DFA Daily — November 27th

November 27, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Headlines from Wednesday, November 27th:

Pope Francis Rips Capitalism and Trickle-Down Economics in New Policy Statement — Raw Story

Pope Francis says inequality is the root of social ills.

How Republicans Can Still Block Obama’s Judges: Blue Slips — Talking Points Memo

The process asks home state senators to approve the judge nominated for their state. If they disapprove, the process can grind to a halt.

State Successes Show Health Care Law Can Work — Politico

California, Washington, Connecticut, and Kentucky are states where the process is working particularly well.

After Internal Review of Benghazi Report, CBS Puts Lara Logan on Leave — NPR

Initially, there had been surprisingly little reaction to Logan’s news segment on a very flawed story.

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