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Today's programming highlights...
10:00 am ET - Bernanke talks economic outlook - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies before the Joint Economic Committee on America's economic outlook.
11:45 am ET - Conrad Murray trial - Testimony continues in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, who's accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
12:00 pm ET - A talk with Warren Buffett - Investor Warren Buffett discusses the economy and tax reform at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit in California.
3:00 pm ET - Mitt Romney speaks to seniors - GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney holds a town hall-style meeting at The Villages, a retirement community in Florida.
Time TBA - Apple announcement - Apple holds an event at its headquarters in Cupertino, California. The company is expected to announce its latest iPhone.
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Nancy G.....Murray undercharged? The system says involuntary manslaughter. Just because your little Jackson gossip blog column isn't getting any hits, you interpret that has womanslaughter. OK, push it to murder 1, with a sentence of public injection of Propfanol and public stoning till he's dead. Your results "WILL BE THE SAME...NO HITS". :D
Dr.Conrad Murray will be free by next week, right along with a rate hike in your health insurance premiums. Enjoy. :x
We need an audit of the countries finances.
Muray will be found guilty, but 4 years is a slap on the wrist.
Warren Buffet is right about reform for the wealthy. Leave the middle class reform alone til 2020.
Mitt Romney is the strongest candidate the republicans have.
Steve Jobs needs to go to one of the cancer centers and see if they can help him. They do specialized chemo that other regular hospitals are not doing. I wonder- why?
well if romney is the strongest they have they are doomed! course they are doomed anyway just for their romper room antics for the past 3 years!
Very nice. Thanks for the schedule and update. Keep it up.
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