Patt Morrison for June 15, 2012

Mitt Romney Campaigns At Local Business In Las Vegas
President Obama pushed the immigration debate back into the campaign spotlight today with his announcement that some young undocumented immigrants will no longer be deported but instead will qualify for work permits as long as they meet certain requirements, including being in school or having a degree or G.
Woodward And Bernstein's Watergate Papers Go On Display

Watergate 40 years later

Forty years ago, an $80 a week security guard named Frank Wills was on duty in the Watergate office complex in Washington, DC when he noticed a piece of duct tape keeping an office door unlocked.
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Harry Benson and the Beatles

In 1964, Harry Benson was getting on a plane for a foreign assignment in Africa, when he got a call from the London newspaper The Daily Express. He was now going with The Beatles to Paris to document French Beatlemania and what followed was the biggest ride of his life.

J.C. Penney featuring two dads for Father's Day

The critical reaction was quick, including that from the group who previously protested the chain for choosing Ellen DeGeneres as a spokesperson.
Michigan Democrat Lisa Brown was silenced on the floor of Michigan’s State House of Represtatives on June 14, after stating “Finally, Mr. Speaker, I’m flattered that you’re all so interested in my vagina, but no means no.
Americans truly love their pets. There are over 78 million dogs and 86 million cats owned in the United States, not to mention birds, fish and other creatures that we welcome into our lives.
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