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40 years ago, “60 Minutes” debuted. 17 years ago, Nirvana’s “Nevermind” came out. Joseph Kennedy II is 56. None of you got our photo from yesterday (psst: It was Ralph’s). Today is the birthday of Ericka Andersen, Moe Tkacik and Erica Klein. Tomorrow: Amber Pfau, Brian Beutler, Angela Valdez. Most of you have not adjusted your finances/investments/savings in the past two weeks. Tuesday was the birthday of Maura O’Brien.
Check out today’s White House Photo of the Day from Time. Today’s “Angry Journalist” rant of the day: “My editors should take responsbility and quit whining when they donâ€™t get their way, because they have no idea how hard it is now and give no direction.”
Today’s FishbowlDC comment of the day (with regards to yesterday’s post on “Roll Call Putting Out Special Friday Issue“: Reader CaptObvi writes, “‘This special Friday edition will be a must-buy for anyone following and influencing Congress,’…i call BS! It’s another boring issue of the boring and pathetic paper that it is.” Keep the FishbowlDC discussion going by dropping your comments here.
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National Archives whose encyclopedic knowledge of World War II
intelligence records and his ability to locate them made him legendary
among students, journalists, authors, and historians, died September 20 at his home. He was 87.”
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