PM Note: Vote-A-Rama, Obama Drives Past Walls, A Double Judd

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Senate Vote-A-Rama - Senators will spend all night scoring political points with votes on things that are in no danger of becoming law. Your government at work -

Official Seeks Mystery Man Linked To 'Smear' of Senator Bob Menendez - Rhonda Schwartz reports: A prosecutor in the Dominican Republic is seeking to identify the mystery man called "Carlos" who, allegedly in league with Republican operatives in the U.S., helped set up television interviews with three young women who now say they were paid to lie about having sex with Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

The Military Doesn't Even Admit "Intelligence Support Activity" Exists - But they have their own comic book - Lee Ferran reports:

Ashley Judd Gives Hint About Potential Senate Run- Ashley Judd made a rare reference to her possible political aspirations today, saying her mother, country star Naomi Judd, can't wait to turn her garage into campaign headquarters. According to Cincinnati station WXIX-Fox 19, Judd spoke about her future while giving the keynote address at the American Counseling Association's 2013 conference at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, which borders Kentucky. (Shushannah Walshe)

Obama Forced to Drive Past Walls Between Israelis, Palestinians Into Bethlehem- Concluding his three-day trip to Israel, President Obama got an unplanned look at the political realities plaguing the peace process during a visit to Bethlehem this afternoon. The president was supposed to fly by helicopter to Bethlehem but a windstorm forced him to travel by motorcade instead. The change in plans was cheered by Palestinians because the president drove past the large concrete wall erected by the Israelis, giving Obama a direct look at the hostilities facing the region on a daily basis. (Mary Bruce)

Obama Warns Syria Could Become Enclave For Extremists- Visiting Jordan today, President Obama warned that extremists could fill the political vacuum left when Syrian President Bashar Assad is finally ousted from power, creating another big problem for the region. "I am very concerned about Syria becoming an enclave for extremism because extremists thrive in chaos," the president said a joint news conference with Jordanian King Abdullah. "They don't have much to offer when it comes to actually building things, but they're very good about exploiting situations that are no longer functioning. They fill that gap." (Mary Bruce)

Chris Christie Comes Out Against Gay Conversion Therapy- After initially saying he was undecided on the topic, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is against gay conversion therapy. Christie faced criticism when he said earlier in the week he wasn't sure if he would sign legislation banning the practice on minors. "Governor Christie does not believe in conversion therapy," spokesman Kevin Roberts said in a statement to the New Jersey Star-Ledger. "There is no mistaking his point of view on this when you look at his own prior statements where he makes clear that people's sexual orientation is determined at birth." (Shushannah Walshe)

Biden Schmoozes With Nuns in Latest 'Being Biden' Audio- In the second installment of his "Being Biden" audio series, Vice President Joe Biden recaps a moment he shared with two nuns, whom he described as "lovely women," outside of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City earlier this week when he attended the Inauguration Mass of Pope Francis. (Arlette Saenz)

Supreme Court Justices Challenge Traditional Marriage in Their Own Lives - The American nuclear family has long been in flux, and the makeup of the Supreme Court, to a certain degree, reflects the changes in the notion of family. While there is not a same-sex union or relationship among the nine justices, several have been divorced, one has never married, one has no children, two justices have adopted children and another has as many children as there are Supreme Court justices. (Jilian Fama, Alisa Wiersema)

What Congress Has Done on Guns and What's To Come- The comprehensive gun package introduced in the Senate Thursday faces an uncertain future, with many Republicans and moderate Democrats quibbling over the universal background check requirement in the bill, but Congress has certainly already acted in some ways on guns, even passing a government spending bill that includes four gun provisions which actually loosen gun regulations. (Arlette Saenz)

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