Monday, September 14, 2009

Top Stories: 9/14/09

Politico has an exlusive excerpt from a new book about New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg that deals with his stealth 2008 presidential campaign and how it ultimately didn't happen.

It has been a year now since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, but Joseph Stiglitz - a Nobel-winning economist from the Clinton Administration - says that banking problems are now bigger than before.

Tina Fey won an Emmy over the weekend for her impersonations of Sarah Palin on SNL last year.

A new flim about Charles Darwin - which focuses on his personal struggle betweeen faith and science - is unable to find a U.S. distributor because a movie about Darwin is considered "too controversial" for Americans.

Nate Silver at has an interesting take on the size of some of the conservative protests against President Obama this year.

Don't forget, new episodes of the Daily Show and Colbert Report begin tonight. Here is a look at last week's late night comedy without them:

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