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On Earth Day, Obama Urges Congress to Pass Energy Legislation New York Times | Is it Earth Day? We thought it was Talk About Interrogation Policies Day.
Pelosi Knew About Harman Wiretap Roll Call | Pelosi says she knew at the time that Harman was wiretapped, but didn't -- and couldn't -- tell her about it.
Dozens of Prisoners Held by CIA Still Missing, Fates Unknown ProPublica | Obama released interrogation memos, but will it release information on "ghost" detainees?
When Hope is the Enemy of Change FiveThirtyEight | Nate Silver says "the environment is having a rough go of things in the polls."
Team Coleman Asks For Longer Timeline On Appeal Than Franken Wants TPMDC | Coleman calls for schedule that would have the two sides filing briefs through mid-May.
In Adopting Harsh Tactics, No Inquiry Into Their Past Use New York Times | A useful look at what Bush officials did -- and didn't do -- before using interrogation tactics.
Harman 'Outraged' by Wiretap Reports; Denies Wrongdoing Los Angeles Times | Harman mounts an impassioned defense. But did the specific phone conversation happen, or not?
Financial Firms Lobby to Cut Cost of TARP Exit Wall Street Journal | Is anyone sympathetic to the banking industry at this point?
Clinton Making no Waves as Top Diplomat Associated Press | Clinton has been a team player so far, and hasn't been prominent in public.
GOP Grapples With Climate Confusion Politico | Republicans are all over the map on whether warming exists, and what to do about it.

By Ben Pershing  |  April 22, 2009; 5:07 PM ET
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