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Pence Reaction to bin Laden's Death

WISE Washington, D.C. (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- U.S. Congressman Mike Pence, a Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Vice Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, issued the following statement regarding Osama bin Laden:Full story

Ohio congressman says House hearing into Dayton VA

An Ohio congressman says a House committee will investigate the Dayton VA Medical Center and other veterans' health care issues. Full story

Wash. bills ending tax breaks to get 1st hearing

A Washington state House committee has heard public testimony on several bills to end tax exemptions and funnel the resulting revenues to social services facing significant budget cuts. Full story

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Representative Karen Bass is a member of the Committees on Armed Services and Budget. She joins to go over the latest in Congress on military action in Libya and budget negotiations.

  Ohio House panel OK's measure to limit unions

An Ohio House committee approves a measure to limit the collective bargaining rights of public employees. NBC's John Yang reports.

  Congress to hear dangers of cribs

A congressional committee will get an earful today about a startling number of small children who are suffering crib-related injuries. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.

  Ron Paul to Oversee the Fed?

Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, author of the best-selling book "End the Fed," is making a push to control the House committee that oversees the Fed. Tony Fratto of Hamilton Place Strategies and Greg Valliere of the Potomac Research Group share their reactions...

  BP reports enormous advertising expenditures

In a report to a Congressional committee, BP revealed that the company has spent more than $93 million on advertising in the last three months. The report also pointed out the company has given nearly as much money to badly affected states in order to promote tourism. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

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