News of the Day: 11/17/10
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By Eric Pickhartz,
8:58AM, Wed. Nov. 17, 2010
It's the News of the Day! It may not be the best, but it's certainly not the worst collection of news stories you'll find online today. Plus, we need your help! Yes, you, the reader! Read more to find out how.
-Four U.S. Senators are pushing for a ban on budget earmarks.
-Prosecutors in the Tom Delay case are asking for an Austin reporter's taped interview.
-Ground was broken at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas Tuesday, and it could house the infamous 'Mission Accomplished' banner.
-The violence in Haiti is not helping the cholera epidemic.
-The TSA Chief will face questioning on pat-downs and body scans.
-The Beatles are finally on iTunes.
-And finally, Four Loko, everyone's favorite alcoholic energy drink, is slowly submitting to the FDA.
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