Obama Attempts to Sell His Energy Program, Lawmakers Target Planned Parenthood, Trump Used to Oppose Drug War: P.M. Links


  • Trump: It's for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    President Barack Obama started selling his emissions reduction and energy consumption regulatory plan to the public today.

  • Conservative lawmakers have started their efforts to defund Planned Parenthood with a procedural vote tonight that is expected to fail.
  • Today in Trump: Donald Trump used to be in favor of calling off the drug war back in the day. Also: Gawker published his cell phone number.
  • A cop in Memphis was shot to death after apparently interrupting a drug deal. Authorities seek Tremaine Wilbourn, 29, for killing Officer Sean Bolton Armstrong.
  • A monitoring group estimates U.S.-lead airstrikes over Syria have killed more than 450 civilians in the past year.
  • Thousands of cases of Kraft individually wrapped cheese slices have been recalled as a choking hazard. Apparently it is not because of the involuntary gagging reaction caused when one actually tries to consume the disgusting things, if I may reveal a bias.
  • The jury will continue to keep the death penalty on the table as it determines Colorado theater shooter James Holmes' fate.

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