D.C. Ponders Drink Ban, CIA Whistleblower Pleads Guilty, Ben Bernanke May Not Be Back: P.M. Links

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New York City remains a
trendsetter: Now D.C. is considering laws
restricting the sales of sugary drinks.
President Barack Obama’s
war on whistleblowers bears fruit: The former CIA officer who
revealed the name of an interrogator to journalists pleads guilty,
will be sentenced to 30 months in prison.

Bill and Melinda Gates have given $500,000 to support gay
marriage recognition in Washington State and $2 million to support
an initiative allowing the foundation of charter schools.
U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke told friends he

will not likely serve a third term even if Obama wins
re-election.
The head of Italy’s
disaster management agency has resigned in protest over the
country convicting seven colleagues of manslaughter for failing to
predict earthquakes.
The
remnants of Curt Schilling’s bankrupt video game company, which
received millions from Rhode Island in a guaranteed loan, are being
sold off.
Perhaps sensing that there’s really little difference between
President Barack Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s foreign policy plans,

four million voters didn’t wait for last night’s debate before
casting their ballots.

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