TODAY IN POLITICS: Congress adjourns 111th session (GOOD-RIDDANCE!)

December 23, 2010
By CMAC

Year-End

Presidential News Conference

Highlights

Legislative Wins

Updated Wednesday at 10:07pm (ET)

Associated Press/Evan Vucci

Associated Press/Evan Vucci

As the 111th Congress session came  to a close, President Obama held a year-end news conference yesterday to reflect on the legislation recently passed by both bodies of Congress before he left  for his  vacation in Hawaii.

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2010 Census

Understanding the New U.S. Population

Bureau Director Groves on C-SPAN

Updated 1 hr., 14 min. ago

AP: Jeff Robertson

AP: Jeff Robertson

The first major findings from the 2010 census were released Tuesday which showed that the U.S. has a population of 308,745,538,  a 9.7% increase over the past decade. Today, Census Bureau Director Groves joins the Washington Journal to discuss what else the data reveals about the nation. More »

AP Image/Susan Walsh

AP Image/Susan Walsh

Congress adjourns 111th session

Updated Wednesday at 10:04pm (ET)

Yesterday in the Senate, members ratified the U.S.-Russia Nuclear Arms Treaty (START) by a vote of 71 to 26 with 13 republicans voting in favor of the  treaty. The Senate also approved by unanimous consent the 9/11 health and compensation bill for first responders, as well as the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011. More »

Murkowski goes rogue

By MEREDITH SHINER | 12/23/10 10:29 AM
Sen. Lisa Murkowski speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill. | AP Photo

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