By Ben Pershing
We interrupt our regularly scheduled parsing of the latest Hillary Clinton updates to bring you more serious and tangible news: Michael Mukasey is said to be "conscious, conversant and alert" after the attorney general collapsed while giving a speech last night to the Federalist Society at the Marriott Wardman Park.
(If you haven't yet seen the incident, turn on any news network, all of which are morbidly showing the video clip over and over again. Did you know, before last night, the name of the current deputy attorney general? It's Mark Filip.)
Congress broke session Thursday without agreeing on a bailout for the auto industry, though leaders left open the possibility that they could still return and strike a deal in December. And more bad news for Michigan: Henry Waxman stunned Congress by ousting John Dingell from the Energy and Commerce chairmanship -- though what's bad for Michigan will be good for the Obama administration's agenda.
And now, back to Hillarywatch.
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