Recap: Reid says a climate bill will need "broad bipartisan support" if he's going to bring it to the floor; the military acquitted itself well during the McChrystal affair; and it's worth remembering the 2001 airline bailout.
1) Barney Frank's military-spending panel recommends $1 trillion in cuts.
2) Chimpanzees are adorable, and their faces look a bit like ET.
3) I'll be on Rachel Maddow's show at 9 p.m., talking about the tax extenders bill that failed in the Senate today.
Recipe of the day: It's hard to believe you could improve on strawberry-rhubarb pie.
June 24, 2010; 6:29 PM ET
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