Thursday Nov 21
Cocaine Congressman: Will he stay or will he go?
"I believe that members of Congress should be held to the highest ethical standard," Boehner told reporters Thursday.
Thursday Nov 21
Fla. Republicans Ponder What's Next after Radel Coke Bust
As Rep. Trey Radel was pleading guilty to cocaine possession in a Washington courtroom Wednesday, Republicans back in his Florida district were discussing how to respond to whatever comes next, including the possibility the seat could become vacant if the congressman resigns.
Christian Science Monitor
Rep. Trey Radel admits buying cocaine. Will Congress toss him out?
This photo taken with a cellphone shows Rep. Henry 'Trey' Radel of Florida leaving court in Washington Wednesday after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of cocaine possession.
Boehner holds fire on cocaine controversy
John Boehner has made swiftly dealing with bad behavior a signature of his leadership, at times working behind the scenes to orchestrate an exit or levy a punishment on lawmakers caught in ethical or legal mishaps.
Hawaii governor signs gay marriage bill into law
Hawaii's governor signed into law on Wednesday a bill extending marriage rights to same-sex couples, capping 20 years of legal and political rancor in a state regarded as a pioneer in advancing the cause of gay matrimony.
Crowd-Sourcing Homeland Security Oversight
Ross Reynolds interviewed Brooke Gladstone, host and managing editor of WNYC's On The Media , about a new project that is using listeners to take on a very big task: holding the Department of Homeland Security accountable for its policies and practices.
Hudson Horror Show 8
New York's Hudson Valley's horror and exploitation film festival, Hudson Horror Show is this Saturday night, November 16 at Silver Cinemas South Hills 8 in Poughkeepsie, NY.