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1210 Weekly Domestic News Round - NPR Diane Rehm Show

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10/26/2012 Weekly Domestic News roundup - NPR Diane Rehm Show: President Barack Obama suggested he will seek a grand fiscal bargain with Republicans if he’s reelected. Obama told The Des Moines Register this week he would also work to win congressional approval of immigration reform. Mitt Romney’s campaign said he disagrees with Richard Mourdock’s comments on rape, but he hasn't asked that an ad featuring him with the Indiana Senate candidate be withdrawn. New home sales rose to the highest level in two years. The Department of Justice said it will sue Bank of America over allegations it sold defective home loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. And a look at the legacy of George McGovern.


Michael Scherer - White House correspondent for Time magazine.
Karen Tumulty - national political reporter, The Washington Post
Jonathan Allen - congressional reporter, Politico


10/19/2012 Weekly Domestic News roundup - NPR Diane Rehm Show: Both Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney claimed momentum coming out of a spirited second debate. With less than three weeks until Election Day, polls still show a tight race. Consumer confidence rose to a six-month high as a housing recovery begins to ripple through the economy. The White House said President Barack Obama will veto bills to avert the fiscal cliff unless Republicans raise tax rates on the rich. Wall Street urged the president and Congress to address the crisis soon. And Newsweek said it will go digital only after nearly eight decades in print.


Chris Cillizza - author of The Fix, a Washington Post politics blog, managing editor of and author of the book, "The Gospel According to The Fix."
Susan Page - Washington bureau chief for USA Today
Jerry Seib - Washington bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal
10/12/2012 Weekly Domestic News roundup - NPR Diane Rehm Show: Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan debate in Kentucky. The presidential race tightens in swing states. And the Supreme Court hears arguments on affirmative action.


Ron Elving - Washington editor for NPR.
Sheryl Gay Stolberg - Washington correspondent for The New York Times.
Naftali Bendavid - national correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. 
10/05/2012 Weekly Domestic News roundup - NPR Diane Rehm Show: Fallout from the first presidential debate. A first look at September unemployment numbers. And Pennsylvania’s voter ID law is blocked.


Major Garrett - White House correspondent, National Journal
Karen Tumulty - national political reporter, The Washington Post
John King - chief national correspondent, CNN


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