Over the last few days, the U.S. moved very quickly from a U.N. resolution authorizing military intervention in Libya to missiles and bombs actually striking the country. Todd Zwillich joins us to discuss.
Earlier this week, Representative Oberstar sat down with Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich for an exit interview. Oberstar talked of days earlier in his career in the House when party members were more easily able to find middle ground.
It's been 11 years and the nation's black farmers have still not received the nearly $1.25 billion settlement they were promised by the Agriculture Department. Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich has been following this story.
Senate Republicans held their caucus together and blocked debate on a bill to re-regulate the financial industry late Monday afternoon. Democrats indicated that they would delay the rest of their agenda to keep bringing the bill back.
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