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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Thursday's Daily Brief: UN Certain To Recognize Palestinian State

Thursday, November 29, 2012
White House Embraces Harry Reid's Filibuster Reform
Senators Make Bid To End Indefinite Detention In NDAA
Hostess To Ask For Executive Bonuses As Workers Lose Their Jobs
2 Strike Gold In Record Jackpot
Leveson Report Published
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: Needed Reform for the U.S. Senate
The fact is, as a consequence of unprecedented obstructionism during the last Congress, the filibuster was used more in two years than it had been in the 1950s, '60s and '70s combined. This is unacceptable.
Lisa Belkin: Dear Marissa Mayer: Please Stop Saying Your Baby Is 'Easy'
It's just that we don't have a lot of other pregnant Fortune 500 superstars to look to, so we held you up as a role model and now we worry that you're modeling the wrong thing. When there are dozens more of you we will probably stop paying attention.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan: The Turkish Economy Meets EU Entry Criteria
Turkey today is strong and resilient. But there is more to be done to improve our performance and build proactively on this foundation.
Howard Fineman: Louisville Arrives, As Sports Boosts Town And Gown
This is a story about how college sports can -- and in this case, I hope, will -- vivify the intellectual, cultural and economic life of an old, but now very much alive, industrial city in Kentucky.
Doug Kendall: The Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court and the Life of Lawrence Guyot
As we mark the passing of a civil rights warrior who wore his scars proudly, Lawrence Guyot's story should serve as a reminder of the truly heroic efforts that were necessary to win passage of iconic laws such as the Voting Rights Act.

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