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Wife of Justice Thomas regrets call to Hill

BOSTON (Reuters) – The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said on Friday that a recent telephone call to Anita Hill, the woman at the center of a 1991…

Capehart: Obama’s surprise troop visit at Bagram

There’s something about November — right around Turkey time — that has president’s sneaking off to the Middle East. President George W. Bush shocked troops in Iraq and stunned Americans…

Right Turn: Flushing $200,000 down the drain?

Politico reports: The incoming Republican House leader proposed plans to build female members a new restroom off the House floor, but the project could cost the taxpayers at least $200,000,…

The Plum Line: Scott Brown comes out in favor of DADT repeal

This is potentially important. The statement just out from Senator Scott Brown’s office: Read more……

Rove to Palin, Huckabee: ‘Jump in’

He says they should take action on possible candidacies rather than hurling criticisms. Read more……

The Caucus: More G.O.P. Support for Arms Treaty

More and more Republicans have made comments this week suggesting that they were open to voting for the arms pact this month. Read more……

The Caucus: 10 Questions for Austan Goolsbee

Austan D. Goolsbee, chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, talked about the state of the economy in a recent interview. Read more……

Clinton: Iran faces choices in nuclear talks

MANAMA (Reuters) – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday urged Iran to enter into next week’s nuclear talks in good faith and warned of more pressure and isolation if…

Many blame Coburn for Saturday vote

The Oklahoma senator appears to be the sole Republican who objected to the Friday vote proposal. Read more……

BP says spill flow lower than government estimate: panel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – BP Plc believes the actual flow rate of its massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may have been significantly less than the government’s final estimate,…