Friday News Roundup - Domestic
The Senate rejected an effort to let employers deny health-care coverage on religious grounds. Senator Olympia Snowe was the only Republican to vote against the measure. The Maine centrist announced her retirement from the Senate, citing growing partisanship. Fed chair Bernanke took a cautious stance on the future of the economy. President Obama urged Congress to repeal oil industry subsidies. And the GOP presidential fight shifted to super Tuesday battlegrounds. Naftali Bendavid of The Wall Street Journal, Shawna Thomas of NBC News and David Welna of NPR join Diane for analysis of the week's top national news stories.
national correspondent, The Wall Street Journal.
White House producer, NBC News.
congressional correspondent, NPR.
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The panelists discuss U.S. District Judge Richard F. Cebull's inflammatory email that some view as racist and highly insulting to President Obama: