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Wayne Pacelle: Bill to Ban Animal Crush Videos Passes Congress, On to President Obama

Today, the U.S. Senate gave final congressional approval to legislation to ban the creation, sale and distribution of obscene animal crush videos, the culmination of an intensive effort that began…

FEC dismisses Ensign complaint

The Federal Election Commission rules Ensign’s parents made a gift, not a severance payment. Read the full story.…

MSNBC suspends Scarborough for donations to GOP candidates

MSNBC suspends Scarborough for donations to GOP candidates

MSNBC said Friday that “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough will be suspended for donating to four Republican candidates in local Florida races, two weeks after Keith Olbermann was suspended for…

Democrats Vow To Push Major Filibuster Reform

WASHINGTON — Leaders of the effort to reform the filibuster in the Senate are pushing forward despite the election outcome, working to gather support within the Democratic caucus while reaching…

Obama claims NATO supports missle defense system

Obama claims NATO supports missle defense system

President Barack Obama announced Friday that NATO has agreed to his plans for a new, expanded missile defense system for Europe that would cover all NATO member countries and the…

Sunday talk show tip sheet

Hillary Clinton appears on ‘Meet the Press,” ‘Face the Nation” and ‘Fox News Sunday.” Read the full story.…

House rookies bet on office lottery

Newly elected members draw numbers to pick spots in Longworth, Cannon and Rayburn. Read the full story.…

Jeff Danziger: Senator Kyl Daisy Ad

From The Huffington Post…

GQ Names Mayor Bloomberg Its ‘Leader Of The Year’ (PHOTO)

GQ named NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg its “Leader Of the Year” in its upcoming “Men of the Year” issue. Scorned by right-wingers for his social liberalism, reviled by some liberals…

Senate Approves $4.6 Billion Discrimination Settlement For Black Farmers, Indians

WASHINGTON — The Senate has approved almost $4.6 billion to settle long-standing claims brought by American Indians and black farmers against the government. The money has been held up for…