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What's shaking people? Possibly some CA residents as a 4.7 earthquake hit Los Angeles last night. There are no reports of major damage or injuries though-phew.
There is another type of rumbling going on though- we'll watch for fallout from President Obama’s speech at the University of Notre Dame graduation over the weekend when he stuck a big toe into the abortion debate.
He acknowledged the anger arising from his appearance and called on both sides to look for common ground.
President Obama soon names his choice to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice David Souter.
The President has appointed Stephanie Cutter, currently in the Treasury Department and considered skillful at behind-the-scenes politicking, to guide a nominee through the confirmation process.
The Mideast come to the Oval office today as President Obama hosts Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and takes another stab at establishing peace in the region.
Republicans step up the heat on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Minority speaker John Boehner told CNN over the weekend that she has to produce evidence the CIA misled her and Congress about the use of water-boarding on suspected terrorists...or apologize for claiming as such.
An assistant principle in Queens hospitalized with the ‘swine flu’ virus died last night- His death could be the 6th one linked to the H-1-N-1 virus in the United States. The CDC says there are more than 4700 cases in 46 states and the District of Columbia. Should we be on higher alert?
FEMA had threatened to pull all occupied trailers in Louisiana by May 1, but because of media coverage-this deadline was extended. 60-80% of families are homeowners who do not have the funds to rebuild. What will FEMA do for longer-term solution? Sean Callebs has this story tonight.
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