Friday News Roundup - Domestic
In a historic shift, the Senate narrowly votes to eliminate the use of the filibuster against nearly all presidential nominations. California becomes the seventh state to reject President Barack Obama’s insurance fix for cancelled health care policies. Obama’s approval rating sinks to an all-time lows amidst the troubled Affordable Care Act rollout. The Department of Justice reaches a $13 billion settlement with J.P. Morgan, the largest ever between the government and a single company. And the nation remembers President John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. A panel of journalists joins Diane to discuss the week in news.
senior Washington editor, NPR.
staff writer, The Atlantic.
chief Washington correspondent, Yahoo! News.
Fifty Years Later, Remembering JFK
Today marks the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Diane reflects on where she was in her life that fateful day of Nov. 22, 1963. She recalls visiting the East Room of the White House to pay respects to the president's coffin before it was moved to the Capitol Rotunda. "It's a moment etched in both my life and my husband's life," she says.