On the Radar: April 16, 2010
"C.I.A. Document Details Destruction of Tapes"
By Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times
Porter J. Goss, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, in 2005 approved of the decision by one of his top aides to destroy dozens of videotapes documenting the brutal interrogation of two detainees, according to an internal C.I.A. document released Thursday. Continue reading
"Obama orders most hospitals to grant gays visitation rights"
By Christi Parsons and Kathleen Hennessey, Los Angeles Times
Same-sex partners must get the same privileges granted heterosexual couples in hospitals that get Medicare or Medicaid funds, he says in a memo. Continue reading
"Eight Republicans who may break ranks on bank bill"
By Eamon Javers, POLITICO
The Republican rhetoric sounded tough on financial regulatory reform early this week. “Shame on the president,” said Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.), who complained that President Barack Obama was derailing bipartisan negotiations on Wall Street reform for short-term political gain. Continue reading
"How Bosses Stay in Charge"
By David Wessel, The Wall Street Journal
Groucho Marx once said that: “No man goes before his time, unless the boss leaves early.” It’s an age-old economic conundrum, says MIT lecturer Robert Akerlof: How can companies ensure employees are working hard even when the boss isn’t around? Continue reading
"Online Tax Revolt's Mission For Tax Day"
By John Dickerson, CBS News
Online Tax Day's Ken Hoagland, also a featured speaker at Thursday's Tax Day Rally spoke with John Dickerson about his group's mission for getting Washington to listen. Watch the video
Posted: Fri, 04/16/2010 - 10:44am