The couple that crashed President Obama's first White House dinner are reportedly in the running to be one of the couples on the Bravo reality show, 'The Real Housewives of Washington.' For more on this, we're joined by Brian Stelter.
Jeff Young visits an energy-efficient, solar powered house in Maine. Its owner uses technology he calls "state of the shelf," rather than state of the art. The goal is a green house that's as economically affordable as it is environmentally sustainable.
For The Takeaway's weekly wrap-up we talk about two stories that dominated the headlines all week?health care and beer. Here to analyze the week's events is The Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich and media analyst Callie Crossley.
Joining The Takeaway to discuss the summer recess?and all things political?is Bill Maher, host of HBO's ?Real Time.' He talks about the president's beer summit, health care, and whether Joe Biden can be kept under control.
Vice President Biden is in Georgia, a former Soviet republic that is at war with Russia. Although the U.S. supports Georgia, it is unclear whether that includes selling weapons to the nation. The Takeaway is joined by BBC Russia anaylst Steven Eke.
In March, Vice President Biden announced that St. Cloud, Minnesota would be receiving an influx of stimulus money. The Takeaway is joined by Minnesota Public Radio reporter Ambar Espinoza and The Takeaway's Political Director Andrea Bernstein.
Vice President Joe Biden travels to Lebanon today to meet with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman in Beirut. The meeting is a show of U.S. support for a leader facing tough elections in two weeks. Why is Washington so concerned about this Lebanese vote?
Instead of spending his Earth day out in the wilderness, Vice President Joe Biden held an event at a bus depot in Maryland. The event marks the second time in one week that the Obama administration brought transit policy to the fore.
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