It has certainly been an interesting week.
Congress has finally passed the Economic Stimulus package and President Obama is expected to sign it into law by this coming Tuesday. Of course once again, the Republicans fought it every step of the way.
Meanwhile, the steroid issue is raging its ugly head once again in Major League Baseball, with Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees admitting that he used them between 2001-2003 while with the Texas Rangers. And court proceedings are moving apace in regards to the case involving Barry Bonds.
And Thursday was the 200th anniversary of both Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin's birthdays while the infamous Ford Theatre where Lincoln was assassinated by actor John Wilkes Booth prepares to reopen after renovations.
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