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Deficit plan wins 11 of 18 votes; more than expected, but not enough to force action

Eleven of the 18 members of President Obama’s fiscal commission voted Friday to embrace a bipartisan commission’s controversial plan to slash deficits by nearly $4 trillion over the next decade…

FiveThirtyEight: Scott Brown Was an Outlier After All

A new poll in Massachusetts suggests that Republican Senator Scott Brown is in relatively good shape for re-election. But is he? Read more……

Rangel censure tensions simmer

Rangel’s friends took note of the “no” votes on the scoreboard on the southern wall of the chamber. Read more……

W.H. announces Korean trade deal

A deal on cars leads the way. Read more……

W.H: ‘Don’t ask’ repeal still on table

The administration assures activitists it’s committed. Read more……

Kerry, Romney spar over START

Kerry says Romney is “ill-informed,” with “recycled,” “tired” and “debunked” arguments. Read more……

Obama deals may leave liberals behind

The legislative compromises he makes will almost certainly come at the expense of the left. Read more……

Sunday talk show tip sheet

The nation’s sour economy and a number of lame-duck items should dominate the discussion. Read more……

Obama pardons his first convicts

Clemency advocates say the president’s first pardons, totalling nine, are an important first step. Read more……

The Caucus: With Elections Over, National Committees in the Red

Both the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee ended the 2010 political season with approximately $15 million in debt. Read more……