As Congress takes a five-week summer recess, as many as 74-thousand workers could be without a paycheck, thanks to infighting in Washington. Lawmakers are at odds over a routine stop-gap funding bill for the F-A-A, and instead of approving a plan, they left Capitol Hill for vacation. We're keeping them honest. Plus, the prosecution has rested in the Warren Jeffs sexual assault trial, after playing another disturbing audio tape in court today. Some jurors were visibly upset when they heard it. Gary Tuchman will have a live report from San Angelo, Texas. Plus, see who we add to our RidicuList.
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