House: The Daily 10

Steve Driehaus won his day in federal court to go ahead with his complaint agianst the Susan B. Anthony List. Read the full story from Politico

Inspector general hits TARP

His report outlines problems, including optimistic estimates for the program’s cost to taxpayers. Read the full story from Politico

Gold’s Gym Franchises Splitting With Parent Company Over CEO’s Donation To American Crossroads

Gold’s Gym is facing a backlash from LGBT activists over its CEO’s $2 million donation to American Crossroads, the conservative political group affiliated with former Bush adviser Karl Rove, and its four franchises in the San Francisco Bay Area are now leaving the brand over the controversy. On Monday, Don Dickerson, the director of operations […]

US-Generic Ballot: 52% Republican, 43% Democrat (Gallup 10/14-24)

Gallup 10/14-24/10; 2,746 registered voters, 2% margin of error 1,989 likely voters, 3% margin of error Mode: Live telephone interviews Gallup release National 2010 Congress: Generic Ballot (chart) Likely voters (high turnout): 52% Republican, 43% Democrat Likely voters (low turnout): 55% Republican, 41% Democrat Registered voters: 48% Republican, 44% Democrat Jump to comments From The […]

GOP eyes the Slaughterhouse Five

If the GOP ran the table in just these special states, it would take them most of the way toward control of the House. Read the full story from Politico

Angle rakes in $3.5M more

She continued her red-hot fundraising streak, taking in $3.5 million between Oct. 1 and Oct. 13. Read the full story from Politico

Army focused on cutting costs, not troops

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Top Army officials on Monday said they had met Pentagon cost-cutting targets that should allow them to avoid cuts in troop levels and avert a return to the short times between war deployments that have been blamed for rising suicide rates. Read the full story from Reuters