Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Short Takes

Tsunami kills 87 in Samoa.

Not so fast
— China complicates things in dealing with Iran.

The Senate Finance Committee votes down two tries for the public option.

The Senate ups the ante on climate change legislation by proposing tougher rules than passed by the House.

The Fed is proposing tough rules on credit cards to protect consumers.

Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) wants to repeal telecom immunity.

Extended stay — What started out as a brief visit turned into a six-day stay for a U.S. diplomat in Cuba.

A lawsuit filed by a lesbian against a Miami hospital’s visitation policy has been thrown out.

Why does Fox News hate America and the Olympic spirit?

The Tigers split a double header with the Twins and stay two games up.