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Posted at 1:30 AM ET, 02/15/2011

Read this: the congressional slumber-party, not so posh; more trouble for Albert Haynesworth

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  • Rather than fritter tax-payer dollars away on frivolities like, say, apartments, at least seven freshman congressmen have opted to sleep in their offices. The Ritz-Carlton it ain't, reports our colleague David A. Fahrenthold. The Washington rookies sleep on air mattresses, shower in the gym, and dine on vending machine fare like the "Big Az Burger."

  • More problems for Albert Haynesworth -- this time police are investigating the Redskins' defensive lineman in connection with an alleged waitress-fondling incident.


  • By The Reliable Source  | February 15, 2011; 1:30 AM ET
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