Good morning Washington.
Williams” won 2006 in all categories, “marking the broadcast’s tenth straight year as the top-rated network evening newscast.” “Nightly News” also placed first in total viewers in the fourth quarter of ’06 and was the number one rated evening newscast the week of December 26-29, 5% more than ABC’s “World News” and 28% more than CBS’s “Evening News”.
Do college students like having fun? Well, DO THEY!? Sounds like a job for Laura Sessions Stepp! Pull-quote highlight:
“[Professor Frederic D.] Homer and graduate assistant Rodney Wambeam wanted to know what students meant when they said they were in college to have fun. They wanted to know why students rarely included classwork in that definition. What they heard surprised them.”
That means if Stepp, herself, was surprised, it could potentially bring the total number of persons in the known universe who are surprised by the information imparted in this article to three whole people. This is, we believe, a personal best for Stepp.
From the release:
- Members of the House are sworn-in;
- Speaker-designate Pelosi is elected as Speaker of the House;
- Watch the House members debate the rules package.
8 p.m. – 11 p.m. Tonight in Washington: Live, studio production recapping the day’s events with an in-studio host, guests and viewer calls.
9 a.m. to TBD–Gavel-to-gavel coverage of the U.S. Senate
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Tune-in to C-SPAN tomorrow to watch history in the making when the first day of the 110th Congress gets underway, with the Democrats in power for the first time in 12 years. C-SPAN’s uninterrupted, live coverage will include the election of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to serve as the first female Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. C-SPAN’s on-air coverage will be simulcast on
c-span.org and on C-SPAN Radio.
Turn to C-SPAN for complete, live coverage of related events and press conferences on and off Capitol Hill, gavel-to-gavel coverage of the House and Senate, and listen to viewer calls and guests for reaction to the historic events.
Following is an outline of tomorrowâ€™s events:
7 a.m. – Noon– Modified “Washington Journal” and live event coverage all morning with studio host, guests and viewer calls.
Noon to TBD — Gavel-to-gavel coverage of the U.S. House of Representatives. Major highlights include:
- Awkward Interactions at Heritage Foundation's Launch of The Daily Signal
- Mice Close Washington Post Cafeteria
- Is Ed Henry the Reason for Mice Problem in White House Press Room?
- MoJo Smacks Down Examiner Writer 'Investigating' Michael Hastings' Death