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The early debate around a key provision wasn't about anything like mass collection of phone records. Read more...
By Peter Sleeth, Special to ProPublica, and Hal Bernton, The Seattle Times A strange thing happened when Christopher DeLara filed for disability benefits after his tour in Iraq: The U.S. Army said it had no records showing he had ever been Read more...
Mitt Romney wasn't the only one who raked in the donations after the Supreme Court deemed President Obama’s health-care legislation constitutional. Excited by the survival of President Obama’s health-care overhaul, 65,000 Democrats Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With R.E.M.
R.E.M. called it quits today after 30 odd years, a few hits, and millions of records sold. Even though it's been a while since they've had a solid release, they will be missed. What's your favorite R.E.M. song? Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With T. Rex
I could go on for days about how much I love T. Rex, especially 1972's <em>The Slider</em>. Read more...

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Ed Gillespie. Karl Rove. Bob Schieffer. Associated Press. George Will. Politico. ABC. The list goes on and on with names and media outlets spinning the issue of foreign funds being injected into our elections as a trifling matter, unworthy of our Read more...
As much as I dislike Arizona's appointed governor, this moment in her one and only debate last month made me squirm. There is nothing quite as uncomfortable as watching someone completely blank out for no apparent reason. We've all done it for a Read more...