
A federal court in Washington today blocked South Carolina’s Voter ID law from going into effect for the 2012 elections, but said it could go into effect for future elections. Under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, South Carolina — because it has a...
Court Clears South Carolina Law for 2013 Implementation
A South Carolina law that requires voters to show photo identification will not go into effect until the start of next year, a federal court ruled on Wednesday. A U.S. District Court panel of judges ruled that the law does not discriminate against racial minorities, but said not enough time remains
Justice Kennedy Seen as Key to Obamacare Decision
Republican attorneys general and senators were all talking about Justice Anthony Kennedy this afternoon as they left the Supreme Court. The challengers of President Obama’s health care law appear to believe that if they can persuade Kennedy to vote that the measure is unconstitutional, they’ll...
Truth Crimes 2012, Missile Defense Deals, Romney vs. Russia, Obamacare Day 1 and Why to Ignore It (PM Note)
Flexing the Truth – Which is Worse- A candidate whose staffer says he’ll act differently after the primary or a world leader who whispers to another world leader that he’ll have flexibility to act differently after the election? Concurrent examples, perhaps, of too much truth....
'ObamaCare' Challengers Say 'This Is Not About Health Care'
Outside the Supreme Court, hordes of demonstrators have marched, chanted, yelled and argued over President Obama’s health care law. Doctors and cancer survivors have told emotional stories about how the law helped them, while tea party supporters brandishing American flags have scoffed at them. ...
Let The Vetting Begin:Rick Perry Under The Microscope (The Note)
Earlier this month, just days after he jumped into the presidential race, Rick Perry told an Iowa crowd why he liked their caucus process. There's going to be "a lot of probin' and lot of feelin' and touchin' and talkin' and vetting the candidates and asking questions," Perry predicted at a county
Elections Test Power of Political Dynasties
As the shadows lengthened across Phelps Grove Park and the aroma of barbecued ribs wafted through the trees, Roy Blunt glad-handed his way through the Greene County Republican Party's big pre-primary picnic, just as he has done before every big election since 1972, the year before he won an
STARTing Blocks: Obama chooses nukes to flesh out foreign policy
President Obama heads to the Czech Republic hoping to build anew, in a move that defies easy categorization.