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TIME (blog) - - Jun 7, 2010
Senator Chuck Schumer, the No. 3 Senate Democrat, this morning on MSNBC's Morning Joe said the Senate will bring up Senate Energy Committee Chairman Jeff Bingaman's energy bill in July as the underlying legislation for energy reform as Dems grapple ...
New York Times - - Jun 7, 2010
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IT turns out there is something harder to find than a fix for BP's leak: Barack Obama's boiling point. The frantic and fruitless nationwide search for the president's temper is now our sole dependable comic relief from the tragedy in the ...